The fact is that your child is curious about the moon. She wants to know more about where it is and what it’s doing every time that she sees it. She’ll likely ask you questions about where the moon is or when it will wake up the following day.
Welcome to our collection of free MOON coloring pages. Click the Moon pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Moon coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
An illustration of a tent in front of a bonfire with a moon and the sun aligned above it.
An illustration of a moon with huge eyes floating above the campsite of a raccoon.
An illustration of a sleeping moon on top of three clouds floating over a campsite.
An illustration of a tent in front of a campfire with a big moon and smiling cloud above it.
An illustration of a tent in the camping site with a smiling moon in the sky.
Two moons surrounded by stars with different designs floating above the earth.
An illustration of a huge moon lighting up the streets of a small town.
A mandala style illustration of different moon shapes.
A yin and yang inspired illustration of the moon and the sun.
A happy leaf smiling underneath the moonlight.
A smiling moon with beautiful eyes and hat surrounded by planets and stars.
An illustration of two birds sleeping under the sleeping moon, cloud, and star.
An illustration of a crescent shaped moon surrounded by stars.
An illustration of a cute little unicorn sitting on top of the smiling moon and clouds.
A cute unicorn sleeping on top of the moon surrounded by clouds.
A beautiful illustration of a crescent moon smiling on top of a cloud surrounded by stars.
An illustration of two crescent moons sleeping and a wide awake full moon.
A cute owl wearing a sleeping hat while sitting on the moon.
A little girl with curl hair and wearing pajamas sleeping on the moon.
An illustration of an astronaut sitting on the moon surrounded by stars and clouds.
A little angel with halo and wings sitting on and talking with the moon.
An illustration of a cute bear sleeping on the moon surrounded by starts.
What’s Great about Moon Coloring Pages?
These moon coloring pages are a fun activity that you can do with children of all ages to teach them about the phases of the moon. The great news is that they include a printable PDF version or one that you can download.
Types of Moon Coloring Pages
Our collection of moon coloring pages includes different illustrations that you will enjoy doing. You can choose from any of the following.
- An illustration of the moon and sun that are aligned above a tent that’s placed in front of a bonfire.
- On a campsite, you have an illustration of three clouds that are floating with a sleeping moon next to them.
- An illustration of a large moon accompanied by a smiling cloud overlooking a campfire.
- An illustration of a smiling moon in the sky above a camp rent.
- An illustration of a mandala style moon with different shapes.
Ways to Use Moon Coloring Pages
Coloring your moon illustrations is a great way to not only learn something new, but it gives you a productive way to spend your time with your child. In fact, these moon coloring pages can be a good therapy session for you as an adult. What’s more interesting is that once you’re done coloring your different illustrations, you can still find interesting ways to use them. The following are some of the ways that you can creatively repurpose your moon coloring pages once you’re done with them.
This is likely the easiest way that you can repurpose your moon coloring pages. If you have a wood panel or even thick cardboard, you should grab some glue and stick your favorite illustration on it.
If you have an illustration like the mandala style moon illustration, you can use it as a lovely gift wrapper. The repeating patterns when they have striking colors can turn any ordinary gift wrapper into something special.
The good news is that turning this into a gift wrapper is super easy. All you need is a pair of scissors, tape, and a ribbon.
Decorating your home should be made fun by these easy-to-make paper ornaments. When you’ve finished coloring in your moon pages, you can transform your finished project into this simple craft project. If you want to turn your illustrations into an interesting 3-dimensional decorating ornament, you should have thick card stock to mount it on.
If you’re looking for a functional and pretty way to repurpose your moon coloring pages, then making DIY coasters for your kids is it. If you have ceramic tiles or pieces of wood lying around, you should get creative with this simple craft. With glue, you can mount your completed moon coloring pages the way you would for your wall art.