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Naruto Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Unleash your ninja prowess with our 20 action-packed Naruto coloring pages that are all yours to download and print for free! This collection is brilliant for educators, parents, or anyone enthusiastic about venturing into the world of anime, spotlighting the beloved character, Naruto Uzumaki.

Included below are various illustrations of Naruto, capturing his epic battles, his evolution from a mischievous youngster to the revered Hokage, moments with his comrades from Team 7, and even chibi versions for a cute twist. Also included are many popular characters from this iconic anime series.

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To start coloring any of these pictures, you can click on any of the below images or links, which will open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many as you want, entirely for free!

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 Naruto Coloring Pages

Naruto is an exciting and interesting character that lots of youngsters have fun coloring.

Here are ten easy and affordable crafts your child can do with all those pages.

1. Make an Original Naruto Game

This homemade game is fun for any age child. To begin, have the youngsters color their favorite Naruto characters, glue them to stiff cardboard, and cut them out.

Place a large craft bead on a length of elastic string and staple a Naruto cutout to each end. Add a long craft stick to each cutout as a handle.

The youngsters can now have fun sliding the bead back and forth on the bouncy, elastic string.

2. Design a Fancy Plate

 Naruto is an intricate character that can easily be used to make a fancy plate.

Start by spray coating an ordinary, large foam paper plate with orange craft paint. Add gold glitter or even a row of craft gems around the plate’s circumference.

When Naruto is cut from the page, the character can be glued to the center, or the entire page can be trimmed and added to the plate in its entirety.

Use invisible glue to attach it, seal it with a coat of acrylic spray, and display it like any other commemorative plate! 

3. Make a Jumbo Ninja Bookmark

Start this fun craft by cutting out a piece of cardboard, approximately three inches wide and eight inches long, and use the finished coloring page to laminate both sides.

It doesn’t have to be perfect. In fact, the youngster may have fun creating an abstract design by wrapping the page around so that the scene continues on the other side.

Attach a black coffee stir stick to the bottom of the cutout. 

This is Naruto’s “ninja stick.” Place it inside a book, allowing the colorful part to show for a one-of-a-kind bookmark.

4. Funny Naruto Currency

Your youngster can have a ball designing a funny Naruto dollar bill, and this craft is easy to make.

Trace a dollar bill or similar-sized object onto a piece of green construction paper and then reinforce it with cardboard.

When two Naruto characters are colored and cut out, they should be trimmed to cover both sides of the “dollar.”

The youngster can use black markers to add numbers as the finishing touch to this “funny money.” Just don’t try to spend it!

5. Colorful Ninja Sticks

Naruto is often seen with his ninja sticks, and youngsters can use this theme to make some interesting artwork.

Using two empty paper towel cardboards, have the youngsters laminate them with the finished Naruto coloring pages.

Next, from other pages, children can make paper chains to connect the two “ninja sticks.”

The entire ensemble can then be laminated onto a piece of posterboard for unique and interesting artwork to display anywhere!

6. DIY Naruto Doll

Bring out Naruto’s funny side with this comical DIY doll. Have the youngster cut an empty paper towel cardboard down to approximately two-thirds.

This should be laminated with the Naruto coloring page character. Next, two slits should be cut at the top, on either side.

From a yellow piece of construction paper, the child can trace and cut out Naruto’s spiky hair and slide the cutout into the slits at the top.

Add silly wiggle eyes, and the youngster has a funny doll to take anywhere.

7. Naruto Classroom Craft

To do this interesting classroom craft, spray paint an empty wrapping paper cardboard with black paint to serve as a “ninja stick.” 

Then, when the youngsters have finished coloring and cutting out their Naruto characters, they should be hung from the cardboard roll with thread.

A long piece of twine can be put through the center of the roll, and it can be hung up to display all those colorful Naruto characters.

8. Decorate a Locker Door

Children love to decorate lockers, and Naruto is perfect for this. Each child can color one or several Naruto characters and seal them in contact paper.

Next, krazy glue should be used to attach craft magnets to the back of the cutouts.

They can then be displayed on the inside of the youngsters’ lockers to enjoy every time they open them.

If magnets don’t work, Velcro patches or non-damaging putty can be used instead!

9. X Marks the Spot

This fun craft begins with two craft sticks or even a few old knitting needles. 

These should be spray-painted with black craft paint and glued to a piece of cardstock or posterboard in the form of an “X.”

The youngsters can then color and cut out four different Naruto characters and arrange them around the X in any desired pattern.

This fancy poster is perfect for decorating the child’s room or dressing up a classroom.

10. Make a Shiny Naruto Mobile

To make this unique and innovative mobile, give your youngster four or five old CDs that no one uses anymore.

Laminate these with cutouts from the Naruto coloring pages. Invisible glue is best for this. Make sure to seal the work in contact paper or glassine.

Next, use black pipe cleaners to create the illusion of “ninja swords” and use these to attach the CDs to a craft ring or old embroidery hoop.

Hang this shiny, one-of-a-kind mobile where the light will hit it for a fancy Naruto decoration!

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