Looking for a fun winter activity for your children? Download and print these free printable penguin coloring pages for kids of all ages.
From traditional Emperor Penguins to cute little Blue Penguins, there are plenty of different winter coloring pages for inspiration. You will find penguins in different types of icy terrains with glaciers, frozen water, and icebergs.
These free coloring pages are an excellent way for your little ones to practice their coloring skills while learning about different types of penguins and their habitats, like Antarctica. It’s fun and educational!
This fun activity will help your children improve their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and creativity. Kids can experiment with color combinations, shades, and even backgrounds. So, as your little ones embark on this coloring adventure, they’re not just playing and having fun – they’re developing critical skills that will help them in school and beyond.
Whether you are looking for penguin coloring sheets for younger kids like toddlers and preschoolers or older kids, there is a wide range of different designs to cater to all age groups. This penguin activity is great for snow days when you are stuck indoors.
Grab your crayons, colored pencils, and markers, and let’s bring these penguins to life.
Penguin Coloring Pages for Younger Kids
This one features an adorable penguin ready to play, surrounded by a flurry of delicate snowflakes and snow with the words “Winter Fun.” Your children can experiment with various shades of blue for the snowy backdrop.
This sheet is a great tool for teaching young children about the letter ‘P’ and the word “Penguin.” It’s perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners learning their letters and word association. The penguin’s face invites children to practice their fine motor skills as they color.
This little baby penguin is snug in a Santa hat, floating on a piece of melted glacier in icy water under a starry night sky. It would make a good discussion about the effects of climate change. You could also talk about how penguins are excellent swimmers.
Welcome to a snowy day in penguin land, where our fluffy penguin friend stands in front of an igloo, surrounded by snowfall and evergreen trees. This one is perfect for young kids who are just beginning to explore the world of color. It’s also a wonderful way to discuss the penguin’s natural habitat.
Step into a winter wonderland with this one featuring a penguin with towering evergreen trees and snowflakes in the background. It’s a great opportunity to experiment with shading and texture with the trees.
Get in the holiday spirit with this one. Here’s a cute baby penguin wearing cozy winter accessories and holding a Christmas present. It’s the perfect choice for encouraging little ones to think about gift-giving and the joy of the season.
This cute, winking penguin scene perfectly captures the whimsical fun of winter. It’s a great way to excite your little ones about wintertime adventures.
Penguin Coloring Pages for Older Kids
Embark on an educational Antarctic adventure with this one. It opens the door to discussing the Emperor Penguin’s habitat, diet, and even the architecture of an igloo, making it a full-on educational journey to the South Pole!
Here, penguins are taking a stroll through the snow. This scene would make a good discussion about community and friendship in the animal kingdom. Kids can have a blast adding a pop of wintery shades to the mountains. You could even add some glitter to the snow.
This coloring page features a penguin family with a proud parent penguin and her baby chicks with snow-capped mountains and evergreens in the background. It’s a great way for kids to explore the concept of family in the animal kingdom.
This little guy is all set for Christmas! He’s wearing reindeer antlers and pulling a wagon with a Christmas tree. Your children will love decking out the tree in bright reds and greens!
Here, a friendly bear and penguin are all set to enjoy a snowy adventure. Children can use a symphony of cool blues and whites to depict the season’s chill or go with a kaleidoscope of colors to make the duo’s winter accessories pop against the snowy backdrop.
Here, a penguin holds a star with the words winter wishes above. It’s a great way for your little ones to make a wish and add a splash of color to the holiday season!