A simple and fun way to introduce kids to virtues.

“V”TOONS Coloring Pages offer quality-time with children. Enjoy reading aloud to your kids while they have fun coloring their favorite cartoon characters.


CLICK HERE to request your FREE “V”TOONS Print PDF.

Easy to download Print PDFs come in standard 8.5” x 11” letter size.

Superheroes “V”TOONS teach kids that true strength and power comes from practicing virtues!Vtoons_superheroes_FREE.v2

CLICK HERE to request your FREE Superheroes “V”TOONS

Inspire kids to Say “No!” to Bullying.SayNo-comps-ganged-horizontal

CLICK HERE to request your FREE Say “No!” to Bullying “V”TOONS

As easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Be fully present with your kids for at least 10 minutes a day. (Turn off your mobile phone, computer and television, and forget about your to-do list and work related worries.)
  2. Print out “V”TOONS, grab some crayons or colored pencils and talk about the “what, why and how” of virtues while your kids enjoy coloring their favorite characters.
  3. Display the colored “V”TOONS where your kids will see them—on bedroom walls, the refrigerator door, or create a gallery in your home or classroom as a daily reminder that practicing virtues empowers kids to be their very best!

Displaying “V”TOONS helps parents, guardians and teachers recognize ‘Teachable Moments’, those times when we can talk about virtues with our children to help them learn from their mistakes. For example, if a child is stubborn, we can reference the ‘Flexibility’ “V”TOONS and say, “Go with the flow!” Teachable moments also apply to those times when we recognize our children making positive choices. We can say, “I recognized your generosity when you shared your toys today.” Learn more about recognizing teachable moments and other strategies to raise good kids at theVchannel.com/fivestrategies.

With “V”TOONS everyone can teach kids virtues.

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A school bus driver and some of his kids showing their “V”TOONS in Brooklyn, NY.
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The Garcia kids with their “V”TOONS Coloring Pages in Florence, Oregon

There are thousands of migrant kids who have been separated from their families and are being held in detention centers. 

With the cooperation of DMRS, a full-service immigration legal aid clinic serving the southwestern United States, The V Channel has created a special series of Spanish Language “V”TOONS Coloring Pages. We’re inviting everybody to color and mail “V”TOONS to kids being held in detention centers, to inspire them to ¡Elige virtudes y mantén vivos tus sueños! (Choose virtues and keep your dreams alive!)

Hope-courage-crayonsClick here to download the Spanish Language “V”TOONS print PDF. 


Pop Culture Personalities

Sports Heroes

Historical Figures


Famous names and virtues come together in digital memes and animations.


“V”TOONS is a trademark of The V Channel Corporation.
Creative Commons copyright. “V”TOONS can be used for non-commercial purposes only.



The V Channel aspires to be the first Virtues-Driven Parenting Advice and Kid Self-Help Platform available in the media. Stay tuned as we seek a publishing deal and corporate sponsors.

For more information contact Scott Feraco.
Email: scott@theVchannel.com
Mobile: 917-445-0102


Special thanks to The Family Virtues Guide and The Virtues Project.



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