Free Coloring Pages | Funny Animals and Fun Facts
Free Printable Animal Coloring Pages That Make Coloring Fun!
Give a child a crayon and a coloring page of favorite animal, and you have a recipe for happiness!
These free printable cartoon animal coloring pages are just a few of the coloring pages in the MakingArtFun.com collection.
We believe that coloring pages provide children with opportunities to express their own unique creative character. Don't be too worried whether or not they are coloring within the lines, picking the right colors, or even sticking the picture on the coloring page. Children may enjoy following their own creative path. Be careful not to judge. You may be suppressing the creative inspirations of the next Picasso. The goal of each coloring opportunity should be to provide fun, and allow for opportunities to draw out the very things that is special about your child.
The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), is also called the tundra mammoth. It is an extinct species. The bones and frozen remains of the wolly mammoth have been discovered in North America and northern Eurasia and Siberia. These animals are the most well known species of mammoth.
The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is a large bear that is found in northern Eurasia and North America. It weight can range from 220 pounds, all the way up to 1,500 pounds. The largest type of brown bear is the Kodiak Bear.
Often referred to as man's best friend, the dog is one of the most widely kept animals in human history. They serve as companions, assist the police and handicapped individuals, and are often trained for hunting and herding. There are approximately 400 million dogs in the world.
There are 440 species of sharks, ranging in size from the dwarf lantern shark that is about the size of a child's hand, to the whale shark that can grow to be 39 feet long.
Monkey's come in different varieties, though all of them have eyes at the front of the head, that gives them the ability to judge distance. Other characteristics include good manual dexterity, well-developed color vision, and an ability to learn skills quickly.
A sheep has a thick coat of fleece all over its body, their hoofs are divided into two toes, and the horns on the head of the rams are typically curved outward. A sheep typically lives for about 7 years.
They are different from a billy goat and not as "smelly".
Bumblebees are big, hairy insects that buzz when they fly. Most of them have black and yellow stripes. They are one of the few insects, along with ladybug and fireflies, that most people like - though they don't really like getting stung.