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19 Cute Printable Llama Coloring Pages That Will Keep Your Kid Busy For Hours

Bored kids? No prob-llama.

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It’s safe to say that llamas are having a major moment. Whether your kid is into the rhyming LLama Llama books (which are super fun to read aloud and were also made into a Netflix show) or they just like the cute slash silly-looking animal, then they’ll love these llama coloring pages that can be printed right at home.

Llama toys started popping up everywhere in 2019, and they really haven’t gone anywhere since. As a New York Times article about the 2020 American International Toy Fair said, “There were squishy llamas. Plush llamas. Sequined llamas. Knit llamas. There were llama diaries, llama lip balm, llama puzzles, llama backpacks, llama pool floats, llama rockers, llama teethers and llama mobiles.”

Well, now there are llama (and alpaca) coloring pages, and best of all, unlike most llama merch, these pages are free, and some are even slightly educational. Plus coloring can help develop fine motor skills, and it’s a fun way to get creative.

If you need to keep your little one quiet and entertained for a while without the help of a screen, try printing out some of these llama pages and handing over the crayons or markers. You could even assemble a bunch of these printouts into a handmade llama coloring book.


A Llama With A Boombox Coloring Page

Sloths and llamas know how to party, apparently. This page is full of fun, and music-loving kids will especially like this. Plus, it will be hilarious (and make you feel a million years old) when your kid asks you what a boombox is.


A Confused Llama Coloring Page

Part confused, part annoyed, this llama has a whole lot going on. The large body will be easy enough for little hands to color, and you may consider some bigger crayons to go with it, so even the littlest kids can get in on the fun.


A Llama & A Sloth

Aw, this llama and sloth napping together is giving me some feels and kids will love coloring this cozy page. Because of its sleep theme, this page goes well with the Llama Llama Nighty Nighty book, which was written with toddlers’ (often tricky) bedtimes in mind.


An Intricate Design

Ideal for older kids or even adults, this intricate coloring page reminds you to enjoy every moment (or as many as you can). If you have the patience, you and your child could try coloring this one using fine tips markers so it really pops.


A Surfing Llama

Catch a wave with this surfing llama and its good pal, sloth that’s serving up vacation vibes. Fun fact, llamas can swim in shallow water, per Farm Desire, but just like humans, they need a few lessons before swimming in the deep end (and your little one can swim in this awesome llama pool float).


A Holiday Llama

Whether your kid makes this as a holiday card or just wants a fun festive llama to color, this Fa-La-La-Llama has you covered. You could give this cute coloring page along with a llama gift.


A Llama Mask Coloring Page

Maybe your little one actually wants to be a llama and not just color one. Enter this fun mask that can be cut out and worn with the help of a little string. This could be a fun prop for playing pretend.


Llama Coloring Page With Design

This beautiful, paisley-patterned llama is a relaxing way for older kids or their parents to unwind with some good ole fashioned coloring; after all, coloring is calming for everyone.


“L” Is For Llama Coloring Page

This realistic-looking llama is a fun way for kids to practice their letters and get familiar with writing their shapes. You could print on a page for all 26 letters.


Is Your Mama A Llama? Coloring Page

How cute are this llama and little owl? This coloring page is full of detail, and everyone loves a baby animal (p.s., a baby llama is called a “cria”).


Llama At School Coloring Page

Whether you’re hoping to ease their back-to-school jitters or you just like the cute scene, this little learning llama will be fun to color (and if you also have some butterflies, check out this back-to-school checklist to make sure you’re covered).


Llama In Sand Coloring Page

This adorable llama (just look at those lashes) looks fluffy and soft and not-at-all scary. Contrary to what you may see in this picture, a llama doesn’t actually have hooves, but instead has two toenails with a soft pad underneath, per Kids Konnect.


Cartoon Llama Coloring Page

This cartoon llama is totally cute and made of simple lines that will be easy to stay within. Because it’s pretty straightforward, your kid could also trace this drawing or try to recreate it on their own.


I Love You A Llama Coloring Page

Aww. This lovely llama coloring page would make a great birthday card or gift for a loved one from your little. It would also be super cute if you’re scrambling for a Valentine’s Day card.


A Super Llama Coloring Page

Llamas can be superheroes too. I love that this coloring page encourages kids to use their imaginations and think of a story to go with the image: what’s the llama’s superpower and who are they saving?


Llama Spelling Page

Another fun way to practice letters and spelling (just be prepared to explain why llama is spelled the way it is), this musical llama is cute and fun to color and may spark a conversation about instruments.


No Drama Llama

Keep the drama away with this cute no drama llama. You’ll find many llama coloring pages on Crafts Kids Love, and you can download them all in one file (plus this message is a lot better than ‘Save The Drama For Your Mama’).


Llama In The Desert Coloring Page

If they finish coloring the llama (and its cozy blanket) quickly, then there are plenty of small cacti in the background of this coloring page that will keep kids busy. They could try using watercolors or other paints since there are so many details to fill in here.


Two Llamas Coloring Page

The only thing better than one llama? Coloring in two llamas, of course. This duo is super realistic too; you can tell your kid that a group of llamas is called a herd.

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