The Christmas season and fun Christmas coloring pages go together like two peas in a pod. Why? Because the holiday season, while full of happy holidays, can be hectic and busy. An easy way to unwind is by sitting down with a free coloring sheet. Of course, it’s much simpler when it comes to why kids should love coloring during this special time. It’s fun, and it’s a fantastic way for them to practice eye-hand coordination.
I’ve spent hours searching for the best places to download free printable Christmas coloring pages but this list only includes the ones that had the prettiest designs.
Some list only Christmas trees or religious designs, others just elves. Some have hundreds of activities that kids can to choose from, and others only have a few, but all are great quality and all are easy to download.
From kids coloring and activity sheets for school and church to more intricate designs meant for adult relaxation, you’re sure to find the perfect coloring pages.
Printable Christmas Coloring Pages for Kids
Mickey, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and Disney princesses is what you’ll find on Woo Jr Christmas coloring pages. Your little artist will love coloring their favorite Disney characters. How many Disney characters will be wearing Santa’s red hat by the time they are done?
Mickey lovers will not be disappointed with the array of fun Mickey Mouse free coloring printables from Best Coloring Pages for Kids.
Although there’s only a few, the Christmas coloring pages on crayola.com are all unique and fun. You’ll also find a fun free Christmas Bingo game. Kids of all ages will enjoy filling in the details as well as the bigger blank space of this Christmas llama.
Doodle Art Alley does not disappoint with its cheery hand-drawn style of artwork. I especially love all the fun letterings to color. These offer great practice for eye-hand coordination.
Hello Kids has a wide array of free coloring pages for kids. You’ll find lots of Santa’s snowmen, nativities, Christmas trees, Frosty the Snowman coloring pages, Rudolf, elves, Christmas reindeer, and more animals. They even have a tool that lets you color online.
There are some sweet coloring pages on the Free Fun Christmas site from Oriental Trading, including happy holiday scenes, baby Jesus nativity scenes, Santas, angels and gingerbread men.
You’ll find several cute Elf coloring pages on Cool 2B Kids. If your family pulls out the Elf on the Shelf at Christmas time, the whole family will love giving this elf a fresh, new look.
There are hundreds of free Christmas coloring pages on supercoloring.com, whether you’re looking to color Christmas bulbs, Christmas sweaters, Elf on the Shelf, nativity scenes, mandalas, or the Grinch you’re sure to find something to your liking.
I love the look of this fun, jolly Santa. You’ll find dozens of coloring pages of Santa on the Coloring Book site.
If you like more traditional old fashioned Christmas designs, head over to the Altogether Christmas website for over 3 dozen high quality Christmas printable coloring pages.
If you’re looking for free printables in Spanish, the fun coloring pages and activities at Lorena & Lenox have bilingual kids in mind.
Only Christmas Trees Coloring Pages
Most of the sites we covered have Christmas tree coloring pages but these two sites focus exclusively on Christmas trees:
There are all kinds of styles of Christmas trees on the Print Color Fun page, from cute Kawaii Style to gorgeous Zentangle as well as old fashioned drawings.
Adults and big kids will probably find free printable coloring pages they want to color here. From super simple trees to intricate Zentangle designs, you’ll find the Christmas tree coloring page you’re looking for on The Artisan life.