Unleash your imagination and soar into a futuristic world with these 20 free Doraemon coloring pages. With these sheets, kids can embark on an exciting journey into the animated world of Doraemon, where playful gadgets and heartwarming friendships define every adventure!
Included below are many illustrations inspired by this popular animated series, featuring Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Gian, Suneo, and of course, a selection of Doraemon’s fantastic futuristic gadgets. So, ready your Take-copter and coloring pages to bring these pages to life!
To use any of these pages, click on an image or link to open the printable on a new page. Once opened, you can then freely download or print as many sheets 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 Doraemon Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. DIY Rulers
To make DIY rulers out of my Doraemon pictures, you will need an actual ruler, cardstock, tape, or Mod Podge.
First, you’ll cut and fold the cardstock into a roughly three-inch by eight-inch rectangle; use the ruler to draw on the measurement markers.
Then, you’ll have your kids color in and cut out the Doraemon figures they want to use; either tape over the cutouts (as a kind of lamination) or paint with Mod Podge.
Then, with about half an inch of overlap, they’ll glue the Doraemon figure to the top of the handmade ruler.
9. Pencil Toppers
To make Doraemon pencil toppers, you will need a bit of cardboard. You’ll have your kids color in and cut out a Doraemon head (you might have to resize it before printing).
Then they’ll trace the cutout against the cardboard twice. Cut those outlines and paste the Doraemon head onto one.
Cut out three small rectangles that will fit inside the Doraemon head and glue two of them down onto the other cardboard cutout, leaving about a half inch in the middle.
The third will go overtop the other two, like a lintel over two posts.
Glue the Doraemon headpiece on top and let it dry. Your pencil should fit inside the opening created by the three smaller pieces of cardboard!
Doraemon makes the cutest keychains; here’s how to do it. You’ll need shrink sheets, which you can find on Amazon, as well as keychain hardware.
Print out the figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers, then cut them out.
Punch holes where you want the keychain hardware to attach and bake the cutouts.
When they’re cooled, you can attach the keychain hardware and admire your nifty new accessories!
Find a Doraemon head that you can resize to fit your kids’ faces and print it out.
Have your kids color it in and cut it out, then poke two holes on either side of the face.
They’ll then tie a string to each side, leaving enough to dangle so that they can be tied behind your kids’ heads.
This is a fun activity if you have a classroom (or three or more kids!).
Print out different Doraemon pictures and have the kids pick which ones they want to use.
They’ll color them in, then, using a Sharpie, draw on puzzle-like pieces right over the picture.
The pieces can be bigger for smaller/younger kids, while bigger/older kids can make the pieces a lot smaller (thus making the puzzle more difficult).
Have them cut out the pieces along the lines and then swap puzzles and try to assemble each others!
5. Decorative Plates
To make this craft, you will need inexpensive ceramic plates like the ones you might find at the dollar store. They can be different shapes, too, for a cuter touch!
You’ll also need Mod Podge. You’re going to have your kids color in and cut Doraemon figures, then mod podge them to the plates.
You can do just one figure centered in the middle or multiples – it’s totally up to you.
Let the plates dry completely, at least overnight.
Mind you, Mod Podge isn’t food-safe, so you can’t eat off of them, but you can place them on dressers or nightstands to collect jewelry or other findings.
4. Beaded Doraemon
Get your beads and glue ready!
Have your kids pick out a Doraemon picture that they want to “color in”; they’ll fill in the lines with beads.
They can do blue for the outline, white for the inside, and red for the nose – or they can just be total creatives and use random colors!
They could also fill in Doraemon’s outer body with blue beads and leave his interior body un-beaded.
3. Lunch Pails
For an affordable craft that is also quite usable once it’s done, you will need a hard lunch pail made out of plastic and Mod Podge.
Have your kids color in, cut out the Doraemon figures they want to use, and then mod podge them to the lunch pail.
Let the Mod Podge dry at least overnight before packing up their lunch inside and taking it to school.
2. Charm Bracelets
You’ll need all the regular notions to make charm bracelets – wires, beads, O-rings, etc. – for which you can find kits on Amazon.
You’ll also need shrink sheets.
Resize the Doraemon figures you want to use to be smaller than usual, a good three inches or so. Print them onto the shrink sheets.
Have your kids color them in with markers and cut them out, then punch holes where they want the charms to attach to the bracelet.
Bake the cutouts and let them cool completely; once they’re ready, you can add them to the bracelets using O-rings.
To make Doraemon dioramas, you can use a cardboard box turned onto its side (and for greater ease, you can remove the “top”).
You’re going to print out the Doraemon figures you want to use and have your kids color them in.
When they cut them out, they’re going to leave a little half-inch tab below their feet – this will be used to fold under and glue the figures into place.
Have your kids flex their creativity to create props for Doraemon to interact with, like his gadgets.