ATLAS Colouring Books
About the books
Enjoy free-to-download colouring books by the ATLAS Collaboration, ideal for kids (and adults) of all ages! In these books, you'll discover how experiments detect particles, what their properties are, and how scientists are working together to learn more about our Universe.
Available in 16 languages, the ATLAS Experiment colouring book introduces kids to the field of High-Energy Physics and the work being carried out by the ATLAS Collaboration.
ATLAS scientists work together to study particles, the basic building blocks of our universe.
ATLAS scientists use a detector to find and identify particles.
The ATLAS Collaboration is diverse. Anyone can be an ATLAS scientist.
The Standard Model and the Higgs Boson.
Particles of the Universe
Everything around us is made up of tiny, elementary particles. In this colouring book, kids can meet all of the particles that scientists have discovered (so far!) and learn about the role they play in our Universe.
Matter is made of tiny elemental particles.
Particles are the building blocks of all matter and are responsible for forces.
Scientists use experiments to find and study particles.
There are different types of particles with different functions.
Individual Page Examples
The ATLAS Experiment Colouring book is free to download for personal and educational use. Content Copyright: ATLAS Experiment © 2021 CERN
Credits for the Particles of the Universe Colouring Book:
- Particle Illustrations by Carolina De Luca
- Additional Illustrations by Mariana Velho
- Text and Project Development by Katarina Anthony and Mariana Velho for the ATLAS Collaboration
Credits for the ATLAS Experiment Colouring Book:
- Illustrations by CERNland.net, Carolina De Luca and Rebecca Pitt
- Text by Katarina Anthony for the ATLAS Collaboration
- Project development by Veronica Ruberti and Katarina Anthony
- Pages 4-5; Characters of Bob and Betty: Designed by ovnii.it for CERNland.net
- Pages 9-11: Designed by Carolina De Luca, carolinadeluca.com
- Page 12: Designed by Rebecca Pitt, based on earlier work by Joao Pequenao for the exhibit www.the-higgs-boson-and-beyond.org