In my house one toy that gets tons of playtime, from boy or girl alike, is LEGO! Mom is pretty crazy about LEGO too because of the fact that they are such a great item for open ended play, amazing for building fine motor skills, they inspire creativity, and are just tons of fun. Below you’ll find some of our favorite free LEGO coloring pages for kids (or you)!
Free LEGO Coloring Pages Your Kids Will Love
LEGO and coloring each have a lot of benefits, so what could be better than combining the two?
Official LEGO Coloring Pages
These are free LEGO coloring pages that are from LEGO, themselves. There are a variety to suit different interests.
LEGO Juniors has a set of free printable coloring pages, ranging from a bulldozer to a race car to a pony.
More LEGO superhero coloring pages are available for kids interested in more than Batman, too.
There are coloring sheets for children who love LEGO city, with jets, police officers, and more.
There are even LEGO Ninjago coloring pages for the kids who love those Ninjas.
Unofficial LEGO Coloring Pages
Here are even more free coloring pages for your LEGO enthusiasts.
He’s Batman…and your kids will adore this Batman LEGO Movie coloring page.
A minifigure printable reading log where your child colors the minifigs as they complete a book gives them a sense of accomplishment and a fun LEGO themed coloring page to boot.
If you’re planning a LEGO Ninjago party for your child, these free LEGO coloring books would make a sweet party favor.
What a great way to celebrate Earth Day or just Earth Science, these Earth Science color pages help kids learn about the earth in a bright and colorful way.
Children can use this printable to color and plan out their next great LEGO creation.
Be sure to grab a LEGO Friends coloring page too, my daughter loves classic LEGOs and these girls too.
Combine LEGOs, an extra curricular activity, and coloring for a fun Cub Scouts themed page that your little Cub Scout will enjoy.
Add math with these color-by-number pages that review basic addition facts.
Even More LEGO Fun
If you have LEGO loving kids at home, be sure to check out some of my other LEGO posts: