All of these crocodile coloring pages make an excellent pastime activity for the entire family. You can gather around and start coloring together with your children.
They can have a great time while also learning fascinating facts about these incredible reptiles. What parent wouldn’t want that for their child?
So, download our crocodile printable pages and encourage your children to explore their creativity.
15 Brand New Crocodile Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Crocodiles are a rather dangerous species of reptiles. But this is not the case with our crocodile coloring pages.
Our design team has created friendly-looking creatures, as you can see on this first printable sheet.
Our small crocodile buddy appears to be looking cheerfully at something or someone. Perhaps it saw a long-time friend and is excited to reunite!
Look at this dapper crocodile strutting down the street in his stylish hat. He’s walking upright on his hind legs with a spring in his step, looking very proud.
Where do you think is going? Maybe he’s off to an important business meeting downtown, or perhaps he’s going out for a fancy dinner.
Color this city crocodile with bold patterns on his vest or give him a briefcase to carry. Add bright yellow taxicabs driving down the street behind him.
Crocodiles have extremely large teeth, more than 4 inches in some specimens, which is one of the reasons these reptiles are dangerous.
But on this next crocodile coloring page, our tiny reptile doesn’t seem too scary, given its small size and relatively tiny teeth. It’s safe to say it is a baby crocodile!
The background of this coloring page is all white, so you have the creative freedom of painting a lake and some trees, should you wish so.
As for the crocodile, you could stick with the traditional lime green or choose any other color you want. It’s all up to you!
With a few spikes on its back, we can assume that the crocodile on this coloring page is also a young one.
Did you know that crocodiles are reptiles with the longest average lifespan of 50 years? The saltwater crocodile can live up to 70 years. That is quite a lot when it comes to reptiles.
As you can see, these crocodile coloring pages are an excellent way for your little one to learn facts about them through play.
Plus, you encourage your child to also develop their creativity skills. So, if they want to pick a shade of purple for the reptile on this page, let them!
Wow, check out this crocodile looking so sharp. He’s dressed in a stylish top hat and a snazzy striped vest. He’s walking upright on his hind legs with his long tail arched proudly behind him.
His mouth stretches into a big friendly grin, showing off his bright white teeth. He looks like he’s having an amazing day. Maybe he’s going to a fun party or celebration.
In the background you can see grass and flowers all around. Give this croc bright fun colors or sophisticated shades – go crazy.
Admit it – doesn’t this crocodile have a contagious smile? We sure think so! This is why these crocodile printable pages are such a joy to color, whether you are a child or an adult.
You can spend quality time with your little one picking different shades and imagining all sorts of scenarios.
For example, perhaps this sociable crocodile is full of energy and impatiently waiting to play around with its siblings and friends.
You could choose a bright color, like yellow, and a bit of green to color some of the details of its body.
Do you want to learn yet another amazing fact about crocodiles? They have the incredible ability to keep their jaws open underwater.
Don’t worry; it is perfectly safe for them to do that. A valve at the back of their throat is what allows them to stay safe.
Knowing this, you could color this crocodile printable page to make it appear like our reptile friend is underwater.
With different shades of blue around it, you could choose lime green and yellow for the crocodile’s skin.
There’s no denying that these ten crocodile printable sheets are a delightful pastime activity. You could keep all of them in a portfolio so you can go back to them when your child is older.
On this page, the crocodile appears extremely joyful, the same as the others. We wouldn’t be surprised if they are all wonderful friends.
On its back, you can notice a few spikes, with some of them not being fully established. Undoubtedly, our crocodile has more growing to do!
There are no rules whether you want to color it with the traditional olive green or light brown or choose something unique, like a pink shade.
Isn’t this crocodile so fashionable? He’s wearing the coolest striped scarf wrapped around his neck and a smart top hat tipped at a rakish angle. He gazes ahead confidently, standing tall on his hind legs.
His scales shine in the warm sunshine. Grass sways behind him and you can see pretty wildflowers dotting the meadow.
His long powerful tail curves gracefully behind him. Color the crocodile’s outfit in any colors and patterns you wish.
Add birds and butterflies flitting around him.
This little crocodile seems to have the time of its life, peacefully sitting in the water.
Crocodiles are semi aquatic and amphibious reptiles, so it is natural for them to spend a great deal of time in saltwater or freshwater habitats like rivers and lakes.
They can reach a swimming speed of 9.3 mph or 15 km/h.
With its eyes looking up, we can assume something caught its attention.
On this crocodile coloring page, you can use a variety of shades, from different blue tones to depict the water to yellow, green, and brown to color our friendly-looking crocodile.
We are almost at the end of our crocodile printable sheets collection.
But don’t worry, you can download and print them as many times as you want and choose a color palette that matches your preferences and creative ideas.
Looking at this crocodile coloring page, we cannot help but notice a bit of resemblance to dinosaurs.
Interestingly, crocodiles are more closely related to these prehistoric creatures than most other reptiles. Hence, it isn’t a coincidence the two have similarities.
This cheerful crocodile looks like he’s enjoying a lovely sunny day. He’s dressed in a cool striped shirt and a hat with a fun band around it.
His scales are different shades that look beautiful in the dappled sunlight. He stands tall on his hind legs with his thick tail swinging relaxed behind him.
The crocodile smiles up at the sky as puffy white clouds drift by.
Make this happy croc any color you want and add details to the scene. Maybe draw critters peeking out from the bushes or fish splashing in a nearby pond.
Crocodiles are some of the best nocturnal hunters, given their impeccable night vision.
While on this crocodile coloring page, our reptile doesn’t seem to get ready to hunt, but you could color the background in a shade that depicts a sunset.
With the background colored in shades of purple, orange, red, and yellow, our cute little crocodile would look beautiful in bright green.
Suggest this combination to your little one, but let them have the final decision so that they nurture their creative skills.
The last of our crocodile coloring sheets collection features a friendly crocodile that seems to be looking straight at you, excited for you to color this page.
While you pick the color palette for this adorable crocodile, we want to give you one last interesting fact. These reptiles have an incredible homing instinct.
A few saltwater crocodiles were witnessed coming back to their original locations after traveling 250 miles.
If you want, you could choose a bright green for our crocodile and paint a lake behind it to make it look like our fascinating reptile is getting out of the water.
This crocodile is not your typical swamp-dwelling reptile. He is a smart and curious creature, who likes to learn new things and read books.
He is standing on his hind legs in a grassy field, looking calm and wise. He has a big belly and a long snout, and his tail is curled up.
What do you think he likes to read or learn about? Make this crocodile gentleman extra distinguished by coloring him in rich jewel tones.