Black and white doesn’t always have to be boring, and our zebra coloring pages are a great example of this. You’ll love the easy outlines, the detail in each coloring sheet, and the illustrations that show the beautiful black and white striped coats that make zebras so famous. What’s more, our zebra coloring pages are free, easy to download, printable, and provide plenty of entertainment that you and your child can tap into again and again.
Welcome to our collection of free ZEBRA coloring pages. Click the Zebra pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Zebra coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
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Why Coloring Zebras is Fun
If you want your child to engage in a clean and fun activity that will keep them occupied for long periods, you’ll be pleased to know our printable coloring pages are up for the challenge.
For starters, let’s look at why zebras are so interesting and fun to color. When my grandson was still small, he thought a zebra was a horse when he first saw one at the zoo.
He knew all about horses because he’d spent some time at our farm with his grandfather and me. To make things simpler for him, I just told him that horses and zebras are cousins of a sort, and he instantly understood.
Although zebras and horses are not the same species, they both belong to the Equidae family. They can even interbreed, and you wouldn’t believe the names of the offspring! It’s zebroids in general terms, zorse if the parents are a male zebra and a female horse, and hebra if it’s the other way around. Have fun telling that to your kiddo as they work on their coloring page!
Another fun fact you should know about zebras is that they may look like their coats have the same basic pattern, but each zebra has unique stripes. Similarly, each zebra coloring page you download is different from the next, and your child will appreciate the variety of illustrations.
Make the Most of Our Zebra Coloring Pages
The great news is that our zebra coloring pages are not all in black and white, so your kid can still work with various colored pencils, crayons, markers, and pens to keep things exciting. Adding the right amount of color to the background scenes ensures that each drawing has enough definition and looks more realistic.
My grandson likes to call each zebra he sees Marty because he has watched Madagascar so many times. In the animated movie, Marty is an adventurous zebra with a hilarious personality. He likes coloring Marty so much that I have a whole coloring book made up mostly of zebra coloring sheets. He also loves it when I put his art on display on my fridge.
You too can make the most of our zebra coloring pages by downloading as many as you want. They are printable PDFs, so saving them on your computer and converting them to hard copy is easy peasy.
More Coloring Pages for You
If you loved our cute zebra coloring pages, there’s more where that came from. We have many other interesting and captivating coloring pages for kids to explore and learn more about animals. For instance, we have free cheetah coloring pages. Like zebras, which are well-known for their striking appearance, cheetahs’ spotted coats and tear-shaped facial marks are their most notable feature.
Speaking of interesting patterns, our tiger and cow coloring pages will not disappoint. We have everything from simple colorings to advanced animal drawings. The list includes lion, dog, bird, butterfly, and bear coloring pages, plus more. Our animal coloring pages are carefully designed to make coloring a beautiful experience. In addition, your child will never get bored with so many options to choose from and so much to learn!