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Bob The Builder Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Grab your hard hats and gear up for a craft adventure with these 20 Bob the Builder coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These sheets are perfect for those seeking to dive into the colorful world of Bob with his helpful team and their can-do attitude!

This series features a wide range of illustrations, showcasing all your favorite characters, including Bob, Wendy, and the helpful machine team consisting of Scoop, Muck, Dizzy, Lofty, and Roley. There are also fun scenes from Bob’s various building projects, including sunny Fixham Harbor and bustling Spring City!

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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 Bob The Builder Coloring Pages

There’s nothing Bob the Builder can’t do, so it’s not surprising that he’s a big hit with children.

Try these fun and affordable crafts if your child’s coloring pages have piled up.

1. Elevator Ride

For this cute craft, use an empty, quart-size cardboard milk container laminated with red construction paper, and add a brick design with a black marker.

Then, cut three windows in the front to make three stories. Next, when Bob is colored and cut out, punch a hole at the top for a piece of string. 

The string can be used to pull Bob up through the carton to appear as if he is riding up and down an elevator!

2. Builder Bob in Gold

This adorable classroom craft is not only fun but also serves a useful purpose.

Give each child a giant gold paperclip, like those used to hold small stacks of folders or to keep notebooks shut.

When Bob is colored, he should be glued to cardboard with invisible glue, leaving a bottom opening that’s glue free.

Slide the gold paperclip into this pocket and seal it in contact paper for an instant fancy bookmark!

3. Bob the Builder Hard Hat

If your child likes to play excavation games using a toy hardhat, Bob the Builder can help decorate it!

Let the youngster carefully choose some coloring pages and cut out the characters to position them decal-style on the hat.

To keep it nice, three coats of acrylic spray should be placed over the artwork.

Every now and then, the child can “redecorate” and color a new set of characters for a different look!

4. Bob Spins Along

This hilarious craft begins by cutting a cardboard strip and fashioning it into the shape of a tire. 

A layer of black pom-poms sealed with a strip of contact paper makes it roll easily. 

Next, Bob should be colored and cut out, leaving a bit of extra paper at the top and bottom. These can be folded over and glued inside the tire.

When it rolls, it will look like Bob is hanging on for the spin of his life!

5. Fun Tool Ornament

To make this great hanging ornament, color a full-size Bob the Builder, glue it to cardboard, and cut it out.

Use a hole punch to make a small hole at the top so that it can be hung, and then punch several holes at the cutout’s base.

From a separate coloring page, tools or other peripheral items can be colored, pasted to cardboard, and cut out. 

A string can be attached to the holes at the bottom for a funny hanging ornament featuring Bob and his tools.

6. Make an Oversized Keychain

To make this big, fun keychain, have the youngster trace the part of the coloring page he or she wishes to use and cut it out.

It should be glued to sturdy cardboard or corkboard and trimmed around the sides. Krazy glue is best for this.

Then, with a craft drill or large hole punch, make a hole at the cutout’s top for a chain or plastic tie.

Give the keychain one coat of acrylic spray, which will last a long time!

7. Laminate a Toolbox

Nothing is better than a toolbox decorated with Bob the Builder coloring pages. The best part is that several pages are typically needed!

When the appropriate number of pages is colored, trim them to the various sections of the toolbox. 

Kraft glue works best on metal toolboxes, and rubber cement or plain Elmer’s glue works best for plastic.

Three coats of acrylic spray should seal the artwork, and the youngster has now created a designer toolbox.

8. Classroom Activity

This great classroom activity is educational as well as enjoyable. Give each child two Bob the Builder coloring pages to use as a homemade book’s front and back covers.

Put blank pages inside, which can be plain white printer paper or construction paper. 

Use a three-hole punch to make space for yarn or paper fasteners.

On the pages inside, have the youngsters draw pictures of tools freehand and write down what they are used for, for a fun and engaging classroom project.

9. Bob on a Scaffold

This craft begins with four empty bathroom tissue cardboard and a thick piece of poster board, about four inches wide and eight inches long.

Yarn should be glued around the top rims of the four cardboards with rubber cement, and then, in turn, the rectangular piece of cardboard should be glued on top of the yarn. 

Now Bob has his scaffold. Bob should be colored, glued to cardboard, and cut out, leaving an extra piece of cardboard at the base. 

When folded over and glued to the top of the scaffold, it creates a one-of-a-kind desktop decoration.

10. Make a Fancy Wagon

If your child has a toy wagon, this craft will be a big hit! Using the necessary number of coloring pages, use them to laminate the outside of the wagon.

Carpenter’s glue works best for this task. If the wagon has a smooth inner surface, other pages can also be used to laminate this.

Seal the artwork with several coats of acrylic spray so that it will last, and your youngster has a Bob the Builder wagon!

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