Once the pandemic hit, I was looking for a way to help teachers keep their students engaged during distance learning. I already had regular coloring pages created, but wanted to figure out a way to make them fully digital. After some research and trial and error, I figured out a way to transfer my artwork onto Google Slides™ where they can be colored using the paint bucket tool. I'm hoping teachers and students will still enjoy them post-pandemic.
If you want to try one out for free CLICK HERE. You can also find some digital-coloring tutorials from YouTube that I posted below.
Here is what some customers have said about my digital coloring pages:
"I needed a variety of activities for students who were finished with everything. This was a great option. Several students shared their completed coloring sheets with me. This is a great activity to use for early finishers or just for fun" -Anissa U.
These activities are useful in middle school counseling. They give students a chance to calm their minds before talking about an issue or transitioning back to class.  -Tonya C.

"I gave my students these pages to color while listening to a podcast. It kept them engaged in the podcast and they loved the relaxation of coloring. Much needed this pandemic year!" -Liz R.