If you’re an elementary school student who likes earth science, print these fun volcano coloring pages. These coloring pages feature a collection of volcanoes erupting across a prehistoric landscape. There are 3 different coloring pages to choose from, and they’re free for personal and educational purposes.
Volcano Coloring Pages
Downloading Instructions: To save and print a volcano coloring page, right-click on the image of your choice. Then press “Save Link As…” to save it to your computer. (Alternatively, you can also click the image, and the high resolution jpeg will open in your browser. Right-click on it and press “Save Image As…”) Once you’ve downloaded the coloring page, open it your favorite image viewing program, and from there send it to your printer. Remember to scale the volcano coloring page to your paper size.
This is how I imagine the world looked many many million years ago. Hot bubbling magma, rivers of lava, molten stone and a sky blotted out by soot and thick plumes of smoke. Good thing nature has calmed down since then.
Here’s a close up of an erupting volcano. This is a zoomed in crop of the previous volcano coloring page.
Teachers, you also may print these volcano coloring pages for the classroom. Students are welcome to include these illustrations in any educational project they’re working on, including book reports, science fair projects, and homework assignments.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my drawings!
These volcano coloring pages were hand drawn by Tim van de Vall. They are copyright (c) Dutch Renaissance Press LLC. You may print and save these illustrations for personal and educational purposes for home and school. Commercial use is prohibited. If you’d like to share these coloring pages with your friends, please do so by sharing a link to this webpage. You may not save these coloring pages and post them on another website.
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