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Teen Titans Go Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Unleash your creativity with these 30 Teen Titans Go coloring pages that are all free to download and print! With these pages, kids can immerse themselves in Jump City’s wackiest adventures, full of colorful characters, humorous antics, and thrilling battles that make this show a fan favorite!

This series captures everything Titans, from Robin’s disciplined leadership, Beast Boy’s wild shape-shifting, Starfire’s radiant energy, and the unlikely bond between Raven and Cyborg. Get ready to ignite your colors for a roller coaster ride into the eccentric world of Teen Titans Go!

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To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

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 Teen Titans Go Coloring Pages

Created many decades ago, Teen Titans are still as popular as ever.

If your child is a fan, try some of these affordable, easy craft ideas to use up those finished coloring pages.

1. Make a Comical Ruler

To make this one-of-a-kind ruler, cut a long strip from a piece of white stock paper. Make it wider than the average ruler, though, approximately two and a half inches across.

Depending on your child’s preference, it can be 12-16 inches long. Once the Teen Titan character of the youngster’s choice is colored and cut out, it should be glued to the “ruler.”

Copying a traditional ruler’s spacing, add inch marks with a black sharpie, seal the work in contact paper, and have a fun, unique ruler!

2. The Eyes Have It

When a Teen Titan character is colored and cut out, have the youngster trim out the eyes, leaving empty holes.

On separate paper, use markers or colored pencils to draw approximately four sets of eyes in a column, one after the other.

They can be funny, sad, spirals, or smiley faces for comical results.

Measure the eye holes on the coloring page to align with the other paper’s eyes. When slid behind the cutout and moved up and down, the changes are hilarious!

3. Mason Jar Bank

Begin this fun, easy craft by coloring a jar with craft paint in a shade matching the character the child is coloring.

Add some glitter or craft gems as embellishments, and tie a piece of yarn or packing string around the top.

When the characters are colored and cut out, they should be glued to the jar’s surface and sealed with acrylic spray for a great bank!

4. Teen Titan Insulator Sleeve

This inexpensive craft begins with giving each youngster an ordinary foam insulator sleeve for a cup or mug.

If possible, acquire one in a color that matches the Teen Titan character. One or more characters can be colored, cut out, and glued to the outside of the cup insulator.

Krazy glue or carpenter’s glue works best for this. The artwork should be sealed with acrylic spray, and the youngsters have designer cup insulators. 

5. Beast Boy Storage Container

Beast Boy works great for this craft, and it begins with an empty half-gallon cardboard milk container. 

Once the youngster has colored Beast Boy and four of the animals he’s known to morph into, they should be cut out and glued to the milk container’s four sides.

Glassine, acrylic spray, or contact paper seals in the artwork, and the inside can be lined with felt, tissue paper, or ordinary brown packing paper.

This container is perfect for storing anything the child desires, such as small toys, craft supplies, or rock collections!

6. Catch a Falling Star

This craft begins with tracing and cutting out a star from cardboard and laminating it with tin foil. Next, punch a hole in one of its points.

Laminate an empty paper towel cardboard with a Team Titan coloring page, and seal it with glassine. 

A hole should be punched toward the top of the cardboard roll, and the string from the star should be attached.

Your child now has a fun game that’s played by tossing the star in the air and trying to catch one of the points in the opening of the cardboard roll.

7. Titan Fringed Frisbee  

To make a fancy Teen Titan frisbee, use a plain frisbee and laminate it with the finished coloring page, which should be trimmed to fit.

Next, cut colorful strips from other finished pages and use them to make a fringe around the frisbee. The strips can be attached with invisible glue.

As an added finishing touch, a border of colorful craft pom-poms can be glued around the circumference, and the youngster has the fanciest frisbee in town.

8. You Can Say That Again

For this fun game, have the child draw a circle on a plain white piece of paper, adding text bubbles around its outer edge, with funny or cute sayings written inside. 

When the character is colored, a window should be cut out to the character’s right, at the top of the page.

 A paper fastener can then be used from the back side to link the two together.

When the circle is turned from behind, a different dialogue appears to pop up in the window!

9. Meatball Toss

Begin this hilarious craft by having the youngster color four Teen Titan faces, cutting out their mouths to leave holes. These should be bigger than the character’s actual mouth.

The same size holes should be cut from a large cardboard square, and the characters glued on top.

The youngsters can now use high bouncers and see if they can make them land in the character’s “mouths.” For extra fun, give point values to each character!

10. Teen Titan Figurine 

Make this easy craft with an empty shampoo bottle. When a Teen Titan character is colored and cut out, glue it to the front of the bottle.

To make it extra fun, color a second character, the same or a different one, and place it on the backside.

Use craft items to embellish the cutout, such as yarn for hair, glitter, craft gems, pom-poms, or felt.

An artificial flower or leaf can be placed in the bottle, and your youngster has an adorable centerpiece.

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