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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.