Here is a complete list of all of Junior Dispatch’s exclusive coloring pages.
We hope you print some out and get coloring. You can stay in the lines, go out of the lines or use funny colors. It doesn’t matter to us as long as you get to work!
Please note that some of these items are duplicates to assist in the ease of finding them.
COLOR IT AND GET A PRIZE
You can get a JuniorDispatch.com water bottle for your hard work, too. Just scan it in and e-mail it to us at email@example.com.
Children who submit a colored coloring page get a Junior Dispatch water bottle (while supplies last, of course). Just follow the instructions and e-mail it to us for processing.
See our Info Page for complete details on how to qualify for a bottle.
To print these images follow these instructions:
- Click on the link.
- Click on the picture (This increases its size).
- Activate your print!
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
York Dispatch staffer John Simcoe drew most of these images. He’s been drawing since he was a kid, and did most of these with a “wax pencil,” a crayon-like pencil, and then converted the drawings into computer files with Adobe Illustrator.
York Dispatch Graphic Artist Todd Stouch made the very first coloring page, the Christmas scene, back in 2008. It was pencil drawn and then converted into a computer image.
If you would like to see a specific coloring page created, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have John Simcoe come to your class to give some drawing lessons, create some coloring pages and talk about journalism. Just e-mail email@example.com to set up the activity.