On this page, you will find 40 original Tiger coloring pages that are entirely free to print or download! I included many types of tigers, from cute baby ones, tigers from iconic movies and comics, mandala tigers, and favorites from my childhood like Hobbes and Tiger From Winnie-the-Pooh.
These printables are a great screen-free activity for keeping young ones (and adults, too!) entertained, while also expressing creativity. The coloring sheets can also double as party decorations, a fun scrapbook project, or even a last-minute arts activity on a rainy day.
If you would like to color any of these pictures, click on any of the below images or links to open the PDF on a new page. Once opened, you will then be able to freely download or print as many times as you want!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas to Do With Tiger Coloring Pages
Here are some easy, quick, fun, and free craft ideas to do with these coloring pages!
1. Create an Animal Banner
Tiger-themed banners are a great way to teach kids about exotic animals, especially if your class is learning about the rainforest.
You could also use other animal coloring pages to create an alphabetical banner with each letter corresponding to a different animal.
To get your students involved, I recommend getting them to color the sheets for this banner. Provide plenty of markers, crayons, and paints!
2. Tiger-Themed Storybook
A great project for art class or geography is to make a tiger-themed storybook using my coloring sheets!
To make the book, download multiple copies of my tiger coloring pages (about 5-10 pages for each student), and have the kids color them in, setting one aside for the book cover.
Next, fold large pieces of colored craft paper in half to use as the book covers, staple the coloring pages into the crease, and paste the leftover tiger page on the front.
After binding the book, either paste index cards on the pages or have the kids write their story at the bottom of each page.
To make the project more educational, have your kids include at least one real fact about tigers in their story, and give extra points for creativity!
3. Tiger-Themed Story/Research Board
This project is similar to the storybook project above, but each student only needs one coloring page.
Print out enough copies for each student, have them select their favorite tiger picture, and get them to color it in.
Using poster board or a large sheet of colored craft paper, fold it in half to make a crease, and paste the tiger picture onto one side of the board, leaving the other side blank.
Next, have the kids either write a story about a tiger or facts about tigers onto line-ruled paper and paste them onto the other side of the board.
After completing the project, have the kids present their stories/research in front of the class. Give points for creativity, accuracy, and attention to detail!
4. Tiger/Animal Coloring Book
Another great project to use my tiger coloring pages for is to make a coloring book! You can make it exclusively tiger themed, or download other animal coloring pages from my website.
Download multiple coloring pages (I recommend about 30-50 pages per book) and bind them together with staples or a hole punch and fastener.
Next, use a piece of poster board or card stock to make the book covers. Fold it in half to make a crease, and staple the pages into the book.
Set aside a coloring sheet to paste on the front cover, and have the kids color it in.
This project is perfect for art class and will make a great keepsake for parents later on!
5. Make a Personalized Journal/ Sketchbook Cover
If your kid’s journal or sketchbook needs sprucing up, try making a new book cover for them with my tiger-themed coloring pages.
Have your kid select their favorite illustration from my tiger collection, print it out, and have them color it in. You could also use a coloring app on your device to make it higher quality.
Use Modge Podge or a similar type of paste to attach the picture to the book cover.
I recommend using washi tape, ribbon, stickers, and other decorations to add more personality to the cover!
6. Animal-Themed Scrapbook
If you’re making a scrapbook for your family, kids, or compiling a book of baby photos, my tiger-themed coloring pages would make a great addition!
You can use the coloring sheets as backgrounds for the page layout, or you can cut out the silhouettes and use them like stickers or place them strategically to border the page.
7. Tiger Mobile
For this craft, select your favorite coloring pages, print them, and color them in. Next, paste the sheets onto card stock and cut out the silhouettes of the tigers.
Afterward, tie your cut-outs to long pieces of string or embroidery thread, and tie them to a circular or hexagonal wooden frame/ embroidery hoop.
After securing the tigers, tie strings above each tie, and secure them together to form a cone-like shape.
Tie your mobile to a mobile holder, and you’re done! This is perfect for a safari-themed nursery or if you’re a family of animal lovers.
8. Framed Tiger Coloring Page
If you’re looking for other ways to dress up a nursery, or you have kids that love tigers, you can color and frame one of my tiger-themed coloring pages for their room.
Simply print out a cute tiger picture from my collection, color it in, and find a frame that fits the style of your kid’s bedroom!
9. Kids Stationery Set
If you’re teaching your kids how to write letters and cards, you can increase the fun by making them a tiger-themed stationery set.
Download a selection of my coloring pages, and fill them in using a coloring app.
Afterward, print the pages onto card stock (I recommend changing the dimensions to have standard-sized cards).
As well, you can make matching envelopes with colored craft paper using this method.
These cards are great for your kids to give to their friends, or to use as party invitations.
10. Safari-Themed Party Decorations
If you’re throwing a safari-themed party for your kid, you can save some money on decorations by making your own using my tiger-themed coloring pages.
You can use the full sheets as posters, placemats, or turn them into a tiger-themed banner.
As well, you can cut the silhouettes out and tape them to the cups and plates, or stick them on popsicle/cake pop sticks for cake decorations.
Further still, if you’re handing out party favors, you can paste these coloring pages onto the gift bags, or simply include them in the bags for the kids to color later on.