Rabbits are some of the sweetest and cutest creatures around, from their twitching noses to their floppy ears and their little cottontails. They have a reputation for being dumb bunnies, but rabbits are a lot smarter than they are given credit. Some rabbits live in the wild while others are kept as domesticated pets.
Rabbits have also become very popular cartoon characters in television and movies. The Easter bunny has even made them associated with this special holiday. Recently we can’t get enough of these curious and cute creatures.
The popularity of rabbits has translated into a high demand from our readers for printable rabbit coloring pages that you can enjoy for free.
Just in time for Easter, enjoy these all-new and completely free rabbit coloring pages that you can color any way you want. Have fun and use your imagination!
Rabbit Coloring Pages – All-New Printable Sheets
Rabbits are commonly associated with carrots. Most people think of carrots as a rabbit’s favorite food. This rabbit seems ecstatic to have found such a tasty treat. He stands on his hind legs and has already taken a few bites out of the carrot with his sharp front teeth.
This rabbit printable shows a character that looks a lot like the Easter bunny. He walks cheerfully on his back legs, swinging his arms as he goes. He wears a cute little vest with a bow tied around his neck, and one of his ears flops forward.
Rabbits have an excellent sense of smell! This adorable rabbit coloring page shows a rabbit sniffing at the branches of a tree. Perhaps she is planning on climbing the tree to look for something good to eat.
This rabbit is popping out of a big spotted egg! Although rabbits are often associated with Easter and the tradition of coloring and hiding eggs, rabbits actually give birth to live babies instead of laying eggs. They are more so associated with Easter as a symbol of new life in spring, because of the number of babies they have.
Rabbits have all different patterns in their fur. The rabbit in this rabbit coloring sheet has a little patch over one of his eyes. He looks excited to have discovered something on the ground. What do you think it could be?
Rabbits are such fun creatures! Remember that all these rabbit coloring pages are completely free to print, so feel and color as many as you want.
Most rabbits live in holes they dig underground called burrows. This rabbit looks very happy to be relaxing safe and sound in his home.
We can’t get enough of these adorable rabbit coloring pages. This little guy has really stolen our hearts.
Rabbits are such curious creatures. This printable sheet shows a rabbit popping out of a little box with polka dots on it. She wears a crown of flowers on the top of her head and has adorable blushing cheeks.
We love the imagination in this rabbit coloring page. A rabbit wears a wizard costume, complete with a little tie and a cloak with a cape around the neck. He carries a magic wand for casting spells and getting up to mischief.
Sometimes carrots are pickled in jars, just like in this coloring sheet. A little rabbit holds a big jar of pickled carrots. He looks very excited to have this delicious treat. We wonder how he will get the lid off.
You can tell from this rabbit printable that rabbits are a lot more intelligent than you might think. Pet rabbits can even recognize and form bonds with their owners. This rabbit has a very knowing look on his face. Perhaps he is excited to see someone!
Oh no! It looks like this rabbit has fallen in the bushes. He looks a little startled and confused. Perhaps he has tripped over a branch or fallen out of a tree.
Rabbits can be very jumpy animals (no pun intended) so it is important to keep them in a stress-free environment. This free rabbit printable shows a rabbit that looks very startled by something. Hopefully, she hasn’t seen a fox or a hawk.
Did you know that a female rabbit is called a doe and baby rabbits are called kittens? This rabbit coloring page featuring a doe and a kitten could not be any cuter. The doe gives her baby a tiny reassuring kiss on the nose.
Rabbits are well known for having big ears and a great sense of hearing, like the rabbit in this printable sheet for kids. A rabbit’s ears also help to regulate their body temperature by swelling when it’s hot out and contracting when it’s cold.
We wonder why this little rabbit is so excited. Her mouth is wide open in a gleeful grin and her long ears are slicked back behind her.
This rabbit definitely doesn’t want to share the treat she has found. She holds her carrot tightly to her chest to make sure that no one tries to take it away.
Maybe some rabbits come from royalty, like the one in this rabbit coloring sheet. She wears a little crown between her ears and a wreath of flowers around her head. The rabbit waves nervously. Perhaps she is greeting her subjects.
This rabbit hit the jackpot! He has found two large carrots as he hops through the forest. The one in his hands looks almost as long as his whole body!
This little rabbit perches on her hind legs and sniffs cautiously into the air. Rabbits can use their sense of smell to sniff out predators or even to recognize their friends.
Rabbits have lots of babies at a time. That’s probably why they are a symbol for new life in springtime, and why they are associated with Easter. This adorable rabbit printable sheet shows a doe proudly putting her arms around her two babies.
Remember – when you finish coloring your rabbit coloring pages, post your finished pictures onto our Facebook page. Every month we pick the best uploads and the winner gets a special prize!
This rabbit sniffs thoughtfully on the forest floor, looking this way and that. She is probably sniffing around for food. Although rabbits are famous for loving carrots, in the wild they mostly eat grasses and flowers.
Rabbits can be a little nervous sometimes. We love this coloring sheet of a shy little rabbit hiding behind his mother. He seems to be nervous about whatever he is looking at rather than scared. Maybe he has a crush on another rabbit!
Look at how quickly this rabbit runs over the grass! Rabbits aren’t typically thought of as being speedy but they have extremely powerful back legs that help them leap over the earth. In fact, they can reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour in short bursts.
This rabbit’s interesting patches make him one very unique guy!
This snoozing rabbit could not be any more adorable. She sits upright with her head falling onto her chest and her ears pressed back. She also seems to be snoring softly.
This rabbit has beautiful flowers and leaves tucked all over his body!
Remember – we are constantly updating our catalog of coloring pages and printable sheets. Keep checking back to see which new pages have been uploaded and which fun characters and animals are available for you to print and color. There is so much more to come.
We hope you have enjoyed these sweet rabbit coloring pages. Don’t forget to post a photo of your finished masterpiece on our Facebook page. We can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with next.