Category Archives: park

Hot Springs National Park


Some water springs come from melting snow coming down from the mountains. Those are usually cold. And then there are springs where the water comes up from deep inside the earth – and those are usually hot! In Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas the water comes out of the earth at 143 degrees Fahrenheit or 62 degrees Celsius. That means Sophie had better be really careful about sticking her toes in! Native American tribes had been going to the […]

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Computer


I have a feeling Sophie and Sadie are hatching a plan and doing some research on the computer. There really isn’t much to say about computers, other then we’re glad they exist so we can be in touch with you! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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Dandelions


It’s spring! Dandelions are such a fun happy sign of spring. Not so long ago, people used to want dandelions to grow in their yards! They are useful as food, medicine, and dye for coloring. The name comes from the French and means ‘teeth of the lion’ because the leaves are jagged like a lion’s teeth! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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Melting Snowman


There comes a time in every snowman’s life that they must melt…but it’s sometimes sad just the same! It’s sweet that Sadie is trying to prom the snowman back up! Actually the biggest snowman that has ever been built was actually a snowwoman! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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Snowman


We’ve got a lot of snow outside and Sophie and Sadie decided it was time to make a snowman! Not everyone likes snow – in fact there are some cities that have festivals every year where they blow up a snowman – hoping it will make the warm weather of spring come faster! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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Sledding!


Sleds have been around for a long time! The Inuit people (we used to call them Eskimos but they prefer Inuit) made sleds out of whale bones – but mostly sleds are made out of wood or metal or plastic. Of course, you can sled down a snowy hill on top of just about anything flat, like a big piece of cardboard or a cookie tray! The sled Sophie and Sadie are on looks like it’s plastic to me! Click […]

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Icicles!


Most of the time we see icicles on houses – but they are so beautiful when they grow on trees! And they are fun to touch and hold, but you have to be careful because they can be very heavy! Icicles grow when it’s freezing cold and sunny. The sunlight melts the ice and snow – and it starts to drip. But then the freezing cold air makes it turn into ice again. Every drip that turns to ice adds […]

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Raking leaves


Such a beautiful and fun time of year! All of the beautiful colors and the crunch sounds when you walk through the leaves. And, of course, jumping in leaf piles! Did you know that the color that we see in the fall is actually the true color of the leaf? The summer sun mixes with something called chlorophyll in the leaves that makes the leaf green – but when the sun isn’t as strong and we move towards Fall, the […]

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Apple picking


One of the fun things to do where we live in the Fall is to go apple picking – and apple tasting! There are so many different kinds of apples in the world that if you tasted a different kind every day it would take you 20 years to taste them all! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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Acorns harvest!


It’s that time of year with the squirrels running around gathering up acorns for the winter. Squirrels, woodpeckers, and deer eat acorns – and people can too! But not straight off the oak tree…unless you want a tummy ache. People have to either cook the acorns or soak them in water for a long time to make them safe to eat. Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!

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