Encanto Printable Activities Coloring Pages

We are sharing with you free Encanto printable activities coloring pages for kids of all ages. Grab your coloring supplies and get ready for a day filled with some enchanting fun!

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We have the most fun Encanto printable activities for you!

Best Encanto Printable Activities For Kids

Keep on reading to find our free printable Encanto activities for kids! Kids will have so much fun solving and coloring this set of printables which includes 4 different activities, perfect for kids of all ages and skill levels.

SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR ENCANTO PRINTABLE ACTIVITIES

This printable set is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

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How many Encanto objects can you identify in Mirabel’s dress?

Mirabel’s Dress Pattern Coloring Page

Our first Encanto printable activity features all of the pretty things on Mirabel’s dress. Every character in Encanto has a symbol of their miracle embroidered on their clothes, but Maribel has symbols of her entire family, such as a candle, a capybara… Can you spot all of the objects?

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We love hidden picture games!

Casita Hidden Pictures

Our second Encanto printable activity is a super fun hidden pictures game! In this activity, you will have to look hard to find hidden objects, such as:

  • Mirabel’s glasses
  • Pico
  • Hourglass
  • Storm cloud
  • An arepa
  • Isabela’s cactus

Good luck finding the objects!

Can you guess the character looking at their doors?

Fill in the blank – Guess the doors

Our third Encanto printable activity is a fill-in-the-blank activity. There are 3 pages with 9 doors, each representing the name of our favorite Encanto characters. Pay close attention to the objects on the door – for example, the first one belongs to a girl who is super strong… This activity is great for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary school kids who are learning how to write.

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Have fun solving our Encanto puzzles!

Encanto Puzzle

Our fourth Encanto printable activity is a fun puzzle. The first puzzle is Bruno’s vision of Mirabel. Follow the steps below to turn your coloring page into a puzzle!

To make the puzzle, you will need:

  • Cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A heavy object such as a box or a book
  • The printed Encanto puzzles

Steps:

  1. Print the Encanto puzzles and color them.
  2. Use glue to paste the coloring pages onto the piece of cardboard, and put on a heavy object on top while it dries.
  3. Once dried, cut out the pieces following the lines. Older kids might be able to do it on their own but if you’ve got younger kids or it’s too difficult for them, you can do this part instead.
  4. Mix up your Encanto puzzle pieces and play! The steps are all done and now it’s time to build your puzzles.
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Draw your favorite scene from Encanto and turn it into a puzzle!

Blank Encanto Puzzle

Our last Encanto printable activity is another puzzle, but this time it’s a blank puzzle where kids can draw their own Encanto drawing and then transform it into a puzzle. Ask your kid to draw their favorite character or scene from the movie, color it, and follow the steps above.

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What is Encanto about?

The magic of Encanto (which means “charm” or “enchantment” in Spanish) has blessed every child in Madrigal Family with a unique gift, for example, super strength or the power to heal.

Every child got a magic gift except for Mirabel, the only ordinary Madrigal. However, when Mirabel discovers that the magic of the Encanto is in danger, she decides that she’s the exceptional family’s last hope.

The animated film is all about family and believing in yourself, and it ends with a very positive message for the whole family.

The film, directed by Jared Bush and Byron Howard and co-directed by Charise Castro Smith, has become one of the kids’ favorite movies thanks to the original songs written by Emmy winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, and famous actors and actresses such as John Leguizamo, Wilmer Valderrama, and especially the lovely voice of Stephanie Beatriz.

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