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Hundreds of coloring pages from world-class libraries and museums

Hundreds of coloring pages from world-class libraries and museums
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Kids aren't the only ones who enjoy a good coloring book. Go to any arts and crafts store or section and you'll likely find a handful of coloring books specifically made for adults and older kids. It's all the rage, you know. Not only is it a fun activity, but is also helps reduce stress!

But you don't need to set foot in a store to get a great coloring book. Simply check out this awesome site that lets you download all the coloring pages you could ever imagine. Get your markers, crayons and colored pencils sharpened and ready to go!

We've told you about Open Culture before. It's a site where you can watch hundreds of free movies, download eBooks and audiobooks, take free online courses, save on textbooks, and even learn a new language.

Better yet, just this past February, Open Culture has made a deal with several different libraries and museums to make a complete set of coloring books, available for free download. Check out the coloring pages from the National Archives, the Digital Public Library of America, Smithsonian Libraries and more.

To get started all you need to do is head over to the Open Culture site and browse through all of your options. Select your piece, print and you're all set! Enjoy!

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