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10 Cute Chipmunk Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love To Color

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Does your kid love watching “Alvin and the Chipmunks”? Or does he simply like to chase these cute little critters in the garden? If you said yes to either question, consider getting him some chipmunk coloring pages. The activity will not only further his interest in chipmunks, but also improve his hand-eye coordination. Read on for our compilation of ten chipmunks coloring pages to make your kids go nuts!

Chipmunks are tiny, ground-dwelling or tree-dwelling rodents renowned for their burrowing habits and love of nuts and seeds. But don’t let its diminutive size deceive you! Despite its small size, the chipmunk can cause extensive damage to yards, farms, and even homes. Chipmunks are a favorite of animators, and we have seen many iconic cartoon characters based on chipmunks.

Beautiful Chipmunk Coloring Pages:

1. Chipmunk:

Here’s a coloring image of a chipmunk. It is a 7 to 8-inch rodent with a reddish brown or gray coat. It has beautiful glossy eyes and a bushy tail. Do you know how they got the name ‘chipmunk’? These rodents make chattering calls to communicate with each other, which sounds like ‘chip-chip’ and ‘chuck-chuck’.

2. Eastern Chipmunk:

The Eastern Chipmunk is native to the Southeastern Canada, Northeaster United Sates and the banks of the Mississippi River. You’ll find them hovering near the woods, in gardens, and under the walkways. The Eastern Chipmunk has a reddish brown fur with black and white stripes and a white belly. These chipmunks prefer eating seeds, acorns, fruits, berries and even insects.

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3. Red-Tailed Chipmunk:

The Yellow-Pine Chipmunk is native to the forests and woodlands of the northeastern Washington. Its name comes from its orange-brown body that has black and gray stripes. Red-Tailed Chipmunks are rather smart and quite adaptable. You will see them scampering through a variety of environments, right from the scrublands to the shrubby desserts.

4. Yellow-Pine Chipmunk:

The Yellow-Pine Chipmunk is endemic in Canada and the United States. This beautiful chipmunk has a cinnamon pink body with black stripes. You will find these chipmunks in bushy areas with healthy, herbaceous vegetation. It loves feeding on roots, buds, foliage and flowers.

5. Chipmunk Eating Acorn:

This chipmunk coloring page shows a rodent eating an acorn. Chipmunks are omnivores. Their diet consists of fruits, seeds, bird eggs, frogs, fungi, worms, and nuts. But their most favorite fruits are nuts. A chipmunk can expand its cheeks up to 3 times the size of its head to store nuts. These sly animals can hold nine large nuts. They stuff the food in their cheek pouches and carry it back to their dens.

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6. Townsend’s Chipmunk:

Here’s a coloring image of a Townsend’s chipmunk. A Townsend’s chipmunk is famous for its intelligence. It constructs elaborate burrows, measuring 3 to 4 meters in length. The burrows have several tunnels, chambers, and entrances. They store the shells and feces in refuse tunnels and food in the lower tunnel, to keep it fresh and cool. They even collect shredded leaves to make comfortable beds for themselves.

7. Chipmunk Perched On A Tree:

This Chipmunk coloring sheet features a chipmunk perched on a tree. We think that he has climbed the tree to collect hazelnuts and acorns. Chipmunks are lively and energetic animals, but they are not as agile as squirrels, their cousins. They chirp like birds whenever they sense danger. These cute animals also wave their tails to communicate with each other.

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8. Alvin And The Chipmunks:

The three handsome animated chipmunks you see here are Alvin and his friends Theodore and Simon. These chipmunks appear in an American comedy film “Alvin and the Chipmunks”. The chipmunks are leading performers in one of the best musical bands in America. Spend some quality with your little one by watching “Alvin and the Chipmunks” this weekend.

9. Least Chipmunk:

Here’s a broad outlined coloring image of a Least Chipmunk. The Least Chipmunk is a tiny, striped chipmunk native to Asia and North America. It is smaller than Eastern squirrel, ranging from 7.2 to 8 inches in length. The least chipmunk is a reddish brown chipmunk with a gray-white underbelly.

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10. Chip:

The oh-so-cute chipmunk you see here is Chip, one of the protagonists of Disney series “Chip and Dale”. He mostly appears in the series with his best friend, Dale. Both look similar but have distinctive personalities. Chip is an intelligent and fearless little chipmunk. He has a dark brown fur with a tiny black nose.

Your kid is sure to enjoy learning about his favorite animal through our coloring pages. Tell us how your kid liked our chipmunk coloring pictures by commenting below.

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