Print these free Christmas coloring pages for your kids, supply the crayons, and watch the fun unfold.
The Christmas icons on these pages make great cards for kids to personalize, too. Simply reduce the Christmas coloring page to fit your desired card size and print onto cardstock. If you'd like, print a Christmas greeting on the other side of the cardstock, or let kids write their own messages. After your kids color the images, fold the cardstock to make a card.
Editor's Tip: For a Christmas card, test the placement of the coloring page and the greeting on regular white paper before you print onto cardstock.
Kids will rush to catch this gingerbread man and decorate him in the colors of their choosing.
Kids love decorating the Christmas tree. This coloring page lets them design their own special tree -- and there's no mess for you!
Star light, star bright, won't you color this star tonight? Encourage your kids to imagine the color possibilities for the star-embellished ornament on this Christmas coloring page.
Ho, ho, ho! Jolly St. Nick won't be the only one smiling when kids start adding color to this Christmas page.
Leave Santa some milk and cookies. Kids can bake up some creative colors for these Christmas classics. Make sure they autograph their work!
This gingerbread house is made of gumdrops, candy canes, and a gingerbread man. Just imagine all the candy-color fun the kids will have decorating this house!
Color this Christmas stocking and label it with care, for soon St. Nick will be there. With this simple outline, little kids can enjoy coloring the page, while bigger kids can have fun embellishing the stocking.
This smiling gingerbread man sends a big Christmas greeting. The simple coloring page lets kids add their own personal touches.