Discover fun from coloring pages collections: Bluey, Grinch, and Five Nights At Freddy’s

It’s the holiday season, and it’s time to start thinking about what gifts you want to give your friends, family, or even yourself. But if you’re stumped on what to get someone who seems impossible to please this year, I have a solution for you! With so many coloring books out these days with different topics and styles available, it can be easy to decide which one would make the most sense as a gift.

1. Bluey Character Coloring Pages

Bluey is a fun-loving little bunny who loves to learn new things every day. His life skills are still developing as he progresses from one step to another in his journey as a child, and as such, he is prone to making mistakes and learning from them. 

With an optimistic disposition and great inner strength, Bluey shows us all how to embrace challenges, cope with failure and bounce back more vital than ever before!

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2. Why Bluey is so popular

There are many reasons why coloring pages of Bluey are so popular. Still, ultimately I believe it all boils down to his character development. 

The smile on his face and the way he stands out from other characters make you want to own him. You can’t help but laugh with him as he takes every challenge in stride, and you have a special place for him in your heart because through his experiences, you are learning about yourself as well! 

But this coloring page is not just fun and games. There is natural character development happening here: we can see how he deals with failure and disappointment; we get to witness how he overcomes his fears and finds a place for himself in this big, wide world.

You may wonder why Bluey is so prevalent in coloring pages and other drawings and illustrations online. Well, it’s because he is adorable! But we bet you didn’t know how many more reasons there were behind the cuteness of the blue cat! 

First off, he was created in 1955 by Mary Tourtel, an English author and cartoonist. This makes him one of the first-ever comics to be published with coloring pages given away in them! He also quickly became famous, making his way onto coloring books that were sold everywhere.

3. Grinch Character Coloring Pages

Grinch is a character from Dr. Seuss’ book “How The Grinch Stole Christmas.” He was born with heart problems that prevented him from feeling empathy towards others and caused him to think of himself as superior to everyone else around him. As such, he became ironic and sarcastic. After failed attempts at destroying Christmas, the Whos of Whoville begin singing inspiring songs to Grinch, which touches his cold heart and changes it:

The words had been stored up in his frozen little soul all the long years he’d been alone…And then they thawed all at once! And out popped a very unexpected trickle of tears, which soon became a flood.

You may think it’s because of how popular the Grinch Stole Christmas is portrayed every December, but it is more than this! As most know, Dr. Seuss created the Grinch coloring pages in 1957, but did you know how the Grinch Stole Christmas coloring book was not printed until 1976! 

Before the coloring books, Dr. Seuss created 33 other coloring pages of The Grinch. The Grinch coloring sheets’ popularity grew because nobody could resist the green monster who hates Christmas! 

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4. What is Five Nights at Freddy’s?

A popular video game franchise that has been around since 2014, Five Nights at Freddy’s challenges players with defending themselves against animatronic characters during the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. Players are given limited power, which includes being able to close doors and check surveillance cameras. 

The characters, known as “animatronics, “move from one end of the restaurant to another. They try entering the security office through a vent or a door which will ultimately result in a jumpscare if successful. 

After closing off all entrances and getting on with other tasks for the night, Freddy might appear inside the room, singing along to music before attacking you.

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How coloring pages benefit adults and children

Children’s coloring has been recognized as one of the best ways to develop their cognitive skills. According to Dr. Seuss Enterprises, coloring builds math and visual perception skills in young ones, making it attractive to parents who want less expensive education for their children. But adult coloring helps relax those with anxiety problems, so its benefits go beyond teaching coloring skills.


Whether you’re looking to get in the holiday spirit or just trying to take a break from your day-to-day, we hope these coloring pages have been fun for you! For more information on how adults and children can benefit from coloring pages, visit our blog post. If you want even more great content like this, be sure to visit Happy holidays!

Adrianna Tori

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