From dying eggs to Easter-themed recipes, Easter is all about finding ways to embrace and encourage your child’s creative side. What better way to count down to the spring holiday than with a fun activity like Easter coloring pages? Not only do coloring sheets boost your child’s imagination, but they stimulate fine motor skills and focus. When they’re done, they can hang their masterpiece up with pride, or leave it out for the Easter Bunny, or gift it to a relative.
With adorable illustrations of bunnies, eggs, and flowers, we bet coloring will become one your child’s favorite new Easter activities. Take a break from crafting Easter baskets with these digital coloring sheets, all of which can be downloaded and printed for free.
Download 10 adorable and printable Easter coloring pages below.
Available for free on Primary Games, this adorable coloring page combines our two favorite things about Easter: the Easter Bunny and eggs! Your child’s creativity will run wild coloring the different egg-shaped balloons, whose pattern resembles dyed eggs.
A great coloring page for toddlers, this illustration features a happy bunny sitting next to a giant Easter egg. Download it free of charge at Crayola.
Would your child like to set something out the night before for the Easter Bunny? This Happy Easter coloring page is the perfect gift — or would make for beautiful fridge art for relatives.
Spring has sprung! Celebrate the joys of spring and the Easter season with this fun coloring page all about the month of April.
Didn’t have time to dye eggs this year? No worries, this coloring sheet will engage your child’s creativity just as much sans the mess.
Look how adorable Mr. Easter Bunny is fixing his bow tie in this portrait egg frame! Download it free of charge at Crayola.
If Easter is a religious holiday for you and your family, this Easter cross coloring sheet is one way to slowly introduce the resurrection story to your children. The illustration shows the sun beaming down on a cross surrounded by flowers.
This 2-in-1 activity is both a coloring page and Easter-themed word scramble. The pictures double as clues and coloring sketches. Engage their brain muscles and artistic skills at the same time.
There’s no such thing as too many Happy Easter coloring pages. This illustration is not as intricate as the former, making it great for young colorers. Find this one for free at Primary Games, too.
For those with aspiring artists, download this free Easter basket coloring page via Primary Games. This detailed illustration features a dozen Easter eggs with different patterns and designs as well as spring flowers.