The plagues coloring pages

Published at Monday, 20 January 2020.

Teachers and parents can find an abundance of reinforcement for things they are teaching in educational coloring pages. Children can be instructed in their colors, the alphabet, shapes, seasonal occasions, as well as spiritual education to be strengthened in church or at home. The coloring page has many benefits. It's an activity, number one, that keeps the kids happily involved. Number two, it encourages the artistic side of your children and number three, encourages several developing skills, such as coordination, decision-making and follow through when they finish their coloring pages. One of the most enjoyable things I can remember from my childhood is my love to draw and color and I see that with my own kids now as well. My little girl especially loves to color and of course most things should be pink. Coloring pages for girls specifically will give little girls pictures they will love to color so they can enjoy this wonderful creative activity. Of course this will include many princesses and perhaps dolls, puppies, teddy bears and kittens. Basically I think it comes down to anything cute.



The Plagues were an American garage rock band from Lansing, Michigan who were active in the 1960s (not to be confused with other bands of the period named “the Plagues”). They were led by bass player, principal songwriter, and vocalist William Malone. The group had a local and regional hit with “I’ve Been Through It Before”. Malone left the band in 1966 to join the Frightened Trees, as the remaining members formed a new group out of the ashes of the Plagues, the Plain Brown Wrapper. Malone later became a successful Hollywood movie director, whose 2008 horror thriller Parasomnia included “I’ve Been Through It Before”, as well as other songs by the Plagues and other 1960s garage bands. In the intervening years the Plagues work has attracted a following amongst garage rock enthusiasts and collectors.

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