Today, we have free beautiful Puerto Rico flag coloring pages. Download these bandera de Puerto Rico coloring sheets, print the pdf file, and grab your favorite blue, red, and white crayons!

This national flag set, free printable coloring pages, representing the national symbol of Puerto Rico is perfect coloring fun for kids of all ages.

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These printables are ready to be colored!

Free printable puerto Rico coloring pages

Let’s celebrate the flag of Puerto Rico with these coloring pages full of free history lessons on Puerto Rican independence. Speaking of celebrating, that is perfect for Puerto Ricans!

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These Puerto Rico flag free printables are just waiting for some color!

The Richly Historical Puerto Rico Flag Coloring Pages

Our first page in this pack showcases the motionless flag of Puerto Rico in all its glory. With the still flag, you can see all the features from the red stripes, white stripes, to the blue triangle, and white star.

This easy to color page is a great way for first grade and 2nd grade students to explore every section of the flags history.

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Download this Puerto Rico coloring page for adults and kids alike!

The Majestic Flying Puerto Rico Flag Coloring Page

The second flag in the coloring page set is the lofty Puerto Rico flag flying by the Caribbean Sea. There’s a lot of empty space for younger children to use large crayons or a paint brush with no problems. Older kids can add extra clouds to their coloring page to create more detail.

Download & Print Free Puerto Rico Coloring Pages pdf Here


This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

Things You Might Not Know About The Puerto Rico Flag

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico flag, created to get support for independence from Spain was first accepted at Chimney Corner Hall, New York City by a group of 59 Puerto Ricans, including Juan de Mata Terreforte. They were promoting the ideal of Puerto Rican independence from Spain in the el Grito de Lares. Since Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, the flag is flown only with the American flag to it’s left and at the same height.

Developmental Benefits of Coloring Pages

We know coloring pages as just plain fun, but they also have some really great benefits for both kids and adults:

  • For kids: Fine motor skill development and hand-eye coordination develop with the action of coloring or painting coloring pages. It also helps with learning patterns, color recognition, structure of drawing and so much more!
  • For adults: Relaxation, deep breathing and low-set up creativity are enhanced with coloring pages.

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