I had a ton of fun creating these free Easter egg coloring pages for kids.
The Easter egg templates range in different designs from more traditional to flowery and whimsical. But they’re all fun and beautiful.
I love the usefulness of fun coloring pages, especially for younger kids. These provide a fun way practice fine motor skills and color recognition. Plus, these printable coloring sheets allow you or your kids to spend some quality time together.
I’m sure you’ll find an Easter egg printable coloring page that your kids of all ages will love. Maybe some will catch your eye to use as adult coloring pages too.
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Easter Egg Coloring Template designs
The PDF file contains 24 free Easter coloring pages in all, with 18 egg templates, including two little chick eggs and one bunny egg.
I even added a blank Easter egg. Your kids’ creativity can run free as they come up with their own remarkable, stunning, lovely Easter egg on blank Easter eggs, simple designs, or intricate patterns.
I’m sure the whole family will make some beautiful Easter bunnies, baby chics, and even new and dfferent patterns. You could make your own coloring book to remember this Easter season by.
In the free PDF download, you’ll find sheets with three different Easter egg designs on one page, as well as each Easter egg on its own coloring page. This layout will help if you’re including these printable coloring pages in your Easter crafts plans.
Make sure to have plenty of different colored markers or crayons on hand for the kids to choose from. That’s what makes coloring Easter egg pages so fun.
My kids have always liked colored pencils more than crayons. I think they like the accuracy of being able to sharpen them to a fine point. You just can’t do that with crayons. And the last time I bought pencils I got the erasable kind and now they don’t want any other.
These Easter egg templates can also be used to make some fun decorations.
Have the kids color them, then cut and string them as a banner and hang them on the mantle.
Hang the big eggs on your front window.
Hang the little eggs on the mirror.
Find a silly place to put them and hide them like……an Easter egg hunt!!!!
The refrigerator, under the sheets, on Easter baskets, inside the vitamin jar. 😁
You can even use these as printable Easter cards. Make a fun activity out of decorating colorful eggs (don’t be afraid of glitter glue) and then spread the holiday spirit by delivering cards to family and friends.
These free printable Easter coloring pages are also a fun alternative to dying Easter eggs if you have young children or if the eggs typically go to waste.
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