Remembering A Life Coloring Pages
Relaxation can be as easy as pulling out a box of crayons or colored pencils and starting to color! Free downloadable coloring sheets make it easy to get started.
A resource by Remembering A Life
Looking for a simple and fun way to relax, and lower stress and anxiety? Look no further than a box of crayons or colored pencils. Whether you have fond memories of coloring as a child or you’re still a novice, coloring as an adult can have very therapeutic properties.
Coloring may help you:
- Experience relief by entering a meditative state
- Lower stress and anxiety levels
- Let go of negative thoughts and welcome positive ones
- Focus on the moment to achieve mindfulness
- Promote creation over consumption by unplugging from technology
The best part? You don’t have to be an artist to do it!
It’s easy to get started.
Simply download the Remembering A Life coloring sheets, print them, and start to color! Whether you prefer colored pencils or markers or want to revisit your youth and open a fresh box of crayons, it’s easy to create a masterpiece! (And, despite what you may have heard, it’s perfectly acceptable to color outside the lines!)
How will you use Remembering A Life coloring pages?
- Post your finished creation somewhere where you will be able to enjoy it often
- Send a completed page to a family member or friend who is isolated or is grieving the death of a loved one
- Make it a family activity, with each person choosing a page to color
- Send printouts of the pages and a box of colored pencils to a friend or family member who could use a little stress relief
- Send one or more colored pages to essential workers at hospitals, police stations, grocery stores, pharmacies, etc. to brighten their days and let them know they are appreciated
- Post a photo of your masterpiece on social media using #RememberingALife and tag someone you’re thinking of or share a story about a loved one who has died.
To learn more about coloring, visit the Remembering A Life Blog: Coloring for Relaxation - It's Not Just for Kids by Elizabeth Lewis.