Here's a cartoon-style picture of famous pirate Anne Bonny, perfect for younger kids to colour in.
Pirate Colouring Pages
Lots NEW! Whether you are looking for a pirate colouring page for a toddler or a teenager - or beyond - you've come to the right place! We've got simple outline colouring pages of pirate-y things as well as detailed colouring pages of infamous pirates like Blackbeard and Anne Bonny - lots to choose from and enjoy.
Anne Bonny was a notorious woman pirate who terrorised the Caribbean in the 17th Century alone and with her partner, the equally notorious Calico Jack Rackham!
Yo ho ho! Younger children will enjoy colouring in this cartoon-style picture of the notorious pirate Blackbeard!
This colouring page of Blackbeard the pirate, designed for older kids, shows a rather debonair pirate with smoking hair and a dangerous weapon! We've based the colouring on an etching done for a history book in the 18th Century.
Imaginative play is just the thing! All you need is a cardboard box, some pirate props and away you go... This colouring page comes in simple and "scene" versions so you can choose the most appropriate for your children.
This cartoon-style drawing of Sir Francis Drake, the most famous seaman of the Elizabethan age, is a perfect activity for younger kids.
Here's a more detailed colouring page featuring an illustration of the famous Elizabethan explorer and privateer Sir Francis Drake, ideal for older kids.
Every pirate needs a Jolly Roger - or a pirate flag - and here's one for the kids to colour in! You'll need a black crayon or colouring pencil for the background, of course.
Make this parrot colourful using crayons or coloured pencils. My favourite parrot is a bright blue Hyacinth macaw, but you can choose any colours you like!
The pirate bear in this colouring page reminds me of Smee in the Peter Pan stories - Captain's mate! He certainly has a lot of pirate treasure...
Children will love colouring in this terrifying pirate mask, cutting it out and wearing it while putting on their best pirate voice. Argghh! Don't forget to poke some holes for the eyes!
Not all pirates were men - there were some gruesome pirate women too! Here's a colouring mask so that the kids can colour it in then dress up as a pirate...
Shiver me timbers! This pirate seems to have struck gold and found a full treasure chest on this pirate colouring page. Hopefully, the parrot will get a nice treat too!
Yo ho ho! This simple pirate colouring page is perfect for younger kids. Can they think of a fun pirate name for this character too?
This pirate looks like he's been through some tough battles at sea with his eye patch, hook for a hand and peg leg! Print out his picture and give to the kids to colour in...
This pirate colouring page has everything you need to colour in - including a pirate captain with hat, eye patch, cutlass, hook and pegleg! And of course there's a treasure map and pirate ship too. Fun for the kids!
It looks like this young pirate lad is ready to discover some buried treasure, with the help of the treasure map on this pirate island. With plenty of detail, we think the kids will enjoy colouring him in!
There's a really fearsome pirate on this colouring page, defending his treasure chest with cutlass and pistol! I know he's a pirate because of the skull and crossbones on his pirate hat...
Colour in a pirate hat and eye patch - and then cut them out and use them to dress up like a pirate!
Aimed at younger children, this pirate hat colouring page has simple outlines so that you can cut it out once it is coloured in and attach it to a band for the child to wear around their head. Don't forget to colour in the plume of feathers at the back!
Ahoy there me hearties! There's a lion on board this pirate ship, waiting to be coloured in! In this "colour pop" version, we've done the background for you.
If we had to choose an animal to appoint captain of a pirate ship, surely we would choose a lion like the one in this pirate lion colouring picture! He looks so confident and capable in his smart captain's outfit, eyeglass at the ready...
It's not often you see a llama dressed up as a pirate captain, complete with cutlass - and it's not often you see a pirate llama colouring page! But why not?
This colouring page is designed as a mask, but it's great just as a colouring page, too! What a fearsome pirate it is ...
The pirate monkey in our fun colouring page is perched on the cannon, ready to light the fuse! He looks like he is having lots of pirate fun!
Have you ever heard of an octopus pirate? Well, here is one for the kids to colour in, complete with eye patch, hat and cutlass - and a very interesting treasure chest!
This pirate octopus colouring page look so much fun to colour in. It must be useful having 8 legs when it comes to guarding your pirate treasure - to hold a cutlass and a hook and the key to the chest too!
All pirates traditionally have a parrot - but it looks like this parrot is the pirate captain of his ship! In this fun colouring page, the pirate parrot stands on a sign on which the kids could write their own location.
Ahoy there me hearties! Squawk squawk! Here's a pirate parrot guarding the treasure - a fun colouring page for the kids!
Dress up a rhino in a pirate outfit, and you get a colouring page just like this one! This pirate rhino comes complete with stripy pirate top, hooked hand and eye patch!
It would be bad enough meeting a shark in the ocean - but meeting a pirate shark like the one in this colouring page? Especially one as fierce as this, guarding his treasure!
Choose some nice bright colours to colour in this pirate ship - and don't worry, you won't be forced to walk the plank if the pirates don't like your colour scheme!
Ahoy me hearties, all hands on deck! Here's a more challenging colouring page of a pirate ship on a stormy sea, perfect for older kids.
This pirate ship colouring page is a little more detailed so it's great for older kids - they could draw their own design on the sails?
This sea turtle has discovered some pirate treasure - including coins and a crown! The kids will have fun colouring him in.
Shiver me timbers! Here's a fun pirate scene for the kids to colour in of two pirates and a treasure chest.
Why did the skull and crossbones come to represent pirates, I wonder? Here's a fearsome skull and crossbones for the kids to colour in!
Here's a simple colouring page for younger kids of a treasure chest brimming full of gold coins and jewellery - and even a crown! Is it pirate treasure, do you think?
Get the kids to colour in this pirate treasure chest - I wonder what treasures are locked away inside it?
This treasure map colouring page is detailed enough to keep older kids busy. There's not much free space, but they could draw on a few more of their own clues too?