These inclusive coloring pages are a cheery reminder that it’s all going to be ok! Have kiddos at home? Just like to color? Need something else to do?
Download, print and color to your hearts desire!
Don’t forget to share your creations with us!
Today’s coloring pages is a reminder that in this time of stress and uncertainty, a little love and kindness can go a long way!
The Ocular Octopus under the sea for day 3!
With all this new found free time, it’s difficult for those with anxious minds to quiet the narratives in their mind. As you color today, practice a healthy mantra. “I am loved”, “this too shall pass”, “I am here”, Practice a positive narrative, if your mind drifts to spiraling or negative thoughts, it’s ok, simply guide yourself back. Be patient with yourself. Oliver is here to remind you that you are LOVED Just the way you are!
Did you know that The Ocular Octopus is from Iowa City, IA? Iowa City was the original capital of the state until it was moved in 1857 to Des Moines to be more centrally located. What still remains is the distinctive Old Capital building, famous for it’s 23 3/4 karat gold leaf covered dome. This has been an icon for Iowa City and Oliver wanted to share it with you!
The Ocular Octopus and his pals together (before social distancing)!
We are in this together! #stayhome
The Ocular Octopus is changing up his look today! He’s been inspired to try some new styles with all his free time. He loves getting inspiration from others but at the end of the day, he’s always true to himself!
The Ocular Octopus is a true Hawkeye fan! Can you find him in the crowd (3 total!)
Have you heard about THE WAVE in iowa City? After the first quarter of the football game all of the fans and players turn and wave to the kids at the children’s hospital! It was named one of the best traditions in college sports. The Ocular Octopus has 8 ways to wave And he loves making those kids smile!
The Ocular Octopus was born in Iowa City during a long winter a few years ago. While this isn’t normally his natural habitat, He has learned to embrace the farm life and now cherishes every moment outside. Have you found your self more grateful for the little things during this pandemic? We sure have!
Happy Easter from the Yeager’s!