Native American Indian Coloring Books and Free Coloring Pages
Educational Coloring Books
American Indian Tribal Art
I enjoy the Native American coloring books and coloring pages with the native traditional styles. American Indian Tribal designs are beautiful in bright or muted colors. The Dover stained glass coloring books and the ones with high-quality paper coloring pages are treasures to collect or give as fun gifts.
I hope you enjoy the Native American coloring books. They make wonderful gifts for children and senior citizens. Coloring truly is a therapeutic activity for all ages!
Dreamcatchers Stained Glass Coloring Book
8 - 14 years, 5 Star Rating
According to Native American legend, the dreamcatcher protects people from nightmares by catching bad dreams, when placed above someone's bed. The legend of the Dreamcatchers began with the Sioux Nation, some artifacts are dated as far back as 700 A.D.
This truly is a remarkable collection of stained glass coloring pages that includes: 16 decorative dreamcatcher designs that are decorated with feathers, beads, leather lace webs, and other ornaments.
Artists love to create things by coloring with crayons and markers, or painting with watercolor pencils. It is a fun hobby! It is relaxing and even therapeutic to create with colors and great for any age from kids to adults, as well as seniors. And, it can be a fun family activity or for school projects with classmates.
One thing is for sure when I get the color crayons and colored pencils out with black paper or line drawing, the fun begins, especially together with children. My kids and my grand children have all enjoyed these activities books since they were able the scribble.
Dreamcatcher Coloring Page
Native American Art and Music Video
The Dreamcatchers remind me of the medicine wheels that were and are made by placing stones on the ground in the shape of a circle, some have rocks making a mandala design in the circle, (much like the Catchers). They are used for religious and spiritual ceremonies that hold great meaning.
Indian Tribes of North America
I love Dover coloring books for their detailed line drawings and educational value. This is an engaging coloring book that tells the stories of the tribes of North America in historical pictorial form.
My favorites are coloring pages with horses. The "Old West" and the ancient way of the native people are fascinating to me. I can not travel back in time and in a way I do just that in my imagination. Creative people are like that. Coloring can take us to a different time and place in history as we learn about how the cultures of the times were through drawings.
I have loved Native American designs for as long as I can remember. Through out my life I feel better with bright and muted color combinations and ancient symbols.
Admittedly, I have a fascination of history through art. Aw, but there are many rewards through relaxation therapy such as coloring.
"The soldiers never explained to the government when an Indian was wronged, but reported the misdeeds of the Indians." - Geronimo
I Love Native American Coloring Books
I am not Native American, but I appreciate the different tribes' artistic expressions in multi-media. From the carved totem poles with black bears and bald eagles of the Northwest tribes, to beautifully crafted clay pottery and woven rugs of the Southwest Indians.
The Native American themed coloring books have an exceptional line drawing renditions that portray historical ancient cultures and traditional wardrobes. I get excited when I see excellent activity coloring books that are educational for kids and for adults, too.
Native American Clipart
In this book, there are extremely good line drawings of scenes that show more than four centuries of Native American tribal lifestyles. Some of them are drawings of the Pequot and the Massachusett hunters from the early 1600s. There are sketches of Ottawa warriors from the 17th and 19th centuries, and an Iroquois woman who is busy pounding corn for cooking meals with. It is interesting to see detailed drawings of full dress tribal wardrobes and to color them.
Indian Chief and Horse Coloring Page
Southwest Indian Designs
The designs are printed on translucent velum paper. Each coloring page will give you the look and feel of stained glass art when displayed near a light source or in a window. If you like coloring geometric designs, you will love the Native American cultural art pages in this book.
Southwest Designs are beautiful on pottery, rug, and robs ... you name it. I an a designer on Zazzle and love creating tribal designer product.
"The Great Spirit is in all things, he is in the air we breathe. The Great Spirit is our Father, but the Earth is our Mother. She nourishes us, that which we put into the ground she returns to us...." - Big Thunder
How To Display Stained Glass Coloring Pages
The best way I have found to display the stained glass coloring pages, is to use solid clear plastic frames with suction cups on them. Place the finished designs in the plastic frames and stick them on a window. Kids love it when they can see their artwork on display. Or, you can showcase your children's art work in clear contact paper.
Native American Art
Warriors were not killers, they were protectors of their own people.
The Southwestern designs are nice for decorative touches and accents in the home. When I was living in the tipi, I used the Southwestern designs for more of a Native American feel.
You see I really am passionate about the ancient Plains Indians lifestyle too, and lived in a Sioux style lodge. I am a full blooded Finn Lander.
Northwest Coast Indians Coloring Book
In this history coloring book, you will learn about the Northwest Coast Indians while having a fun activity book to relax with and color wonderfully designed wardrobes. The Northwest Coast Indians are noted for their totem polls and other artful wood working skills. In this coloring book children and adult coloring artists will learn their talents and colorful designs.
Some of my favorite designs are of the Hopi ceremonial wardrobes, and I love the Zuni peoples' handmade shields and the artistically designed Anasazi pottery. Of course, it is the Navajo jewelry, the decoratively patterned rugs and most interesting sand paintings I marvel at. Then, there is the Pueblo peoples' pottery that intrigues me and is pleasing to my eyes.
Tipi Coloring Page
Indian Chief Osceola Picture
Free Clip Art
List of North American Tribes and Nations
A list of the North American tribes and nations of interest to me:
- Seminoles Nation of Oklahoma
- Mohawk people of Oregon
- The Six Nations of the Iroquois or Haudenosaunee
- Crow Nation
- Sioux Nation
- The Cherokee Nation
- Huron or Wyandot people
- Southwestern and Northwestern Tribes
- Kiowa Indians of Oklahoma
- The Navahos
All of these tribes are well noted for their artistic culture, and traditional ways. I studied and did research on these tribes. Much of their art is functional and to be used for purposes other than designs, but are attractive and handmade by skilled crafts people.
Ancient North American Indians knew that animals made their lives easier in this world. There was a time where almost everything Indians used and ate came from animals. The bear was never killed in anger but was esteemed as a brother or a friend. The hunter believed that by creating an image of the animal, that it would please its spirit, and that the spirit of the animal would live forever.
- For Example, A bear spirit mask was made of wood and bear fur, and the eyes and teeth were inlays of sea shells, bones or stones. Brilliant colors were typically used for a powerful animal mask.
I love the native costumes with fringed deerskin leathers and suede, beautifully beaded designs and Bald Eagle feathers. This is a colorful dancer image with painted face, and artfully done. A fine example of how you might want to color some line drawings yourself.
Just below is a free Pow Wow Dancer coloring page of this colorful Native American dancing in a traditional wardrobe.
Pow Wow Dancer
Totem Pole at Kabetogama Lake
Totem Pole Coloring Example
All of my life I have enjoyed seeing this Totem Pole. This is a photo of the totem after having been restored and given a fresh colorful coat of paints. I like the bright colors of red, golden yellow, green, and white with the color black that makes the brighter colors stand out.
If you are coloring a totem pole coloring page then this is an excellent example. This is a photo from my private collection.
Oglala Lakota Camp Line Drawing 1859
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One of my favorite coloring books.
Indian Life in Pre-Columbian North America Coloring Book
Indian Life in Pre-Columbian North America Coloring Book (Dover History Coloring Book)
This exceptional Indian Life in Pre-Columbian North America book by Dover History Coloring Books is one that I have especially enjoyed when I lived in a Native American Sioux style lodge. Let me tell you, that was a great experience for me on many different levels. And, that is how I feel about this activity book. It took me back in time to an era before Columbus came to what we know as the United States of America.
In a way I wish the native people had not been disturbed and that they could have kept the territories that the different tribes had. Things would have much different for the indigenous people, life would have remained simpler, It was a hard life for them during harsh winters, but I believe they would have evolved greatly on their own. But the technology and advancements many have been small in comparison to what it is today.
"I was born on the prairies where the wind blew free and there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I was born where there were no enclosures." -
Native American Indian Coloring Pages
- The Indian Years Coloring Book
This coloring book was adapted from The Indian Years (Living with the Texas , published by the Office of the State Archeologist, Texas Historical Commission.
- Native American Coloring Pages
Native American coloring pages for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school children to print and color.
- Native American Indian Coloring Pages - Bing Images
There are many free Native American Indian coloring pages to see on Bing image search. I bookmarked it here for you.
- Woman With Baby In Cradle-board Drawing To Color
There are several sizes on the line drawing to choose from, so I will just let you do that.