Valentine Bear Coloring Pages, Kids and Adults Easy to Challenging Designs, Cute Bears, Valentine Sweet Treats

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Valentine’s Day Bear coloring! This delightful book consists of 45 beautifully crafted pages featuring cute and cuddly bears in heartwarming Valentine’s Day scenes. You will love bringing these pages to life with your own unique colors and designs, making them perfect for expressing your creativity and love. Kids can gift their colored pages, and adults can use them as thoughtful and personalized decor.

Please note that this coloring book is for personal use only. If you plan on sharing it with others, please seek permission before copying, sharing, or posting. However, feel free to make copies for your personal use or classroom.

Start your coloring adventure today, and nurture your passion for creativity while celebrating your love for teaching!


– 8.5×11 and A4 Sizes

– 1 cover option

– 45 unique coloring pages


How to Print:

• Print on Letter size papers (8.5 x 11 inches or A4) for the best results.

• There may be an 1/8 in margin if your printer does not have borderless printing.

• To achieve the highest print quality, we recommend setting the printer’s resolution to the maximum value and printing the artwork in black and white.


Downloading Instructions:

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In 1994, I walked into my first job as a middle school teacher teaching students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities. My Mom passed away from cancer in 2000 and I left my teaching job to take care of her and my daughter, who was in the 3td grade. Her death took an emotional toll on us and I decided to home-school my daughter. Due to medical challenges, I needed insurance and an income, so I had to return to the classroom but kept in touch with several of my homeschool parents. I enjoyed sharing with them the resources I created for my students and the feedback they gave me motivated me to keep creating and sharing!

I have taught general education and all levels of special education but I have to say, I found my teaching "jam" in a High School Functional Autism class. I LOVE my high school AU students! They have taught me so much about life and to see outside life's little box. They are truly AUsome!!! When the pandemic hit, I realized I had created SO MANY resources to share with my colleagues, homeschool parents, and students, I wanted to share with anyone who teaches and loves students. As I am looking down the road for retirement, this is what I want to do.... continue creating FUN and ENGAGING resources to make YOUR life easier and allow your child to have fun thinking outside the box together!
Teaching and Learning Together -
Ginger (YourTeachingDoc)

valentine Bear coloring pages
Valentine Bear Coloring Pages, Kids and Adults Easy to Challenging Designs, Cute Bears, Valentine Sweet Treats