Top Printable Pokemon Coloring Pages For Kids

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Coloring pages done with pokemon are the perfect activity for fun and learning. There are many characters from Pokemon; 151 Pokemon characters officially released by the Pokemon Company. the cuteness and the interesting characters of the cartoons in the coloring pages makes children and even adults motivated to do coloring subjects.

The name Pokémon is a syllabic condensing of the Japanese brand “Pocket Monsters’. The expression “Pokemon”, as well as alluding to the Pokemon establishment itself, likewise altogether alludes to the 898 anecdotal species that have shown up in Pokemon media as of the arrival of the eighth era titles Pokémon Sword and Shield. “Pokémon” is indistinguishable in the particular and plural, similar to every individual species name; it is and would be syntactically right to say “one Pokémon” and “numerous Pokémon”, just as “one Pikachu” and “numerous Pikachu and so on.

Pokemon has brought many strange and unusual characters that kids love to color. Pokemon coloring pages are widely loved and used by kids of all age because it present the chance to travel through fantasy world of hundreds of Pokemon characters: Pikachu, Eevee, Charizard, Chamelon to mention but a few for their enjoyable activity.

Here are some pokemon coloring pages for kids and adults to explore their creativity and learning.

  1. Blaziken:

Blaziken is also a bipedal Pokémon, mainly red in color but it has accents of beige, grey and yellow all over the body. A Blaziken has muscular legs thus it has lot of strength in the lower part of the body and it is capable of emitting fire from its ankles. This fire spouting from wrists and ankles cloaks the entire body helps it to perform a special type of martial art. These unique features and capabilities enable it to make its signature move and kick at the presence of strong opponents. Kids, most especially little boys, become  amazed at the awesome powers of the Blaziken, wants to practice the  martial arts and  simply love coloring this larger than life manifestation of Pokémon.

 2. Voltorb versus Clefairy:

This coloring sheet shows those few rare glimpses of the cute and friendly Clefairy not being befriended. Clefairy’s power is establishing friendships but Voltorb is not affected. So, as seen in the coloring sheet, this battle is all about Voltorb’s dominance.

3. Monferno:

A Monferno is a type of playful Pokémon. This cheerful Pokémon in Japanese is known as Mokazaru. The name Monferno originates from two words, ‘monkey’ and ‘inferno’. This character possesses special characteristics like Blaze and iron fist and intimidate its foes by stretching the fire on his tail to make it appear bigger. It uses ceilings and walls to launch attacks. The fiery tail is its only potential attack weapon, can control the fire on the tail to keep its foes at an ideal distance .A Though Monferno is a cheerful type of Pokémon it has fighting ability that will make you child gape wide mouthed at the coloring pages and would also like to color it using their own imagination.

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4. The Lord of the Dark Darkrai:

This is a portrait of the majestic, dark type Pokemon Darkrai of the Generation IV through VI. This legendary Pokémon with powers like making people fall asleep and dream or make them see terrible nightmares create interesting story lines. Despite the type, it only subjects people to nightmares to protect itself.

5. The Perfect Pokemon Poster:

Every Pokémon crazy kid deserves a big poster of Pokémon and his pals. This is an ideal time for hero worship and the little ones worships Pokémon for its various abilities. They thoroughly enjoy coloring this poster, and hang it up so that they can view it at anytime. 

6. The Boy and His Pokemon:

Pokémon player Ash Ketchum and Pikachu’s camaraderie and friendship are one of the main reasons children are attracted and love coloring this series. This bond between Ash and Pikachu can be likened to the close friendship between a boy and his pet. 

7. The Fiery One Charmeleon:

With fire on its tail, this Pokemon is all about heated performance. This coloring sheet shows Charmeleon’s fiery attitude with the Pokemon roaring out and flames on the background. Children know Charmeleon best from its appearance as Ash’s Charmeleon, which evolved from Charmander in March of Exeggutor Squad.

8. Raichu:

A Raichu is a bipedal rodent like Pokémon. Raichu is covered with dark orange fur with a cream color belly. A raichu can store up to 100,000 watts of electricity. This cute raichu becomes aggressive when it stores too much of electrical energy. A Raichu exudes a weak electrical charge from the body and glows in the dark. It sometimes discharges electricity in to ground with its light bolt shaped tail, so there are scorch marks near the nest where the Raichu resides. Just like the Raichu becomes aggressive if too much energy stored in him, similarly your child needs to channelize his inbuilt energy. The best way to channelize his energy is by playing a sport.

9. Pikachu and Charmander:

Charmander or the dinosaur like Pokémon and the popular character Pikachu are great friends. Your child also learns to bond with friends and loves meeting children of their age. Having playmates around are always great fun. They will love coloring this picture as it celebrates the idea of friendship.

10. Cute Baby Pokemon:

This pint sized Pokémon can be hung as a poster, you can also make a custom made soft toy of this baby Pokémon, so that your child can hug it tight in his sleep. This Pokémon is yet to grow up and is in the developing stage, just like your little one!

11. The Strong Machamp:

Machamp is a bipedal humanoid Pokémon with four well-muscled arms. Its skin is bluish gray; it has red eyes and pale yellow lips. Machamps are so powerful that they can lift a mountain with only one hand. Since it has four arms it can attack its foe from many angles and pin all the limbs of its foe at once. Machamps reside in mountains and are extremely powerful. A boy or girl who colors Pokémon will love this powerful character and will want to become strong and tough like a Machamp.

12. Eevee:

Eevee is known in Japanese as Eievui is a Pokémon species in Nintendo, a Pokémon franchise. This character was created by Ken Sugimori. Eevee is also known as Evolution Pokémon since Eevee has an unstable genetic code, it can transform into eight different Pokémon depending on the circumstances. The first three evolutions of Eevee are Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon which take place when the Eevee is exposed to Waterstone, Thunderstone and Firestone respectively. Eevee evolve to suit their surroundings. This portrays a form adventure for those who love to color their evolution.

Why Pokemon coloring pages are loved

Coloring has never been so much fun before. Pokémon figures are fun to color as kids can emote to their favorite characters. Buy your kids oil pastels, or water colors and let their imagination soar as they color their favorite character in bright shades. Each Pokemon has a special ability which makes them unique and adorable. They have special features that appeal to all ages and make coloring activities fun. 

Each Pokémon is different with variety to choose from and larger than life characters that children and even some adults love to color, know in detail about their favorite characters and paint them with their own imagination. So the coloring pages will give them the privilege to actually ‘own’ these characters.

They help kids learn more about their favorite pokemon characters; save them to create their pokedex and absorb all the information from the characters.

Pokemon coloring pages enable creativity for both kids and adult to give one or more color scratches on shapes, pattern of images, sketches to create artistically.

With pokemon coloring pages, skills such as imagination, patience, development of motor skills, creativity can be imbibed.

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