My youngest daughter is twelve years old. She has her own sense of style, and that is reflected in her room decor. She is passionate about animals. Therefore, her walls are decorated with posters featuring dogs of all shapes and sizes.
In addition to dogs, however, she loves to decorate her room with inspirational quotes. She’s had a tough year with some injuries and illnesses that have rocked our year. At times, she’s been discouraged and disappointed and just plain bored.
Throughout the year, she has spent time scouring the web (with my supervision, of course) for inspirational quotes that she can decorate her room with. She prints them out, colors them, and hangs them up to be inspired by. She has them on her bedroom door, her walls, and even on her magnet board in our homeschool room.
Inspirational Coloring Pages for Kids
Sometimes, she likes to color more intricate designs. Other times, she likes to keep it simple. The coloring pages listed below are a blend of both. There is sure to be something on the list below for kids and tweens and adults alike!
This coloring page from Beauty That Moves is a great reminder that everything will be okay.
If you can be anything be kind is a great message from By Dawn Nicole.
We have this Psalm 46:1 coloring page from What Mommy Does hanging in our homeschool room.
On tough days it’s nice to see this reminder to be kind to yourself from Karisse Joy.
Doodle Art Alley has a eight different printable quotes to print out and color.
I love this message from Craftsy.com that your dream does not have an expiration date. Dream big, and don’t quit!
By Dawn Nicole created a fun printable with a great quote from The Lorax.
John 34:14 graces this printable from LDS Lane.
Kristen Duke Photography shares some kid quote coloring pages.
With Dr. Seuss’s birthday coming up, these inspirational Dr. Seuss quotes are perfect!
Do your kids like to color these types of pages? Which ones will you print out and color first?
Tara is wife to Matt and homeschool momma of three. Her children are 21, 16, and 11 – two boys and one girl. She is currently homeschooling her daughter – 6th grade. When she’s not blogging, Tara enjoys crocheting and snuggling up with a good book. She and her family recently moved from Texas to Ohio, and they’re having fun exploring their new surroundings. She blogs about homeschooling, motherhood, and family life on both of her blogs – Homeschool Preschool and Teaching with Children's Books.