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27 Free Wolf Coloring Pages

Here are 27 unique wolf coloring pages for kids of all ages, as well as adults!

On this page, you’ll find a collection of wolf coloring pages including everything from a classic wolf image to a howling wolf coloring page. 

Whether you’re looking for a boredom buster craft activity for your kids, or a rainy day art project, we’ve included images that even older kids will enjoy!  

This is a fun way for kids to use their favorite crayons and colors to create beautiful artwork featuring these wild animals.

Coloring pages will help kids develop fine motor skills by encouraging good finger grip from holding crayons. 

And not only are they fun and easy to color, but they also provide kids with an opportunity to learn about real life dangerous creatures. 

Scroll down the page to see all of our free coloring pages of wolves. 

For other free coloring pages, you may want to check out our monster pages, shark, dragons for adults and cute animals.

Printable Wolf Coloring Pages

These are for non-commercial, personal use only.

An adorable gray wolf in a field of flowers.

How will you color this wolf? You might want to start by using a light gray to color in the wolf’s fur. Then you could use a darker gray to add some depth and shadow.

For the flowers, I would use a variety of colors, such as red, yellow, blue, and purple. I would also add some green to the grass and leaves. I think this would create a very vibrant and colorful image.

Here are some additional tips for coloring the image:

  • Use light pressure when coloring in the wolf’s fur, so that the gray color doesn’t become too dark.
  • Use a variety of colors for the flowers, so that they don’t all look the same.
  • Add some shading to the wolf’s fur and the flowers, to give them more depth.

This cool wolf would make a fun card to gift a classmate!

Here are some ideas for coloring this image. You could start by coloring the wolf’s fur a light brown. Then, I would add some darker brown and black fur to give it some depth. Perhaps you could also color the wolf’s eyes a bright yellow and its nose a light pink.

For the hedgerow, I would use a variety of green colors to create a realistic look. I would also add some brown and black to the hedgerow to give it some depth. Finally, I would add some highlights and shadows to the image to make it look more realistic.

Here is a possible color scheme:

  • Wolf’s fur: light brown, dark brown, black
  • Wolf’s eyes: yellow
  • Wolf’s nose: pink
  • Hedgerow: green, brown, black

This adorable wolf is taking a break to smell the spring flowers!

They work together as a team to hunt, protect and raise their young.

A cute wolf standing by a tree all ready to play with his mates.

A sweet pup enjoying a boat ride.

A male grey wolf in a field looking for prey.

To color the wolf standing on the hill, you can use any colors you like. However, here are some suggestions:

  • You could use browns and grays for the wolf’s fur, with lighter shades for the belly and darker shades for the legs and ears. You could also use a reddish-brown for the wolf’s nose and eyes.
  • Green for the hill, with lighter shades for the grass and darker shades for the rocks. You could also add some yellow or orange to the grass to make it look more vibrant.
  • Perhaps a blue for the sky, with lighter shades for the clouds and darker shades for the mountains. You could also add some white to the clouds to make them look fluffy.
  • Use yellow for the sun, with orange and red for the rays. You could also add some white to the sun to make it look brighter.

You can also use different colors to create a more unique look. For example, you could use black and white for the wolf, or use different shades of the same color for the hill, mountain, and tree. You could also add some patterns or designs to the image.

Simple Wolf Coloring Pages

Coloring page with a howling wolf.

Here are some tips for coloring this howling wolf:

  • You can use a variety of colors to create a realistic or abstract effect. 
  • Use light colors for the grasses and rocks, and darker colors for the wolf.
  • Use different shades of the same color to create depth and texture.
  • Add highlights and shadows to make the image more realistic.
  • Be creative and experiment with different colors and techniques to create a unique image.

You can also use different materials to color the image, such as crayons, markers, or paint.

Sweet pup nestled in the grass.

A picture frame on a wall of a handsome, yet simple wolf head. Look at those teeth!

To color the coloring book image above of a funny portrait of a wolf who looks mean, you can use any colors you like. However, if you want to make the wolf look mean, you might want to use dark colors like black, brown, and gray. You can also use bright colors like red and orange to make the wolf look angry.

Here are some specific tips on how to color the image:

  • Use dark colors for the wolf’s fur, such as black, brown, and gray.
  • Use bright colors for the wolf’s eyes, such as red and orange.
  • Use light colors for the wolf’s teeth and claws.
  • Use a variety of colors for the wolf’s background, such as trees, grass, and sky.

Angry Wolves Coloring Pages

An angry wolf is on the hunt for his prey.

Here is a scary wolf that older kids may enjoy coloring.

A hungry wolf on his hind legs ready to pounce!

Here are some thoughts about colors to use for this mean wolf:

  • You could use a dark brown or black for the wolf’s fur.
  • Then use a lighter brown for the wolf’s underbelly and paws.
  • Use yellow for the wolf’s eyes and nose. Or use green for the wolf’s eyes if you want to make them look more menacing.
  • Of course we think white for the wolf’s teeth and claws.
  • Use red for the wolf’s tongue.

You can also use other colors to add your own flair to the image. Be creative and have fun!

Always be on the lookout for a wolf in sheep’s clothing!

Always be on the lookout for a wolf in sheep’s clothing!

To color Little Red Riding Hood and wolf coloring book page, you can use the following colors:

  • The wolf’s fur can be colored brown or gray.
  • The wolf’s nightgown can be colored white or pink.
  • Little Red Riding Hood’s dress can be colored red.
  • The basket that Little Red Riding Hood is carrying can be colored green.
  • The flowers in the basket can be colored yellow, blue, and purple.
  • The bed can be colored blue or green.
  • The floor can be colored brown or gray.

You can also use other colors to add your own creativity to the image.

Wolf Coloring Pages for Adults and Older Kids

A beautiful and detailed wolf with patterns for adults or older kids.

Here are some suggestions for coloring a Zentangle type of pattern:

  1. Choose your colors. You can use any colors you like, but I recommend using a variety of colors to create a more interesting effect.
  2. Start by coloring in the Zentangle pattern. Use small, repetitive shapes to fill in the spaces.
  3. Once you have filled in the Zentangle pattern, you can start coloring in the wolf’s head. Use darker colors for the fur and lighter colors for the highlights.
  4. Add any final details, such as eyes, nose, and mouth.
  5. Enjoy your finished coloring page!

Here are some additional tips:

  • Use a light touch when coloring the Zentangle pattern. You can always add more color later, but it’s difficult to remove color once it’s been applied.
  • Experiment with different colors and patterns to see what looks best to you.
  • Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Coloring is a fun and relaxing activity, so don’t worry if your coloring page doesn’t turn out perfect.
  • Have fun!

Intricate lines and detailed patterns on a wolf.

Here is a gorgeous wolf head that older kids will love!

Big Howling Wolves

This big howling wolf is alerting his pack.

A large wolf howling at the full moon, which may be to alert his pack of danger.

This wolf would look really cool colored in pencil.

The cutest Kawaii wolf going for a car ride.

Here are some great suggestions for coloring this super cute and funny wolf:

  • The wolf’s fur could be a light brown, with darker brown spots.
  • The car could be a bright red, with a white stripe down the middle.
  • The wheels would be black, with white hubcaps.
  • The license plate could say “WOLFIE”.
  • The road would be a light gray, with white lines down the middle.
  • The trees would be green, with brown trunks.
  • The sky would be blue, with white clouds.

I would use bright, cheerful colors to make the image fun and inviting. I would also try to make the wolf look happy and excited to be driving his car.

Anime lovers will get a kick out of this arctic wolf striking a pose!

Here is a cute baby wolf pup with his tongue wagging ready to play with his mates!

This wolf is getting a little too close to town-look out!

Howling at the full moon, this wolf is surrounded by cute mushrooms and trees.

This super fun wolf, dressed in a Dracula costume, would make a fun activity for a party.

A scary-looking werewolf ready to be brought to life with color!

Fun Facts About Wolves

  • A wolf family includes a mom, dad, and pups. Usually, 4-6 pups are in a litter, sometimes up to 10!
  • The pups are referred to as litter mates. As the pups grow, they will break off to form their own pack and find a new territory.
  • Wolves live in a group called packs. A wolf pack is usually a family of 7-8 wolves including a mom, dad, and offspring.
  • Did you know that grey wolves are the largest wild members of the dog family? They average 80-110 lbs for males and 60-80 lbs for females, but some can get as large as 175 lbs!
  • The mother wolf usually gives birth to 2-3 pups on average, but sometimes more. She feeds her pups by giving them regurgitated food. While it sounds gross, the pups are totally dependent on their mother when they are born and this is necessary to keep them alive.
  • The legs of a wolf are long as they are designed for running to chase and tire out prey. They walk and run on their toes at a very high speed to catch prey. They have 4 toes on their hind legs and 5 toes on their forefeet. 
  • While the average wolf weighs about 60-110 lbs, some can weigh over 175 lbs! They have much larger paw sizes compared to dogs averaging about 5”.

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