Free Dinosaur Coloring Pages

My free dinosaur coloring pages and sheets to color will provide fun to kids of all ages! Perfect for use at home or in your classroom. 

Why not print several copies of each coloring sheet - children often want to experiment with different color combinations and styles.

Scientists really don't know much about what color Dinosaurs were - so encourage your children to be creative and use their imaginations. Could dinosaurs have been pink? Sure, why not?

Choose the coloring sheet you like from the pictures below - and click on the image to open the large printable version. This will open in a PDF format, so you will need a free copy of Adobe software.

Free Dinosaur Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages


The Stegosaurus was a large plant eating dinosaur whose name means 'roofed dinosaur'. It had a horned tail to defend itself against predators.

Stegosaurus dinosaur coloring sheet
Stegosaurus dinosaur coloring sheet

Find out more about the Stegosaurus Dinosaur.


Triceratops was a herbivore dinosaur whose name means 'three-horned face'. It weighed about as much as a truck!
Dinosaurs Triceratops coloring page 1
Dinosaurs Triceratops coloring sheet 2

More about dinosaurs Triceratops.

Tyrannosaurus Rex

More Meat Eating Dinosaurs

Meat Eating Dinosaurs - Coloring Sheets

The meat eating dinosaurs were being naughty and trying to eat the others - so I put them on a different page!

You can find lots of different sheets showing meat eating dinosaur coloring.

Different Types of Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Coloring Pages - Different Types

One sheet with lots of different types of dinosaurs on it.


Quetzalcoatlus was not a dinosaur! But it was one of the largest flying creatures ever.

Quetzalcoatlus coloring page 1

More Quetzalcoatlus facts and pictures.

More Dinosaur Activities

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Dinosaur Coloring Pages
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