Colour your way through the alphabet, starting with our beautifully illustrated A is for Antelope colouring page. You might want to print our colour poster too!
African Animal Colouring Pages
We've got a large collection of original colouring pages of African animals here, including monkeys and apes, elephants, giraffes, snakes, springboks, leopards and more!
This African animals circle colouring page is perfect for both adults and kids to enjoy, and has plenty of fun detail without being too daunting.
The children can learn the letter E with the help of this fun colouring page, with a picture of an elephant for them to colour in...
Our alphabet colouring pages are great for young children who are just starting to learn the alphabet. This one is for the letter L, and has a fun picture of a lion to colour in!
We simply had to have a zebra on our alphabet colouring page for the letter Z! We have similar fun colouring pages for the rest of the alphabet, too...
Here is a simple ape colouring page (complete with word underneath the picture) for you to print for your kids to colour.
Our baboon colouring page features a very happy looking baboon that children are sure to have fun colouring.
Grab some crayons or felt-tip pens and colour in this detailed jungle scene featuring a family of baboons - don't forget to colour in the cute baby!
Print and colour in our stately camel colouring page. It's a simple outline suitable for younger children, with the name written underneath the picture.
This colouring page features a lovely scene of two camels in a desert, with enough detail to keep the older kids occupied too.
We've got lots of colouring pages featuring big cats here at Activity Village. This one features the fastest land animal on earth - the cheetah...
Chimpanzees are everyone's favourite monkey, and this cute chimpanzee colouring page will go down well with the kids. It features the word underneath the picture, too.
Grab some pens or crayons and have some fun colouring in this lovely chimpanzee scene colouring page!
Crocodiles can vary in colour depending on where they live. Their colours range from black, to grey, to green, so you had better get all your pens out for this colouring page.
A large group of crocodiles is called a bask or a float, and we've got plenty of crocodiles to colour in on this fun circle colouring page!
I would love to see what your kids do with these doodle pattern tiles, with fun crocodile / alligator and elephant outlines to fill in!
Children learning the alphabet will love these colouring pages. Featuring the entire alphabet, the set features an animal for each letter. This one is E for Elephant.
Here's a big, bold, appealing elephant colouring page for younger kids, just one of a set of printables using this image.
Print and colour our elephant colouring page for younger children. It's realistic but simple, and it has letters spelling out the word elephant underneath for early readers.
Here's a walking elephant colouring page to print and enjoy with the kids, complete with word underneath to familiarize children with the spelling.
Here is a gorgeous colouring page of two elephants having a bath in a waterhole! If the kids have been lucky enough to see this sort of thing happening for real, they will know just how much an elephant enjoys splashing the water around.
Flamingos are so bright and colourful children will love to colour our simple flamingo colouring page.
A graceful gazelle graces this colouring page. It is one of our series of African animal colouring pages.
Colour in our lovely African scene of a family of gazelles - a perfect complement to your African topic.
Print out this gibbon colouring page - just one of a set of similar colouring pages at Activity Village, for younger children to colour in. We've included the word underneath the picture for early readers.
The tall and stately giraffe is such an unusual creature, he is always popular with children. Our giraffe colouring page is fun for younger kids, with the word underneath.
This super cute giraffe colouring page is sure to delight younger children and have them reaching for the crayons.
Colour in this lovely scene of a family of gorillas enjoying a snack - you might want to make sure you've got a yellow crayon for the bananas!
Children will enjoy colouring the spots on our laughing Hyena! He is the star of our H is for Hyena colouring page.
Featuring a mother and baby hippo at the watering hole, this cute hippos scene colouring page will have children reaching for the crayons.
Ask the children to grab some felt-tip pens or crayons then have some fun colouring in this lovely picture of hyenas.
This coloring page of a jaguar makes a great activity. You could print our colour poster of the same illustration as well. Children could copy the colours, or just use it as inspiration.
This majestic looking lion needs colouring in! Our alphabet colouring pages are a great way to familiarise children with the alphabet. If you like these, you will love the matching colour posters!
Here's a simple leopard colouring page with word underneath, suitable for younger children and early readers.
There's no time to monkey around! Start colouring our M is for Monkey colouring page! This cheeky looking fellow also features on a colour alphabet poster.
If you're looking for a slightly more unusual colouring subject then you will love this meerkat colouring page. These desert dwellers are real personalities and live in large family groups.
Here's a fun picture of some meerkats to colour in - it looks like the meerkat at the front is on sentry duty?
Can the children solve the sums to colour in this monkey? It is certainly a way of making practising arithmetic more fun!
Practice pencil skills with this adorable little monkey tracing page! There are two dotted lines: older children can trace each one separately while younger children might like to trace between them.
Here's an ostrich colouring page to print and enjoy, with word underneath the picture for younger children.
Young children seem to love African animals and here's an ostrich colouring page to add to our collection of African animal colouring pages.
I wouldn't want to meet a porcupine - especially not this one, which looks very prickly! Fun for kids to print and colour, though!
The African rhino is a fierce-looking creature - certainly the one in our rhinoceros colouring page is! Print it out for your kids to colour in.
This cute colouring page of a parent rhino and child is perfect for an African animal topic and for all kids who love animals.
Here's a realistic snake colouring page to print and enjoy - perfect for Chinese New Year or any time reptiles are required!
Snakes come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colours, so the kids can go to town on this snake colouring page!
Anyone who has seen a springbok will know what beautiful creatures these African animals are. Here is a simple outline springbok colouring page for kids to print and enjoy.
Colour in this fun African scene of a parent warthog with their young. We've got similar scenes for a number of African animals - why not print out and colour the whole set?
Wildebeest (or gnu) are large antelopes of Africa. Here's a wildebeest colouring page that is sure to brighten up any project on African animals.
This wildebeest colouring page is perfect for an African animals topic. Simply print out, then grab some crayons, felt-tips or pencils and start colouring!
The last colouring page in our alphabet series is Z for Zebra. If you've coloured in from A to Z, well done!
Zebras obviously don't need a lot of colouring in - if you want to be authentic, of course! But this zebra colouring page - one of a set of 3 - looks great cut out and on display in an African animals theme.
Here is the second of three fun zebra colouring pages for kids on the site. Why not colour them in with different bright colours!
Go wild with our zebra colouring page - great for an African animal theme or zoo theme. This is one of three...
If you are going for realism our zebra colouring page doesn't need much colouring, why not let your imagination run wild though and see how bright you can make this cute zebra?