This yellow-furred, honey loving bear is the most famous bear that you’ll ever get to know. Winnie-the-Pooh lives in the forest with his life-long companions, Christopher Robin; an English boy, Piglet who’s a timid small pig, Eeyore a not so happy donkey, Owl who is a pontificating bird, Rabbit who is always meddlesome and Kanga who is super energetic with Roo her baby who lives in her Pouch. Getting your kids involved in these Winnie-the-Pooh coloring pages is a great way to teach them about different animals. Moreover, they’ll have a lot of fun using different colors. If you want to learn more about this overly friendly bear, you should keep on reading.
Welcome to our collection of free WINNIE THE POOH coloring pages. Click the Winnie-the-Pooh pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Winnie-the-Pooh coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
An illustration of Roo playing in the water with the elephant.
An illustration of Rabbit looking worriedly at a the sad Roo.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh shouting in the woods.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh’s friends, Piglet, Tigger, Owl, and Rabbit playing with marbles.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh sitting on his bed covered in a blanket.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh holding a pot and looking at a tree trunk filled with honey.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh wearing pajamas while sleeping near the window on a rainy day.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh wearing Santa clothes and eating honey in front of the fireplace.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh being carried by balloons to the roof.
An illustration of a messy Winnie the Pooh trying to cook.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh checking his honey pot.
An illustration of Kanga tucking Roo to bed.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh wearing Pajama and a sleeping hat.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh and Tiger tying ribbons and balloons for decoration.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh hanging on a branch trying to get honey from a tree trunk.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh riding on Eeyore’s back with Piglet hanging on it’s tail.
Winnie the Pooh going on a treasure hunt with Tiger, Piglet, Eeyore, and Rabbit.
Winnie the Pooh and Piglet playing on the bridge while holding a honey pot.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin having fun while eating a birthday cake.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh and Piglet playing in the water with the frogs.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh holding a net in the woods.
An illustration of Winnie the Pooh smiling happily while looking at the pots of honey.
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Who is Winnie-the-Pooh?
Not only does Pooh love honey, but he has a tendency of getting himself into a lot of sticky situations. Each book is a collection of different adventures. So, having Winnie-the-Pooh coloring pages will give you plenty of adventures to color in during your spare time. Each story is written to appeal to younger readers and provides comedic relief for older ones. You should enjoy the silly verses that are also evident throughout the story.
The story of Winnie-the-Pooh should provide you insight into the complex nature of human behaviors. One of Pooh’s notable attributes is his kindness. He is always a friend when you need one, and he makes sure that he does all that can to be there for his friends. His relationship with Christopher Robin also highlights the differences and similarities between animals and humans. There are many interesting lessons that you should prepare to find when you learn more about Pooh and his friends.
Interesting Facts about Winnie-the-Pooh
1. Winnie-the-Pooh was a Female Bear
Have you ever wondered why Winnie-the-Pooh has a female’s name? That’s because the real-life teddy bear that inspired the story was originally named Edward. However, the author’s son decided to change his name to Winnie who was a female bear at the London zoo. This bear enjoyed being fed spoonfuls of condensed milk.
2. The other characters were based off real-life stuffed toys
The other characters in the story Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, and Roo were all based on stuffed animals that the author’s son was gifted throughout his childhood. The only ones that were created from imagination were Owl and Rabbit. These stuffed toys are the main reason for the creation of this classical story.
3. The real-life stuffed animals are on display
If you want to know what happened to the stuffed animals that inspired this classic children’s book, you should head over to the New York Public Library. There’s a flagship building that’s become a home for all these stuffed toys. In fact, visitors from all over the world have gone to witness these inspirational characters. There are rumors that the stuffed toy that inspired baby Roo went missing somewhere in the 1930s. This means that it’s the only one that’s not on display at the Library.
4. You can mail birthday cards to Pooh
If you ever feel like wishing your favorite, honey loving bear birthday wishes, you can send a birthday card. The thing is, Winnie-the-Pooh has two celebrations each year. You can either choose the 18th of January or the 21st of August. You can mail your card to the New York Public Library.
5. Pooh has a Hollywood Walk of Fame star
Did you know that some of your beloved fictional characters have stars dedicated to them? The Hollywood Walk of Fame isn’t only for celebrities. You’ll find fictional characters like Mickey Mouse, Snoopy, and Winnie-the-Pooh amongst many others.