Looking for an indoor activity that doesn’t involve screen time? These companies have you covered with free coloring pages for kids and adults who still have fun. Break out the crayons and pencils, print these out, and get ready to add some color to your life.

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Trader Joe’s has quirky Color the Day Away pages for free download.


While you might know them more for pickle popcorn and organic hummus, Trader Joe’s is encouraging creativity at home with some unique coloring book pages. These quirky coloring book pages might be aimed at children, but adults will appreciate the interesting designs as well. Print out the Color the Day Away coloring book pages on the Trader Joe’s website.


Crayola sorts their free coloring pages by subject and ability.

The Crayola website provides coloring book enthusiasts with plenty of free, printable options. The company offers a number of categories, from Disney and Star Wars to seasons and animals. Adults can get in on the fun as well, with a collection of more complex artwork.

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Chick-fil-A offers free coloring pages through their #simplethings campaign.

While Chick-fil-A is sticking purely to takeout right now, they’re motivating young children to stay at home with Chick-fil-A’s free, printable coloring book projects. The fast food chain has released eight different pages, each featuring the adventures of their cow mascots. This one’s definitely aimed at the kiddos, with the cows traveling to the beach, a farm, and space.

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This Is the Way free coloring book proves Baby Yoda isn’t just a meme.

If you’re done watching The Mandalorian but want more Baby Yoda, your own coloring book featuring the adorable creature might do the trick. In a collaboration with Vulture, illustrator Martin Gee created This Is the Way, an unofficial Baby Yoda-focused coloring book. It should keep you occupied while you wait for the next season to come out.


Test drive Audi’s car-focused coloring book.

In an attempt to combat stir-craziness, Audi recently released a vehicle-focused printable coloring book for free. The 13 pages, which feature an interesting array of art styles, allow you to creatively customize various cars and their surroundings, making this activity fun whether you have your driver’s license or not. The coloring pages can be downloaded and printed directly from the Audi media website.


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Free Coloring Pages for Kids or Adults Who Still Have Fun