FREE Coloring Pages for Special Needs Kids
In this day of inclusion and diversity, I’m shocked that there aren’t more coloring pages and coloring books showing kids with disabilities.
Raising disability awareness and teaching students about inclusion needs to start at a young age.
If children have never been around others with disabilities, seeing kids in wheelchairs or with hearing aides can be scary. Having activity pages is a great way to open the conversation so that they understand that those with disabilities are amazing and should be included, not feared.
You can get these Abilities Outweigh Disabilities coloring pages for free. They are in PDF format and you can print as many copies as you need. Use them for daycare, school, summer camp, or play groups.
These worksheets for Special Education can be a motivational activity for students to embrace their differences and not be ashamed of their uniqueness.
Let the kids have fun coloring these cheerful pages while you talk to them about children with special needs.
There is one for boys with rockets, robots, and aliens. The other one is more girly with unicorns, hearts, and bows.
How To Decorate Your Pages
The patterns on these pages is really fun. Adults can color them too. I love coloring, but since I’m crafty, I don’t like using crayons. Here are some other ideas for decorating these Disability Awareness Coloring Sheets.
- Washable markers
- Colored pencils
- Gel pens
- Watercolor paint
Benefits of Coloring
- It’s relaxing!
- Helps with fine motor skills.
- It’s a fun way for kids to express themselves.
- Us it as an activity to teach colors.
- It helps kids focus and slow down.
- Great activity for kids AND adults to enjoy together.
More Coloring Book Pages You Might Like
Deaf and blind people
Color Me Good
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