Games in this collection help teach kids about colors and how to paint or color works of art.
All games are browser-based. Our catalog is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, offering cross-device gameplay. You can play on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. These games work in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
This is a daily coloring puzzle game where players use the numbers and colors shown on the side and top of the puzzle to paint in a colorful pixelated art drawing.
This is a simple coloring game featuring characters from the hit Cartoon Network series. Bring Finn, Jake, and their friends from the Land of Ooo to life through your choice of colors.
This is an online coloring book for kids based on the hit Cartoon Network series. Spray paint a series of line art pieces of Gumball and other Watterson family members (Darwin, Anais, Nicole & Richard) however you want.
This is a coloring program for kids. Choose from various scenes featuring Barbie and friends or decorate your own pictures. Print out your finished work or save them to your device.
This is a puzzle game where you must identify the location of all the black tiles (boxes) on the playing field. Use deductive reasoning based on the hints at the side to identify where the boxes might be.
This is a coloring game and idle tapping game rolled into one. Collect paint by popping the paint splats as they fly past a collection up. Collect enough paint to unlock paintings. You also have one blank canvas you can use to make your own paintings.
This game has Fozzie, Gonzo, and Animal search for colors in a make-believe high flying adventure. Once you’ve gathered enough paint, follow the instructions to add color to their pictures.
This game allows Mr. Bean fans to color in 10 different still scenes from the cartoon series. Players can also choose to complete drawing scenes before coloring them in.
Works can be saved, exported, shared, printed, and canvased across Mother Earth to help support the Mr. Bean movement.
This is a pixelated paint by number idle game where you can choose to paint dozens of unique images which are classified as animals, food, humans, stuff, monsters, plants, or vehicles. This is a great game for helping to teach kids about color, drawing, and attention to detail.
This is a paint by numbers game based on pixel art. Fill in each of the squares to create the final image. What you might find might surprise you. Choose a level to color in or have the game choose one for you at random. Fill in each of the numbered squares until you see […]
This is a spray painting game where kids can color in pictures of characters from the hit Cartoon Network series. Work can be printed out or saved as a PNG file to be shared with friends.
This game tests a young learner’s knowledge of geometry and color recognition . Find the colors, shapes, or colored shapes in the bingo card, Make a full horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row to make a bingo.
This is a color-based sliding maze game where you must pass through all the colored pellets to win. Move only on the pellets of the same color. Pass by plus junctions and color-changing squares to cover the entire maze.
This is a simple scene coloring game where you can choose to color a picture of Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy or Starfire. Save your work as a PNG file or print out a hard copy of your art work when you are done.
This game allows Tom and Jerry fans to color and design 6 different blank location from the cartoon series. Players can also choose a variety of ways to make the scene lively and colorful. Artworks can be saved and printed.
This game allows Tom & Jerry fans to color and design 4 different uncolored screens and 1 blank screen from the cartoon series.
Players can also choose a variety of ways to make the scene lively and colorful including stickers. Artworks can be saved and printed.
This is a game in which a talking brush named Hue helps teach children about primary, secondary and tertiary colors along with value. This game has interactive quizzes in it which help ensure knowledge transfer to players.
This is a simple coloring game where players can choose to color Grizzly Bear, Panda Bear, Ice Bear, Hamster, Nom Nom, Chloe Park, or Exhibit B. When you are done with your work you can save it as a PNG file or print out a copy of your work.