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Lego Ninjago Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Embark on a brick-tastic, stealth-filled adventure with these 20 Lego Ninjago coloring pages that are yours to freely download and print! These sheets are a fantastic resource for parents, educators, or anyone eager to dive into the action-packed universe of Lego Ninjago.

Included below are a vast array of Lego Ninjago scenarios to color in. We’ve captured the intensity of Ninja battles, the serenity of Spinjitzu training, iconic character poses, the villainous Serpentine, epic showdowns, and an assortment of Lego Ninjago vehicles, dragons, and more!

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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 Lego Ninjago Coloring Pages

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

10. Puppets

To make puppets from my Lego Ninjago pictures, you will need to print out the characters you want to use onto cardstock.

Then, let your kids color in the figures and cut them out.

You’ll take extra-large crafting sticks (popsicle sticks but larger) and paste them to the backs of the cut-outs.

Wait for the glue to dry completely, and then you have some sweet puppets that your kids can use to play with or put on a show!

9. Masks

For Lego Ninjago masks, you will need to isolate the face you want to use by copying and pasting it into a word processor document, then resizing it to fit your child’s face.

Print that out onto cardstock and have your kid color it in as much as they like.

They’ll then cut it out, and you can poke two holes, one on either side of the character’s face.

Tie pieces of string into the holes, ensuring that they are long enough to not only meet behind your child’s head but be tied into a bow.

8. Magnets

For this craft, you will need shrink sheets, packs of which you can find online at Amazon for less than $10.

You’ll print the characters you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.

Then they’ll carefully cut them out, and you can bake them per your shrink sheets’ specific instructions.

Once they’ve cooled, you can hot glue small round or square magnets to the backs; wait for those to dry completely, and then stick them anywhere that’s magnetic!


To make bookmarks from my Lego Ninjago pictures, you will resize the character(s) you want to use to fit about a four-by-eight or 10-inch piece of construction paper.

Once it’s been resized, you can print it, have your kids color it in, and cut it out carefully. They can color in and cut out any background items they want, too.

Paste the figures and any additional items to the strip of construction paper.

As an added flourish, you can also punch a hole near the top of the bookmark and tie off pieces of yarn to make a tail.

6. Party Decorations

Lego Ninjago is super popular for birthday parties right now, but instead of ordering your decorations or buying them from a party store, you can actually DIY them.

You can turn my illustrations into all kinds of party decorations, like centerpieces for your tables, wall hangings, or even cupcake or cake toppers.

For more specific ideas, you can Google and find all kinds of Lego Ninjago party decorations inspo!

5. Valentines

For a fun, handmade take on Valentine’s Day, turn my Lego Ninjago pictures into valentines that your recipients will cherish.

You will likely want to resize the figures so that they fit on the smaller Valentine-sized card; do that and then print them off.

Have your kids color them in and cut them out, then paste them onto a rectangle of construction paper or cardstock.

Then add a sweet message (“I get a kick out of you, Valentine!” or “We’re meant to stick together, Valentine!”).

4. Keychains

To make keychains, you will again need shrink sheets, and you’re going to follow many of the same instructions as for the magnets.

However, once your kids have colored in and cut out the figures they’re using, they will then punch a hole where they want the keychain hardware to go.

Bake the cut-outs, wait for them to cool, and then – using pliers if you need to – attach the keychain hardware.

Great for holding keys or just accessorizing a purse, backpack, or even shoelaces.

3. Mini-Booklets

The great thing about how detailed my Lego Ninjago pictures are is that they basically write a story themselves.

For a fun activity, pick three or four pictures and have your kids create a little tale to go along with them.

They can write the sentences directly onto the pages, color in the pictures, and then bind the storybooks using a binder bar or three-ring binder.

2. Toilet Paper Roll Ninjas

You will need toilet paper rolls – as many as there are figures you want to make – as well as pipe cleaners in different colors, as well as aluminum foil.

For starters, you’re going to shrink the figures down to fit a toilet paper roll; print them out, have your kids color them in, and cut them out.

You’ll wrap them around the toilet paper roll, then add ninja accessories and wrap pipe cleaners around the head and the “waist.”

Take a small piece of aluminum foil, and start to roll it so that it forms a roughly three-inch stick. Put the stick through the pipe cleaner at the waist.

1. Picture Frames

You will again need shrink sheets for this craft; print the figures you want to use onto them, have your kids color them in and cut them out and then bake.

You’ll get some inexpensive picture frames from the dollar store or craft store, and once the cut-outs are cooled, hot glue them to the frames.

You can use one or multiple figures – you could even hot glue figures opposite each other, ready to do battle!

Slip a picture into the frame and then gift it to someone special, like grandma and grandpa!

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