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Halo Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Lock and load your coloring pencils with these 20 Halo coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Combining the high-stakes action of the Halo video game series with the creative outlet of coloring, these pages are a must-have for fans eager to bring their favorite characters and scenes to life!

In this collection, you’ll find Master Chief in various battle poses, as well as members of the Covenant like the Elites and Grunts. Also included are epic scenes of space battles, Spartan warriors, and iconic vehicles like the Warthog and Ghost, plus many others that you can see down below!

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!

8 Craft Ideas To Do With Halo Coloring Pages

Halo coloring pages have the same energy and excitement as the game itself.

If those finished pages have piled up, try these exciting and affordable crafts.

1. Make An Energy Sword

Halo fans all love the iconic energy sword, so let the youngsters fashion one of their own! This is easy: just trace and cut a sword from cardboard. 

Then, the child can cut all the favorite parts from those finished coloring pages to decorate the sword.

If there’s not enough for both sides, the youngster can always color more! Seal the work with a coat of acrylic spray and let the child enjoy this fun toy.

2. Design a Homemade Comic Book

Video games and comic books go together, and your child will have lots of fun making a homemade Halo comic book.

Give the youngster six or seven pieces of colorful construction paper fastened together with staples or paper fasteners.

Now, it’s time to get creative. Have the child come up with some simple dialogue and cut out characters and items from the finished pages to create the scene.

This is also a terrific group activity, and the youngsters can trade comic books with each other at the end!

3. Add Pizzazz to a Helmet

If your child has a toy helmet or uses one for sports or bicycle riding, it can be made into something spectacular with Halo coloring pages.

This craft is limited only by the youngster’s imagination, and some or all of the finished coloring pages can be used to dress up the helmet.

The child can cut shapes from the pages or cut the characters out. It’s simply a matter of personal preference.

Use at least two coats of acrylic spray to seal in the artwork, and your youngster has a brand-new helmet.

4. Bravo 022 Ship Classroom Activity

Start this fun group activity by having the youngsters build the famous Bravo 022 ship from the Halo video game. 

This can be done with cardboard, construction paper, old container lids, or anything recyclable.

When the youngsters have built their massive ship, it can be decorated with cutouts from all their finished halo coloring pages. Craft glue will work best for this.

For extra fun, attach a piece of string and hang this impressive ship from the classroom ceiling.

5. Climbing Around

If your little Halo fan has a bed with posts, this craft is perfect. 

Have the child color as many combat characters as desired, gluing them to thin cardboard before cutting them out.

Then, using non-damaging wall putty, the characters can be attached to the bed posts as if they are climbing up to engage in combat.

Extra cutouts can be used to have the characters “climb” up the wall as well!

6. Decorate a File Cabinet

If you have an old file cabinet in a home office or classroom, have the youngsters decorate it Halo-style.

If you’re not concerned about returning the cabinet to its original condition, any type of glue will work.

The youngsters can figure out a specific scene or just decorate the cabinet in a random pattern. The idea is to have fun!

7. A Fun Group Poster

This engaging classroom activity involves some creative thinking, and all youngsters find it enjoyable.

When the coloring pages are complete, have them put their heads together to come up with a combat scene from the game. 

Make sure it’s easy enough to recreate as a poster.

Give the youngsters a large piece of craft paper and some invisible glue to create the scene. When finished, display this unique poster in the classroom.

8. Halo Party Favors

If your youngster has a birthday coming up for which a Halo theme is planned, this craft is perfect.

The finished coloring pages should be glued to thin cardboard, after which the child can cut the characters out, making sure there’s one for each guest.

Then, paint small pieces of styrofoam or corkboard black with craft paint and add silver glitter.

The cutouts should be anchored into the styrofoam so they can stand on their own. Put one at each child’s place for terrific keepsake party favors.

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