How To Find Frozen Coloring Pages

You don’t have to buy Frozen coloring books if your kids are big fans of Frozen and coloring. You can save money and find Frozen coloring pages that you can download for free online. Follow these tips, and you’ll be able to find plenty of pages that appeal to you.

Look For A Site With A Big Selection Of Coloring Pages

If you want to make sure you’re able to download coloring pages with pictures of Frozen characters, like Anna, Olaf, and Elsa, you’re going to want to find a site like that has a massive selection of coloring pages. The bigger the selection is, the more likely it is that you’ll find what you’re looking for.

A site that has a small selection of pages might not have any images that feature the Frozen cast. However, a site with a lot of pages should have the pages you want. Seek out a big site that has exactly what you’re looking for.

Use A Site With A Search Function

If a site has a giant selection, you’re going to want to make sure it’s easy for you to find the pages that you want to print out. That’s why you should aim to find a site that lets you search for pages that feature certain keywords. A site like this will make it a breeze to find the Frozen coloring pages that are available.

Printing up some coloring pages shouldn’t involve a long hunt. You should be able to find what you want with a matter of minutes. If a site has a search function, you can just type the word “Frozen” and find the pages that you want.

Find A Site With Pages That Are Totally Free

You shouldn’t have to pay to download coloring pages. If you get your pages from the right site such as, everything you want should be completely free. You’ll be able to print up as many pages as you want! You’ll only be limited by the ink in your printer.

There are some great sites with free frozen Elsa And Anna coloring pages out there. Once you find a site ( that you can trust, you’ll always know where to go when your kids want some new pictures to color.

Elsa Coloring Pages

Why Disney’s Frozen Was A Hit

Disney has long had a reputation for applying a very fine-tuned formula to the cartoon feature films that it produces. Almost invariably the Disney ‘Imagineers’ and the all-powerful Disney marketing machine stick to the tried and proven when it comes to productions that appeal (with laser-like focus) to a particular younger demographic as far as the content of the production is concerned. Disney then chooses its marketing and merchandising partners extremely carefully and the result is a saturation of the demographic with messaging around the particular theatrical release. More often than not this produces a box office sensation – while products related to the film swell the Disney coffers.

However, the success of ‘Frozen’ meant that the movie exceeded the expectations of movie pundits – and possibly Disney itself.

Frozen became one of the top 10 highest grossing movies of all time, it grossed $1.219 billion at theatres and beat out ‘Toy Story 3’ to become the highest grossing animated feature of all time at least for a short period (‘Finding Dory’ and ‘The Incredibles 2’ has since beaten its totals).

Just how successful was Frozen at grabbing the attention of audiences across the globe? In June 2014 the ‘BabyCentre’ a U.K. based revealed the results of its survey into the top baby names of 2014. The names usually don’t shoot up and down the list and stay fairly static as far as popularity is concerned – but in 2014 there was a standout – Elsa, the name of the icy protagonist in Frozen That name shot up 243 places to land at 88 on the list.

The movie and its merchandising, as well as associated marketing activities, brought new meaning to the words ‘market saturation.’

Once Disney had identified its demographic (males and females over and under 25) there was no escape. However, Disney realized that there was a generation that had enormous promise as far as the success of the movie was concerned – the members of so-called ‘Generation Z’ – those born in the late 1990’s and mid 00’s.

Once Disney had refined its focus it was relentless at pushing the Frozen message.

However, there seemed to be something different about Frozen? It grabbed public consciousness in a way that was unprecedented – what had Disney done that was different. It seems that the secret was in taking the tried and proven Disney story arc – and adding some important content.

The movie has the common Disney elements – parents of protagonist dead, royalty and of course a princess, the quest for true love, a comedic foil to lu=ghten the drama. The idea of a female leading character was hardly new. The secret seemed to have been the lead character. Disney had sculpted something new with Else. She was not typical. Magical powers that hindered as often as they helped, she is flawed – and the mistakes she makes have very real consequences. There wasn’t even a real villain – and Disney continued to drop the age-old sexist roles and attitude. It seemed that every person who became part of the ‘Frozen Experience’ could identify (at least to a degree) with Elsa. In essence, Disney broke the mold – this was no ordinary Fairy Tale.

The Disney marketing team is also nothing but effective. They identify communication channels and dominate the mind space of the target audience. Within weeks of the initial release, Disney made the entire “Let It Go” music sequence available online. It started to trend immediately on Youtube. The first musical animated sequence in decades it captured the imagination of the public – and Generation Z almost immediately.


Frozen is a good movie – it actually bears up well when viewed repeatedly – but it was Disney’s focus on marketing, merchandising and breaking the mold when it came to reaching its audience that ensured that Frozen would break box office records. The catchy music didn’t hurt either.