"The leg bone is connected to the..." You don't have to memorize any cheesy songs to learn about anatomy and the human body. Just download and print these free human body coloring pages for kids (and grown-ups, too!).
Many of the coloring pages on this list are highly realistic. For example, you can color organs like a heart or lungs that look just like the real thing. Or, you can color a kitschy anatomical heart with flowers growing out of it!
There are also plenty of "parts" to help you design your own picture or paper doll.
You can color and cut out a blank face and facial features like ears, noses, beards, eyes, mouths, and different styles of hair.
You know just how much fun the Free Human Body Coloring Pages can be – so why not level up your coloring skills by giving the Free People Coloring pages a go as well for maximum entertainment?
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive broken heart 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 Printable Human Body Coloring Pages
Human Heart Coloring Sheet
Use shades of red to color the oxygenated blood flow and blue for the depleted, returning blood. Can you identify the valves, veins, arteries, vena cava, and aorta?
Teeth and Lips Coloring Sheet
Smile! Give these lips a bright lipstick or color them a natural tan, peach, or pink. Are the teeth a sparkling white or in need of a dentist? The choice is yours.
Mustache Coloring Sheet
A man's mustache is often the same color as his hair. Can you pair this face with one of the hairstyle coloring pages below?
DNA Coloring Sheet
DNA is made up of four different base pairs or nucleotides - guanine, adenine, thymine, and cytosine. Can you use a different color for each one?
Eyes Coloring Sheet
Some people say that the eyes are the windows to the soul. Brown, blue, grey, green, and hazel are the most common eye colors. But sometimes, eyes may be gold or even violet.
Anime Girl Body Coloring Sheet
This coloring sheet can help you learn about art by showing you the right body proportions for a female character. Or, it can serve as a base for building your own character working on a science project.
Crossed Arms Coloring Sheet
Crossing your arms can be a standoffish or stubborn gesture. You can convey the same emotion when you color this page!
Lungs Coloring Sheet
Healthy lungs are pink in color. But smokers' lungs often have patches of black, brown, green, or yellow. You can make a poster to demonstrate the dangers of smoking.
Hand Coloring Sheet
Some artists make a study of hands because they are an interesting and expressive part of the body. Start by coloring this simple hand, then move on to some of the others on this list.
Dreadlocks Coloring Sheet
Yeah, man! Dreadlocks are an interesting traditional hairstyle. Unlock the irie of the islands when you color this page.
Spine Coloring Sheet
You can learn about the bones of the body when you color this diagram of the spine in profile.
Praying Hands Coloring Sheet
When you colored the hand above, you focused on the palm of the hand. Now, color the back of the hand, complete with fingernails.
Beard Coloring Sheet
Color this face of a bearded man. Usually, the hair, beard, and eyebrows are all the same color.
Skull in 3/4 View Coloring Sheet
In this diagram of a skull, you can clearly see the frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, zygomatic, mandible, maxillary, nasal, and sphenoid bones. Can you label them?
Easy Heart Coloring Sheet
The heart in your body doesn't look like the simple heart on this coloring page, but hearts like this one are used to mark the location of the heart on some diagrams. Where is your heart located? Do you know?
Cartoon Skeleton Coloring Sheet
This cute, fun skeleton has a smiling face. Can you color him and then paste some of the other body parts from other coloring sheets in place?
Ear Coloring Sheet
Look at the folds of the ear as you color. These ridges help you to hear, directing sound waves to the innermost part of your ear.
Realistic Face Coloring Sheet
Did you know that math was involved in making this picture look like a real person? Learn about spacing and dimensions as you color this boy's portrait.
Face from 3/4 View Coloring Sheet
This portrait of a woman or girl has a cute short hairstyle. You can choose the color for her eyes, lips, and hair.
Holding Hands Coloring Sheet
Which two people are the owners of these hands? Color their skin and fingernails.
Lips Coloring Sheet
What color lipstick are these pouty lips wearing? Coloring tip: Use a slightly darker shade of red or pink on the top than on the bottom!
Boy Face Coloring Sheet
This little boy is smiling for his portrait. What colors are his eyes, hair, and t-shirt? The choice is yours.
Realistic Eye for Beginners Coloring Sheet
This detailed eye requires some detailed shading. Try coloring the eye then adding streaks of a darker color. Even blend two or more colors, like brown and gold or green and brown.
Body Outline Coloring Sheet
Use this outline as the basis for your school science project, drawing or pasting bones and organs inside. Or, draw in a face and clothes to create your own character!
Blank Face Coloring Sheet
This face is blank. Color the skin and hair. Then draw in the eyes, nose, and mouth - or cut and paste them from other coloring pages.
Abs Coloring Sheet
You can add realistic shading to these abdominal muscles by using a slightly darker color beneath each line.
Woman's Face Coloring Sheet
Color this woman's portrait. Choose the colors of her eyes, hair, and lipstick.
Legs Coloring Sheet
Color the shorts or skirt, the legs and feet, and even the toenails. Are they a natural color or brightly painted?
Tears Coloring Sheet
Choose the colors of the eyes and eyebrows. Shade the tears blue, or black with running mascara.
Feet Coloring Sheet
Give these feet a pedicure! Paint the nails in bright colors.
Anime Male Body Coloring Sheet
This anime character is in his underwear! Color him as-is, and draw in a face. Or, use this guy as a basis for your next character or anatomy class diagram.
Braid Coloring Sheet
Braided hair is classically beautiful. Black, blonde, red, brown, or grey, you can choose what color this girl's hair is.
Skeleton Hand Coloring Sheet
No bones about it! You can add this boney hand to the cartoon skeleton you colored above.
Mouth and Tongue Coloring Sheet
Say "ah" as you color this pink tongue, red lips, and pearly whites.
Skull and Crossbones Coloring Sheet
The skull and crossbones have long been a sign of danger or poison. Color a black background behind this one to turn it into a pirate flag.
Muscles Coloring Sheet
Color this buff, muscular body outline. Draw in clothes, a face, and hair, and color them, too.
Nose Coloring Sheet
Color this nose, cut it out, and paste it on the blank face coloring sheet.
Skull in Profile Coloring Sheet
What color is a skull? Weather-bleached bones are white in color, while fossilized bones are black, tan, or brown.
Anatomical Heart with Flowers Coloring Sheet
Color this red, pink, and blue realistic heart. Then, shade the whimsical daisies and tulips growing from it.
Sad, Broken Heart Coloring Sheet
A broken heart is not the same as a heart attack. This symbolic heart is full of cracks with a bandaid holding it together.
Washing Hands Coloring Sheet
If you are studying the human body, you know that washing your hands frequently is important to your health. Color this sign to remind others to wash up!
Fist Coloring Sheet
You've colored flattened hands and grasping hands. Now, explore this tightly clenched fist.
Curly Hair Coloring Sheet
Get out the hair dye (and by hair dye, we mean markers, crayons, or colored pencils) and take this curly hairstyle to the salon. Draw in her face.
Rib Cage Coloring Sheet
Color this realistic rib cage. Color the heart and lungs and paste them into the places where they go.
Cartoon Hair Coloring Sheet
This cute little girl is rocking her pigtails. What color is her hair, and her polka-dotted hairbows?
Cartoon Tooth Coloring Sheet
This tooth is crying - does he have a toothache? Color him white or yellow or brown or green - and make sure to give him a good brushing!
Biceps Coloring Sheet
These bulging biceps are the strong muscles of the arm. Color a pair of arms to develop your next character.
Eyeball Coloring Sheet
Color the iris of this eye - the colorful ring around the pupil. Leave the rest of the eye white or band it with red bloodshot veins.
Anime Boy Body Coloring Sheet
Color this anime child. Draw in his face and clothes, and color them too.
Cartoon Lips Coloring Sheet
Most people's lips naturally range in color from light pink to dark brown. However, lipsticks often make them appear bright red, purple, or some other shade.
Skeleton Coloring Sheet
Skeletons are usually depicted as white or cream in color. Sometimes, they are brown, green, or black.
Heart Hands Coloring Sheet
Color the hands to match your own or those of someone you love. You can even symbolize unity and understanding by coloring each hand with a different skin tone.
Hand Covering Face Coloring Sheet
You can choose the colors of this girl's face, hair, shirt, and fingernails as she covers her face in sadness, embarrassment, or some other emotion.
Old Man Face Coloring Sheet
Is this man's hair white, or does it still have some youthful color to it? You can decide.
Cartoon Nose Coloring Sheet
The nose knows - color this funny cartoon nose to match the face of your favorite character.
Realistic Skull Coloring Sheet
Dry bones are usually white or cream in color. Very old bones might be brown or grey.
Thinking Face Coloring Sheet
Hmmm... this character may be thinking deeply about how you should color his face, hand, eyes, and hair. You can, too.
Brain Coloring Sheet
Brains are often depicted as bubblegum pink in color. But brain tissue is called grey matter for a reason - the actual organ is greyish-pink.
Pinky Promise Coloring Sheet
Whose hands have come together in a gesture of promise? You can decide. Use different shades for each hand to symbolize unity.
Band-Aid Coloring Sheet
What color bandage would you like to have? Use a solid color such as tan, or choose something bright. Or, you can draw and color a fun pattern on the bandage.
Cute Cartoon Eyes Coloring Sheet
Human eyes are usually blue, brown, green, grey, gold, or some combination of these colors.
Blood Donor Day Poster Coloring Sheet
Fresh blood is red in color but it darkens over time to a deep maroon that is almost black.
Cartoon Hand Coloring Sheet
Color your hand, or that of someone you know. This picture will always be ready to give you a high five!
Human Body Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
Which one of these human body coloring pictures for kids and adults was your favorite?
How can you use these coloring pages? You can use realistic pictures for your next school science project. You can also make fun collages by coloring and cutting out different body parts, then pasting them together to create new faces or human-like creatures.
Love coloring? These Free Human Body Coloring Pages are a great selection of guides, but don't forget to check out Free Science Coloring pages too for even more fun and creative options!