Invented by Robert H. Goddard, rockets have taken us to space and allowed us to explore fascinating celestial bodies from up close.
Our new rocket coloring pages collection will help your little one learn about space and rockets in a fun and engaging way while testing their coloring skills.
Print these rocket coloring sheets and invite your children to let their imagination run wild and reach for the stars!
15 Brand New Rocket Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Did you know that a rocket can’t escape the Earth’s gravity and make it into space unless it is traveling at least 7 miles per second?
That’s super fast! Our first rocket coloring page perfectly shows just how fast rockets travel to get into outer space.
This coloring sheet is an excellent opportunity for your little one to experiment with colors and get excited about learning more about space and rockets.
They can use shades of gray to color the rocket and add some bold-colored details on this page. For example, they can color the rocket flame using orange, yellow, and red hues.
Print this rocket coloring page and invite your child to imagine what it is like to travel so fast in a space rocket!
This coloring sheet features a classic rocket ship blasting off into outer space. It has a pointed chrome nose cone and three triangular fins at the base.
Fiery thrusters send the rocket zooming into the stars, leaving swirling trails of smoke behind.
The crisp white background is perfect for adding your own creative cosmic scenery. Color in planets, asteroids, galaxies and aliens to complete the space scene.
Choose metallic silver, gold, or fiery rocket reds to make it shine. Add galactic purples and neon greens for extraterrestrial flair.
Where does your little one imagine that the rocket in our next coloring page is traveling to? Is it going to the Moon or another celestial body?
Use this printable rocket sheet to invite your child to use their imagination.
This rocket coloring page features a small, adorable rocket flying into outer space, ready to explore the fascinating bodies it will find there. Judging by its flame, this rocket is flying really fast!
Print this free coloring sheet for your little one and invite them to experiment with colors.
They can use their favorite color for the rocket, combine shades of orange, yellow, and red for the flame, and imagine the background however they want.
Did you know that the largest rocket is 363 feet tall? That’s really tall!
The rocket captured in our next coloring sheet might not be that large, but it definitely looks like it can take your little one on a fascinating trip into outer space.
This adorable space rocket features so many design details that your children can color using various colors.
They can use their favorite color for the rocket’s body and even draw on the white background to add a more personal touch to this work of art.
Use this coloring exercise to invite your child to imagine what it is like to travel in a rocket.
This rocket coloring page features a cute and colorful rocket ship flying through space. It has a round nose cone and four fins at the bottom.
The body of the rocket ship has a star-shaped window and a striped pattern. The background is white, which gives you the opportunity to create your own space scene.
You can color the rocket ship in any colors you like, or follow the striped pattern with red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
You can also add planets, moons, comets, or aliens to the background.
Did you know that when a rocket is launched, it generates acoustic waves up to 180db of sound? That’s almost as loud as a nuclear explosion!
The rocket in our following coloring page sure looks loud as it is flying through clouds, reaching for outer space.
The rocket in our next rocket-inspired coloring page has a very intricate design that allows your child to play with various colors.
The clouds in the background also offer plenty of room for your child to play with shades of blue and white.
Rockets are extremely hot. When they are active, the temperatures in the main engine combustion chamber can reach 6000°F.
Judging by its big flame, it looks like the rocket in our next coloring sheet is also extremely hot as it is flying into space.
Our next coloring sheet features a small and lovely rocket making its way into space.
We believe that our designers really succeeded in playing with design details to suggest just how fast this rocket is.
Print this free rocket coloring page for your little ones and invite them to color using their favorite shades as you teach them new things about rockets and outer space.
They’ll find learning a lot more fun!
This cheery rocket ship soars through space with its round nose and four fins allowing swift galactic travel.
The Prism Rocket’s body shows off a starry window trailing down its gleaming sides. It leaves behind a shimmering rainbow stream through the stars.
Let your creativity shine by coloring each vibrant stripe or giving the rocket a metallic sheen. Surround the Rocket with every color of the rainbow blooming across the cosmic canvas.
Aerospace engineers create rockets’ designs. These experts use science and engineering principles to create these vehicles that take us within or above the Earth’s atmosphere.
We think that the designers of the rocket in our next coloring sheet did a really fantastic job with creating its design.
Our next coloring sheet captures a rocket that looks incredibly intricate and complex. Besides the traditional rocket shape, this one has two more design elements that resemble the wings of a bird.
The rocket also seems to have three engines which make it incredibly fast and powerful.
Print this rocket coloring sheet for your child and encourage them to get creative with colors.
Can your child imagine what it is like to fly next to stars? Use this printable rocket coloring sheet to encourage them to make this mental and imagination exercise.
Our next coloring page features a small rocket flying into outer space. Stars and a really fascinating background surround the rocket.
All these design details allow your little one to play with various colors on this page.
They can reimagine the rocket in their favorite colors. They can color its flame yellow, orange, red, or blue, or a combination of these colors.
Plus, they can have plenty of fun imagining what the space looks like while coloring the background.
This rocket coloring page features a fun rocket ship blasting off into space. This rocket has a sleek pointed chrome nose cone and three large triangular fins giving it stability for cosmic travel.
The body of the rocket ship has a circular window and a star pattern. It is flying with flames and smoke coming out of the bottom.
The background is white, which gives you the opportunity to create your own space scene.
You can color the rocket ship in any colors you like, or follow the star pattern with yellow, orange, red, and white.
Our next rocket-inspired coloring sheet features a fascinating rocket reaching for the Moon. It has an exciting design that your little ones will love to color.
They can allow their creativity to run wild and play with various color combinations.
Your child can even draw a planet in the background. Maybe even Earth. And, this would be an excellent opportunity to invite them to imagine what it is like to see our planet from space.
For rockets to fly and make it through Earth’s atmosphere into space, they need to balance and control powerful forces delicately. It looks like the rocket in our next coloring sheet made it!
This rocket coloring page captures an adorable rocket going through the Earth’s atmosphere and entering space. Really fascinating, don’t you think?
Print this free coloring page for your child and invite them to give some color to this page. They can use whatever colors they love the most and play with different color combinations.
Our last rocket-inspired coloring page captures a large rocket preparing to take off from the ground and explore outer space. Just look at how intricate its design looks!
This coloring page has plenty of design details that give plenty of room for your little ones to experiment with colors.
Invite your children to imagine they are rocket designers and decide which colors would look best on this rocket. Purple, green, yellow, red, blue? There’s really no limit to imagination!
We constantly update our coloring page collections, so visit us again for more fun printable sheets!
This sleek rocket looks like it’s already in outer space. It soars by with its pointed chrome nose cone leading the way.
Below are three wide fins giving it stability during flight. The main body gleams with two oval windows and a door for astronauts to peer out at passing planets and stars.
The crisp white background is the ideal canvas for illustrating your own celestial wonders. Color in twinkling stars, sparkling nebulas, and distant galaxies to chart the rocket’s course.