Heading into 2018, we’re going to be working on other projects and take a break from the coloring pages – well, Rachel is and it looks like Sophie and Sadie are checking out what she’s working on next! There are almost 6 years of coloring pages, so you can keep yourself busy going through the archives. They’ll also be posted regularly on Facebook, so follow us on Facebook by clicking here. Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, […]
Tag Archives: winter
Some people like to feed the birds in the winter so they can enjoy seeing them up close. Other people think that it’s better for the birds to find their own food! What kind of birds and how many come to eat all depends on what kind of seeds you put in the feeder. There are birds that like to eat from bird feeders and birds that like to eat what they find on the ground. One of the tricky things […]
Looks like Sophie is working hard – it also looks like Sadie is about to be naughty! Did you know that snow is not white!? It doesn’t have any color – but as the rays of the sun’s light go through the clear snow it makes it look white. But if the snow is deep enough, the light going through the snow can look blue! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and […]
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 […]
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 […]
It’s almost January and that means it’s time for fireworks! Different countries and different cultures have different New Years that they celebrate at different times of the year. Here in the United States, just about everyone calls January 1 New Years Day and gets new calendars – and there are lots of fireworks! It was actually Julius Caesar in 45 B.C.E. that decided the calendar officially started on January 1 – although the Romans had been celebrating that day since […]
Some of our friends have lots of snowflakes piled outside – and other friends are in shorts and t-shirts at the beach! Either way, it’s fun to draw snowflakes. Every snowflake is different, so you can’t go wrong! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
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!