Calling all dinosaur fanatics! Looking for dinosaur coloring pages? We’ve got you covered!
Below you’ll find our collection of 14 free printable dinosaur coloring pages that are great for both kids and adults.
Dinosaur coloring sheets are a great way to keep the kids busy! These printable coloring pages are a great indoor activity and are perfect for a dinosaur themed birthday party. And they’re all free for you to download and print!
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Here’s how to use these dinosaur coloring sheets:
- Scroll down and find the page you want.
- Click on any of the photos below, or on the text links above them. A printable pdf file will open in a new window.
- Print the pdf on 8.5 inch by 11 inch, letter sized paper.
- Color your pages and enjoy!
Printable Dinosaur Coloring Pages
Here you’ll find a great collection of dinosaur coloring pages, and they’re all free and ready to download!
Dinosaurs may be known as fierce creatures, but these cute dinosaurs are all quite friendly looking! We have a great range of dino pictures below, so there’s a dinosaur coloring sheet for kids of all ages.
Coloring is great for relaxation and developing fine motor skills. So whether you use crayons, pencil crayons, or markers you’ll be sure to enjoy these coloring sheets!
The word “dinosaur” comes from the Greek terms “dienos” and “sauros”, meaning “terrible lizard”. Terrible in this case refers to the large size of dinosaurs!
No one is 100% sure why the dinosaurs went extinct, though scientists today believe it was because of an asteroid colliding with the earth.
The first dinosaur named was the “Megalosaurus” in 1824. The name means “great lizard”!
Fossils from dinosaurs have been found on every continent, including Antarctica!
Drumheller, Alberta, Canada is known as the “Dinosaur Capital of the World” and is home to Tyra, the world’s largest dinosaur.
Paleontologists are the scientists who study dinosaurs!
When we think of dinosaurs we think of massive creatures, but the smallest dinosaurs were the size of chickens!
Dinosaurs lived during the Mesozoic Era, which is also called “the Age of the Dinosaurs” – a period of time spanning over 180 million years!
Not all dinosaurs lived at the same time. For example, the Stegosaurus lived in the Late Jurassic Period, while the Tyrannosaurus Rex lived in the Late Cretaceous Period!
Scientists believe that birds are the descendants of dinosaurs!
You can also download coloring pages with multiple dinosaurs:
Dinosaurs reproduced by laying eggs, just like modern birds. They also built nests to protect their babies!
Plant eating dinosaurs (herbivores) often traveled in herds of many dinosaurs. As a result, they were protected from predators.
Most of the meat eating dinosaurs (called carnivores) were bipeds – meaning they walked on two feet. Therefore they could move a lot faster and use their hands to catch their prey!
Scientists have discovered roughly 700 species of non-avian dinosaurs. But they believe there are still more dinosaurs yet to be discovered!
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