A world of fun and free entertainment for all children. Girls and boys choose just what they want from the category sections and color in the three versions available. And have fun doing it. For people on the road we have painting on the screen, that is online. We can leave the pictures for later, then choose the option to download them as PDF or immediately when we start to paint, the option to print from the site.
Kim Possible Coloring Pages
Information about the children's series with Kim
Kimberly Ann "Kim" Possible is a high school student and independent hero/vigilante. She is unusual in that she has a second sense for solving various puzzles as well as it helps that she lives in good relations with various law enforcement, government, and military agencies. At school, Kim is one of the most popular kids.
Information about the main character.
Kim is a teenage female of average height, she is slim but has an athletic build. She has large green eyes and long red-orange hair that reaches her shoulders and when seen from behind resembles a heart. When she was in kindergarten she wore her hair in braids, and as a teenager she wore it in one long ponytail and had braces on her teeth.
She is originally from Middleton and lives there with her parents and younger twin brothers. When Kim was little, on her first day of kindergarten, she met a boy named Ron Stoppable, with whom she formed a lifelong friendship.
She is a confident, tough, courageous, strong and smart teenager whose awareness of her own abilities is well reflected in her motto, "I can do anything." Her typical state of mind is bright, positive, and cheerful, and her kind and caring heart drives her to help others and put their well-being above her own, though she can sometimes be arrogant and jealous when people seem to do things better than she does.
Her competitive nature and drive for perfection as well as she likes to be the best at everything. This puts high expectations on her and at times she wants to be the boss and order around. This was evident when Kim tried to coach her brothers' soccer team - or to try and do things herself to protect others from potential failure or harm.