Coloring pages for Christmas

Who doesn’t like Christmas? For many, it’s the most beautiful time in winter and even in a whole year. And here you’ll find the most related symbols on the very unique selection of printable coloring books for children. Santa Claus, Christmas tree, presents, elf, children and of course clumsy reindeer Rudolph – all these pictures are waiting for some cheerful colors. Of course, each coloring page is for free. Print or download now!

Christmas Card with snowman and bauble

Christmas time printable image

Illustration for coloring presenting birth of Jesus Christ

Picture with Angel

Christmas tree coloring pages

Christmas decoration on free coloring pages

Christmas image with Santa

Cheerful Christmas coloring page for kids

Christmas motive black and white

Pictures to print and colors

star of Bethlehem coloring pages

Christmas tree decoration new coloring page for children

Merry Christmas coloring sheet to print

Winter motive

Christmas pictures to color

Elves on Christmas style coloring page

Santa and a boy on coloring image

Coloring page for children with Christmas symbols

Winter chimney coloring page

Christmas trees coloring books

Easy Christmas coloring page for small child

Santa and Rudolph reindeer

Merry Christmas illustration to color for kids

Picture with Christmas motive

Presents picture to print

Snowman coloring page

Rudolf the red nose reindeer

Chimney boot for present

Elf coloring page

Christmas items

Santa and Rudolph

Gifts presents printable pictures

Elf coloring books

Coloring books for winter time

Mouse with vanilla stick

Santa is coming into chimney

Jesus born

Christ birth to color

Christmas candles printable picture

Merry christmas Santa Claus

Horse to print online

Pictures for christmas

Christmas coloring books pages

Sweet doggie wearing Santa cap

Santa Coloring pages

Just some logo

Questions about coloring pages

Just hover your mouse cursor over the question to see the correct answer!

1. What’s the name of the most famous and a little bit clumsy reindeer from a horse-drawn carriage of Santa?

This reindeer is Rudolf.

2. Where does Santa live?

He lives in Lapland.

3. What color is the beard of Santa Claus?

It’s white.

5. What color is Santa's outfit?

His outfit is mostly red.

6. How do we call traditional songs sung during Christmas?

We call them Carols.

Coloring pages and fascinating facts about Christmas:

  • A Carol „Silent Night” has been translated into more than 300 languages and dialects
  • First German artificial Christmas tree was made of goose feathers. So far our coloring pages present more traditional trees only.
  • A living Christmas tree before it’s cut down and sold grows about 15 years
  • In Greece Christmas is celebrated for 12 days. But Greek people rather don’t celebrate its Eve. If so, they celebrate it late evening and usually outside – at the bar, club or restaurant.
  • In 1965 two astronauts in orbit reported to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida a strange report. They noticed an unidentified object in space. After a few minutes of silence in Air Force Station from the loudspeakers came the sound of bells and traditional American Carol… played by astronauts on the mouth organ. After landing bells and mouth organs were handed over to the National Air and Space Museum in Washington. You still can see them in that Museum.
  • Artificial Christmas trees are not as ecological as it might seem. As a matter of fact, it should be reused for more than 20 years to be actually more eco-friendly than buying a fresh-cut tree annually
  • The earliest known decorations on Christmas tree were fresh apples.
  • Many zoos all around the world accept donated Christmas trees as food for animals. Christmas trees are a real delicacy for bison, camels and antelopes

Winter, snow and Santa Claus…

Each Christmas coloring page is unlike any other. Lots of famous symbols and characters like: Santa Claus, decorated tree, dreamed and expected gifts, Christmas Eve, snowman with a carrot instead of a nose, Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, cheerful children, snowflakes falling from the sky and more pictures associated with this beautiful, white time. But how it’s possible that all pictures are black and white? Children should restore the whole magic of Christmas coloring books using crayons and their own imagination. As usual, all coloring sheets on can be printed out on a home printer on A4 paper size for free. Have fun and remember to be polite throughout the year!