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Free Spiderman Coloring Pages

Spider-Man is an amazing super hero, he is one of the most popular from Marvel. Spiderman has been around since the 1960's and his witty personality has endured through the decades. Kids love Spiderman and will enjoy the free Spiderman coloring pages offered at the following websites. Keep in mind when printing free coloring pages for kids, an added option is to print a good number of the pages and then attach the pages together to make a free Spiderman coloring book. Kids can also color the pictures, cut out the images and tape on notebooks, folders or where ever they can think of. There are a lot of activities that can come out of coloring pages, just be creative!

This site offers 52 free printable Spider-Man coloring pages, included in the coloring pages are activities such as completing the picture, connect the dots, matching and what's wrong with the picture.

Here you will find 9 free Spider-Man coloring pages, they are all action shots and the site is very easy to navigate, simply click and print.

30 Spiderman coloring pages are here, this one would be great to make a free Spiderman coloring book, click and print the pages and staple or attach the pages together.

There are 27 free Spiderman coloring pages, you will find coloring pages with titles such as Spiderman 3 coloring pages, Spiderman attacks, Spiderman and Mary Jane, Peter and Mary Jane, Caught in a web, Harry and Peter, Harry, Peter and his new suit, Spiderman 3, the monster, Helicopters searching and Peter Parker.

This website offers an option to color Spiderman coloring pages online or print and color. There are 15 nice coloring pages with the following titles: Spiderman on Web, Spiderman and Melting Guy, Bad Guy, Spiderman Standing, Spiderman with Girl, Bad Guy, Girl with Spiderman Shirt, Spiderman climbing wall, Spiderman showing fist, Spiderman on Rope, Spiderman, Spiderman shooting web and Bad guy has Spiderman's Face.

Crazy Crayons

How to Make Crayons
Broken crayon pieces, paper removed
Clean, empty tin cans
Pot of very hot water
Plastic film canisters
Muffin pan
Candy or soap mold(optional)
Aluminum foil(optional)

Option 1:
Have your child sort the crayon pieces by color. Place the pieces in the tin cans, one color per can. Set the tin cans in a pot of very hot water until you see the crayons melting. Pour a small amount (approximately 1/4 inch) into each film canister. When the wax hardens, add a second color in the same way. Continue the process until you have a crayon that's a rainbow of layered colors. Or if you like, pour the melted wax into a candy or soap mold to make a shaped crayon.

Option 2:
Preheat your oven to 400'F. Have your child place the crayon pieces in a well greased muffin pan(or a muffin pan lined with aluminum foil), one color per section. Or to make crayons have a stained glass effect, mix the colors. Place the pan in the oven for a few minutes, until you see the crayons melting . Remove the pan from the oven and let the crayons cool completely before removing them from the pan.