Free Children’s Unicorn Coloring Book Pages for Kids
Children’s unicorn book series, Unicorn Jazz, has some coloring book pages for children, teachers, librarians and more! To get your free unicorn coloring book pages, read below. To PURCHASE coloring books, go to: Amazon.com/unicornjazz
Coloring and drawing help children improve their fine motor skills which is so necessary as they grow up. It can also train your brain to focus.
You can purchase any of the children’s unicorn book series – Unicorn Jazz Coloring Book Series, here.
Librarians or teachers can request free downloadable pages by contacting us here.
Coloring pages can help children learn about creativity, art, patterns, shapes, lines, context, colors and hues, illustration forms, and consistency. The finished product resulting from coloring pages can increase a child’s self esteem and open their mind to a whole new world of art.
A simple act, such as coloring, takes your attention away from yourself and onto the present-moment event. “In this way, it is very much like a meditative exercise,” Dr. Bea says. It relaxes the brain. When thoughts are focused on a simple activity, your brain tends to relax.’
Coloring books and coloring pages are so popular that it is becoming trendy for adults to color.
For original unicorn themed coloring books in the children’s book series of Unicorn Jazz, shop here.
Here are some freebie coloring book pages in the meantime. Click on the Link(s) below to download for free! If you love your drawing, please share and tag us on your social media: #UnicornJazz
Coloring is important in early childhood education:
- Helps develop hand strength for kids
- Pencil or pen grip – sometimes a crayon is naturally a first writing instrument your child will hold.
- Creativity can be absorbed with colors, shapes, ideas, imagined stories and more!
- Choices through self-expression
- Fine motor skills will be developed by using their fingers and coordination with other daily activities such as cooking, sewing, typing, using tools, etc.
- Focus – this is important for early childhood and for adults