These free printable farm animal coloring pages are great for children of all ages! Pick from detailed coloring sheets showing animals on the farm or simpler preschool and kindergarten farm animal coloring page printables with just the animal and the animal’s name in letters to color or trace.
If you’re working on a farm theme unit with your preschooler, be sure to grab these free printable farm number puzzles.
If you have a coloring enthusiast in your family, be sure to discover more free printable coloring pages for adults and children while you’re here on The Artisan Life.
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The best coloring supplies for kids
Coloring pages aren’t just fun for kids – they’re developmentally helpful and appropriate.
Coloring helps your child express their creativity, improve fine motor skills, and practice their pencil grip. The farm animal coloring pages with words have the added benefit of reinforcing vocabulary and providing an opportunity to trace letters.
Here are a few supplies to help you make the most of your coloring experience:
I recommend printing coloring pages on bright white 32lb paper. The paper is bright and smooth for an enjoyable coloring experience. Do you remember being frustrated by crummy, low-quality coloring book pages as a child? Pages that looked yellow and had a rough, hard to color texture? Give your child the gift of a better coloring experience than you had – grab some surprisingly affordable premium paper. It makes coloring so much nicer.
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Our family has four completely different, equally favorite sets of coloring tools:
- Gel pens
- Colored pencils
Because there are a lot of frustratingly poor, but enticingly low-priced, gel pen sets available, I wrote an entire post on the best gel pens for coloring. These two are our top picks (my husband is actually the gel pen devotee):
The Sakura pens are a bit pricey for a child’s coloring, but the Tanmit gel pen set set is affordable and works well for coloring.
My top pick for markers are Crayola Supertips. They’re affordable and fun for both adults and children. They’re fairly washable, available in a variety of colors, and you can even use them for calligraphy practice!
My daughter’s favorite crayons are Honeysticks natural beeswax crayons. The colors palette is limited, but the colors are rich and creamy. She used to always complain about not being able to see most of the colors from her major name brand crayon set. She never complains of not being able to see what she colors with Honeysticks.
These crayons have the added benefit of being pure beeswax, which means they’re safe for little mouths that can’t always resist tasting their crayons.
- NATURAL NON TOXIC GOODNESS - Honeysticks beeswax crayons are handmade in New Zealand with 100% pure New Zealand beeswax with non-toxic pigments so...
- DURABLE & ERGONOMIC SHAPE - The shape of Honeysticks thins encourages correct finger and hand grasps for writing in older children. Help your kids...
- SUSTAINABLE & LOW IMPACT- The beeswax used to create Honeysticks is a natural by-product of honey production. This sustainable process causes minimal...
Nothing beats Prismacolor pencils for creaminess. It may seem silly to get art pencils for a young child, but I’m a firm believer in providing a smaller number of higher quality art materials. Allowing your child to use “real” colored pencils that color well is much more likely to keep them engaged with coloring and interested in drawing, in general.
- Soft, thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows
- Ultra smooth, even color laydown
- Lightfast, richly saturated pigments
Free printable farm animal coloring sheets
Like all printables on The Artisan Life, these are available for personal and single classroom use. You are welcome to print and use them as many times as you’d like with your own children, students, therapy clients. etc. This includes use with your Scout group, homeschool co-op, etc. as long as you are personally organizing the activity and not charging to participate.
You are not licensed to redistribute the files to others for use with their children, students, therapy clients, etc. Instead, please refer your friends and coworkers to this page so they can download their own copies.
Because many people are looking for specific animals (you know how kids can be when they want a horse coloring page and that. is. it!), I’ve broken the set of 22 coloring pages out into individual downloads. Each free download link is located below the corresponding preview image. Please download the PDF and do not print the small, low-resolution preview image because it will look terrible.
If you want to save time and grab all 22 pages in one handy file, they are available for the very low price of $1.29. Keep scrolling past this offer for the previews and individual free download links.
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I hope you enjoy these farm animal coloring pages! If your family loves to color like mine does, be sure to grab these additional free printable coloring pages here on The Artisan Life:
Natasha Núñez is a former classroom teacher with a Masters of the Arts in Teaching. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.