The Disney Frozen movie is by far still one of the most popular kids’ films, which is why you can’t go wrong with Frozen coloring pages printables. Aside from watching the movie (over and over), little kids love printable pictures to color.
Not to mention, this is the perfect way to give them a break from screen time and do something fun. At the bottom of this article is a FREE 21-page printable Frozen coloring book- and I’ve also included roundup of some of the best places to find even more free Frozen coloring sheets, plus what to do with your kids’ finished artwork.
Who are the Frozen characters?
Everyone has their favorite characters from the movie, and rightfully so. There are also many worth mentioning, but the top four are Princess Anna, her sister Elsa, Olaf the snowman, and Kristoff (and Sven).
Many others show up throughout the movie, such as Hans, Queen Iduna, Duke, Oaken, and Bulda. Filled with magical powers and an epic journey, this movie highlights loyalty, honesty, and overcoming many obstacles.
In a nutshell, the Arendelle Kingdom was plunged into a freezing cold storm by Elsa’s sister, Anna, the Snow Queen. On her adventures toward finding her sister, she runs into her new friend Kristoff and Olaf. Together, they push through all the journey throws at them to break Anna’s icy spell.
It’s no wonder children enjoy this animated film! Keep the adventures going with these printable Frozen coloring pages.
Ideas for Frozen Coloring Pages Printables
As I mentioned earlier, there are many things you can do with coloring pages once they have been completely colored. Most kids may cringe at the thought of throwing away their artwork, so instead of tossing it, consider some of these unique ideas:
- Create a collage or mural to hang on their bedroom wall.
- Frame some of the best ones and use them for room decor.
- Gift the coloring pages to other family members or friends for special occasions.
- Make artwork with them, similar to origami.
- Keep them in a scrapbook.
- Use them to decorate a Frozen-themed birthday party.
- They can be turned into magnets for the refrigerator.
Frozen Coloring Page Printables
These Disney’s Frozen free printable coloring pages and printable activities will keep your little one busy for hours. Be prepared to keep them by putting the completed ones in a keepsake notebook or binder.
There are also other things you can do with coloring pages, which I’ll highlight at the end of this post. But for now, have your kids grab their favorite crayons so they can get ready to color their favorite Frozen characters and scenes from the movie.
The Frozen coloring pages for kids found on this page are plenty, and they are free. From individual characters to scenes from the movie, your kids will have fun coloring them while remembering their favorite parts of the movie.
There are quite a few ads on this page; however, you can easily print the pictures without having to do any extra downloading.
Super Coloring offers 12 coloring pages of Disney’s Frozen. They are all of the individual characters and not of any scenes from the movie.
So, if you’re looking for a simple character coloring page, this is the website to grab it from. They are also labeled with the characters’ names. To print, simply click on the image of your choice and click “Print It.”
This website has a bit more choices to choose from, including pictures that could be colored during specific holidays and occasions. For example, there is a Halloween-inspired coloring page along with a Happy Birthday-themed one.
If your child has a friend who also likes the movie, he/she could color this special page just for them. If you choose to print directly from the website, an ad will be ad the bottom. To bypass that, download the image to your computer, open it, then print.
As the title eludes, Coloring Book Info is a great resource for helping your child create their very own Frozen coloring book. They have Anna coloring pages, the enchanted forest, and more.
This is another site that will print ads at the bottom of the page if you choose to print them directly. However, you can easily right-click and save the image to your computer and print from another program to bypass that. You may also have to resize if the image stretches across two pages.
Coloring Home has always been a reliable source for good coloring pages and they do not disappoint when it comes to Frozen. I also like how they mark the popular pages downloaded by visitors the most.
Printing directly from the site can come with a few size issues, but you also have the option to download the images. There are about 30 designs to choose from.
BCPFK has many printables to choose from and they offer images and scenes not seen anywhere else. These images do not print with ads; however, they do not fit a full page so you may want to adjust the printer size setting before making copies.
Final Thoughts on Frozen Coloring Pages Printables
Not only are these printable pages fun for your kids to color, but they are also a great way to work on valuable skills without your kids even knowing it. By giving your kids coloring pages, you are helping them work on their creativity, develop focus, attention to detail, fine/gross motor skills, and color recognition. If you’re on the search for some amazing Frozen printable coloring pages, start with the suggestions mentioned above and you’ll be all set!