Adorable chicken coloring pages to print off and color. Explore these farm animals with these free printable sheets.
Whether you are learning about farm life, or keep a flock of backyard chickens these coloring sheets are for you!
Unique designs featuring hens, roosters, and baby chicks. Perfect for adults and kids of all ages!
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How to Print
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- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Make your own chicken coloring book by printing off one of each design. Not just for kids, these coloring sheets make wonderful adult coloring pages.
As a backyard chicken owner to a flock of laying hens, I tried to make cheerful chicken designs. If you keep chickens, you know how much joy these animals can bring!
Is there anything cuter than sweet baby chicks? Adults and kids of all ages will love coloring in these pages!
As your kids color, they can count the little baby chicks. Spring is a wonderful time of year to learn about baby animals with your kids, but these sheets are cute to color in all year long.
In nature, a mother hen will raise her chicks and teach them what is safe to eat. Without a mother, baby chicks are often raised in a brooder until they are old enough to go out into the coop.
Young children can practice writing the word chick on the lines or any letter of the alphabet! A fun way to practice fine motor skills.
Realistic coloring pages featuring chickens. If you have a flock of chickens you can color in these pages to resemble your own flock!
Chickens breeds come in a wide range of colors including red, brown, black, white, and even grayish purple. Many have a mix of different colored feathers and some even have spots or bars.
Some chickens free range which means they are let out of the coop and are able to walk around a yard or farm. Others have a run attached to their coop where they can walk around and scratch the Earth.
I love that this free chicken coloring page has a bright sun along with some grass. Chickens love scratching in the grass to look for bugs and insects to eat!
On the next printable, your kids can color in the chicken along with the word chicken written in outline form. On the lines, young children can write the word chicken or capital and lowercase letter c.
Compared to hens, roosters often have long feathers and are larger. If your raise backyard chickens, you may only have a flock of laying hens.
You can color the images of the roosters to resemble a rooster you have seen in real life. Crayons, markers, colored pencils, or even water color paints can be used to color in these sheets!
Perfect for young children who are learning their letters, they can color in the word rooster written on this page. Then the word rooster or capital and lowercase letter r can be written in the line.
I Love Chickens
If you are enthusiastic about backyard chickens these next coloring pages are for you! I heart baby chicks along with I heart backyard chickens. Each one has realistic chickens that you can color.
It would be fun to color in any of these pages if you are raising your own backyard flock. Or if you have recently visited a local farm.
Coloring in each of the letters is a fun literacy activity. Pair these sheets with a great children's book about chickens.
Sonya's Chickens by Phoebe Wahl is a realistic story about a young child and her backyard chickens. This book is filled with beautiful illustrations.
If you are looking for an informational text written for kids, Lisa Steele's children's book Let's Hatch Chicks! is a wonderful pick.
Visit a Local Farm
A great way to learn about raising chickens with your kids is to visit a local farm or chicken keeper.
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These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free chicken coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com