Here's a fun, simplified colouring page of Professor Albus Dumbledore, beloved headmaster of Hogwarts, for younger children to enjoy.
Harry Potter Colouring Pages
We've got a great collection of Harry Potter colouring pages of all your favourite Harry Potter characters, some based on the Harry Potter films and some simpler colouring pages based on the characters in the books. You can also colour in the Hogwarts Crest - or even design your own - and an owl or two!
Maybe this broomstick belongs to a young wizard, or perhaps a scary old witch? Let imaginations go wild with our broomstick doodle page and ask the kids to finish the picture...
Design your own crest printable page for kids - use it to create your own Hogwarts crest or for your own club, society or pretend school.
Print and colour a picture of Hagrid. Harry Potter and his friends know that they can always count on Hagrid, and spend a lot of time in his hut.
Instantly recognisable by his glasses, here's a colouring page of Harry Potter, the boy who lived, to print and enjoy.
Younger children might enjoy this simplified Harry Potter colouring page. It may be simple, but there's no mistaking who it is!
Print and colour this portrait colouring page of Hermione Grange, friend to Harry Potter and Ron Weasley.
Here's a colouring page of Hermione Granger with simple outlines, designed for younger children. She is all ready to print and colour!
Here's a fun Hogwarts Crest colouring page featuring all four Hogwarts house symbols and the Hogwarts motto!
This fun Harry Potter printable craft can be used for dressing up or perhaps for invitations or decorations for a Harry Potter party.
Print and colour these Hogwarts House ties!
Here's a Professor McGonagall colouring page to print and colour. Professor McGonagall is head of Griffindor House at Hogwarts, and both Deputy Headmistress and Headmistress during the Harry Potter series.
We thought that younger children might enjoy their own colouring page of Harry's great friend and ally, Ron Weasley, to colour in. Don't forget the orange hair!
Younger children might enjoy colouring in this simple picture of Severus Snape, complete with long cloak and wand!
Imagine if you had your own book of spells - what would you call it? This doodle page lets the kids create their own spellbook cover from scratch, with room to draw and write on the front and back.