“Let’s Celebrate! A Drug-Free Life!” Color Me Poster

  • Eye-catching, color-me poster, measuring 11″ by 17″
  • Bold black and white design on un-laminated stock that is perfect for coloring
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Get ready for Red Ribbon Week with this fun and engaging “Let’s Celebrate a Drug Free Life” coloring poster. The sheet focuses on celebrating a drug free life and engages children in activities that emphasize being healthy and making the right choices.  Kids can color it, hang it on the wall or fridge, and every time they see it, it’s another drug safety impression. The coloring poster features children jumping for joy and the text, “Let’s Celebrate!” in big, bold letters. The adorable 11″ by 17″ poster is large with bold graphics perfect for coloring. This color me poster is a great way to promote drug prevention and awareness to a younger age group. What’s more, these fun coloring posters are cost effective, fast, and easy! Definitely a great way to help enhance the success of your drug awareness and prevention campaign!

The bottom of the coloring poster includes a bold drug free statements, including:

  • A Drug Free Life!
  • Celebrate Your Life!
  • Choose to be happy, healthy, and drug free!

Help reinforce kids to make the right choice and live drug free with this great color me poster.

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Additional information

Dimensions 11 × 17 in


Grade Level

Lower Elementary

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