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Toucan Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to explore the vibrant world of rainforests with these 20 toucan coloring pages, yours to freely download and print! Each page brings the tropical world to life, featuring the iconic toucan with its vivid beak and lively eyes.

This collection showcases a variety of toucan scenes, from birds perched high in the treetops to flying amidst lush foliage. Perfect for bird lovers or anyone who enjoys coloring wildlife, these pages are a great way to celebrate the colorful spirit of toucans!


To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

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 Toucan Coloring Pages

Here are 10 inexpensive, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Tissue Paper Beak Toucans

For this cute craft, you will need three or more different – and brilliant – colors of tissue paper, all the brightest, boldest colors you can find!

You’re going to cut the tissue paper into roughly five-by-five squares and, pinching the middles, twist them about halfway so that there is still some on the top that is untwisted.

Then, you’ll place them in whatever pattern you like on the toucan picture of your choice, focusing on the beak – I recommend a rainbow!

Color in the rest of the toucan and the backdrop.

9. Sequin Beak Toucans

While this craft is specifically for the beak, if you have the patience, you can fill in the entire bird with sequins!

But first thing’s first: You’re going to need sequins in bold colors, as well as glue (any glue that dries clear).

Place the sequins in whatever pattern you like, gluing them into place on the toucan’s beak – you could do a rainbow, again, or perhaps an Ombre effect!

This is a great craft for older kids, as younger children might find difficulty handling and manipulating the sequins.

As I mentioned, though, you don’t have to stop at the beak – if you can find black sequins, you can really make the bird’s feathers shimmer!

8. Toucan On A Branch Crafts

For this craft, you’ll need an actual branch – yes, from your yard! Nothing too big, though, or too heavy.

Print out the toucan you want to use onto white cardstock and color it in using bright, bold markers. Cut out the form and glue the bottom of the bird to the stick.

You can add little leafy touches or use tissue paper to make tropical flowers and glue those on as well.

Take a long piece of string and tie each side on both ends of the stick – this will give you something to hang your toucan on a branch with.

7. Toucan Wall Decorations

To make this craft, you’ll need a smallish embroidery hoop, as well as a craft stick that spans the entire width of the hoop (it can be cut down if it’s too big).

You’ll print out the toucan you want to use onto cardstock, color it in, and then cut it out.

Glue the craft stick to the front of the embroidery hoop, just below the center (about a third of the way up), and then glue the toucan to the stick.

Next, you’ll want to embellish the hoop, which you can do by gluing on fake tropical flowers and monstera leaves cut out of felt.

Then, tie a string at the top of the hoop to hang your lovely craft with.

6. “T” Is For Toucan Page

For kids practicing their alphabet, you can turn my toucan pictures into a fun activity page for the letter T.

In the blank space on one of my toucan illustrations, draw in a few traceable lines, one for uppercase T and one for lowercase.

Then write in “T is for Toucan.” Make as many copies as you need, and have the kids not only color in the picture but fill out the worksheet with their practice T’s.

5. Layers Of Foliage Toucan Craft

For this craft, you’ll need cardstock in four different shades of green. 

You’re going to cut each piece down to the same square size, then cut into each piece (except the lightest shade of green) different tropical plants.

Starting with the lightest shade as the backdrop, layer the pieces from lightest to darkest; color in and cut out a toucan and include it in the second or third layer.

Glue each layer down and then frame.

4. Toucan Paintings

For a fun and simple activity that is perfect for kids, put down a vinyl tablecloth and break out the watercolor paints.

Let your kids paint in my lovely toucan pictures, whether they stay close to nature or have a different interpretation.

3. Toucan Masks

You’re going to make the eye part of the toucan masks by drawing a figure-8, complete with eye holes, and cutting that out.

Then, you’re going to pick a toucan picture where the beak is prominent and print it out twice (for every mask you’re making).

Have your kids color in both beaks and cut them out (they’ll actually color in the back of the page for the second beak).

Then, place the tops of the beaks at a roughly 45-degree angle and tape over them – it should look like a tent.

Tape the beaks to the eye masks and add string to tie them onto their faces.

2. Phone Cover Embellishments

To make phone cover embellishments, you’re going to shrink the toucans down to size, print them out, and color them in with bold markers.

Cut them out and then Mod Podge them to the inside of clear phone cases; you can also add embellishments, like tropical flowers and foliage.

Wait for the Mod Podge to dry before slipping your phone into the case.

1. Movable Beak Toucans

Have your kids color in just the toucan’s body – not the beak – and cut out just their body, too, and not their beak.

Then, you’re going to cut equal-sized pieces off a paper plate; your kids can color those in, as well.

Using a brass fastener, secure the two pieces of paper plate to the face of the toucan.

The result is that the toucan can open and shut its mouth!

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