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Captain Underpants Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Unleash your inner prankster and dive into a world of hilarity with these 24 Captain Underpants coloring pages, ready for you to download and print completely for free! With these sheets, you’ll join George, Harold, and the unforgettable Captain Underpants on their zany adventures, bringing their escapades to life with your creativity.

This set brings together moments straight out of Dav Pilkey’s famous series, from epic battles against quirky villains, action-packed scenes in and out of Jerome Horwitz Elementary School, to the duo’s comical comic creations. Whether you’re a fan of the books or the movies, there’s no shortage of laughs here!

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 Captain Underpants Coloring Pages

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

10. Craft Stick Bookmarks

For a cute spin on your typical bookmarks, you can instead use craft sticks – either small or large – as well as cut-outs from my Captain Underpants pictures.

You’ll want to choose a character that is rather more upright than horizontal (or, if they’re horizontal, you can flip them vertically).

Color in the character of your choice and cut them out, then paste them onto the craft stick.

Don’t use them until the glue has totally dried, or else it could end up sticking to your book pages!

9. Captain Underpants Design Competitions

Pick a Captain Underpants picture where his underpants feature prominently – you could even isolate the underpants and resize them to be larger.

Print out as many as you need and set the kids to design their very own pair.

They can stick to markers/crayons/colored pencils, or you can also provide glue, glitter glue, feathers, buttons, sequins, etc.!

Then, have them vote for the pair they like best (no voting for themselves); the pair with the most votes wins!

8. Bingo Games

Take your typical Bingo game – which you can find the parts for online at sites like Amazon – and make it Underpantsified!

You can do this by simply coloring in and cutting out figures and shapes from my Captain Underpants pictures and using them as markers for the Bingo boards.

If the character/shape is too big, you can always resize it to be smaller.

7. Character Toilet Paper Roll Stand-Up Figurines

For this craft, you’ll need as many toilet paper rolls as figurines you want to make – so gather accordingly!

You’re going to pick which characters you want to use and print out those pages; have your kids color in just the figures and cut them out.

Then, they’ll glue the toilet paper rolls to the backs of the cut-outs so that they “stand free.” The TP rolls also make good handles for playing Captain Underpants!

6. Mini-Storybook

Challenge your kids or students to come up with a little story based on several of my Captain Underpants pictures.

They can color in the illustrations and write a few sentences directly on the page about what’s happening.

Then, three-hole punch the pages and bind them together using O-rings or a small binder so you can flip through the storybook with ease.

5. Cotton Ball Underpants Crafts

This is a silly and fun craft that is perfect for pre-K or kindergarteners (or even younger).

You’re going to pick a Captain Underpants picture where the underpants are featured prominently.

Have your kids dip cotton balls in glue and then “fill in” the underpants with them. 

Once they’re all filled in, wait for the glue to dry before hanging their masterpiece somewhere prominent, like on the fridge or on a wall.

4. Pin The Cape On Captain Underpants Games

If you’re hosting a Captain Underpants-themed birthday party, here is a game you can play.

You’ll just print out one of my Captain Underpants pictures to use as the main gameplay poster.

Then, you’ll find a smaller picture of his cape, copy and paste it onto a word processor document up to 10 times, and print that out.

You can opt to color in the cape or leave it black and white. Cut out each cape.

When it comes time to play, put push-pins through the cape and have the kids attempt to get it as close to Captain Underpants’ neck as possible.

3. What Superpower Would You Choose Writing Sheets

A great activity for a classroom, you can shrink down one of my Captain Underpants pictures or characters to fit in the corner of a page.

Then, write the prompt “What Superpower Would You Choose And Why?” and line the page below with blank lines.

You can pass this activity out to your students as a writing exercise, something to spark their imagination and get their brains working.

2. Caped Lollipops

Perfect for a Captain Underpants-themed party or treats in the classroom once you’ve finished reading one of Dav Pilkey’s books, these caped lollipops will delight you.

You’ll just need to isolate Captain Underpants’ cape, so find one that is mostly or all visible.

Copy and paste it multiple times onto a word processor document and print. Color them in and cut them out, then cut a small slit near the top.

You can then slip a lollipop through, stick first!

1. Pins (Or Magnets)

To make pins or magnets, you’ll need to print out the Captain Underpants figures you want to use onto shrink sheets.

Have your kids color them in with markers and cut them out.

Then, you’ll bake them per the instructions and let them cool.

Once they’re ready to be handled, you’re going to take a hot glue gun and attach either pinbacks or magnets.

Wait for the glue to dry before using either! (At least a few hours.) 

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