Looking for a fun activity to keep the kids busy this Easter? You don’t want to miss these Easter coloring pages! With adorable Easter gnomes to color on each page, your kids will be entertained for hours.
The best part is that you can download and print these coloring pages for free! Once your child is done coloring the pages, they can hang them up or give them to a loved one to display throughout the Easter season.
We all know that coloring is fun! But did you know that coloring is also beneficial? Especially for kids.
Coloring requires focus and attention, and it can be used as a calming activity. It helps improve focus, increase creativity, and relieve anxiety.
So, print out these free Easter printables, grab your favorite coloring tool, and color away.
Coloring Pages for All Ages
Coloring pages aren’t just for kids anymore. In fact, they can be quite therapeutic for adults as well.
I enjoyed testing out these coloring pages myself, and I bet you will too!
These gnome coloring pages are a great family activity for parents and kids alike.
I am a little obsessed with gnomes! I have them on my tiered trays and on my mantle. I change them out with each holiday and season.
That’s why I am so in love with these adorable Easter gnomes! There are ten different designs to choose from – if you can choose, that is. You may want to just color them all!
How to Prepare These Printables
These coloring pages are pretty simple to prepare. Just print them on regular printer paper, and you’re all set!
I like to print mine on cardstock, because I think crayons color smoother on cardstock than on printer paper.
You could also cut down some watercolor paper if your kids want to use markers or watercolor pencils. Watercolor paper will help prevent the colors from bleeding.
More Ways to Use These Coloring Pages
Of course, you color the pictures on coloring pages. But, there are so many more ways you can use these pages to inspire creativity in your kids.
Use the image on the coloring page as a picture prompt. Encourage your child to write a creative story about the scene. They can write the story on the back of the page or on a separate sheet of paper.
Take a moment to point out the fact that the word gnome starts with a silent g. Help your kids think of other words that start with a silent letter – knife, write, llama, etc.
More Easter Activities
If your kids enjoy this Easter activity, be sure to check out these printables, book lists, and more! Pick and choose a few to add to your upcoming Easter plans.
- Easter Picture Books
- Easter Chapter Books
- Easter Cut and Paste Worksheets
- Easter Color by Number
- Easter Movies for Kids