Now it’s time for more fun with free printable doll coloring pages. Kids of all ages can improve their color recognition, fine motor skills and spark their imagination.
Welcome to our collection of free DOLL coloring pages. Click the Doll pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Doll coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
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Doll Coloring Book (Free Download & Printable)
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Fun Facts About Dolls for Smart Kids
Hey there! I know that you’ve got a doll or have seen one. I’ve got incredible fun facts about dolls. Let’s dive in.
- Mr. Potato Head was the first toy to appear on television as an advert.
- Did you know that some dolls can change their eyes’ color? The dolls are called Blythe dolls. The color of the eyes changes when you pull a string.
- The Matryoshka set has the largest number of dolls. The collection has 72.
- Who made Mr. Potato Head and why? It was George Lerner. He made the doll to cheer his younger sister.
- The first time Mr. Potato appeared on T.V., his head was a real potato.
- Which doll do people in the world buy the most? Barbie.
- How many sisters does Barbie have, and what are their names? Three. Chelsea, Stacie, and Skipper. What’s the name of your doll?
- I know that these days, guys & gals don’t like wearing suits. But Barbie wore a black-and-white striped swimsuit when she went on sale for the first sale.
- How much do you think the first Barbie doll cost? $1. $2. $3. The third price is correct. Someone bought it at that price in 1959.
- Around 200 BC, people saw the first doll.
- Where do you think the name Teddy Bear comes from? The President of the U.S., Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., inspired the name Teddy Bear.
- Hundreds of dolls are toys. And that’s the reason you might have one at home. But other dolls fetch a huge price because some people see them as collector items.
- Barbara is one of those old names for gals. The full name of Barbie is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
- The “Adventure of Two Dutch Dolls and a Golliwogg,” a children’s book by Florence Kate, inspired the creation of the Golliwogg doll. Have you ever seen this doll?
- The creator of Barbie named Barbie and Ken after their two children: Barbara and Kenneth.
- How long do you think Blythe dolls were sold for? Ony for one year. However, they came back 27 years later and became popular.
- L’Oiseler (the Bird Trainer) is the priciest doll. It’s $6.25million.
- In Japan, traditional dolls go as far as 2000BC.
- Many people mistake Reborn dolls for real-life children.
- About 300BC, archaeologists found the first Roman rag doll.
- The current European dolls looked like adults when their creators first made them.
- Did you know that there are places that repair dolls? They’re called “doll hospitals.” The oldest is in Portugal, in Lisbon. It’s been there since 1830.
- Are you afraid of dolls? If so, you’ve got “pedophobia.”
- At first, European dolls’ eyes were brown. But later, Queen Victoria inspired the change from brown to blue eyes in the Victorian period.
Free Printable Doll Coloring Pages
The free printable coloring pages are for preschoolers and toddlers. Adults can work with their children on each lol doll coloring page.
For each coloring worksheet, kids need crayons and colored pencils to produce brilliant illustrations.
Children can download each doll coloring page without hassles. It can hone their creativity. Also, the free printable coloring pages offer the young ones plenty of fun-filled games.
The kids will color a lol surprise doll, a paper doll, clothes, and toys.