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...
Elephant Colouring Pages
Lots NEW! Explore our collection of elephant colouring pages for kids - we've tried to include something for all age groups and our colouring sheets range from a simple "E is for Elephant" for early learners, to an intricate Indian elephant design for older kids.
Buckets and spades and crabs and sand and sea - it must be the seaside on a sunny day! Here's a lovely "colour pop" page for younger children to colour in.
Our cute little elephant is wearing his swimming costume and a sun hat and carrying a bucket. I wonder where he is off too? Perhaps you can ask the kids to invent a story around this lovely colouring page.
Are you heading to the beach this summer? Why not print out a copy of this fun beach elephant colouring page for the kids to enjoy first? Will you spot a crab, I wonder...
We've done the summery background on this "colour pop" colouring page so that the kids can concentrate on colouring in the elephant and the butterfly. So cute!
Super cute and super perfect for younger children, this is one of our prettiest elephant colouring pages, I think! And of course there is a butterfly to colour, too.
This is a lovely colouring page for summer, and for elephant and butterfly fans too! We've kept the background simple, so it is perfect for your younger children.
Print this "colour pop" version of our elephant with camera colouring page, so the kids can spend their time colouring the elephant and leave the background to us! She's all ready to take a photo of the owl in the tree...
Here's a fun elephant colouring page for younger children. What is our little elephant going to take a picture of?
This elephant colouring page for younger kids features a little elephant taking a photo of an owl in the tree. Cute!
Chasing butterflies is a fun activity on long spring or summer afternoons, and our cute little elephant seems to be enjoying herself! Get the kids to colour her in carefully. We've done the background already.
This elephant colouring page is set on a spring or summer afternoon, and shows our cute little elephant chasing some butterflies with a net. If she catches them, she will set them free straight away!
E is for Elephant - and children are sure to remember that when they've coloured in this fun letter E colouring page!
In Jaipur, India, there is a magnificent gathering of colourfully decorated elephants as part of the Holi spring celebrations. Kids can have a go at designing their own decorated elephant using our blank.
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.
Sometimes a colouring page can seem a bit daunting when the background needs to be coloured too! That's why we came up with the idea of our "colour pop" colouring pages. This one lets the kids colour in a lovely elephant mother and baby.
Colour in this adult and baby elephant (and the scene on the second page, if you wish), then cut them out and stick them. Why not print a few copies and make a herd of elephants and babies? For younger children we have provided a set with a simplifed outline for cutting.
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.
This lovely elephant dot to dot printable is a fun way for children to practise their numbers to 26 - or the alphabet, in either lower case or upper case letters!
This lovely elephant tracing page is designed for little children who are practising their pencil control. Beginners can use a felt-tip pen or crayon to trace between the lines. Those with a little more control can try tracing over all the lines.
Make someone's day by colouring in this pretty elephants scene colouring for them! Print using borderless settings for best results, then simply colour and fold in half.
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.
Colour in our pretty little elephant, complete with flowers in her fair. We've done the background for you so you can make your elephant colouring really special.
Here's an oh-so-pretty elephant colouring page for younger children! With a little dress, flowers in her hair and a cute smile, we think this little elephant is irresistable!
I love this elephant colouring page! It's perfect for younger children - and who wouldn't enjoy colouring this cute little elephant and the flowers in her hair! With a frame around it, it would look perfect on display too.
Colour in our fishing elephant and the fish he's caught - he's had a good day! We've coloured in the background already.
This is such a lovely colouring page for younger children, who will enjoy colouring in the stripes on our fishing elephant's jumper.
Don't worry about colouring in the background, just colour in our little elephant! He's got roller blades and 3 scoops of ice-cream, so all is right with the world...
Younger kids will enjoy colouring in this funny little elephant, and deciding what 3 flavours of ice-cream he is about to eat! Vanilla (yellow), strawberry (pink) and chocolate (brown) for me please!
Who doesn't love an ice-cream in the summer! Our little elephant is roller-skating along, ice cream cone in hand. It looks perfect to me, and a fun elephant / summer colouring page for younger children.
This second colouring card featuring our beautiful Indian elephant has the background filled in with an Indian-inspired pattern. Print onto card with your borderless settings for the best result. When you've finished colouring, just fold in half.
Here's a second version of our Indian elephant colouring page, this time with the background filled in with a lovely Indian-inspired design.
Print and enjoy this "colour pop" colouring page of an elephant kicking a ball around the football pitch. Fun for soccer made - or elephant mad - kids!
We know lots of children who like to kick a ball about on a summer's day (or a winter's day, for that matter!), just like the elephant in this colouring page. Print and colour...
Little ones can colour in this cute picture of an elephant looking in the mirror. What does she see?
It's a sunny day. He has a comfortable picnic rug, and food to eat. What more could a little elephant want? For this "colour pop" page we've done the background park, sky and blanket, and left our little elephant for the kids to colour in.
Whatever he is eating, this cute little elephant is enjoying it! What a useful instrument an elephant's trunk is! Little kids might enjoy colouring in this picture and deciding what he is having to eat...
The little elephant in this colouring page is enjoying a picnic in the park. What could be better on a sunny summer's day?
Kids can concentrate on colouring in this little elephant, because we've already done the background! He's all ready to go for a swim in the sea...
This elephant colouring page is just right for younger children, especially if they are learning to swim!
This elephant colouring page features an elephant all ready to go for a swim! He's staying safe by wearing a float, and after his swim he might want to collect seashell or two...
Here's a fun "colour pop" colouring page of a cute little elephant enjoying a ride on her scooter. With the background scene already coloured in, kids can enjoy colouring in the elephant.
Have you ever seen an elephant on a scooter? I haven't, but I have sat down with a little friend and coloured this picture in, and we had great fun doing so!
Scootering along in the park, a breeze in her ears (!) - the little elephant in this colouring page looks like she is really enjoying this summer's day! This is such a lovely colouring page for younger children, with a simple background scene to colour in.
Our cute little elephant to colour "pops" out of the page because we've done the background already. This type of colouring page is perfect for younger children, and those less confident at colouring in.
This cute elephant colouring page features a little elephant dressed for the seaside, complete with beach ball to play with. Or perhaps she is just going out into the garden to play?
There is nothing like a day at the beach - even for an elephant! This is such a fun summer's colouring page for kids, with a simple beach background and a cute little elephant to colour in.
Kids can colour in our little skateboarding elephant, who looks like he is having lots of fun on a sunny summer's day at the skate park!
Younger kids will enjoy our skateboarding elephant colouring page! He looks like he has some good skateboarding skills ...
Do you kids enjoy skateboarding? Then this might be the perfect colouring page for them, as it features a skateboarding elephant! And he looks like he is having fun...
Here's another of our "colour pop" pages for the kids to colour, with a cute little elephant having fun with her skipping rope out in the playground. The kids don't have to worry about colouring in the background - they just colour in the elephant!
Here's a fun elephant colouring pages for younger children. The little elephant in the picture is enjoying her skipping rope!
This cute little elphant is enjoying her skipping rope (is it called a jump rope in America?) out in the open air - a fun activity for a summer's day. We hope the kids enjoy colouring her in, too.
Younger children won't be able to resist colouring in this cute toy elephant! A perfect colouring activity for home, the classroom or playgroups.
We've done the background of this elephant "colour pop" page so that the kids can concentrate on the most important part of the picture - the little elephant!
In this cute elephant page, our little elephant friend has gone to the park to say hello to the ducks. And he's splashing some water around, too - perfect for a summer's day!