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Bulldozer Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Rev up your engines and get ready to dig into these 20 bulldozer coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Bulldozers, with their powerful blades and robust presence, have always fascinated kids and adults alike, symbolizing the sheer might of construction machinery.

This set showcases bulldozers in action – leveling grounds, moving heaps of dirt, and working with other construction vehicles. From realistic portrayals to cartoonish renditions perfect for younger colorists, there’s a design here for every budding engineer and machine enthusiast!


To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Bulldozer Coloring Pages

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

10. Cereal Bulldozer Pictures

For this craft, you will need glue – lots of glue!

You’re going to pick a bulldozer picture and have your kids color it in.

Then, they’re going to take Elmer’s glue and squirt it out onto the page in a random stream. They can use as much as or as little as they like (but don’t be surprised if they use a lot!).

Next, they’re going to take their favorite cereal and sprinkle it over the glue until the glue is totally covered.

They can use Fruit Loops, Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs, even oatmeal – you get the idea.

Wait for the glue to dry completely for at least a few hours (if not overnight). Lift the page, and you have a fun upgrade to a simple coloring picture!

9. Movable Blade Bulldozers

Pick a bulldozer picture where the blade’s arms are visible – like Huina Bulldozer In Construction Site or Easy Bulldozer Outline.

You’re going to print it out onto cardstock and then have your children color it in and cut it out.

You – the parent – will then take a sharp pair of scissors or an X-acto knife and cut off the blade and its arms.

What you’re then going to do is reattach it with brass fasteners. This allows for the blade to lift and move.

You can mount the bulldozer on a piece of construction paper if you like.

8. Parts Of A Bulldozer Pictures

Whether you’re covering a lesson on machinery or you just want to keep your little ones occupied for an afternoon, you can get them to use their research and writing skills with this craft.

Have them look up diagrams of the parts of a bulldozer and identify them on the page of one of my illustrations, writing them in.

They can then color in the picture and “frame” it by mounting it against a piece of construction paper.

7. Party Decorations

For the young (or young at heart) big machine enthusiast, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg on birthday party decorations.

You can use my bulldozer pictures in a variety of ways! 

From simply coloring in a few pictures and hanging them up to cutting out bulldozers and propping them up as name placards or using them as food ID tags, there’s so much you can do.

Why not string together five or six and make festive bunting for a wall or a doorway? 

You can also Google ideas for inventive ways to use my bulldozer pictures as party décor. 

6. Nursery Or Playroom Décor 

For a more permanent decoration, you can also use my bulldozer pictures as a nursery or playroom décor.

Color in three or four of my pictures with high-quality markers or colored pencils and then frame them. 

You can hang them in a gallery wall-type arrangement or place them on different walls throughout the room. 

You could also resize the bulldozers to be smaller, color them in, cut them out, and make a mobile to hang over the crib or just as decoration.

5. Play Figurines

For smaller kids who love big machines, you can turn my bulldozer pictures into play figurines by printing them out onto cardstock and cutting them out.

The cardstock is sturdy enough to withstand at least a few play sessions, as well as actually “bulldozing” a pile of cereal or dirt.

4. 3D Bulldozer Pictures

For a cool 3D effect, you’re going to print out the bulldozer picture you want to use – twice, and the second time, it will be onto cardstock.

On the first sheet, color in everything except the bulldozer. On the cardstock, cut out the bulldozer and color it in.

Then, you’re going to center the bulldozer cut-out over the first page, slightly skewing it so that it’s just beyond the lines.

Take two small pieces of paper (no bigger than an inch) and fold them in half; glue one side to the first page and the other to the bulldozer cut-out.

This will create the 3D effect! You can leave the picture as-is or frame it.

3. B Is For Bulldozer Crafts

For a fun activity while kids are learning their letters, have kids cut out the letters to spell “B Is For Bulldozer” and arrange them on a piece of construction paper, gluing them down.

Then, have them color in and cut out a bulldozer from one of my pictures to punctuate the point and illustrate the words. 

2. Dioramas

Have your kids create little dioramas from cardboard boxes and my bulldozer pictures.

Turn the cardboard box on its side and cut off the “top”; then you can fill the inside with backdrop, hills, building sites – whatever you want and whatever your imaginations concoct. 

Color in and cut out bulldozers, then paste them into the pictures for action shots of kids’ favorite machines doing what they were made to do.

1. Holiday Bulldozer Pictures

My bulldozer pictures can be embellished for any holiday – for example, you can add hearts to the Easy Bulldozer Outline and text like, “Don’t push my love away!”

And voila! You have a homemade Valentine!

You could also do shamrocks for St. Patty’s Day, pine trees for Christmas, pumpkins for Halloween, gourds for Thanksgiving – the list goes on.

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