Dora the Explorer Coloring Pages

These free Dora the Explorer coloring pages are a fun activity for the kids. Have the children color in pictures while waiting for other guests to arrive at the party. Also, this activity will keep the kids busy at the dinner table.

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Dora the Explorer is a 7 year old latio girl who helps children in the toddler and preschool age group learn colors, counting, and words in Spanish and English. The free printable Dora the Explorer Coloring Pages are a fun way to keep the kids occupied at the dinner table or a party. Dora the Explorer Party Planning because Dora is such an inquisitive gal, it's quite easy to create fun party games using this theme. Try creating a treasure hunt (Dora style), play musical chairs (with Swiper taking the chairs each turn), or create a Solve My Riddle game of your own (just like on the show, using age appropriate clues). Match the coloring page to your parties theme. Keep the drawings and laminate them. Then surprise the kids by using them for placemats at next years Dora the Explorer celebration.
Dora the Explorer Coloring Pages
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Dora the Explorer homemade cookies are tasty additions to the Dora the Explorer theme party. Include various homemade party supplies, decorations, and baked goods to ensure the Dora the Explorer party is one-of-a-kind. Baking Dora the Explorer cookies, or other, is a great way to get children or the celebrant involved in the party planning. Children may want to create their own cookies for party guests and there is nothing wrong with that. Draw in Dora’s face using a food marker once the cookies are cut to the shape of Dora’s boy or head. Once Dora is drawn out use a pastry bag with a small number tip (#1 - #3). Outline Dora with a light brown icing. Use royal cookie icing or melted chocolate for Dora’s hair and for her eyes. Depending on time, budget and ability baker may want to make full-bodied Dora the Explorer cookies. This can be quite the undertaking so ensure to leave enough time for preparing and creating the cookies.

Once the homemade Dora the Explorer cookies are done place them on a decorative serving tray for party guests to enjoy. Party hosts who make large cookies may consider wrapping each cookie individually for party favors. Use pink and orange cellophane paper to wrap the cookies tied with curling ribbon. Those who would like to make Dora the Explorer cookies but are low on time may consider making simple round cookies with the name Dora in purple, orange blue, and green royal icing. Nearly all moms will enjoy creating great desserts and other tasty finger type treats. These items are always a great addition to a special celebration. These amazing tasty desserts along with other treats that are designed especially for this celebration will make everyone feel very special.
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