Experts Tell Us the Best Toddler Coloring Books

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Toddler Coloring Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

100 Animals for Toddler Coloring Book by Go Inspire Publishing

This product was recommended by Kristin Gonterman from Nobody’s Ready

It’s not just a good way to teach a toddler about a wide variety of animals, but it also teaches about the alphabet and includes the spellings of each animal. It’s a good resource for teaching your toddler, whether they’re younger or older, something vitally important.

My Coloring Book for Black Girls by Jade

This product was recommended by Jennifer Salomon from N/A

This book is simply, easy to color, and is showing diversity and representation. They did not have content like this as a kid, so it is nice that it is more readily available now for my kids!

Born to Be Wild A Toddler Coloring Book by Mariya Publishing

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

Your child will love this book as it has adorable pictures and designs that will make them want to color more and more. The best thing about this coloring book is it has big pictures that are easy to color and teaches toddlers important things such as numbers, letters, shapes, and animals. It has thicker and high-quality pages which are perforated so kids can tear them out when needed or display artwork.

Coloring The Animals by Playstories

This product was recommended by Lloyd Lee from Playstories

Make your toddler the star of their own coloring book! Reading and coloring is so much more fun when a child is part of the story. Personalize their avatar by choosing the skin tone, hair style and color, eyes, clothes and even the shoes! Your little one will love being part of this coloring book that brings the animal kingdom and the universe of colors together. They will be able to color dinosaurs, wild animals, and even species from under the sea. Inspire creativity in a unique way!

My First Toddler Coloring Book by Tanya Emelyanova

This product was recommended by Julie Ann Ensomo from Adaptable Mama

It has simple and large illustrations which is perfect for beginners or toddlers who are just starting to learn how to color. Plus your little ones can learn letters, numbers, shapes, vehicles and more in this fun and adorable book! One tip though is make it into a spiral book so it lays nice and flat for your kids.

My Best Toddler Coloring Book – Fun with Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Colors, Animals by Happy Toddlerz

This product was recommended by Richard Hsu from How To Artist

This book also covers a wide variety of numbers, letters, shapes, and animals. It is similar to the previous one, but it has slightly more complex illustrations. This is also reasonably priced at $4.99 for about 111 pages.

123 things BIG & JUMBO Coloring Book by Salmon Sally

This product was recommended by Abby Hao from Clooms

This coloring book is great for toddlers. They can color, paint, and sticker up each of the pages. It contains 123 pages of different unique JUMBO pictures with double pages. The big simple designs are a great starter for them to work on staying in the lines and then there is enough blank space for them to write their name or add their own creation. Wide variety of themes to promote exciting and learning – includes ANIMALS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, stationery, house, airplane, foods, rainbow, sea animals and more! Suitable for both boys and girls

The Creative Toddler’s First Coloring Book Ages 1-3 by Imagi Press

This product was recommended by Geninna Ariton from Trendhim

Suitable for ages 1 to 3, this coloring book features everyday things and animals to further get your toddler acquainted with them. The bold lines of the images help guide the toddler and the book size is perfect for their little hands.

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