These six free dinosaur coloring pages are perfect for kids of all ages and encourage creativity and learning. These are a fun way to engage your dino lovers in an enjoyable learning activity. The pdf format means you can print them out and use them as many times as you’d like.
I always enjoyed coloring as a child. It was a relaxing and creative activity that I gravitated to daily. Even now as an adult, I thoroughly enjoy coloring and doodling.
I spent many hours coloring with my children when they were younger. It’s a fun activity to do together with kids of all ages and a great way to find the opportunity to talk with your child and spend time together.
There are many benefits to coloring for both children and adults.
What are the benefits of coloring skills development?
Most of us enjoyed coloring as a child and many of us still do as adults. There are also developmental reasons to encourage children to color.
- Coloring, drawing and writing all help build fine motor skills. Think about how a child first holds a crayon when coloring and then think about an adult artist holding a colored pencil or charcoal. Through practicing coloring and writing, children learn how to apply different amounts of pressure. The practice of coloring builds the small muscles in your hand and muscle control in the hand and arm.
- Both drawing and coloring on a blank sheet of paper and coloring in an image are beneficial.
- Freeform coloring and drawing stimulates creativity.
- A coloring book or page helps further develop fine motor control in the hand.
- The act of coloring builds hand eye coordination.
- Coloring helps children learn about color, shading and blending.
- Thinking about and completing a coloring project helps build focus and attention span. These are both increased and improved by extended use and practice. Since coloring is a fun activity, it’s a natural way to build a child’s attention span.
- Coloring encourages creativity and self-expression.
- It’s a relaxing activity that can help children process emotions and calm down with a pleasant distraction.
Dinosaur Coloring Pages
- 2 Brontosaurus or long neck dinosaur sheets
- 1 Pteranodon image
- 2 Stegosaurus coloring sheets
- 1 Dinosaur Tracks sheet
Dinosaur Coloring Pages Are Great for Many Situations
- As part of a lesson on dinosaurs and prehistoric times
- Coloring sheets are a fun way to introduce dinosaurs to little learners. And older kids will also enjoy dinosaur number coloring pages.
- You can add information about dinosaurs
- For children who are interested in dinosaurs
- For children who need encouragement to develop fine motor skills through coloring
- As printable activity for a road trip
- As an activity for older children who enjoy the Jurassic Park movie
What you need to print these coloring sheets
- Get your free copy of these free printable dinosaur coloring pages in the box below. When you sign up for our free weekly newsletter you gain access to 125+ free printables and more in the VIP Resources Library.
- Access to a printer
- Computer paper or slightly heavier paper that will hold up better to coloring
- Crayons, colored pencils or markers
You can print the dinosaur coloring sheets out to used individually or you can bind them together into a coloring book. Choose what works best for you.
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How can I use the printable (what restrictions are there on use)?
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Looking for more dinosaur activity pages?
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- Baby Dinosaur Coloring Book – cute coloring sheets for children ages 2 – 8
- Herbivorous Dinosaur Puzzle – a 100-piece puzzle for family fun
- Prehistoric Creatures Coloring Book – 44 prehistoric beasts of the ice age to color, with interesting facts about each animal
- Dinosaur Bingo Game – a free printable game for kids from Wondermom Wannabe
- Dinosaur Coloring Pages – 2 free printable dinosaur coloring sheets, including a t-rex coloring page, from Life Is Sweeter by Design
- Dinosaur Craft with a Free Template – a fun craft tutorial for young kids from Books and Giggles with items you probably already have
- Dinosaur Word Search Printable – a fun activity for kids or adults who like a challenge and find dinosaurs fascinating
- Dinosaur Printable Mazes – make problem solving fun with these 4 dinosaur printable mazes, plus the answer key
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