As promised, I have one last Easter goody for you this year. We’ve had such a positive response to the other Easter printables that it would be great to offer one more thing to keep the kids (and adults) busy. How does a pack of Easter coloring pages sound?
What makes these coloring pages different than all the rest? Well, our family created these adorable, free printable Easter coloring pages to provide the kids something fun to keep them busy and a chance to learn a bit of Spanish simultaneously. On each page, you’ll find both the English word, a picture, and the Spanish translation (courtesy of Super Dad!)
Why pay for a coloring book when you can download these printable coloring pages for free? Just print each page and have your kids color them in. These coloring pages would also be an excellent activity for school, so teachers, this one is also for you to print for your classrooms! We’ve included a bunny, an Easter egg, a basket, and a chocolate bunny with all my daughter’s hand-drawn images.
They can use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or watercolors if you feel extra brave and don’t mind the additional cleanup! Don’t worry if they make a mistake. You can print out another one! Remember to write the date on it so you can reflect on it years from now! You might even want to frame the best and decorate them yearly.
What day is Easter celebrated?
The date we celebrate Easter changes each year. Easter falls on the first Sunday after the Full Moon date, on or after March 21. Easter is celebrated the following Sunday if the Full Moon is on a Sunday.
Why do we celebrate Easter?
Easter is the oldest Christian holiday. Easter is a yearly Christian festival that honors the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He was resurrected three days after being crucified, dying, and buried.
Where did the name Easter come from?
Many historians think Christians named Easter after the pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess Eastre or Eostre to promote conversion. Easter was originally the celebration of Ishtar, the Assyrian and Babylonian fertility goddess. Like the Christian equivalent, Eastre celebrations announced the arrival of spring following winter’s protracted dormancy.
What is the official flower of Easter?
The white lily, also known as an Easter lily, is a flower that frequently appears in the Bible and represents purity, rebirth, new beginnings, and hope. It is most commonly connected with the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter. The Easter lily symbolizes motherhood in Pagan customs and is frequently given to mothers as a token of appreciation. The white lilies are emblems of purity and grace in numerous religions and ideologies.
I hope you and your kids will have fun with the printable Easter coloring pages we put together for you. The best part about them is that it is a free downloadable file, so you can print off as many as you need. You can print them off yearly and watch your children’s creativity change. They are a great wind-down activity for adults as well!
Once your little ones have finished coloring their Easter coloring pages, if you post a photo on social media, we’d love for you to tag @thesupermomlife and encourage others to join in the fun! We can’t wait to see how creative they get!
Print your Easter coloring pages
These Easter coloring pages are easy to download. Just click “Easter coloring pages” to download and enter your name and email address (don’t worry, we hate spam as much as you do and only send out emails once a month or so).
You’ll immediately receive an email with a link to the printable. I recommend printing it directly and saving it to your computer so you can print it again later.
I recommend printing it immediately and saving it to your computer so you can print it again later. If you love these Easter coloring pages, please check out our other printables. We have some for all occasions, with lots more coming soon!
These are all so great. I’ll probably print some of these out for Easter. All the kids always love it when I bring coloring pages for the holidays.
I never knew that the lily was the official flower of Easter. These color sheets look so fun.
How cute! I need to download these for myself…LOL. I know my kids would love these because they love to color and so do I!
I am printing these up next for my littlest one! She will absolutely love these for this week and they will for sure get her excited bout her visit fro the Easter Bunny!
These are such great coloring pages. I know kids will have fun with these and they’re great keepsakes!
My grandkids will love these adorable coloring pages! I feel that Easter is such a special time for families.
I love coloring pages! I do them as a self care activity when I’m stressed and need something quiet to do. Thanks so much for sharing!