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Space Colony Illustration

In my comic strip, Ergo, the protagonist George Ergo builds a company and starts exploring space. I made this illustration to discover what his space station might look like. I’ve also used this drawing as a basis for a Finish the Drawing activity and a coloring page. Teachers may want to print this as a …

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Abstract Coloring Page for Adults

Print a therapeutic abstract coloring page for adults. Kids can color this too, of course. Unwind by filling in these flowing abstract shapes and lines. Abstract Coloring Page Creative Process This coloring page was created by following my own intuition, without any set goal or concept in mind. I find such creative exploration both relaxing …

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X Marks the Spot Dot-to-Dot

Chartwell the explorer is searching for the treasure. Connect the dots to reveal its location! PDF includes color version, black and white version, and answer key.  

Parrot Dot-to-Dot

Connect the dots to reveal the picture of the parrot! There are a whopping 760 dots to connect, keeping your kids busy for quite some time. Let your kids race to see who can complete the dot-to-dot first. This activity would fit well with a pirate themed classroom lesson.

George Washington Dot-to-Dot

Let your kids connect the dots to reveal the picture of George Washington, the first President of the United States!

Winter Spot the Difference

Winter Spot the Difference: Can you find 6 differences between the 2 scenes? PDF format. Answer key on second page.

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