How many pandas can you find?
You’ve seen this before, if you’ve read “Pandas and Penguins,” which was one of my early posts, dated July of 2016. This drawing was originally done in September of 2011. There are actually 53 hidden pandas to find! To help out all you coloring fans who are sheltering in place, I created a PDF so you can print it out and find them yourself. Just click on the link below.
Then, because even I have trouble finding them all, and I lose count every time I try to number them, I made up the answer key below. (No peeking until you have tried your best!)
THEN, I thought it would be fun to have a couple of coloring pages for Foster and Panda’s latest post, “A Special Report”
While I was at it, I decided to put up some more, kind of miscellaneous, coloring pages from a variety of past adventures. In case you missed any of the stories, or if you just want to read them again, you can click on the links provided.In Safari!, Panda and Foster take a hot air balloon to Africa to see if they can find any of Foster’s big cat relatives. Click here for the coloring page: Safari Jeep PDF
In Sweden, Panda discovered a new form of aerobic exercise while the friends were on “A Trip to the Farm”. Click here to color: Swedish Dance PDF Foster and Panda help solve the mystery of the missing baby panda at the San Diego Zoo in “Undercover Panda”. Get the coloring page here: Bamboo Patch PDFThe guys find “A New Friend” when they go on a mission to learn about cacti. Here is the coloring page: A New Friend PDF
I’m not sure, but I think these guys are planning their next trip, so they’ll be ready as soon as the shelter in place orders are lifted!