30 Colouring Pages You Can Print At Home for Free
These printable colouring pages will provide you with hours of entertainment.
Printable colouring pages
Take a much-needed break from your busy life with these intricate printable colouring pages. Break out the coloured pencils, crayons, or markers, and rediscover the joys of filling in the lines with glorious colours of your choosing. Besides being fun, there’s plenty of science-backed reasons colouring is good for you. Get colouring!
Colour this page with bright shades and hang it up on your window. It will create fun light patterns when the sun shines through it.
Mittens and stockings
Colour these mittens and stocking with fun, festive colours or switch it up and fill them in with spring colours. For some inspiration, take a look at the most colourful plants to brighten up your landscape.
Colour the clocks
You’ll spend hours filling in all of these intricate patterns on the clocks. Up for a bit of armchair travel? Take a look at these incredible clocks from around the world.
Can you spot the owl? After you’ve found it, test your eye for detail with this airplane photo puzzle.
After filling in this printable colouring page, you’re going to be craving something sweet.
Bright citrus colours would look great on these slices.
You can have some holiday spirit all through the year. After you’ve printed this festive colouring page, challenge yourself to this Christmas toys brainteaser.
Look how many different flowers there are to brighten up the drawing.
Plenty of ornaments
You could even cut these out and tie a string around them to use as ornaments for your next Christmas tree. See if you can pass this surprisingly tricky colour quiz.
What colours will you carry throughout this design?
Let us flask you a question:
Are these thermal flasks filled with coffee or hot cocoa? You decide.
A piece of the pie
Colour in this pie. It can be a raspberry, cherry, strawberry, or peach pie!
Brightly coloured hot air balloons will really pop against a dark, starry sky. Take a peek at the most colourful animals in the world.
A quilt for colouring
Do you have a family quilt that you can use for inspiration?
Rugs on rugs
These white rugs are just longing for some colour. Psst–this is why Canadians and Americans spell “colour” differently.
Candy is colourful, so get out lots of shades to fill this in. Once you’re finished, try your hand at these tricky missing word puzzles.
Balls of yarn, knitting needles, and buttons mean endless colouring.
We don’t blame you if you have to go outside the lines on this. If you want to give your grey matter even more of a workout, try these fun brain games.
Birds in the branches
Are these blue jays? Cardinals? Or a new type of bright pink and orange bird? It’s up to you! Take inspiration from these beautiful Canadian birds captured on camera.
This is a good one to colour on a dark and dreary day.
Let’s go fly a kite
Colour in these kites, then make them soar in a sky in whatever hue strikes your fancy. Here are more brainteasing puzzles to pass the time.
How will you colour this china on the wall?
Will your candy be peppermint flavoured (red and white) or fruit-flavoured (multi-coloured)? These fun facts about colour could influence your decision!
Quilt drying in the breeze
This quilt pattern is full of possibilities.
Fewer than one per cent of people can pass this colour test. Can you?
How will you colour the tile on the floor and the brick on the wall? If you coloured these printable colouring pages like the clothes you wear, this is what your outfit colour says about your personality.