MARA LEA BROWN
"2020 Quarantine Coloring Book"
The 2020 Quarantine Coloring Book reflects some of our shared experiences and initial responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, including feelings of uncertainty, fear, hope and gratitude. I shared one coloring page per day with my friends and family. Given the original meaning of the word “quarantine,” I did this over a period of 40 days.
The electronic version of the "2020 Quarantine Coloring Book" is completely free. The links to the printable PDF pages are below. You can print them, color them and share them with your family, neighbors, students and friends!
My hope is that the 2020 Quarantine Coloring Book will provide you with a moment of calm and creativity amidst the chaos.
Enjoy coloring inside and outside the lines!
"Quarantine #1: Separate Yet Connected"
Take a break, look out your window and wave at your neighbor. Notice nature. Feel connected.
"Quarantine #3: Building Community"
Our community is starting to look a little different. Let's make it what we want it to be!
"Quarantine #5: Story Time"
Read a book. Tell a story. Let your imagination travel.
"Quarantine #7: Resourcefulness."
Make a mask. Play. Rest. Create. We can do this!
"Quarantine #9: Safe Space"
Find a moment to relax and reflect.
"Quarantine #2: Stay In Touch"
Keep in touch with your friends and family. Make up new ways to have fun together!
"Quarantine #4: A Matter of Perspective"
Enjoy the silence.
"Quarantine #6: Checking In"
How are you feeling? These are strange times.
"Quarantine #8: On the Front Line"
To doctors, nurses and all health professionals, thank you!
"Quarantine #10: Not Today"
Our plans have changed, but some things remain the same.
"Quarantine #11: I'm Staying Inside"
You don't need to go outside to be inspired by nature.
"Quarantine #13: ¡Sí se puede!"
The work continues.
¡Gracias por la inspiración, Berta!
"Quarantine #15: Working from Home"
Does the term 'work-life balance' still apply?
"Quarantine #12: Quarantine Time"
Time is not what it used to be!
"Quarantine #14: My Teacher!"
Thank you for all your hard work and love.
¡Gracias por la inspiración, Linda!
"Quarantine #16: Stay Inside!"
For now, we can travel with our imagination.
Dedicated to Sara and David
"Quarantine #17: Peaceful Patterns"
Make sense out of the chaos.
"Quarantine #18: Neighbors"
We are in this together.
"Quarantine #19: Health Care"
Thank you for everything you do.
"Quarantine #20: Our Streets"
Wild animals are roaming downtown.
Dedicated to Betsy and all medical professionals
"Quarantine #21: Corona Piñata"
New conditions, familiar traditions.
"Quarantine #22: I Miss You"
I can't wait to be with you again.
"Quarantine #23: Solidarity"
Music unites us.
"Quarantine #24: The New Normal"
Thank you to all essential workers! Thank you for ensuring food continues to be available and as safe as possible.
"Quarantine #25: Keeping Busy"
Cook, paint, do exercise or rest - there's plenty of time!
"Quarantine #26: Time to Heal"
Clear skies, quiet beaches - Happy Earth Day!
"Quarantine #27: Love in the Time of Coronavirus"
Thank you, mail carriers - you are essential!
"Quarantine #28: Why Not?"
Have fun doing the things you love.
"Quarantine #29: Holding Hands"
Maintaining social distance is hard, but we can do this!
"Quarantine #30: Always Essential"
"Quarantine #31: The New Classroom"
Teachers are finding new ways to inspire learning. Thank you!
"Quarantine #32: Staying Home"
There are so many projects to be done inside!
Dedicated to EBI teachers and students
"Quarantine #33: Dreaming of Space"
When this is over, where will we go?
"Quarantine #34: Constraints"
You might have to change the choreography, but don't stop dancing!
Dedicated to Mónica's students
"Quarantine #35: Across Generations"
Enjoy every precious moment.
"Quarantine #36: Show and Tell"
What have you been doing these days?
"Quarantine #37: We Are One"
Reflect on the past, present and future.
"Quarantine #38: Social Distancing Together"
We can do this!
"Quarantine #39: Priorities"
Thank you to all essential workers.
"Quarantine #40: What Now?"
Will we remember or forget the things we have learned during this period of time?