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Disney Pixar Coco ~ FREE activity sheets for kids

Giveaway disclosureI’m so excited that Disney Pixar’s Coco won the Academy Awards for Best Animated Picture and Best Song for “Remember Me.” Other animated Disney films that have taken an Oscar home are “Zootopia,” “Inside Out,” “Big Hero 6,” “Frozen,” and “Brave.”

I loved when Lee Unkrich accepted the Oscar and said:

“With ‘Coco,’ we tried to take a step forward toward a world where all children can grow up seeing characters in movies that look and talk and live like they do. Marginalized people deserve to feel like they belong. Representation matters.”

It was a surreal moment because I walked the Oscars stairs for the Coco premiere with some amazing fellow Disney Bloggers!

Disney Pixar - Coco Red Carpet Premiere at the Oscars Stairs - Top Disney Bloggers

Coco also won best animated film at the Annie Awards, the Golden Globes, the National Board of Review, the Producers Guild of America, and the Visual Effects Society!


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“Coco” grossed about $740 million and became the most popular film in Mexico ever and resonated a lot with the people of China. You can learn everything about Coco in the links below that include my Coco Premiere experience and my interviews with the Coco cast and filmmakers:

My interview with Edward J. Olmos, voice of Chicharrón

My interview with Gael García Bernal, voice of Héctor

My interview with Benjamin Bratt, voice of Ernesto de la Cruz

My interview with Anthony González, voice of Miguel, and Alanna Ubach, voice of Mamá Imelda

My experience walking the Hollywood Red Carpet for the Coco premiere

My interview with Coco director Lee Unkrich, co-director and writer Adrian Molina, and producer Darla K. Anderson

About the Pixar Coco Event Press Trip to LA

Coco highlights during the Pixar and Walt Disney Studios panel at D23 Expo

And now that Coco is available to watch in the comfort of your home, you can read about all the wonderful bonus features on the home entertainment and digital versions of Coco, and enter my amazing Disney DVD and Coco gift set giveaway HERE.

Pixar Coco Disney DVD giveaway

To complete the experience with your family, you can also download these free Disney Pixar Coco activity sheets for the little ones to learn and play:

Coco Miguel Coloring Sheet

Coco Maze Activity

Coco Hexaflexagon Activity

Coco Hector Coloring Sheet

Coco Ernesto De La Cruz Coloring Sheet

Coco Dante Coloring Sheet 1

Coco Dante Coloring Sheet 2

Coco Remember Me Card Game

Coco Rubber-band Guitar Activity

Coco Recipe Cards

Coco Paper Marigolds Activity 

Coco Hot Chocolate and Pan de Muertos Recipe

Coco Family Tree Activity

What can I say except “You’re Welcome”? Be sure to stay in the conversation using the hashtags #PixarCoco and #CocoBluRay on your fave social networks! Get your copy of Disney Pixar’s Coco, now available for all to enjoy!



Saturday 14th of April 2018

I love coloring. I am such a kid an adults body. It is so relaxing, I'm thinking about getting these for myself! Thanks for sharing.

Journa Ramirez

Thursday 12th of April 2018

I love the movie coco. I like the twist and turns of the story. I love the song "Remember me"


Tuesday 10th of April 2018

My daughters really enjoyed this movie! I am so glad Disney made one that is relatable for Latinos, I really am! The movie was super cute!


Tuesday 10th of April 2018

I haven't seen Coco yet! Must be one of the only people who hasn't as I know how popular it is! Need to check it out soon and watch it with my niece..


Tuesday 10th of April 2018

We have not seen Coco but totally looking forward to it. It looks like another amazing production through Pixar-Disney. I think the printable‘s that you offer will indelibly be a fun activity for the children. Thank you!