There are 5 interesting dinosaur scenes in this pack. We've kept the dinosaurs and backgrounds as realistic as possible, and there's lots to learn from and details to colour in.
Dinosaur Colouring Pages
Enjoy these dinosaur colouring pages for kids. We've got everything you need: a mixture of fun dinosaur colouring pages for younger children, and more realistic dinosaurs for older kids. Whether you are tackling an educational dinosaur project at school or home, or just looking for a fun creative activity for dinosaur-mad children, we have it here!
Colouring in all the details on this Anchisaurus colouring page might be a challenge, but we think the end result will be worth it!
This detailed colouring page features the ankylosaurus. It is just one of many dinosaur colouring pages here at Activity Village.
There's a lot of detail to colour in on this Archaeopteryx colouring page, so it's great for older kids too.
There are 10 detailed baby dinosaur scenes in this pack for the kids to print and colour. They are cute rather than realistic, with just enough detail to keep kids busy for a while without being intimidating! And we are sure they will enjoy colouring in these goofy dinos!
There are 10 more lovely baby dinosaur colouring pages in this pdf file - perfect for keeping a whole classroom, group or party of kids busily colouring in, particularly if you combine it with our batch 1 colouring pages too.
There are 10 cute baby dinosaurs in this colouring pack, in landscape format - providing so much fun for younger children to colour in! Why not distribute them at a dinosaur party, or colour one a day ...
The Coelophysis might not have been the largest dinosaur but it still looks quite fierce! Colour in a picture of one on this page.
D is for Dinosaur - and you'll be sure of that when you've coloured in this fun letter D colouring sheet!
Here's a fun picture of a dinosaur in a prehistoric landscape to print and colour in. Can you name the dinosaur too?
There is lots to look at and discover while the kids are colouring in this dinosaur scene. There's a plateosaurus eating foliage from a tall tree, and other dinosaurs to be identified and coloured in too.
The dinosaur in the foreground of this dinosaur scene colouring page is instantly recognisable as a stegosaurus - but can the kids recognised the fierce-looking allosaurus in the background too?
Both the dinosaurs in this dinosaur scene colouring page have long necks so that they can reach foliage high up on trees, but can the kids recognise them as a brachiosaurus and diplodocus?
There are 3 dinosaurs in this dinosaur scene colouring page, coming down to the river to drink - a triceratops, a parasaurolophus and an ankylosaurus. Perhaps the kids could do some research on the dinos before colouring in the scene.
The tyrannosaurus rex and ankylosaurus look like they might be ready for a fight in this exciting dinosaur scene colouring page!
Here's a herd of funny dinosaurs all ready to be coloured in on this fun dinosaur circle colouring page.
The diplodocus is often a favourite dinosaur, and you can enjoy colouring in a picture of one with our colouring page!
There are lots of different ways to use Activity Village colouring pages and printables. In this guest post, Shelly and her family use colouring pages for their own drawing ideas.
There's something quite cute about the mammoth on this colouring page! Grab some crayons and enjoy colouring in the picture...
Did you know that the Plateosaurus was one of the first dinosaurs to be discovered as a fossil? You can colour in a picture of one on this printable page.
This little girl is having fun playing with her toy dinosaur. Can the children colour her in, and the dinosaur too?
Although the procompsagnathus look quite cute, he was a carnivore so probably best avoided! Here's a procompsagnathus to colour in.
Colour in this picture of a Smilodon, an extinct sabre-toothed cat which lived approximately 2.5 million to 10,000 years ago.
The spinosaurus was the biggest of all the carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than Tyrannosaurus! Colour in our picture of one here.
Colour in our picture of a stegosaurus, the large, plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the Jurassic Period.
The meaning of Triceratops is 'three-horned face'! We've got a colouring page of a triceratops to print below...
This lovely triceratops looks like quite a friendly dinosaur! We're sure the kids will enjoy colouring in his picture...
Here's a colouring page featuring the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex, a seriously big dinosaur that was over 6m tall!
Grab your pens or crayons and have a go at colouring in perhaps the most famous, fearsome dinosaur of them all, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The velociraptor is one of the most well-known dinosaurs thanks to films like Jurassic World. Here's a picture of one to colour in...