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Sing Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Step onto the stage and feel the spotlight with these 20 Sing coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you’ll relive the musical escapades and heartfelt moments of Buster Moon, Rosita, Ash, Johnny, and the entire ensemble of talented animals.

This set brings together scenes from the movie’s most iconic performances, close-ups of your favorite characters, and snapshots of behind-the-scenes fun. Whether you’re a fan of the catchy tunes or the endearing storylines, these coloring pages will strike a chord with every Sing movie aficionado!


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 Sing Coloring Pages

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

10. Family Movie Night Decorations

If you’re hosting a family movie night featuring the movie Sing, you need to take it up a notch and decorate the screening room (and food table, if you’re having one!).

You could, for example, bundle packs of plastic silverware in napkins and make napkin rings featuring the characters of Sing.

Or you could put your DIY stamp on basic popcorn boxes by coloring in and cutting out different characters, placing them over star cut-outs, and gluing both to the boxes.

9. Movie Screening Tickets

Whether or not you’re charging for people to watch the movie, you might want to have people register and receive actual tickets so that you can get an accurate head count.

Of course, you could use basic “Admit One” tickets off a roll, but why not make the event that much more special by elevating them with characters from my Sing pictures?

You can design the tickets right on your computer and print them off as needed!

8. Cake Or Cupcake Toppers

You’re going to need shrink sheets, which you’ll print the characters onto; get your kids in on the action and have them color in the figures with marker and then cut them out.

Bake per the instructions and then let cool. Once they’ve cooled, you can hot glue the cut-outs to extra-long toothpicks.

Stick them in your cake or cupcakes, and you have some pretty easy DIY toppers!

7. Paper Plate Stage + Character Puppets

To make this craft, you’ll cut out a thin strip from a large paper plate, leaving about half an inch of space on either side.

You can then draw in or cut out and paste on red curtains and stage lights, as well as a stage.

You’ll color in and cut out the Sing characters you want to use (you might have to resize them to be a bit smaller to fit the stage) and glue popsicles or crafting sticks to their backs.

Then, you can make them “pop up” through the cut-out on the paper plate and have them give performances.

6. Calendars

You’ll start by copying/pasting the entire image into a word processor document that has been oriented to landscape, centering it in the middle. Do this with as many pictures as you want in months.

Then, in a separate document, you’ll create a grid with seven boxes going across the top and at least five boxes going vertically. This will be your monthly grid.

You can opt to add in numbers digitally or manually (writing them in).

Print out both and color in the picture; punch holes in the bottom of the picture page and the top of the grid page. You can connect these however you want – ribbon, O-rings, etc.

Then, you’ll poke a hole in the picture page(s) and tie off a piece of string through it so you have something to hang the calendar with.

5. Finger Puppets

You can turn my Sing characters into cute finger puppets that are perfect for kindergarteners to play with.

You’re going to print off two of the same characters but only color on one side. Cut them both out and glue them together around the edges, leaving the space inside open, as well as the bottom.

Once the glue has dried, you and your little ones can slip your fingers through the bottom opening and play.

4. Buster Moon Paper Plate Craft

You’ll start by painting the front of a large paper plate gray and setting that aside.

Next, you’ll make two oblong circles out of the gray construction paper, plus two smaller ones out of the white. Paste the white circles to the gray ones, slightly off-center.

Then, paste the ears to the back of the paper plate.

Next, you’ll make eyes using white, black, and just a little bit of blue construction paper and glue those onto the “face.”

Glue black pipe cleaners on for the eyebrows and smile, and you can finish it off with a big red ribbon as a bow tie.


To turn my Sing characters into bookmarks, you’ll print the figures out onto cardstock, color them in, and cut them out.

It’s as simple as that! If you want, you can also add a yarn tail by punching a hole near the top of the figure and tying off five or six pieces of yarn through it.

2. Character Keychains

To make keychains out of my Sing characters, you’ll print the figures out onto shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.

They’ll cut them out and punch holes where they want the keychain accessories to be affixed.

Bake per the instructions and let cool. Once they’re cool to the touch, you can add the keychain O-rings.

1. Buster Moon Fluffy Ears Craft

This is an adorable craft that’s perfect for pre-K and kindergarteners.

Find a picture where Buster Moon is featured prominently – especially his ears.

Have your kids color him in; then, when it comes to his ears, they’ll dip cotton balls in glue and paste them onto his ears.

They’ll repeat that process until both ears are filled up with cotton balls.

Let the glue dry – a few hours to overnight, if you have the time – so that the cotton balls don’t fall off when you hang your cute picture on a fridge or lining the walls of the classroom.

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