Hi friends! We are so glad you landed on today’s Lion Coloring Pages For Kids collection post! Anyway, since it’s Lion King fever everywhere, we think it’s the perfect time for some lion themed coloring projects. And that’s why we’ve gathered these cute and easy lion coloring pages for kids – perfect to celebrate The Lion King or any other lion you love!
No matter which lion coloring pages are in your book basket, these easy lion coloring pages for kids will make the perfect follow-up activity!
Whether your kids are into Lion King, The Lion Guard on Disney Channel, or just love zoo animals of all kinds, here’s a great round-up of easy lion coloring pages for kids of all ages.
There are coloring pages for kids from 4-15 on the list below so you’re sure to find something to inspire your child’s crafty side.
There’s always a good excuse to get coloring pages, right?! So keep scrolling to see all our lion themed colorings on our site right now. There’s even a few with free coloring printable templates to get you started with ease.
With our simple step by step how to color a lion page, you will be drawing a lion of your own in no time.
Children can print, color and assemble their very own lion that actually pops from the page! Our easy paper lion coloring pages will help them explore shape and fine motor skills, and it also incorporates a color study.
Children are encouraged to play with colored pencils and discover how many shades of yellow or oranges they can create; it’s a super engaging way to introduce color theory to children, help them experiment and get them thinking about outcomes.
Children’s finished coloring artwork would make a fabulous display. They could even post a lion coloring picture of their creation on their favourite zoo’s social media!
Happy coloring, my dear friends! Don’t forget to share coloring pictures with us of your child’s Lion King inspired creations!
Are you looking for more Zoo Animal coloring activities? If so, be sure to check out these posts from Mitraland.com! We’re sure to help you round out an entire Zoo Animals unit study!