Frozen (Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff) Free Coloring Pages to Print

Frozen (Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff)

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Kids love Frozen coloring pages. Especially girls love this animated movie. Now I would like to give you some information about this animation.

There are some movies we like to watch more than once. Especially when it comes to children, as far as I have observed, they never get tired of watching their favorite animations until they memorize every scene. The animation Frozen, which had the best opening of all time, has entered the hearts of children and even adults since it was released in 2013. The success of the film was carried over to its marketing and continued to exist physically in our lives with its commercial products.

The karaoke version of the 2-Oscar winning film, of which we heard of plans to appear on Broadway, was once again released on the back of all these successes. A smart move considering the success of its songs as a musical animation.

Frozen takes place in a fairy tale world. Elsa, who will become queen in the future, has a power she cannot control; He can make it snow and create ice from nothing. One day, while playing with her sister, Princess Anna, she unintentionally hurts her and closes herself off from the world. At his coronation at the age of 18, it was time to bond with the people and his brother. When Elsa's uncontrollable ability is revealed at the ceremony, Elsa leaves the kingdom to isolate herself and starts an endless winter. Anna goes after her sister to do her best to bring her back...

The originality of the trolls in the movie, based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen, the fun that the good-hearted snowman Olaf adds to the movie, and the embroidery-like treatment of the created world are the elements that make up the movie's strength, as well as its musical side. Imagine that the winter landscape drawing postcards we saw in our childhood and thought "I wish they were real" turned into a movie instead of a single frame... And when this is created by Disney, one cannot leave that world.

Another strength of the film is; Instead of the existence of princesses waiting to be rescued by a man, there are characters who take action and discover themselves within themselves. This moves the story from a patriarchal structure to a point where women are self-sufficient and self-sufficient. Despite all this power of the story, Disney could not help but continue to present the main characters in a way that is very different from the physical characteristics of real people. Unfortunately, this creates an unattainable distance between exemplary characters and children.

As a result, karaoke, which is the distinguishing feature of this movie we love so much when it is released again, will add a different experience to the movie. Especially young children cannot sit still while watching movies, and in movies with 3D features, they try to touch the movie by reaching their hands towards the screen. Moreover, when they sing along to the songs, they will have the chance to participate in the movie more and have more fun.

Frozen Characters


Anna is a brave rather than dignified character and sometimes acts without thinking. But she is also the most optimistic and compassionate person you will ever meet. She wants to be close to her sister Elsa again, as they were when they were children. When Elsa accidentally reveals a magical secret that dooms the kingdom of Arendelle to an eternal winter, Anna embarks on a dangerous adventure to set things right. Anna, whose only weapon is her fearlessness, is determined to save both her kingdom and her family with her never-give-up attitude and her belief in others.


From the outside, Elsa seems self-confident, flamboyant and secretive, but in fact she lives in fear because she is struggling with a big secret. He was born with the power to create ice and snow. This is a beautiful ability, but also very dangerous. Ever since her magic nearly killed her little sister Anna, Elsa has kept to herself. She spends every moment struggling to suppress her growing powers. His repressed emotions trigger the magic and he accidentally starts an eternal winter that he cannot prevent. She is afraid that she will become a monster and that no one, not even her sister, will be able to help her.


Hans is a handsome member of the royal family of a neighboring kingdom who comes to Arendelle for Elsa's coronation. Because he had 12 older brothers, Hans grew up feeling invisible. Just like Anna. Hans is intelligent, obedient and gentlemanly. Unlike Elsa, Hans promises that he will never leave Anna. Maybe he is the love she has been waiting for for years.


Kristoff is a true nature person. He lives high in the mountains and collects ice to sell to the kingdom of Arendelle. A rough-and-tumble man, Kristoff is strong, logical, and lives by his own rules. He seems to like solitude, but he never leaves his best friend by his side: a loyal and extremely mangy reindeer named Sven.


Marshmallow is an enormous man created by Elsa's powers. He serves as a brutal bouncer, tasked with repelling invaders who approach his ice palace. This evil-tempered white monster doesn't talk much, but his punches are very powerful.


Oaken is the operator of “Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post and Sauna.” But when Elsa's big snowstorm hits in mid-July, she finds an opportunity to earn money in the summer. Those who will do business with him, be careful: although he is a well-intentioned and helpful person, if you oppose him, he will immediately fire you from his modest business.


His name is Olaf and Olaf enjoys warm hugs. Emerging from Elsa's magical powers, Olaf is the friendliest snowman in the Arendelle mountains. Her innocence, outgoing character, and extraordinary ability to absorb herself in good and not-so-good times make for strange yet hilarious moments. He also has the most impossible dream in the world, but what he doesn't know doesn't melt him. Or does it melt?


Sven, the reindeer with the heart of a Labrador, is Kristoff's loyal friend. He pulls a sled and is conscientious. Sven knows and loves his rebellious mountain man friend and does everything he says without making a sound. He usually explains his problem with a few emphatic grunts. Life would be a joy if Kristoff would just give up that reindeer voice he loves to use when talking to Sven (as if reindeers actually talk that way).

The screenplay of Frozen was inspired by a story written by Hans Christian Andersen. Remember Fairy Tales by Andersen? You know, the Match Girl or something? That's Hans Christian Andersen! And that's why the characters' names are Hans, Kristoff, Anna and Sven..