Bugs Bunny is an iconic character that was first introduced in 1940. He has provided children and adults with many years of laughter and enjoyment. Being the popular rabbit that he is, thousands of different Bugs Bunny merchandise have been created throughout the years, including coloring pages. Bugs Bunny coloring pages are not only a fun way to pass a rainy day spent inside, they also provide various benefits and opportunities that you may not get with other coloring page subjects.
Welcome to our collection of free BUGS BUNNY coloring pages. Click the Bugs Bunny pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
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People Of All Ages Love Bugs Bunny
Bugs Bunny spans over 8 decades, which means he has been around for most, if not all, of our lives. Because of this, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who didn’t know who he was. Even if your child isn’t familiar with Bugs Bunny, coloring pages is a great way to introduce them to his antics. He’s a silly rabbit after all, and what child wouldn’t like that? Furthermore, this gives you an excuse to watch old Bugs Bunny cartoons with your kids and show them the cartoons that you loved as a child. What’s even better is that Bugs Bunny, as well as other Looney Tunes characters, are available to stream on various online platforms. This means you won’t have to go hunting for them at a store. You can simply stream them from the comfort of your home.
Various Environments and Situations
Bugs Bunny coloring pages keep things interesting and entertaining with various environments and situations. Bugs Bunny doesn’t just spend his day in the garden eating carrots. He’s out in the world, visiting different areas and getting himself into all kinds of situations. So one coloring page may be the rascally rabbit on a boat out on the ocean, while another coloring page has him in the middle of the desert among the cacti. This will help prevent children from becoming bored with the same type of scenes to color.
Other Characters are Usually Involved
Bugs Bunny is typically not alone and features various other characters in his cartoons. Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam are just a few of the other Looney Tunes characters that you may find in Bugs Bunny coloring pages. This gives your children a chance to color other characters along with Bugs Bunny and helps keep the activity from turning stale and mundane.
Teach Your Children About Bunnies and Rabbits
While you and your children are coloring Bugs Bunny, you can teach them all about bunnies and rabbits. For example, even though rabbits have almost 360-degree vision, baby bunnies are born with their eyes shut. Also, did you know that a male rabbit is called a buck, a female rabbit is called a doe, and a baby rabbit is called a kit. They are extremely social creatures that do best when in groups. You can even take it a step further and discuss with your kids the plants that rabbits like to eat, and then plant those in your yard to entice wild bunnies to come and visit.
Have Carrots as a Snack
Bugs Bunny does love his carrots, and he is often pictured with the infamous orange vegetable in his hand. Bugs Bunny coloring pages give you the opportunity to possibly switch out less than healthy snacks for some carrots. And most parents know just how hard it is to get children to eat vegetables. Having a plate of baby carrots with a side of low-fat ranch dressing can help tame those rumbling bellies while coloring.