On this page, you will find 15 all new Solar System coloring pages that are completely free to print and download.
Learning about outer space is one of the most fun parts of childhood. You can help your little one dive deeper into the vast expanses of the solar system in an engaging way using these free solar system coloring pages.
Use these free printable coloring sheets to teach your child about how fascinating space is in a fun way!
15 Brand New Solar System Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Does your child know that there are eight planets in our solar system? This solar system coloring page is a great opportunity to teach your little one what these planets are.
Our first solar system-inspired coloring sheet features the Sun and the eight planets in the solar system, including Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Earth, Mars, Uranus, Saturn, and Neptune.
Use this coloring sheet as a fun way to teach your child a thing or two about each of these eight planets. Your little one will love to learn fun facts about outer space!
Blast off on an interplanetary adventure with this solar system coloring page! Each planet has a fun and whimsical character, waiting for you to add color and personality.
Start with the blazing hot Sun and color it with radiating warm yellows, oranges and reds. Color fiery Mercury bright crimson, speedy Venus in cloudy whites and blues, Earth in verdant greens and deep blues, and the Red Planet Mars in rusty reds and browns.
Move further out to majestic Jupiter with swirling stripes and the ringed beauty Saturn. Don’t forget little Pluto as well.
Did you know that the solar system is about 4.6 billion years old? This is an interesting fact your little one can learn about the solar system.
You can use our next coloring sheet to teach them more exciting facts about the planets.
Our next solar system coloring page shows all the eight planets and their placement according to the Sun.
You can use this sheet to show your little one which planets are the closest to the Sun and which are the farthest.
Print this free coloring sheet for your child and invite them to color each planet as realistically as possible.
Did you know that there are four outer and four inner planets in our solar system?
You can use this solar system coloring page to teach your child which planets are close and which are far from the Sun.
Our next coloring sheet captures all the eight planets, surrounded by a few cute stars. Can your little one recognize each of the planets based on their looks?
Print this page and invite your child to imagine what it is like to see the solar system from outer space while using their creativity to color the planets. There’s no limit to imagination!
Explore the wonders of our solar system with this adorable coloring sheet. You can see the sun and all the planets smiling at you, even Neptune, which is the furthest planet from the earth.
Each planet has its name written next to it, so you can learn how to spell them.
Did you know that Uranus is the only planet that rotates on its side? Or that Mars is sometimes called the red planet because of its color?
Here’s a fun fact about our Sun: it contains 99.865 of all the solar system’s known mass. As you can see in our next coloring sheet, the Sun is the star that all planets revolve around.
This solar system coloring sheet features a cute, smiling Sun that is surrounded by planets and other smaller stars. Your little one can use their crayons and get really creative with colors.
They can color the planets as realistically as possible and use shades of yellow and orange to color the Sun.
Or, they can use their imagination and color the design items on this page using their favorite shades. A blue Sun? Why not?
Our next coloring sheet captures how the eight planets in our solar system revolve around the Sun. This coloring page features a beautiful Sun placed at the center of the page and the planets.
What we love the most about this coloring page is that it leaves room for imagination and creativity.
Your child can color each of the planets using combinations of colors, and they can also draw on the white background to add a personal touch to this work of art.
Print this free solar system coloring page for your children and invite them to get creative with colors while learning more about outer space!
This solar system coloring page lets you see the solar system from a different perspective. Each planet is lined up in orbital order around the sun, waiting for you to bring them to life in color.
I would suggest starting with the Sun and using warm reds and oranges. Color Earth in cool blues and greens as well. Did you know that Earth is the only planet that has life on it?
You can color the rest of the planets to your own imagination.
Our next coloring page shows just how intricate and fascinating the solar system is. This printable sheet captures the trajectories of the planets around the Sun in the solar system.
Here’s a fun fact: Uranus orbits the Sun every 84 years. In 2033, Uranus will have made its third complete orbit around our Sun since it was discovered back in 1781.
This coloring page is a great opportunity to teach your little one about how planets orbit around the Sun and how much time it takes for each of them to do it.
Invite your children to prepare their crayons and learn together about outer space in a fun way!
This solar system coloring page invites you to explore outer space with your friends on a rocket ship. Join the smiling Sun, cosmic planets, and stars as you imagine the wonders of the universe.
As you can tell from this coloring sheet, the sun is the largest object in our solar system. It always appears as yellow, so you can give it that realistic color.
Color the crescent moon a glistening white and the twinkling stars glittery silver or gold. Make the rocket blaze a fiery trail with oranges, yellows and reds.
Did you know that in the 60 years of exploring outer space, we’ve sent spacecraft to all of the planets in our solar system?
Use our next coloring page to invite your little one to imagine what it is like to visit each planet. What does your child imagine being on Mars is like?
Our next solar system coloring page captures the Sun in the left top corner of the page and the four inner planets that are the closest to the Sun.
Print this coloring sheet for your child and let them get creative with colors.
We believe that our next solar system-inspired coloring sheet captures the solar system in a very cute way.
This page features eight small adorable planets and the Sun and plenty of cute stars surrounding them.
This solar system coloring sheet features so many design details that your little one will love to color.
They can color the planets as realistically as possible, or they can reimagine each of the planets and the Sun using their favorite shades. Imagination has no limits!
Explore the unique personalities of the Sun and planets with this solar system coloring page. You can see the sun as a large circle with a jagged edge, representing its heat and energy.
There are also 12 planets orbiting around the sun. They have different sizes and shapes, and some of them have stripes, spots, or rings.
Did you know that there are only eight official planets in our solar system? The other four are dwarf planets, which are smaller and have less gravity.
Want to teach your little one more about the inner and outer planets? Use this free printable coloring sheet as a fun exercise to explore outer space together.
Here’s a fun fact to share with your little one about planets: the four inner planets are made of rock and metal, while the four outer planets are made of hydrogen, helium, and other gases.
This cute coloring sheet captures four of the planets in our solar system. Can your little one guess the names of the planets on this page?
Ask your child to get their colorful crayons and learn together about outer space while coloring.
Our last solar system coloring page features the Sun and the eight planets placed on their orbits they use to revolve around the Sun.
Use this printable coloring sheet to teach your little one the names of the eight planets and their position around the Sun.
Print this solar system coloring page and invite your child to get creative with colors. They can experiment with different shades and have fun while learning about the fascinating outer space.
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