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Top 10 Knight Coloring Pages For Your Little Ones

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The moment we hear the word ‘knight,’ we imagine a handsome and strong man, mounted on a horse, fighting dragons and defending a fair maiden. These men in armor have captivated the imagination of kids since time unknown. Here are ten stunning knights themed coloring pages that the little fantasy lovers in your house will enjoy decorating.

1. Knight In Shining Armor:

Here’s a simple coloring image of a knight dressed in his shining armor. Unlike most of the other knights, it seems that the knight in the picture has a cool and calm nature. Kids are free to decorate this knight any way they. And even the knight won’t object.

2. Knight Fighting With A Dragon:

This coloring page shows a knight involved in a ferocious fight with a dragon. The dragon is blowing fire, and the Knight is protecting himself with the help of its shield. Oh no, the knight has come to the edge of the cliff and can fall any moment. What is going to happen next? Who will be triumphant in this duel? The dragon or the knight? Have your kid decide that as he colors! Yes, the dragon looks a bit scary, but is sure to the keep the fantasy lovers entertained!

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3. Knight On A Horse:

Does your kid love fantasy stories with knights fighting the villains riding on their horses? Then hand him this lovely coloring image featuring a knight riding his horse. Knights have, for long, been associated with their armed warhorses, also known as the destriers. These horses were massive in size and were trained mainly for the battle. It is also believed that the concept of knighthood came from the ancient horse troops during the heydays of Roman Empire. The Roman had an equestrian order, or Ordo Equestris, who fought on the horseback and commanded great respect.

4. Lego Knight:

The Lego Knight, dressed in his medieval armors is ready to enter the medieval Knight’s tournament. Look how proudly he is carrying his lance! The Lego Knight’s Kingdom was a traditional interpretation of the European-style castle. The Knights are led by King Leo and are pitted against an army of bandits, commanded by Cedric the Bull. The fine details in the knight coloring page are sure to improve your kid’s fine motor skills.

5. Mike The Knight:

Here’s a coloring image of the Mike, the little, brave knight from the series “Mike, the Knight”. Mike is a ten-year-old bountiful and cheeky knight-in-training who longs to be a brave knight. Mike had grown up seeing his father, the knight, exploring other lands. Looking up to his dad, Mike wants to be a knight too. Accompanied by his dragon friends Squirt, Sparky, his horse and his sister Evie, Mike begins his training to become the bravest knight of all. Have your child color Mike’s knight armor in blue and the feather in red.

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6. Knight’s Helmet:

This coloring page features a stunning knight helmet. No knight could even think about entering the battlefield without his suit of armor. The armor of the knights was so heavy that they needed a squire or an attendant to dismount them. Helmets played a very distinctive part of their armor. The knight’s helmets in the medieval period were incredibly varied. They would come in a plethora of styles, most of which attributed to the different cultures. The helmet you see here is a Roman helmet. Roman helmets were the most recognized and most iconic of the helmets from the history. These helmets were favored by the legates, legionaries, general, legionaries, soldiers and many more. Have your kid color the helmet in golden and the plume in black or red.

7. Sir Ector:

Here’s a coloring image of brave Sir Ector, ready for a joust. Sir Ector is the supporting character in the film “The Sword in the Stone” and the foster father of Arthur. But he cares very little for Arthur. He treats him like a servant and calls him Wart while doting on his son Kay. In fact, it’s his aim to help Kay win the tournament and become the king of England. Sir Ector belongs to the Uther Pendragon’s knight and has a primitive attitude. He believes that practical concepts like war training and fighting are more useful than education pursuits. Sir Ector is a plump knight with red hair and always appears in a red vest, yellow shirt when not wearing his knight uniform.

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8. Knights And Castle:

This knight coloring sheet aptly captures the excitement of the Medieval joust. It seems that the king is in some danger, and the knight has come hurriedly to defend the castle and protect his master. This knight would make an excellent spectacle in the tilt. Tell your child to use some vibrant colors for the castle and its surroundings.

9. Knight Jousting:

What is going on here? The two knights are engaged in a fight! But why are these knights fighting with each other? Well, these knights are not fighting with each other. During the medieval times, jousting was a sport. It began as an exercise of the combat tactics, but later became a hastilude, a combat themed sport. Have your child take out his crayons and give some vibrant colors to this wacky scene. Then tell him to imagine a story that would explain this unusual situation.

10. Knight And Princess:

This lovely coloring page shows a courageous knight in the shining armor with a beautiful princess. In the olden times, knighthood was bestowed on the Knights by the queens or princesses. It seems that the knight and the princess are going to the convocation ceremony. You can also tell your kid to spruce up the diagram by drawing a villainous attacker and writing a story about what could be going on in the picture. It is totally up to your little scribe to end the story.

These knight coloring pages capture the excitement and glamor of medieval ages, and we’re sure your little ones will enjoy coloring them. Tell us which of these knights coloring image your child enjoyed painting the most in the comment section below!

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