Free Caillou Coloring Pages For Kids

With these coloring pages, children can accompany Caillou as he engages in his favorite activities with his friends and family, bringing them to life with the colors of their choice.

Caillou is an animated series dedicated to children that tells the delicate and tender adventures of a 4-year-old boy Caillou, which gives its name to the show. 

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A Brief Story of Caillou

The series comes from the picture books of Christine L’Heureux and Helene Despeteaux and shows us the discovery of the world by its hero.

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Caillou lives with his parents and little sister. He has many passions, the most important being soccer, which he plays on a team coached by his grandfather. 

He attends a kindergarten, has two essential friends like Leo and Emma, sometimes he indulges in daydreams. 

Caillou is a particular series because many episodes describe the daily experiences of the little hero without wanting to be didactic or instructive in any way. 

It is the story of a simple 4-year-old boy who loves to play with rockets and airplanes, with his stuffed dinosaur Rexy and teddy bear Teddy. 

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A 90-minute Christmas movie was also made from this series entitled: Caillou’s Holiday Movie. Yet there has been no shortage of criticism of this series, first for its lack of instructive and educational elements. 

Then there are urban legends that because the child is bald and the narrator is the mother, it would be a series of memories of a child with cancer. 

More simply, it seems that the lack of hair has been dictated to make it more recognizable.