With over 750 pictures to choose from, The Trip Clip can keep your young artist busy for a long time! What makes it even better than a traditional coloring book is that you can choose the exact pictures you want to include in your coloring book based your child’s age and interests.
Choose a Theme
The pictures on The Trip Clip website are sorted by type, so you can choose animals, sports, vehicles, people, holidays, or whatever interests your kids. Here is a full list of the themes you can choose from:
- July 4th
- Valentine’s Day
Within each theme, you can look through the images available to choose more complicated pictures for older kids, or less complicated ones for younger kids:
Automatically Generate a Coloring Book
Once you’ve chosen a theme (or you can choose from all the themes at once), you can handpick your images, or you can click a button to ask the website to randomly choose images for you. The steps do this are very straightforward:
- Go to the Coloring Book Activity
- Click Print Coloring Book above the preview area on the right side of the screen
- Use the first dropdown box to choose your theme (or All to make a book using all 750+ images)
- Use the second dropdown box to specify how many pages you want in your coloring book
- Click Add To Print Queue
- Click Print
Your coloring pages will be printed 2 to a page, perfect for a small, kid-sized clipboard so your kids can take their coloring anywhere they go. It’s a great way to keep them entertained on trips, at restaurants, at the doctor’s office, or anywhere you go.
I offer the two pictures below for you to download and print for free right now. Click on either image to get to a printable page:
If you want to be able to print any of the 750 coloring pictures available on The Trip Clip website, purchase the Coloring activity.
Ready-To-Print Coloring Books
I’ve also done the work to create a few coloring themed coloring books that you can purchase on Teachers Pay Teachers. Click on either coloring book to get to the Teachers Pay Teachers purchase page:
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