Scroll our downloadable and PDF printable Zombie coloring pages below.

An illustration of a zombie with one raised arm and an exposed brain walking through a spooky graveyard with bats flying about.
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A one-armed zombie with an exposed brain stands in the middle of a graveyard as multiple zombie hands come out of their respective tombstones.
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An illustration of two zombies walking around in a graveyard as bats and ghosts fly overhead on a full moon.
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A zombie with a hat, a missing shoe, and an axe on its back walks along a grim location as a crow watches by.
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An illustration of two zombie kids playing on the treehouse and swing.
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An illustration of a zombie seemingly confused and lost in the city.
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An illustration of a zombie in an urban outfit with a missing shoe, just standing beside tombstones with bats flying over.
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An illustration of a zombie hand bursting out of the ground.
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An illustration of a large-headed zombie with one bulging eye and one squinted eye just standing with stiff hands.
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An illustration of a zombie samurai ready for battle with his naginata and katana in tow.
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An illustration of 3 zombie kids having fun under the tree in a graveyard.
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A zombie bride and zombie groom hold hands while 3 ghosts behind them sport spooky expressions.
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A close-up of a zombie holding up a pumpkin pail with a creepy house in the background.
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An illustration of the Gargantuar zombie and an even more gigantic zombie in the background.
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An illustration of a bat carrying a head as a zombie chases after it.
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An illustration of a scary zombie with its arms stretched out as it walks away from the graveyard.
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An illustration of 3 happy zombies coming out of their graves.
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An illustration of a zombie dragging his feet in a graveyard.
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Give kids a fun activity to celebrate the upcoming Halloween holiday with these zombie coloring pages. You can find printable coloring pages ranging from Plants vs Zombies to a zombie attack. Some of these come with a black background, while others you can print on black paper to color.

You can find a black background coloring book on the topic of zombies for download, or you can just print these onto construction paper or black printer paper. That’s as close to undead color paper as you can get. It will also help you, since most zombies wear white bandages in cartoons. You can color their tattered clothes any color you want, but you will also need to color their wounds that show through the tears.

This online zombie coloring book offers an assortment of pictures. You can color zombies coming out of haunted houses or on a rampage through the hillsides. Some pictures might display a group of zombies in a graveyard.

These coloring page printouts can help you entertain your color enthusiast and keep their crayon hand busy. You can color the houses in the pictures any color you like, but in a graveyard, the gravestones should be gray. You can use silver to color the stars in the sky in night scenes.

These zombies might accompany ghosts, witches, or vampires in the photos. Each of these creatures, as well as werewolves, has a place in a Halloween coloring book.

Use these coloring book pages to teach myths and legends of Halloween. You can use these zombie coloring page projects as a stepping off point to teach more than coloring inside the lines and color theory. You can use these coloring sheets to teach older children and teens about anthropology and geography.

You can also explain how the story of zombies got its start – in Haiti, an island in the Caribbean where shamans use a medicinal plant to slow a person’s heart rate and breathing until they seem to die. In a place where autopsies aren’t common, people sometimes wake up lying in their coffin. Occasionally, they have been buried but dig themselves out when they wake. It causes an uproar when they return to their village.

A Harvard anthropologist, Wade Davis, documented this in the 1980s. He even met some actual zombies. The culture he studied had long practiced this application of medicinal plants. Centuries ago, ship’s captains and their crews took stories back to their home countries of zombies they had seen.

You can also just use these zombie coloring page projects for fun. Color the pumpkins in the coloring pages orange and draw faces on them if you want to have jack-o’-lanterns in the pictures. You can download kid-friendly coloring sheet projects with cartoon zombies. These zombies are printable, but not to be considered an adult coloring book.

If you print these on white or gray paper, you can use any medium, including colored pencils, to color them. If you use black paper though, you should use bright crayons or neon colors. You might have challenging shapes in these zombie pages, like a silhouette. You can color it gray or black on white paper. Some of these detailed designs are best suited for teen coloring enthusiasts or older people. The zombie apocalypse isn’t a topic for preschoolers, but you can find cartoon zombie pictures with large shapes that a preschooler or kindergarten student could color with crayons.

Celebrate Halloween early with these zombie coloring pages. This provides a fun way to teach about the holiday and its traditions or to talk about zombies and the real store behind them.