Simple Easter Egg Coloring Pages for Kids
Best Places to Find Free Easter Egg Coloring Pages
Now, if your kids work through these illustrations at lightning speed, you’ll find free printable coloring pages on other sites. Here are some of the best ones we’ve come across.
When you go to this site, the first thing you’ll see is several coloring pages with blank eggs of varying sizes. Those are fantastic blueprints for kids who like expressing their creativity on coloring sheets. However, if you scroll further down, you’ll also see plenty of other designs.
Remember, the higher the number of eggs on a sheet, the smaller they’ll come out when you print them. So keep that in mind, particularly if you have really young children or toddlers. In our experience, a small coloring surface can produce a disaster in the wrong tiny hands.
The easter egg coloring sheets on this site are pretty sophisticated in comparison to the others we’ve shown so far. They come in a range of different patterns, from the basic parallel lines in different styles to more folksy designs. Some of the eggs even show three-dimensional perspective in the curve of the design.
Overall, many of these illustrations would charm kids of all ages. However, some of them are so intricate that only kids over the age of seven would be able to do them justice. Make of that what you will!
The coloring pages on this site feature a mix of cute, creative, and even abstract Easter egg designs. While most of the pictures are done in the standard cutesy style, we also spotted some intricate patterns. The latter would be perfect for older children — you could even color in those pages together!
And if none of the coloring sheets on the first page appeal to you, remember to click through to the second. Those feature more Easter Bunny illustrations, so if your kids are excited about that aspect of the holiday, play it up!
ColoringHome Easter egg printables are a collection of various Easter-themed designs. Some of them are basic egg coloring pages (with and without patterns), while others show the eggs in baskets.
Less than half of the coloring sheets feature the Easter Bunny in different art styles. More surprisingly, we even spotted a stray Patrick Star from SpongeBob SquarePants, hanging out in a cracked Easter egg. That just goes to show that this page is sure to have something your kids will like!
Even though most of the Easter egg coloring pages on this site are fairly standard illustrations featuring a single egg per page, there are some standouts. Namely, some of the patterns drawn on the eggs are quite interesting, especially the floral designs.
Additionally, we are partial to the design depicting six Easter Bunnies in symmetrical poses. But of course, not all of these printables are so basic. Some of them also show eggs in groups or baskets.
The many printables on this page are separated into seven categories. The first group of illustrations mostly feature the Easter Bunny. Once you scroll past that, you’ll see more pages depicting Easter baskets or simple spreads showing six eggs per page.
If you care to look into the other categories of illustrations, you’ll find ones with stronger religious themes or simply ones that lean into other spring motifs. Between those two groups, you’ll find more intricate designs that are more suitable for adults or older children. Finally, the last two groups feature chicks and lambs.
RaisingOurKids has provided us with fifteen treasures to add to our egg baskets. Our favorite is the Best Egg of All design, featuring a large egg with a bunny face and a flower crown. However, you’ll also find other designs, and even a few blank eggs your kids can color in as they see fit. But of course, kids usually do that anyway!
CrazyLittleProjects have compiled a collection of the simplest Easter egg designs we’ve found online. You have pictures of bunnies next to egg baskets, chicks coming out of decorated eggs, or just girl and boy chicks standing next to each other.
The only small coloring fields are the patterns on the eggs, so those will be a pleasant challenge to kids who’ve not yet developed hand-eye coordination. Overall, we think these printables are the best ones you could get if you have really young kids or toddlers.
Crayola is an internationally known craft supplies company so, naturally, some of the best Easter egg coloring pages we found are from its site. The page we’ve linked to depicts four eggs with different patterns your kids could color. Next to the eggs, you’ll find text instructing you to cut them out and hide them around the house for your kids to find.
Even though the Easter egg coloring pages on RedTedArt are marketed toward adults, that shouldn’t stop you from printing them out for your kids. You’ll find links to three kid-approved printables on the site. If you have young children, we recommend printing out the single egg design with big, expressive floral patterns.
Conversely, older kids may appreciate the picture of multiple eggs with different patterns stacked on top of each other. And if you or your older kids want a bit of a challenge, go for the egg Mandala pattern, which also features a single egg, filled in with geometric scribbles.
JustColor offers many Easter egg coloring pages with intricate designs inspired by Mandalas. While you could print them out to calm your own nerves, most kids would love them too!
There are even printables featuring 16 and 32 eggs with different patterns and ornaments. If you print those out, you could cut the eggs out and hang them around the house in time for Easter Sunday! Other coloring sheets are just as detailed but mostly feature one large egg covering the whole page.
This site offers a collection of six coloring pages that come together to form a gigantic Easter egg. The finished result is a whimsically festive home decor element your kids can have a hand in making! You can trim the edges and put the egg together before or even after the kids are finished coloring the sheet.
The images on the coloring pages form a picture of a meadow with a sky featuring rainy clouds, a rainbow, and the sun and moon. And you probably won’t notice all the flowers, bunnies, chicks, and eggs on the meadow once you see the face drawn over the sky!