Free Hand Coloring Pages for Kids - 16 Printable Sheets

Take a look at your hands. Bend your fingers and see how they move. Your hands are truly a marvel. You can use them to color these free hand-coloring pages for kids.

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Did you know? The muscles that allow you to move your fingers to color aren't in your fingers. They're in the palm of your hand and your lower arm.

It's a good thing, too. If you did have muscles in your fingers, all this coloring would make them very strong. 

They would grow in size, and soon, they'd be too big for your fingers to move properly!

Now, grab your colored pencils, crayons, or markers and print out and color some of the downloadable coloring pages below.

Online Coloring Pages for Kids

Get creative with this interactive Cartoon Hand coloring page. 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 available for every coloring sheet in this post!

Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.

Free Hand Coloring Pages for Kids

Washing Hands Coloring Sheet

Don’t forget to wash your hands! Color this picture to make yourself a reminder. You can hang your finished picture near the sink to remind your friends and family as well.

Cartoon Hand Coloring Sheet

Need a high-five? Color this hand, and you can exchange this cheerful gesture any time.

Pinky Promise Coloring Sheet

Seal the deal with a pinky promise. Can you indicate who these hands belong to? Choose the skin color and add bracelets, rings, or nail polish.

Thumbs-up Sign Coloring Sheet

Give it a go by supplying a thumbs-up. You can color the hand to match anyone’s skin tone or make it bright yellow like the emojis you text with.

Praying Hands Coloring Sheet

You can color this picture for Sunday school or to make a decoration for religious events.

Heart Hands Coloring Sheet

What beloved scene are these hands framing? You can draw a picture and color it inside the heart.

Handcuffs Coloring Sheet

Handcuffs are usually grey or black in color. Sometimes toy handcuffs are other colors.

Anime Hands and Hand Gestures Coloring Sheet

Color these hands to match one or more of your favorite anime characters. Remember, in anime, even unrealistic skin tones are on the table. Green, pink, purple - it’s up to you.

Laughing Emoji with Hands Coloring Sheet

Smiley face emojis are usually bright yellow. But you can customize this one to be any color you want.

Hand Coloring Sheet

Color the skin of this hand. Practice your shading skills by using lighter and darker colors, or by pressing harder with your crayon or colored pencil.

Hand Covering Face Coloring Sheet

You can use color to add a lot of detail to this picture. Paint her nails, do her makeup, add highlights to her hair, and design her t-shirt.

Skeleton Hand Coloring Sheet

This hand has no muscles or skin! Do you know the names of the bones that support the hand? You can write them in on this coloring page.

Holding Hands Coloring Sheet

You can hold hands with your friends, your family, or someone you love. Remind them how much you care by coloring this picture for them.

Finger Heart Coloring Sheet

Here's another way to use your hands to share some love. Color this heart in a snap to make a card for someone you love.

Fist Coloring Sheet

Fists can punch or shake in anger. Color this one to get it ready for action.

Hand Holding a Sword Coloring Sheet

Hands can do lots of interesting things. Color this one as well as the hilt and blade of the sword it is holding.

Free Hand Coloring Pages for Kids

How many hands did you color? Did you make them match your own hands or those of someone you know?

There are lots of things you can do with these coloring sheets. You can wave to your friend, give him a high five, or note a few signs from American Sign Language.

For science class, you can identify the parts of the hand. Do you know where the wrist and knuckles are located? Can you identify the thumb, pointer finger, middle finger, ring finger, and pinky finger?

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