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My Hero Academia Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Unleash your quirk and dive into the action-filled realm with these 20 My Hero Academia coloring pages, yours to freely download and print! These sheets are an absolute treat for fans, allowing a deeper connection to Kohei Horikoshi’s compelling world, spotlighting both fledgling heroes and seasoned pros!

For this series, you will find an array of characters that shape the heart of the series, including the earnest Izuku Midoriya, hot-headed Katsuki Bakugo, the balanced duality of Shoto Todoroki, magnetic Ochaco Uraraka, rock-solid Eijiro Kirishima, froggy charm of Tsuyu Asui, and many others!

To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.

All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With My Hero Academia Coloring Pages

Here are 10 cost-effective, fun, and imaginative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Puzzles

You can turn my My Hero Academia pictures into puzzles in just a few easy steps – plus, this activity is great for groups of kids.

You’re going to print out the pictures you want to use onto cardstock and have the kids color them in.

Then, they’re going to take Sharpies and draw roughly puzzle-shaped lines directly onto the picture. For younger kids, the pieces can be bigger, and for older kids, the pieces can be smaller.

They’ll then cut along the lines to “free” the pieces.

If you’re a teacher, camp counselor, or Girl or Boy Scout leader with a group of kids, you can have them swap puzzles.

9. Paper Figures

You can make what are essentially paper dolls out of my My Hero Academia pictures – it’s super easy, and the results are so cute.

You’ll print out the figures you want to use onto cardstock and have your kids color them in.

Then, they’ll cut them out carefully along their outlines. That’s literally it! But you can also add crafting sticks to the back for more easy and convenient handling (especially for small hands).

8. Watercolor Paintings

Because there is so much going on in some of the My Hero Academia pictures, they would make super cool watercolor paintings (which could then be framed!).

Set up your kids at a table with a vinyl tablecloth over it, and get them into play clothes (or, pro tip: put them in old men’s oversized t-shirts).

Provide watercolor paints, paintbrushes, and easels; you can tape print-outs to the easels so they don’t go anywhere while the *magic* is happening.

7. Compact Mirrors

For a cute accessory that is perfect for a little girl’s purse, put a DIY touch on a compact mirror. 

You’ll need a cheapie compact that you can find on Amazon for about $5, plus Mod Podge.

Print out the figure you want to use and focus on the character’s head, circling it off (or really, any shape, as long as it’s small enough to fit on top of the compact).

Have your kids color in just the part in the shape and cut out the shape. They’ll then Mod-Podge it to the top of the compact.

Wait for it to dry completely (a few hours at least) before putting it in a purse!

6. Play Masks

The My Hero Academia pictures would make super cute and fun play masks – it would be an especially cool craft for a birthday party!

You’re going to need to isolate and “blow up” the characters’ faces, which you can do on the computer before printing them off onto cardstock.

Have the kids color them in and cut away the excess paper; they’ll also want to poke two holes where the eyes go.

Punch two holes on either side of the mask and tie off pieces of ribbon or string – make sure they’re long enough to meet behind the kids’ heads and tie in a bow.

5. Keychains

To make keychains, you will need shrink sheets, as well as keychain rings or lanyards.

Print out the figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.

Cut them out and poke holes where you’ll want the keychain rings to go.

Bake per the shrink sheets’ instructions and let cool. Then, attach the keychain accessories.

4. Bookmarks

The My Hero Academia pictures make super cute bookmarks, which – a double bonus – also encourages your kids to read more!

To make it, you’ll need cardstock, which you will print out the figures you want to use. Have your kids color them in and cut them out. That’s really it!

You can also punch a hole near the top of the bookmark and add some yarn fringe.

3. Journal/Notebook Covers

If you have a plain notebook or journal that needs some DIY-ing, jazz things up with My Hero Academia figures.

You’ll just print out the figures you want to use and have your kids color them in. Then they’ll Mod Podge them to the front (and/or back!) notebook covers.

Let dry completely before picking up and using.

2. Jewelry

To make jewelry, you’ll need earrings and necklace findings, which you can get at your local craft store or online on Amazon.

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

Cut them out and punch holes where you’ll want the findings to attach. Then bake them per the instructions and let them cool.

Once they’ve cooled, you can attach the findings – O-rings and chains for necklaces or earring hooks – with pliers.

1. Buttons

To make My Hero Academia buttons, you will need a button maker, which you can find on Amazon for between $50 and $150 if you don’t have one already.

Individual instructions will vary based on whichever machine you have, but the general gist is that you’ll print out the figures you want to use and draw a circle over the area you’re going to cut out.

Color in just that area and cut out the circle.

Then, you’ll put all the pieces into the machine and press them all together to seal (again, the individual instructions will come with your machine!).

You’ll end up with cute My Hero Academia buttons that you can put on t-shirts, backpacks, and even shoes.

Kirishima

Sunday 1st of October 2023

My fav anime is mha and the best character, Eri Chan.

Monday Mandala Team

Monday 2nd of October 2023

We love Eri too Kirishima, she is such a great character!

Natalie

Wednesday 27th of September 2023

I love MHA sm! My fav character is Mirio Togata! He’s the best 🤩

Monday Mandala Team

Wednesday 27th of September 2023

Thanks for your comment Natalie! We agree, MHA is the best!

Izabella

Sunday 24th of September 2023

I love my My hero academia really much so much fun to watch the movies and the series all of them but they a so fun.

Monday Mandala Team

Sunday 24th of September 2023

Hi Izabella, yes we agree too, it is such an awesome anime show!

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