Easter Bunny Coloring Pages

Parents of toddlers often struggle with drumming up excitement for various holidays that occur during the year. If it’s not a birthday, Halloween, or Christmas, most children don’t really care. So how do we get them to be more enthusiastic about Easter? Well, Easter Bunny coloring pages for kids are a good place to start. Ultimately, these printables are a great way to start the conversation about what this holiday means. Moreover, they’re a good way to keep the kids entertained before and after the big egg hunt you’ve planned.

Easter coloring pages for kids
Cute Easter Bunny Baby Bird Coloring Page

Cute Easter Baby Bunny

Double Present Easter Eggs Coloring Page

Easter Bunny and Double Easter Eggs

Easter Bunny Atop Present Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Atop Easter Egg

Easter Bunny Balloon Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Hugging Easter Egg

Easter Bunny Bird Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Smelling Flowers

Easter Bunny Bird on Head Coloring Page

Easter Bunny With Bird On Head

Easter Bunny Birthday Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Birthday Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Broken Egg Coloring Page

Funny Easter Bunny Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Deliver Basket Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Delivering Easter Basket

Easter Bunny Egg Basket Coloring Page

Easter Bunny and Eggs in Basket

Easter Bunny Egg on Top Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Egg on Top

Easter Bunny Lifting Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Carrying A Big Easter Egg

Easter Bunny on Stump Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Sitting On Stump

Easter Bunny Painting Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Painting Easter Egg

Easter Bunny Present Egg Coloring Page

Easter Bunny and Egg on a Sunny Day

Easter Egg Next Coloring Page

Easter Eggs Coloring Page

Female Bunny Two Eggs Coloring Page

Cute Easter Bunny Looking at Easter Eggs

Juggling Bunny Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Juggling Easter Eggs

One Bunny Two Eggs Coloring Page

One Bunny With Two Easter Eggs

Two Bunnies Present Egg Coloring Page

Two Bunnies Carry Egg

Happy woodland rabbit coloring page

Happy Woodland Rabbit

Baby bunny in a hole coloring page

Baby Bunny In Hole

Baby bunny holding a carrot coloring page

Cute Baby Bunny Holding Carrot

Cute hopping bunny coloring page

Bunny Hopping in Meadow

Get Into the Spirit of Rebirth With Adorable Bunnies and Chicks!

As Easter Sunday approaches, even adults can find it difficult to recall the original meaning of the holiday. In Christianity, that is the anniversary of Christ’s resurrection after the events of Good Friday. Well, calling it “good” may be a bit of a misnomer but hey: all’s well that ends well.

In any case, if you’re not familiar with the Christian canon, you may struggle to explain the presence of a rabbit imagery. But if your preschooler happens to ask about it — as they are wont to do — here’s how to explain. Namely, both bunnies, eggs, and chicks represent the spirit of the holiday, which is all about rebirth and new life.

Since Easter generally comes in late March or early April, it also ushers in the new season. In fact, the holiday overlaps with spring festivals in several cultures so it can also be a secular celebration of the rebirth of nature.

One of the best things about Easter coloring pages is that kids can go wild with the colors. While Easter eggs should canonically be red to represent the blood of Christ, we tend to skip over that tidbit when talking to toddlers.

Besides, the tradition of dyeing eggs has expanded to include all sorts of interesting colors, patterns, and designs.

We recommend having your children take a crack at coloring these printables several days before the holiday. If they get excited, you could have them paint styrofoam, wooden, or plastic eggs together, too.

Once the project is complete, you can scatter the eggs around the yard or use them to contribute to a public egg hunt at the nearest park.

More Easter Bunny Coloring Pages for Kids

As you might have noticed, most of our printable coloring sheets are geared toward the younger crowd. But if you’re looking for different design styles, we have several recommendations for you.

Lauren Greutman and Best Coloring Pages for Kids have drawings with more religious symbolism. There are images of Christ, his tomb, crosses, spring lilies, and eggs, as well as the Easter Bunny on both of those pages.

Super Coloring has a wide array of art styles at different levels of difficulty. We particularly like the Easter Mandalas on their site. Still, kids might prefer doing Easter-inspired drawings of famous cartoon characters instead.

Easter coloring pages for kids
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