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Brachiosaurus Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Stretch your necks sky-high with these 18 Brachiosaurus coloring pages that are yours to freely download and print! These sheets offer kids a thrilling journey back in time, showcasing the towering Brachiosaurus, one of the most recognized and beloved dinosaurs.

In this collection, we’ve brought to life various depictions of the Brachiosaurus, including a serene Brachiosaurus enjoying its leafy meal, playful young brachiosaurs, the giant dinosaur towering over the treetops, and even a scientifically accurate Brachiosaurus skeleton, to name a few!

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To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!

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 Brachiosaurus Coloring Pages

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

10. Dinosaur Dioramas

Like a science project of old, your kids, too, can make the era of the dinosaurs come alive by building a dinosaur diorama out of my brachiosaurus pictures.

You’ll need a large cardboard box, which you will turn on its side so that the opening faces outward. You can cut off the flaps and even the “top” for easier access.

Print out the brachiosauruses you want to use and have your kids color them in and cut them out, leaving about an inch of tabbed space underneath the dinos’ feet.

They’re going to use those tabs to fold under and glue the dinos into place. 

But first, they can get creative, making the ground and the backdrop. They can just color it all in, or they can use green fabric for the grass or make felt trees or bushes, etc.

Then they’ll glue in the brachiosauruses (and any other dinosaurs they might want) to create a vignette straight out of the Jurassic period!

9. Brachiosaurus Info Booklets

Whether for school (or home school) or just to pass away a rainy afternoon stuck inside, your kids can use my brachiosaurus pictures to create little info booklets about the dinosaur.

Have them look up information on the Internet and write down three or four facts directly on the coloring page.

Then they’ll color in the pictures, and they can bind the pages using a binder bar. For extra credit, have them make an attractive cover for their booklet!

8. Movable Legs Brachiosauruses

To make the brachiosaurus’ legs move, you’ll need to print out the figures you want to use twice.

On the main figure, you’ll basically draw on the figures’ legs, turning them into stumps.

Then on the second page, you’ll do the same thing, except on the extension of the legs; there should be overlap between the stumps.

Cut out the dinosaurs, including their stumpy legs; then cut out just the leg extension stumps on the second page.

You’re then going to attach the leg extensions to the whole dino’s stumps using brass-plated fasteners stuck through both overlapping sections.

You can mount the dinosaurs on construction paper and create a background for the movable brachiosauruses!

7. Puppets

To make brachiosaurus puppets, you’ll need to print the figures you want to use onto cardstock.

Have your kids color them in and cut them out, then glue extra-large crafting sticks to the back.

Once the glue is dried, you have hand-held puppets that your kids can play with again and again.

6. Toilet Paper Roll Legs Brachiosauruses

Print out, have your kids color in, and cut out the brachiosaurus figures they want to use – but have them cut off the legs.

Then they’re going to take toilet paper rolls and cut them in half, color them in the same color as the dinos, and glue the cut-out brachiosauruses to the tops of the halved toilet paper rolls.

If the computer paper isn’t stiff enough so that the brachiosauruses’ necks stay upright, try printing out the dinos onto cardstock.

5. Googly-Eyed Brachiosauruses

This is a fun and silly craft that is perfect for toddlers through preschoolers.

You’ll just have your kids color in the dinosaurs, then once they’re done, they’ll glue googly eyes to the dinos’ faces, right on top of their regular eyes.

The effect is super silly, and your kids will enjoy shaking the picture and making the eyes, well, google!

4. Magnets

To make magnets, you will need shrink sheets, which you can find online at Amazon for less than $10 a pack.

Print the dinosaurs onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers, then cut them out.

Place the cut-outs on a baking sheet and bake per the instructions. Once they’ve cooled, you can hot glue little magnets to the back.

And your kids can even embellish the dinos with sequins, glitter – whatever they like!

3. Dino Jewelry

For this craft, you will again need shrink sheets. Have your kids color in the dinos, cut them out, and then punch holes if you’ll be attaching jewelry findings with pliers.

Bake the cut-outs, and once they’re cooled, you can either hot glue earring backs to the little figures or attach chains/o-rings/other jewelry findings using pliers.

Make earrings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, anything your heart desires.

2. Planter Accessories

To make cute little figures that go in and amongst your plants, you’ll again need shrink sheets.

Have your kids color in and cut out the dinos, then bake per the instructions.

Once they’re cool to the touch, you can glue, hot glue, or superglue skinny wooden sticks to the backs.

Wait for the glue to dry, and then stick your dinosaurs directly into the soil with your plants – this is especially wonderful if you have Jurassic-looking plants, like corn plants or gingkos!

1. Stapled Puff Brachiosauruses

For this craft, you will use one of the more basic brachiosauruses – say, Cute Brachiosaurus Coloring Page for Preschoolers.

You’ll print two, one for the top and one for the bottom. Have your kids color in the top picture and cut out both.

They’re going to start stapling down by the feet, and once they’ve gotten about halfway, they’ll stuff tissue paper or tissues into the body.

Continue stapling and stuffing until the figure is all puffed up and all closed up.

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