Print and colour this Frankenstein colouring page for younger kids - it's perfect for Halloween or any time a gruesome monster colouring is required!
Monster Colouring Pages
We've got a huge collection of monster colouring pages at Activity Village - we think boys in particular will love them!
By popular request, we now have no less than 30 different monster faces - one for everyone in the classroom! How about colouring in a selection of the pictures, cutting out and them laminating them to use a frieze around the bedroom or class?
If you are ever lucky enough to visit Loch Ness, be sure to keep an eye out for Nessie, one of the world's favourite (and most elusive) monsters!
Here is Monster colouring page 1 of a set of 30 adorable monster colouring pages to print for kids to enjoy. This monster looks like he is waving to us!
Monster colouring page 10 is a stick monster, with big eyes and sticking up hair! Print, colour and enjoy...
Monster colouring page 11 is one of my favourites of all 30 monster colouring pages. He looks so goofy and funny and kind, despite his big teeth!
The monster in Monster colouring page 12 is wearing a hat which is much too small for him, and sticking out his tongue! Print, colour and enjoy...
The monster in monster colouring page 13 has a long, curly nose! Just one of our set of 30 monster colouring pages to print and enjoy..
Monster colouring page 14 is just one of 30 monsters you can print and colour with your kids. This likeable monster is strangely rectangular, but he looks like he would be fun to know!
The monster in this monster colouring page is particularly proud of his two front teeth and his spiky hair style! Print him out for younger kids to colour in...
The monster in this monster colouring page is a real character! He has two curly horns and a long curly nose, too, and we hope the kids enjoy colouring him in with some exciting colour combinations!
If you could choose any monster to live at the bottom of the garden, I think you might choose monster colouring page 17! One glance at his goofy smile and you can see that he would be great fun to have around...
There is no denying that the monster in monster colouring page 18 is somewhat fish-like, but he is particularly proud of the fins on his back and his excellent eye-sight! Print him out and colour him in...
The monster in this monster colouring page is known to his friends as Triangle-Head, but he has never been quite sure why! He has some wicked horns but is very good natured, and would like to be coloured in carefully, please!
Monster colouring page 2 looks to me like a cross between a fish and a dinosaur! I wonder what colours your children will choose to colour him in... This monster colouring page is one of a set of 30 to print - enough for a classroom!
Sometimes I feel like the monster in monster colouring page 20, at the end of a long day on my computer! Despite his appearance this monster is fun to have around, and he would be very happy if the kids were to colour him in with some bright, cheerful colours...
Monster colouring page 21 is another of my favourites, although it is hard to choose when you have 30 monster colouring pages and all the monsters are nice to have around! Print and enjoy...
Rumour has it that the monster in this monster colouring page is a distant cousin of the Loch Ness Monster, although he doesn't talk about it and hasn't visited Scotland in many years. What do you think? Print him out and colour him in...
Look out - there's a monster about! But you can see that the monster in this monster colouring page is nothing but friendly, and he will be any child's friend! Print him out and colour him in...
I was doing some research on monsters when I was putting these monster colouring pages together, and I think monster colouring page 24 is a picture of a pelicanibus - a very rare sort of monster who is nevertheless friendly to people and children. I hope you enjoy colouring him in...
Print and enjoy this monster colouring page - just one of a set of 30 similar pages for the kids. This monster looks goofy but he's the brightest of our monster collection, and when he isn't making friends he is learning new facts and doing sums!
You can tell that the monster in this monster colouring page is very proud of her appearance, so please make sure to colour her in very carefully and stay in the lines!
Some would argue that monster colouring page 27 isn't a monster at all, but just a very big bird! What do you think?
The monster in monster colouring page 28 has a very big mouth and a square head, but he only eats flowers - keep him away from your garden! Print him out and colour him in.
Monster colouring page 29 is another of my favourites. This monster loves to play and tell jokes, and he would like to be coloured in some bright, unusual colours, please!
Monster colouring page 3 sports some kooky striped horns - I imagine them purple and orange, but who knows which colours your children will choose! Just one of a set of 30 monster colouring pages to print.
Of all our monster colouring pages, monster colouring page 30 looks most like a conventional monster, and his friends call him Frank. But he's a sweetie at heart, so please print him out and colour him in!
Children will love getting out the crayons to colour the very cuddly looking monster on this - our 31st monster colouring page!
This big fluffy monster is one of the simplest of our many monster colouring pages. Even very young children will love colouring this one in!
This monster looks like he might have come from space! Get out the crayons and enjoy our monster colouring page 33.
Our 34th monster colouring page features a monster that looks like it might have evolved from the dinosaurs. I can see this one being many children's favourite.
I think this might be the scariest of our monster colouring pages. He looks a bit slug-like to me - and nobody likes slugs, do they?
The monster on this Monster colouring page (our 36th!) looks a bit like a sea creature to me. I don't think he looks too scary, though.
I don't think I would be scared to find this cute monster under my bed! This monster colouring is sure to delight young children.
Here's a very spotty monster! There is something almost debonair about this monster colouring page... I think it's the whiskers!
I think this might be our most unsual monster colouring page. Colouring those spots will be a bit of a challenge.
Is monster colouring page 4 based on a wave, or a whale, or an elephant? Who knows, but he is fun to colour in!
Do you think that Monster colouring page 5 looks a little like an eager dog, but with no ears? He's fun to print and colour in!
Monster Colouring Page 6 looks a little like a cat, but a monster cat! Print out for the kids to enjoy colouring in...
We can't decide whether Monster colouring page 7 has a big lump on his head, or a very long nose! But he looks cute, and he wants to be coloured in bright quirky colours...
We call Monster colouring page 8 the chicken monster, although he isn't like any chicken we've seen before! Print and colour...
What do you call an octopus with a square castle-shaped head and three legs? Monster Colouring Page 9!
Here's a lovely colouring page for the kids, featuring characters from the popular Monsters University. OK!