Kids can colour in this kooky alien and his flying saucer - and make sure to encourage them to use some strange colours!
Space Colouring Pages
Just a small collection of space colouring pages now, but we will be adding more soon!
Print out this gorgeous astronaut colouring page - designed to appeal to younger kids. You can choose from a colouring page with word, for early readers, or without.
Here's a simple equinox colouring page to print out for the children to colour in - perfect for a space topic.
Here's a colouring page that will appeal to kids who love everything to do with space! Can they carefully colour in this picture of the International Space Station?
This International Space Station colouring page is perfect for older kids - there's a fantastic view of the earth down below to colour in too!
Here's a space-themed activity with a difference! Can the children colour in this postcard of the International Space Station and then write it pretending they've been there? Or you could send it to someone after a visit to a space exhibition?
If you're not sure which colours to use to colour in this picture of Jupiter, images of this planet have shown that it reflects many shades of white, red, orange, brown, and yellow...
Mars is often referred to as the Red Planet, and it gets its red colour from the iron oxide in its soil. You might choose a red crayon (and possibly orange too) to colour it in...
Mercury isn't the most colourful of the planets in Solar System, and appears as a greyish-brown colour - but we hope you enjoy colouring it in anyway!
This lovely, detailed colouring page for older children shows the moon landing of Apollo 11 in 1969, with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin taking man's first steps on the moon. We have two versions available: the full size version should be printed with borderless settings.
Have a go at this colouring page of Neil Armstrong. He has just placed the American flag on the moon, as he was the first person to walk there!
Here's a "realistic" colouring page based on a photo of that most famous of astronauts, Neil Armstrong.
Neptune is a bright azure blue colour - so find your brightest blue pens or crayons for this colouring page!
This ovals colouring page, set in outer space, has planets, rockets and flying saucers made up of ovals. Children can identify and count the shapes before colouring in this colouring page with a difference.
Here's a super space themed colouring page for younger children, complete with solo rocket ship, planet and stars to colour in!
Colour in this simple, bold picture of a space shuttle - perfect for younger children. You can choose from two versions here, one with word and one without, or have a go at our "colour pop" version with starry background, here.
Can you complete this space colouring page at light speed? Lots of lovely details with planets, aliens and stars!
This fun space colouring page has a pre-coloured background which really makes the colouring picture pop out - and perhaps makes it less daunting and more fun for younger children! Print with your borderless settings if possible, although it's not absolutely necessary.
Prepare for lift-off by colouring in this fun space rocket, using the key provided. We've got US and UK versions below.
This colouring page is perfect for anyone with dreams of exploring the universe. Some lucky children are going for a trip in a space ship!
Colour in this picture of the moon, complete with craters, and display as part of a space theme or solar system topic.
Tim Peake was an inspiration to children everywhere after his mission to the International Space Station! Print this picture of him for the kids to colour in.
You might want to find some blue and green crayons to colour in the planet Uranus, which has a blue-green colour due to the cold methane gas present in the atmosphere around it.