No matter what your faith is or isn’t, Easter and spring are a time of joy and celebration, and what better way to celebrate than with some fun free printable Easter coloring pages for kids and adults!
When looking for a fun quick family activity, we love to print free coloring pages for everyone and just hang out and color together for a while.
If you want to do the same, I’ve got you covered with this collection! There’s something for everyone in this post, from cute chicks and Easter bunnies to vibrant abstract designs. So grab a few crayons or colored pencils and get ready for some fun Easter coloring! 🙂
And if you simply want to keep the kids occupied and engaged for a while this Easter season, you’re sure to find something they love on the list as well.
In addition to the Easter bunny, eggs, and chicks, I’ve included coloring pages with a religious theme including the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
I hope you find at least one fun coloring activity to enjoy today!
Educational Easter Coloring Pages
Not only are coloring pages fun, but they also work on important fine motor skills. And you can sneak in extra educational elements, too!
My Easter Coloring Pages include cute pictures to color and simple sentences at the bottom that kids can trace, read, or have read to them. Perfect for 2 to 6-year-olds!
What a fun way to learn about the letter E! My E is for Easter Egg Dot Marker Coloring Pages are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. These printables feature a cute boy holding an Easter egg, an uppercase letter E with dots inside, a traceable border made up of the letter E, and a traceable sentence at the bottom. They’re a great way to get in some early learning practice with an engaging Easter theme.
This Easter Egg Color by Number Coloring Page is a fun way for kindergarteners and preschoolers to practice number recognition and fine motor skills. The file includes an answer key, and the VIP version features different versions with different fonts, so you can use the one that matches the way you teach numbers.
Or practice number recognition with my Easter Egg Roll and Cover activity! All you need is a six-sided dice and some markers to practice numbers, colors, and color names with young kids.
Easter Eggs Coloring Pages
This Easter chick coloring page from Preschool Powol Packets is perfect for kids of all ages. It has one version with a patterned eggshell and a blank version too, so you can get creative. Print it out now and enjoy some sweet coloring time this Easter.
If you love coloring Easter eggs, you’ll hit the motherlode on Homemade Gifts Made Easy! From blank Easter egg templates and patterned Easter eggs to pictures with many Easter elements, simple designs for preschoolers and young children to more intricate and unique patterns for older kids and adults, you’ll find lots of resources to choose from. Make sure to scroll down the page to see the entire selection.
A whopping ten coloring sheets with even more Easter eggs with detailed patterns plus a cute bunny, chicks, and Easter baskets are included in Artsy Momma’s Easter Coloring Pack.
Easter Bunnies Coloring Pages
Get into the spirit of the Easter season with these free Easter bunny coloring pages. This collection by Gift of Curiosity includes six different scenes, perfect for kids of all ages. Follow the link and make sure to scroll to the bottom to access the free printable.
Easter time means time for cute Easter bunnies, chicks, and eggs! Crazy Little Projects has five different images of cute Easter animals you can color today. You can open and print each one separately or get them all at once for a fun family activity that can last for hours.
Color your favorite Easter scenes from Itsy Bitsy Fun! They offer a set of five printables featuring bunnies, an Easter basket, and chicks.
Easter Coloring Pages for Grownups
It’s not just for kids. Adults can enjoy a little color therapy, too!
I love the details in these fun Easter Egg coloring pages by Life is Sweeter by Design. There are three different designs to choose from, and there’s plenty of room to add your own touches. The detailed designs are perfect for older kids and adults, and you can collaborate with younger kids who can get creative in the blank spaces.
Print out this free coloring page of a cute easter bunny with typographical elements by Pretty Providence and “hop” your way to some relaxation. This printable is perfect for adults and older kids who want to get into the Easter spirit. If you want to use it for a different purpose than coloring, the printable is also available in a variety of colors and as a cutting or SVG file.
Religious Easter Coloring Pages
No matter what your faith is or isn’t, Easter is a time to come together and celebrate new beginnings. These printable Easter coloring pages are a fun way for your family to come together and learn about this important holiday, no matter how you celebrate Easter. Enjoy!
This coloring page from What Mommy Does is perfect for teaching the origin of the Easter holiday during a time when for many, the main focus is on the Easter bunny. It shows three crosses on the hill to remind us of Jesus and how Easter first got started.
I Heart Crafty Things has a whole page of ten different religious-themed Easter coloring pages you can download individually. She has some really beautiful designs. I particularly love the stained-glass effect some of them have!
Easter is a special time where we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. These free printable, simple Easter coloring sheets are a great way to help teach your child about this biblical event. The first page has a simple cross with a heart in the center with the sun rising in the background and the words “He is risen” at the top of the page. The second page shows the three crosses on the hill with the words “Happy Easter” above them. You can access both printables individually if you only want one or the other.
Large-Scale Easter Coloring
For something a bit larger scale, check out this placemat-style coloring page from Handmade in the Heartland and let your kids go to town! You can print it at 11×17 inches OR use Acrobat Reader to print on two 8.5×11 sheets that you can tape together. Alternatively, simply print on one 8.5×11 sheet for a regular-sized coloring page. Either way, it’s perfect for keeping the little ones busy on Easter Sunday or any other time during the run-up to Easter.
Lia Griffith also has her own version of Easter coloring placemats. Whether you’re using them at the dinner table or as a fun activity to do leading up to the holiday, these Easter coloring pages are sure to bring joy to your family. The picture is absolutely adorable and features bunnies, Easter eggs, a carrot, mushrooms, and flowers for lots and lots of coloring fun. It’s going to look great hanging on your refrigerator once all the coloring is done.
Want to go even bigger? This color your own Easter tablecloth from the Crafting Chicks isn’t free but would make an awesome collaborative piece of art for the whole family including Easter visitors who are in a coloring mood. It would be so much fun!
You’re at the end of the list! As promised, these free Easter coloring pages are perfect for kids of all ages and adults, too. They feature a variety of different designs, from bunnies and eggs to crosses and churches. Truly something for everyone.
Whichever one(s) you choose, make sure to have lots of fun with as many free Easter coloring pages as you want! Happy Easter!