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Free FROZEN Coloring Pages & Book for Download (Printable PDF)

Is your child a fan of Frozen? Do they love to color and express themselves? Do they love to decorate with Frozen or even pretend they are one of the characters? How would you like to use that interest in Frozen to help teach your kids? You can do this for free by choosing the right coloring pages of the entire Frozen cast. Here are the key lessons your child can learn from these simple and fun coloring pages. 

Welcome to our collection of free FROZEN coloring pages. Click the FROZEN pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.

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Is your child a fan of Frozen? Do they love to color and express themselves? Do they love to decorate with Frozen or even pretend they are one of the characters? How would you like to use that interest in Frozen to help teach your kids? You can do this for free by choosing the right coloring pages of the entire Frozen cast. Here are the key lessons your child can learn from these simple and fun coloring pages. 

Muscle Control

Muscle control is vital to how children grow and learn. They need to learn to control their muscles all over their body, but especially in their hands. By learning how to handle smaller crayons and markers, coloring inside the lines, and following the curves of characters on Frozen coloring pages, they can build their muscle control. They can work on not coloring out of the lines, creating light and dark lines with the same color, and enhancing their coloring. 

Hand Strength

Hand strength is important for several key development skills in children. Hand strength through coloring is one of the best ways to work on this. Holding a crayon properly for coloring is only one step. Handling the colors for longer coloring times and coloring within the lines also helps maintain and build hand strength. Try using a variety of coloring tools like Frozen-themed large grip color crayons for Frozen coloring pages. Mix them with traditional-sized markers and crayons to give a variety of gripping sizes for the hands to work with. 

Fine Motor Skills

You may not think of fine motor skills when you think of coloring. Frozen coloring pages can actually help your child with these skills. Picking up different sizes of coloring tools is one way to build fine motor skills. These skills can also be built by coloring large spaces and smaller spaces while still trying to maintain coloring within the lines. 

Nurturing Creativity

Creativity is one of the most important aspects of growth and development. By creating through coloring, your child can begin learning the skills it takes to handle all aspects of language development later in school. It also helps increase their creativity in art classes and see how to develop a picture and colors. They can also use their creativity to determine what colors to use and how different colors will create a different-looking Frozen character. 

Color Wheel

The color wheel is something children learn in school. You can enforce this lesson of color and art using Frozen coloring pages. One of the primary colors on the color wheel is blue. Blue is also the primary color in Frozen. By mixing blue with different colors you can create a deeper blue, lighter blue, or a different secondary color. This can all be learned through the main characters of the movie. You can also make a game of it by having your child use blue as a base and coloring a light red over it to create purple. Seeing the colors come together to form the new color will stick with most children more than just seeing a color wheel and being told what it does. 

Handwriting Grip

Having a solid grip on crayons, markers, and jumbo crayons can benefit your child’s handwriting. For handwriting, in print or cursive, your child needs a good grip. This grip helps with the lightness or darkness of the letters and with forming the letters properly. With a variety of coloring tools and coloring pages, your child can work on and develop their grip.