Our April coloring pages have arrived full of April showers and other fun April themed coloring page designs. Kids of all ages will love the big creative pictures to color. Teachers and parents can download and print them right now for free to brighten the rainy days.

April coloring pages - Kids Activities Blog - Printed pdf version of 7 of the April coloring pages in this spring coloring page set shown on rain background
Let’s stay dry inside with some April coloring pages!

Free April Coloring Pages to Print

Bring on the showers because we have a fun selection of April coloring sheets you can download and print by pushing the blue button right here:

Related: Spring coloring pages

We have 15 fun April themed coloring pages available to print and color. There are pages with cute animals, little kids, puddles, rain, and more!

April coloring pages for kids - Kids Activities Blog - two more of the April coloring pages printed pdf versions on the background of an umbrella that is colorful
April coloring pages are so much fun!

April Showers Coloring Sheets

  1. April with a rainbow
  2. Penguin in the April rain
  3. Boy holding an umbrella for April showers
  4. Girl holding an umbrella for April showers
  5. Girl in the spring rain
  6. Two kids in a mud puddle
  7. Boy holding a boat in a puddle
  8. Girl in a raincoat and hat
  9. Turtle in the spring rain
  10. Owl in the April shower
  11. Alligator in the spring rain
  12. April butterflies
  13. Early bird with a worm
  14. Sun hiding behind the clouds
  15. And a bumblebee

So print off some of the April coloring pages for some great spring-y fun!

Graphics thanks to MyCuteGraphics.com

Download Free April Coloring Pages PDF Files Here

You print one of the April coloring pages…or them all!

April Coloring Page printed pdf version in black and white with the word, APRIL
Let’s color April coloring pages!

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  1. Instructors who are trained in early childhood know that it is important for children's development to base lessons around play and hands activities. For them to learn they use artwork, games, storytelling etc. Coloring fits perfectly in these activities, and you should encourage your kid to draw with lots of colours because it can improve imagination. You should read this article on child’s play and the role on early education.
    It helps them learn different colors, develop fine motor skills, boost imagination, and will prepare them to write.