We have a great selection of free dragon coloring pages for the dragon and fantasy lover in your house. The dragon coloring pages below not only will help with improving motor skills, creativity, and color awareness, but can create great conversations about fairy tale creatures.
We also have a wide variety of different themed printable coloring pages, for all the other things your dragon lover is interested in. From cars to dinosaurs and more, we've got coloring pages to keep your child coloring and having fun through quite a few boxes of crayons. Enjoy!
Once you find the free dragon coloring pages you're looking for:
1) Select Print on your browser for the dragon coloring page you want for your child. Select the full page option.
2) When you have finished printing the dragon coloring pages you want, close the windows.
3) Give your child some crayons and let them enjoy! If they want more coloring pages, head back to this article and print as many as they want. Make sure to bookmark this page so you can easily return to it.
Other Crafts for Your Dragon or Fantasy Lover
If you're in search of other crafts for your dragon- or fantasy-loving child to do, we've got you covered! There are plenty of things that they can do that will satisfy their love of fantasy. Some will require more supplies than others, but a trip to the art store can be a fun excursion to do with your child!
Have them try drawing their own dragon or fantasy creature. Your child probably has a favorite piece of fantasy media; have them pull inspiration from that for their drawing! Or, have them design their own fantasy creature. The latter is a great way to stimulate their imagination. Give them colored pencils to use, or stick to crayons if those are easier for your child to handle. Once they're done, name the creature they drew and hang it up on the fridge!
Make a fantasy creature out of clay. If your child has a preference for 3D crafts, have them work with clay! You can use Play-doh or more traditional clay for this. If the clay needs to be baked in the oven, make sure your child understands that they are not to use the oven without your supervision. Air dry clay is best, if you can find it. If your child needs references, sit down together and find some fantasy creature images online. Print them off, and leave them with your child while they sculpt.
Draw a dragon face on a paper plate. Paper plates are very versatile when it comes to children's crafts. Have the dragon or fantasy lover in your family draw a dragon face on a paper plate. It can be as detailed or as simple as they want! This is a great way to teach your child about perspective, and to stimulate their imagination. If they want, add ears made out of felt or colored paper.
Paint a fantasy creature. Painting is a great way for your child to make a colorful representation of their favorite fantasy creature, or of a creature they themselves invented! Use watercolor or acrylic paint, whichever your child prefers. Make sure they have a cup of water handy for washing their paintbrush! If your child is too young to easily handle a paintbrush, grab some small sponges and have them use those instead. Once your child's painting is done, hang it up on the fridge for everyone to admire!