Disney’s Frozen 2 Printable Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets

I don’t know about you, but Frozen 2 was definitely my most anticipated Disney film in a LONG time. Seeing Frozen with my kids way back in the day was quite the defining mom moment for me. I even wrote a spoiler-filled movie review back when it first came out because I loved it so much!

At the time the first film came out, I only had two little boys. Dex was just shy of three years old, and Dan wasn’t yet one. If I remember rightly, we actually went to see it on Thanksgiving Day (or maybe even Christmas Day – it was one of the big ones, and we had nothing else to do since we didn’t live anywhere near family), and it was slightly stressful with two little ones. But Dexter loved it, and it became a firm family favorite.

Image courtesy of Disney
Image courtesy of Disney
Image courtesy of Disney
Image courtesy of Disney

We must have watched the first film a thousand times in the following years. Each successive kid (all boys) have loved it. When we finally got to see the sequel, I was stoked to take three of my four kiddos with me again. I elected to leave Wilder at home, simply because he has not quite mastered public movie going yet.

Anyway, Frozen 2 is definitely worth the wait. It follows on beautifully from the first film, giving more of the same beautiful songs that the first gave us but with even more powerhouse ballads. My personal favorite is Kristoff’s ode to the 80s hair bands, “Lost in the Woods.” It slaps hard.

As a reminder, FROZEN 2 is currently available on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Download and can be streamed on Disney+

To celebrate this awesome film, the lovely folks at Disney have once again outdone themselves by letting us have access to some AMAZING coloring pages and activity sheets that are just perfect for the kiddos.

These pages are fantastic for keeping kids busy and happy when stuck indoors, and they are free to print off as many times as you like.

I always suggest printing off the bookmarks on card stock for the best results. You can also choose to laminate them to help them last longer, but this is a personal choice.

For the coloring pages, simply print out on regular printer paper and give the kids crayons, colored pencils or markers, and let them go crazy! Seeing their final results is always a blast!

Download your free printable booklet here.

Big thanks to Disney for providing these fantastic pages, and I hope you all love them as much as we do. Don’t forget to share them so everyone can check them out!

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