We have a great selection of cat coloring pages for the cat lover in your house. The cat coloring pages below will not only help with improving motor skills, creativity, and color awareness, but can create great conversations about cats.
We also have a wide variety of different themed coloring pages, for all the other things your cat lover is interested in. From the alphabet to fairies, we've got coloring pages to keep your child coloring and having fun through quite a few boxes of crayons. Check out our Free Coloring Pages section for more pages. Enjoy!
Instructions for Printing These Coloring Pages
Once you find the cat coloring page you're looking for:
1) Select Print on your browser for the cat page you want for your child. Select the full page option.
2) When you have completed printing the cat coloring pages you want, close the window.
3) Bookmark this site, as we are always adding new coloring pages.
Benefits of Coloring for Your Children
Coloring is a great activity for your children. If they're interested in doing it on their own, great! If not, try to find some images that they'll be interested in and encourage them to try coloring. Never force your child to color; they should see it as a fun activity, not a chore! Let's take a look at some of the benefits coloring can give to your child:
Trains their fine motor skills. Children need to have good fine motor skills to succeed in life and school. Fine motor skills are necessary for writing, drawing, and typing, among other skills. By coloring, your child will develop these critical skills. They'll gain practice handling small objects and making small, accurate marks.
They'll gain patience and concentration. Coloring requires a child to focus on a specific task for a long stretch of time. This requires patience and concentration. Both of these skills are critical to your child's success in school. Once they go to school, they'll have to sit still for extended periods of time and focus on tasks. By having them color, you're helping them prepare for these times.
They'll learn colors. Learning colors is an important milestone on your child's journey to success in life. By coloring different drawings, they'll learn about all sorts of different colors. Teach them basic colors, like blue, red, yellow, and orange, first. Then, move on to other colors. Grab a box of 96 Crayola crayons, and use that to teach your child. If they can learn all of those colors, they'll be in a great position to start school!
They'll have fun. Fun is important for your kids! Learning new skills and developing existing ones is great and all, but it's important for your kids to be kids. Coloring is a fun activity for any kid, especially if they get to color images that they're interested in. The bonus is that they'll develop skills and learn new ones while having a blast.