These Minecraft Color by Letter Pixel Art pages are excellent ways to give your kids extra fun activities.
If you have Minecraft fans, they’ll have a blast as they color and reveal these video game characters.
My boys are having so much fun with these printable coloring activities – and I hope your kids do, too. Find out more and get your free pack with 10 pages for creative Minecraft fun today!
Minecraft + Pixel Coloring = Tons of Fun!
I LOVE finding new ways to help my boys enjoy things that they’re interested in. When they were younger, it was easy. Anything with wheels or sports would quickly capture their attention.
Now that my boys are getting older, it’s become a bit more of a challenge to find things that get them excited.
A good bit of their interests are often based on video games. Like Minecraft ⬛️ ⛏
The boys have had a blast with our Super Mario Pixel Color by Number printable activities. Naturally, I wanted to give them some more fun things to do with these types of themes 😊
I thought my boys were excited about the Super Mario pack. But, when they saw these Minecraft color by letter pixel art pages, they actually shrieked. Fair warning just in case your kids get excited about this type of stuff, too!
What You’ll Find in This Minecraft Color by Letter Pixel Art Pages
This free pack of Minecraft Color by Letter Pixel Art pages has 10 printable (PDF) pages + answer key.
You’ll find these Minecraft characters and themes:
- Diamond pick ax
- Diamond ax
- Diamond sword
Full disclosure: I didn’t know what some of these characters and themes were called. I asked my boys about them and WOW! They went on and on, describing what each does and how. Now I know what to bring up if I ever want to get them talking lol!
Ideas & Tips for Enjoying These Fun Coloring Activities with Kids
I like to have a list to refer to when I need inspiration to make printable activities more fun. When I’m in the middle of doing stuff with my boys (and trying to get everyone organized), sometimes I blank.
Here are a few of my ideas (and please share your ideas in the comments area below!):
- Make sure to have a variety of coloring tools for your kids to use. My boys love to color with:
- Encourage your kids to get creative and think outside the box. If you don’t have the exact colors as the ones suggested in the legend at the top of the page, don’t worry about it! Pick a color as close to it as you can. (OR just make your own legend!)
- Print extra copies of each of these Minecraft color by letter pixel art pages. Your kids may want to make multiple versions (or give to friends) and you’ll be ready 😉
- Take it nice and slow. Your kids don’t have to finish a page in one sitting. In fact, it might be more fun to extend the pixel coloring fun over a few days.
- Play music or an audiobook in the background as your kids color. This tip is one of our favorite ways to enjoy coloring activities.
- Think about all the different situations you can enjoy these Minecraft color by letter pixel art pages, like:
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Get Your Free Set of Minecraft Color by Letter Pixel Art Pages
High five! Your kids are going to have so much fun these Minecraft coloring activities.
This free pack includes 10 Minecraft Color by Letter Pixel Art pages + Answer Key in PDF (printable) form.
You may make as many copies these coloring activities as you need for your personal use, family, class, homeschool co-op, or community event. If you have a friend or co-worker who might like to have some Minecraft coloring fun, I ask that you please share this post with them. Thanks so much for your cooperation!
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Wishing you and your kids tons of Minecraft coloring fun!