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Are you looking for some coloring sheets to keep your child busy during the holidays? Do you want to acquaint your child with his faith, traditions, and cultures in a fun way? Then why don’t you give him our collection of holiday coloring sheets?
Holiday coloring sheets are fun ways to keep the little ones busy while you are busy preparing for the feast. These coloring sheets will also keep the festive spirit alive in your kid. We have coloring sheets of all the major holidays celebrated in the world. Have a look below!
1. Valentine’s Day:
Valentine’s Day is a traditional holiday all over the world. People express their heartfelt love and affection to their beloved through greeting cards, stuffed toys, chocolates, and flowers. Children aren’t far behind. They make greeting cards for parents, friends, and teachers. A Valentine’s Day coloring sheet is a great way to teach your child about the meaning of love and friendship.
Christmas is special for kids. It is a date to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. People celebrate it every year on 25 December. Jesus Christ was not born exactly on the 25th of December. The Christian popes chose the date to coincide with the pagan Roman celebrations to honor Saturnus. Decorating the Christmas tree is a fun Christmas activity for children, besides the coloring activity of course.
3. Earth Day:
Earth Day is an important day for everyone of us, not just children. It is a day to reflect on our planet and the environment, and focus on how we can keep it healthy. Children have the utmost responsibility to keep the world safe and healthy. Our Earth Day coloring sheet will inculcate a sense of responsibility and awareness in children. They will try to their level best to keep the Earth clean.
4. St. Patrick’s Day:
St. Patrick’s Day is an annual celebration to mark the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It is the national holiday of Ireland, but many other countries also observe it, including the United States. Shamrocks, clovers, rainbows, and leprechauns are the common symbols associated with St. Patrick’s Day.
Easter is the celebration of Jesus rising from the dead after His crucifixion. Some people also call Easter Good Friday. It is one of the most sacred of all the Christian holidays. Eggs, bunnies, crosses, and lambs are some of the common symbols of Easter. Egg hunting is a favorite activity of children during Easter.
Thanksgiving is a national holiday in Canada and the United States. We celebrate Thanksgiving to thank the almighty for blessing people with plenty of harvest. People observe Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of every year in the United States and second Monday of October in Canada. It also celebrates the healthy relationships that Native Americans and Pilgrims shared with each other.
Halloween is significant to children. They love everything about children be its dressing in colorful costumes or knocking the neighbors’ door shouting ‘Trick or Treat!’ Halloween-based coloring sheets are spooky and fun. Your children will enjoy coloring these sheets.
8. Fourth Of July:
The Fourth of July marks Independence Day in the United States of America. On this day, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence. Children spend the Fourth of July by playing basketball, firing crackers, going to beach parties, and enjoying hot dogs.
9. Mother’s Day:
Mother’s Day occurs on the second Sunday of May. It is a day to honor mommies, grandmothers and their contribution to the society. Mothers love nothing more than receiving handmade presents from their kids on Mother’s Day. A beautifully painted Mother’s Day coloring sheet will also make an excellent gift for mommies.
10. Father’s Day:
Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fatherhood and the paternal bond. Many countries celebrate Father’s Day on the 3rd Sunday of June. The United States inaugurated the Father’s Day in the 20th century to complement the Mother’s Day. Children celebrate Father’s Day by giving out cards, gifts and spending some quality time with their daddies. They are always on their best behavior on the Father’s Day.
Eid-ul-Fitr, also known as Eid, is an important Muslim holiday. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting. The celebrations of Eid go on for three days. Children celebrate the holiday by visiting the relatives, wearing new clothes, and receiving gifts. Our collection of Eid coloring sheets captures the beauty of the festival perfectly.
Diwali is the Indian festival of lights. It celebrates the Hindu New Year. Diwali is an official holiday in India, Suriname, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Fiji, Sri Lanka, and many other countries. The festival honors Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of prosperity and wealth.
Hanukkah is the Jewish Festival of Lights that lasts for eight days. It usually occurs in late November and December. Jewish people celebrate Hanukkah to commemorate the “Miracle of the Oil”. They celebrate the day by placing eight candles in a Menorah and lighting one candle every evening of the celebration.
14. New Year:
Everyone loves to celebrate the commencement of the New Year, and kids are no exception. They spend the New Year’s Eve preparing greeting cards to send to their near and dear ones. Print out our collection of New Year coloring sheets to help your children make some beautiful greeting cards.
15. Labor Day:
The Labor’s Day marks the victory for laborers everywhere in the world. The holiday celebrates the economic and social achievement of the workers. Labor Day coloring sheets will help children appreciate the hard work of the laborers.
There is a plethora of uses for these coloring sheets. You can also use these coloring sheets to prepare greeting cards or as decorations for the house. Alternatively, you can also use them as place mats. Which one of these is your kid’s favorite holiday? How does your child spend time on his favorite holiday? Tell us below. Read More >>