Morph your creativity into full gear with this collection of 22 Power Ranger coloring pages that you can freely download and print! These sheets are perfect for young fans eager to dive into the action-packed world of Power Rangers, spotlighting their favorite superhuman heroes.
Included below are a variety of illustrations showcasing beloved characters in different series, from Mighty Morphin to Dino Fury, exciting action sequences, and the iconic Megazord. We’ve also captured the essence of the Rangers’ colorful suits and the inspiring transformation scenes!
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 Power Rangers Coloring Pages
Power Rangers are fascinating and magical in the eyes of most children.
If your youngster has colored lots of Power Rangers and you’re unsure what to do with the pages, try these great crafts.
1. Design a Power Rangers Morpher Bracelet
This craft requires only the end of wrapping paper cardboard, some invisible glue, and coloring pages!
When the end is cut from the cardboard roll, cut one side completely through to create a cuff-style bracelet.
Laminate this with a finished Power Rangers coloring page, and add red glitter or red pom-poms as embellishments.
When sprayed with 2-3 coats of acrylic spray, this Morpher bracelet will last a long time.
2. Travel Through Time
This original craft starts with an ordinary piece of white poster board. A wide lightning bolt should be cut from its center so that something can be slid through.
Decorate the poster on either side of the lightning bolt with cutouts from the Power Rangers coloring pages.
Finally, the youngster should choose a Power Ranger page with a favorite character, color it, and cut it out.
It should then be positioned as if it’s coming through the lightning bolt cutout, depicting the Power Ranger emerging through time!
3. Keep Tidy With Power Rangers
Try this craft, and your youngster may just decide to throw out the trash more often.
Beginning with a small, ordinary garbage can with a retractable lid, have the child laminate both sections with cutouts from the finished coloring pages.
The child should color and cut out the Power Rangers’ Lance from another page and attach it with velcro to the section where the lid and can meet.
The Power Lance can be used to indicate that the can is full!
4. Make a Striking Power Rangers Mask
Begin this interesting craft with a large, white paper plate, and have the youngster cut out holes for a mouth and eyes in the traditional Power Rangers pattern.
The paper plate’s fringed edges work perfectly at the top to make it look authentic. It should then be carefully laminated with decals from the finished coloring pages.
When a piece of elastic string is stapled to either side, the youngster can wear the mask anywhere!
Give it a few coats of acrylic spray to ensure it stays nice.
5. Power Rangers Toy Chest
If your child has a box to keep Power Ranger action figures in, make it extra fancy with all those finished coloring pages.
On the inside of the box’s lid and its floor, the child can glue two coloring pages as liners for the box, sealing them with contact paper.
Then, the youngster can color a favorite Power Ranger character and add it to the box’s outer lid, sealing it with acrylic spray.
Everyone will know this is where the Power Rangers live!
6. Make a Fancy Sword
To make this exciting Power Rangers sword, cut out a sword from thin cardboard. An empty playing card box makes a great handle.
Have the youngster laminate the sword with ordinary tinfoil, and when he or she has colored two favorite power ranger characters, they can be glued to each side.
The child can hang the shiny sword on their bedroom door or display it on a wall!
7. Power Rangers Cameos
To start this super-fun craft, give each youngster a large poster board and have them create “cameo” frames with different colored pipe cleaners.
These will stick to the poster board amazingly well with just a bit of krazy glue.
Then, the youngsters can color and cut out their favorite Power Rangers, trimming the cutouts to the cameo frames and placing them inside for a poster of portraits!
8. Power Rangers Punch Board
This craft is loads of fun, but it’s a one-and-done activity!
Using a large piece of cardboard, or several pieces taped together with packing tape, the children should cut out 6-9 circles.
After trimming these holes in a circle, these holes should be covered with cutouts from the finished coloring pages.
Then, the ensemble can be used as a punch board for virtually any type of game. Once the cutouts are punched out, the youngsters can start again!
9. Design a Homemade Puzzle
Power Ranger characters are an excellent choice for making a homemade puzzle. These can be challenging due to the characters’ shape and colors, but it’s all part of the fun!
When the pages are colored, they should be left entirely and laminated to thin cardboard.
With a black Sharpie, the puzzle’s “pieces” can be traced and cut out.
To make the puzzle last a long time, laminate it with contact paper in advance or give it a coat of acrylic spray after the pieces are cut out.
10. Make a Power Rangers Centerpiece
To make this unique centerpiece, give the youngster an ordinary vase from a discount store. It can be glass or plastic.
When the child has finished a Power Ranger coloring page, it should be used to laminate the vase.
Then, other Power Ranger figures should be colored, glued to cardboard, cut out, and stapled to long pipe cleaners.
When they are placed inside the vase, it becomes a terrific Power Ranges centerpiece.