Are you a teacher, parent, or budding young artist searching for Easter coloring pages for kids? If so, you've come to the right place.
Each of the free coloring pages below includes symbols associated with the Easter holiday.
Many are considered Christian symbols, related to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. These include the Virgin Mary and various crosses.
Others hearken back to the holiday's pre-Christian origins. These include Easter eggs, Easter bunnies, and certain flowers.
You can download a PDF of each coloring page and print it out. Or, you can color it online and create a masterpiece!
If you had fun with Free Easter Coloring Pages for Kids, try out Free Religious Coloring Pages for Kids too!
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive Easter coloring pages. Experiment with unique color combinations and see which one looks the best!
In addition to the usual printable coloring pages, we also have online coloring activity available for every coloring sheet in this post!
Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.
Free Printable Easter Coloring Pages
Easter Egg Tree Coloring Sheet
In North America, Easter eggs are often hidden on the ground. But in Germany and other parts of Europe, they hang them in trees! You can add your favorite hues to these colorful decorations.
Jesus Face Coloring Sheet
No one knows exactly what Jesus looked like since cameras had not been invented yet.
But as a Jewish man, he likely wore a beard and had brown hair and eyes. You can color this drawing of Jesus.
3D Cross Coloring Sheet
The cross is considered the primary symbol of Christianity by many religious groups. You can add color to this three-dimensional version. Use a darker color on the edges to enhance the 3D effect.
Jesus Coloring Sheet
This coloring sheet shows Jesus as he was depicted in Medieval art, hundreds of years after his birth, death, and resurrection.
He is often given a red or purple outer garment. What color will you make it?
Easter Basket Coloring Sheet
Easter baskets are used to collect eggs during an Easter egg hunt. Can you make each of these eggs a different color?
Stained Glass Cross Coloring Sheet
This cross picture is a mosaic of squares, rectangles, and triangles. When you provide the colors, it resembles a stained glass window of a church.
The Virgin Mary Coloring Sheet
Mary was Jesus' mother. On this coloring page, she is depicted as a cute cartoon character.
Jesus on the Cross Coloring Sheet
Jesus was put to death as if he were a criminal, but he was resurrected or brought back to life three days later. You can color one artist's conception of this pivotal event.
Rosary Coloring Sheet
In the Catholic church, a rosary is a string of beads used for keeping track of prayers. You can color your own rosary necklace.
Cross with a Rose Coloring Sheet
You can color this rose as a symbol of hope and rebirth.
Church Coloring Sheet
Many people attend church services on Easter. You can color this picture of a church building.
Lily Coloring Sheet
White lilies are sometimes called Easter lilies. These flowers bloom during the Easter season, and their white petals symbolize purity and innocence.
Easter Chick Coloring Sheet
Have you ever gotten a chick for Easter? You can color this chick as he hatches from his shell. Will you make him yellow, pink, or blue?
Easter Eggs Coloring Sheet
Would you like to go on an Easter Egg hunt? You can shade these intricately decorated eggs using your crayons, markers, or colored pencils.
Hot Cross Buns Coloring Sheet
If all this drawing is making you hungry, try your hand at these hot cross buns. This is a traditional Easter pastry.
Cross with Wings Coloring Sheet
The wings of an angel are here used to symbolize resurrection to spirit life in heaven. What color do you think an angel's wings should be?
Easter Bunny Coloring Sheet
Since ancient times, rabbits have been associated with spring observances. You can color this classic mascot of modern Easter celebrations.
Easter Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
Could you fill a cathedral with the religious icons you have colored? Or, did you create the Easter Egg hunt of your dreams?
Don't forget to download your colored pictures or save the coloring sheets on your computer to share with friends, family, or classmates.
Did you think that Free Easter Coloring Pages for Kids were fun? Take Free Spring Coloring Pages for Kids for a spin as well.