Free Printable Winter Coloring Pages for Kids

Published: January 8, 2024 · Updated: April 3, 2024 by Sacha — This post may contain affiliate links. Read our full disclosure.

If your kids are looking for a fun activity to keep them occupied during the winter break, they’ll love these cute winter coloring pages! This free download is perfect for younger kids and older kids alike, and it would be a fantastic way to entertain your kids during the holiday season.

It can be magical when snow starts falling outside, and our kids always look forward to all the fun outdoor activities that they can do in the wintertime.

But on days where we can’t make it outside, it’s always practical to have a fun indoor activity to offer them. And when that happens, coloring pages are one of my go-to’s.

These winter coloring sheets are appropriate for a variety of different age groups, and they are the perfect activity for days when you’re low on time… or low on supplies. They are also a great way to get kids to amuse themselves independently while you’re busy checking off one of the million tasks on your to-do list.

So grab the printable for free below and take it out the next time your kids are looking for something to do. This activity is perfect for both the winter holidays and the Christmas season!

Related: Free Winter Tracing Worksheets for Kids

Vertical mockup of 5 winter-themed colouring pages.

How to Print These Free Coloring Sheets

After you download the PDF files to your computer, print the pages on US Letter-sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches) and hand them over to your kids along with their favorite crayons, markers or pencils. Feel free to print out the pages as many times as you need.

You can also print out the pages on A4 paper if that works better for the type of printer you own. If you do, double-check your printer settings and make sure that nothing is being cut off by adjusting the print size using the “Scale to Fit” setting.

Download Your Free Winter Coloring Pages

To download these coloring sheets, click the download link below each image—no sign-up required. (Make sure you click the links to download the coloring pages in PDF format, as the preview images in this article are not print resolution.)

Snowman colouring page.


Penguin colouring page.


Winter clothes colouring page.


Hot cocoa colouring page.


Colouring page featuring one giant snowflake.


Please note that these coloring pages are for personal use and school use only and cannot be redistributed. When sharing this printable, please link to this article rather than directly to the files. You can read our full printables terms of use here.

Who Is This Activity For?

These coloring pages are perfect for a variety of age groups, including toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school students. The designs are simple enough for younger kids, but intricate enough for intricate enough for older kids. For a similar activity, check out these winter coloring bookmarks from my shop.

If you have a young child at home (or if you are a preschool or kindergarten teacher), you may also enjoy these free winter tracing worksheets or these winter Q-tip sheets. These two sets of printables are great for helping little ones practice their fine motor skills!

Can I Use This Printable in My Classroom?

Yes! I am always happy to support fellow educators, so you can absolutely use these coloring sheets in your classroom.

Just make sure that if you are recommending these coloring pages to one of your colleagues, you send them to this page rather than linking directly to the PDFs or emailing them the files.

More Ways to Keep Kids Busy This Winter Season

These coloring pages are perfect for days when you don’t have much time and are looking for an activity that requires no prep or complicated supplies. But on days where you do have more time, here are some fun ideas you can try:

  • Use real snow to make an erupting snow volcano. You can do this fun experiment both outdoors or outdoors.
  • Bring the snow indoors by placing it in a bin. This one is great for days when it’s too cold to go outside, but your kids still want to play with the snow.
  • Make some simple snowflake window clings that actually change colors when they’re exposed to sunlight. This is possibly our favorite winter craft ever!
  • Grab some snow from outside and use it to make snow ice cream. I know it sounds weird, but it actually tastes pretty good, and it’s something our kids always look forward to every time we have a heavy snowfall.

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