If you love crafting, you are probably interested in the Turning Red Coloring pages, but if you have kids who are also interested in the activity pages. This post may contain affiliate links.
The entire family should be interested in seeing the new Disney/Pixar’s Turning Red movie because it is such a good movie.
Turning Red is all about growing up. A little different than other Pixar movies, it is rated PG and not G. There are a few deeper topics in the movie.
I found the movie relatable as my oldest is about to turn 13 years old.
Be sure to get all the activity pages and also watch the trailer below.
The movie is now playing on Disney+ for everyone to watch.
Turning Red Coloring Pages and Activities
Turning Red Coloring Pages are cute and detailed and perfect to turn into a vector to upload for different Cricut crafts and printables.
The activities are great to print off and let your kids enjoy before or after seeing the film.
Download all the PNG activities below by saving them or opening them in their own browser:
On the coloring pages below, I included pictures with the Turning Red logo and some without. If you are a crafter, you may or may not want the logo. If you are just wanting to color, you might prefer the page with the logo.
The following images are the ones without the Turning Red logo on it.
Lunar New Year Turning Red Envelope
Thank you to Disney for sending me these gorgeous Lunar New Year Turning Red Envelopes!
It was also available on Disney Movies Insider to redeem for free points but has quickly sold out.
The images are stunning and the art is done by Turning Red artists!
This is totally inspiring me to try to create something similar with my Cricut! EEK!
About Turning Red
Growing up is a beast. Check out the new trailer for the upcoming all-new original feature film “Turning Red” from Pixar Animation Studios’ director Domee Shi, who won an Oscar® for her 2018 short film, “Bao.”
Young actress Rosalie Chiang lends her voice to Mei Lee, a 13-year-old who suddenly “poofs” into a giant red panda when she gets too excited (which is practically ALWAYS).
Sandra Oh voices Mei Lee’s protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming, who is never far from her daughter—an unfortunate reality for the teenager. Directed by Shi and produced by Lindsey Collins, Disney and Pixar’s “Turning Red” releases March 11, 2022.
Check out my interview with Shi for Bao!
Watch the trailer below!
Amazon also has tons of Coloring Books from Turning Red that you can purchase! If you aren’t wanting to print your own, check them out today too.
My daughter’s and I watched the movie when it came out. I was happy to see a PG-rated film that was geared a bit more toward my older daughter who is getting older and can relate a bit.
I would love to hear what you think about the movie and what about that soundtrack!
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