Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Medieval Style Free Coloring Printables

Cover art from
the Bodleian Library's
free online coloring book.
Adult coloring became the rage a few years ago. I think the rage continues. I have received books as gifts and given a few myself. 

Last year the Bodleian Library came out with a free printable coloring book compiled from original period sources. Some pictures my grandkids might like to color.

Skipton Castle, a 900 year old English castle, offers an excellent selection they created. Further down its web page are pages that can be colored and cut out to make 3-D things.

I look on homeschool websites for their many options. Super Coloring offers related Medieval adult coloring pages as well as some suited for children. 
One of my
bookmarks.

Just Color's 50 free adult coloring galleries includes one that is about the Middle Ages. It features Celtic, Romanesque and Gothic detailed art based on
tapestries, knights, engravings, castles, and more.


While purchased coloring books offer printing and paper advantages free downloads can be more individualized and spontaneously acquired. They are good sources for demos or youth activities. You might also like my free book marks and small pictures