Photo: Becca Snyder
Even though the park is closed and we’re all stuck indoors, we can still enjoy the outdoors in creative ways. Try coloring the pages and admiring the views in this FREE mini Glacier Coloring Book!
Join us for Glacier Color Club, a brand new weekly series that’s great for adults and kids alike. Every Thursday, the author and designer of the book – Becca Snyder (@beccabyhand) – will offer detailed tutorials and showcase how to color with whatever you have at home, including colored pencils, crayons, markers, and even your iPad.
Download The Mini Coloring Book
To get started, download the mini Glacier Coloring Book and print it at home. Don’t have a printer? Stay tuned for the second lesson in our series, where Becca will show you how to color with an iPad, tablet, or smartphone.
Featuring 5 pages to color and 2 activities, the mini Glacier Coloring Book is an excerpt from our popular Glacier Educational Coloring Book.
Download the mini version for FREE here!
Share Your Creativity and Join The Club
Share your own colorful creations by posting a picture of your finished pages or your kids’ pages on socials with the hashtag #GlacierColorClub.
Posting your artwork on socials officially inducts you into the club. We might even share your creations on our socials and blog.
Lesson Four: Coloring Grizzly Bears with Pastels
About The Author
Becca Snyder is an associate creative director, designer, and illustrator with a passion for creating art with purpose. Becca teamed up with the Glacier Conservancy in the fall of 2019 through Amble’s fall sabbatical program for creative professionals. Learn more about the program and meet all the creatives who dedicated their time and energy to support Glacier National Park here.
“In October 2019, I spent 5 weeks living in Montana and working on a project for the Glacier Conservancy with the goal of expanding their youth retail offerings to get kids excited about exploring Glacier. I created a book that not only provides 48 pages to color, but also serves as a field guide and educational tool that highlights the need for the landscape and wildlife of Glacier to be respected and preserved.”
– Becca Snyder, Author of Glacier National Park Educational Coloring Book