No one really knows what colors the dinosaurs were. That’s why you see them in all sort of hues. Sometimes they’re green, sometime’s they’re brown, sometimes they’re turquoise.
When your kids color these free printable dinosaur coloring pages, they’ll be able to decide what color to make these extraordinary prehistoric beasts. A red triceratops? All right. A fluorescent orange velociraptor? Why not? Who can say it’s not accurate? After all, none of us were there to provide evidence to the contrary.
To download one of the dinosaur coloring pages, click the coloring page thumbnail images.
Brachiosaurus Coloring Page
Color the little brachiosaurus. Scribble away until the black and white picture is brought to life.
Stegosaurus Coloring Page
Take your magic markers to this primitive herbivore.
Velociraptor Coloring Pages
The formidable velociraptor. Choose between the more intimidating non-feathery predator, and the less-scary but accurate feathered version.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Coloring Page
This old brute still holds the record of king of dinosaurs in my book.
Plesiosaur Coloring Page
The plesiosaur was an ancient sea monster during the time of the dinosaurs. Many people think that Scotland’s Lochness Monster may be a plesiosaur that survived the dino extinction event. Maybe. Or perhaps it’s just a clever bit of highland marketing.
Triceratops Coloring Page
Baby Dinosaur Coloring Page
All baby animals are adorable, including dinosaurs. Some animals, like dogs, become loyal companions when they become adults. Others, like this lil’ tyrannosaur, will eat you whole.
Want to download more free dino printables? Visit the Dinosaurs Theme Section of Tim’s Printables.
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