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15 Free Cute Tiger Coloring Pages

Here are 15 tiger coloring pages to choose from, including a Bengal tiger, a White tiger, and even a baby tiger.

While most coloring sheets depict the tiger in its natural habitat, there are also coloring pages that show the tiger as a cartoon character.

Whatever your child’s interest, there is sure to be a tiger that they will enjoy. 

In addition to being fun, coloring pages can also be educational and are excellent way for kids of all ages to spend time.

For example, they can help teach kids about the different parts of the tiger’s body, and they can also help them learn about the tiger’s diet and habits. Plus, tigers are just plain cool!

So not only will your child have a great time coloring, but they will also learn about one of the world’s most amazing animals.

After all, who doesn’t love their majestic stripes and impressive size? 

Did you know tigers are the largest wild cats in the world? They are easily recognizable due to their black stripes.

Their loud growls can be heard up to 3 kilometers away! Be sure to keep a safe distance from them, as predatory animals can be dangerous.

To learn more neat things about tigers, check out our fun facts at the bottom of the page.

Now get started by choosing your favorites from the free printable tiger coloring pages below.

And don’t forget to check out our free coloring page printables for kittens, precocious puppies, and wolves.

Tiger Coloring Pages PDFs

These are not to be used for commercial use and are for personal use only.

This kid-friendly tiger looks like he is tuckered out after a long day hunting and ready for a nap!

An adorable tiger cub playing in a field on a warm summer day.

2022 is the year of the white tiger! This guy wants to make sure you know it’s his year to celebrate!

A sweet baby tiger couldn’t be happier smiling up at his Mama.

A tiger cub ready for the fall in playful ear muffs with leaves falling around him.

This funny tiger is sprinting across a field looking like he’s ready to go for a jog!

A big cat crosses a field looking for his lunch. Don’t let that smile fool you!

This sweet little tiger lounges beneath a tree to get some shade on a hot day.

A happy tiger just waiting to be brought to life with color.

This silly tiger is dressed up in a playful hat and shorts ready to catch butterflies.

Look at the sharp teeth on this tiger cub! She wants to make sure you see how sharp they are.

This playful kitty looks so proud striking a pose in the forest.

Daniel Tiger from the popular PBS kids show is taking a stroll around Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood. But, don’t worry he is a family-friendly tiger!

This adorable little cub is ready for Christmas in his cute Santa hat.

Detailed drawing of a realistic-looking adult tiger in a Santa hat and scarf.

You may also love our ever-popular unicorn cat coloring sheets too!

Fun facts about tigers:

  • Who can forget the classic children’s story Rudyard Kipling’s  Jungle Book?
  • Shere Khan is the fictional Bengal tiger and main antagonist in the story and its adaptations.
  • According to The Kipling Society, shere (or shir) translates as ‘tiger’, and khan is used as a title of distinction “to show that he is the chief among tigers”.
  • The tiger is the third of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac 12-year cycle. There is a tiger year every 12 years. The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year starts on February 1, 2022, and concludes on January 21, 2023 and is the year of the Water Tiger!
  • Any guesses how many different tigers there are? There are actually 9 subspecies of tigers. They are: Siberian, Bengal, South China tiger, Malayan tiger, Indo-Chinese tiger, Sumatran tiger, Bali tiger, Caspian tiger and the Javan tiger.

    It’s no surprise that the largest cat species is the tiger. But did you know they can grow up to 10’ long and weigh up to 660 pounds?
  • Imagine the amount of food they need to eat to remain that size!
  • Tigers love to swim and are actually very strong swimmers. They will cool off in lakes, ponds and rivers during the hot summer months.

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