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Children’s fascination with skulls isn’t just limited to Halloween. In fact, the fascination has been the inspiration for many art and craft projects too! Skulls can be fun to color, especially when they are adorned with little patterns and additions. Keeping your little one’s interest in mind, Momjunction has compiled a collection of skull coloring pages. While, the sugar skull coloring page is sure to catch your daughter’s eye, the evil skull coloring page is perfect for your mischievous tot. Check them all out below!

Popular Skull Coloring Pages:

1. Sugar Skull:

Here’s a sugar skull coloring page, a traditional folk art from Southern Mexico. Sugar skulls celebrate Dia De Los Muertos or the Day of the Dead. Spirits of the dead are welcomed into the home with beautifully decorated sugar skulls made by their loved ones. Some families take the sugar skulls along with flowers and incense sticks to the cemetery to decorate the tombs.

2. Santa Skull:

Santa has never looked this creepy before. Perhaps a dash of color would make him look less scary. Can your kid give some color to him? But do not give this coloring page to young children. It will destroy their notion of Santa Claus.

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3. Skull And Roses Tattoo:

Here’s a diagram of skull and roses tattoo. Skull and roses have a profound meaning in the tattoo world. It denotes the contrast of beauty and decay, life and death. It also asserts the belief that life comes from death. Tell your kid to try shading for the skull and red for the rose. You can even tell your child to use stones and glitter to make the skull coloring sheet stand out.

4. Dia De Los Muertos:

Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos with your child with this cool skull coloring page. Acquaint your kid with a bit of Mexican culture and Dia de Los Muertos as he adds bright colors to this skull. Dia de Dos Muertos is the celebration of the life of the deceased one. Instead of being sad for the person, the family focuses on the happy times they had when they were alive.

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5. Skull Drinking From Skull Cups:

This skeleton was feeling hot after staying in the grave for a year. So he is beating the heat by drinking lemon mocktail. But what’s striking here is the skeleton-shaped tumblers from which he is drinking mocktails. Even the spiders on his shoulders want to take a sip of the mocktail, but the skeleton is in no mood of sharing.

6. Skull And Spider:

Start your kid’s Halloween right with this creepy coloring page featuring a skull and a spider. Your little monster will have a blast adding color to this scene.

7. Grim Reaper:

Here’s a coloring page of the grim reaper with a sheet of paper in his hand. But what is he pointing at with his fingers? Is he asking the kids to write something on the sheet of paper? The grim reaper is a black cloaked and scythe wielding personification of death. He comes to every person at the time of the death with an hourglass in the hand and waits for the last grain of sand to fall. When it does, he collects the soul by cutting it with his razor sharp blade.

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8. Catrina:

Here’s a relatively less scary skull coloring page of La Calavera Catrina, also known as the Elegant Skull and Dapper Skeleton. Catrina is one of the most iconic images of the Day of the Dead celebration. She is a skeleton of a high society dressed in clothes befitting her social status. Some even say that Catrina is a satirical portrait of the Mexican native who aspired to adopt the noble traditions in the pre-revolutionary era.

9. Skull Island Map:

Look what we found! A skull shapes pirate treasure map. This map has all the secrets of the skull island. Can your kid decode the hidden clues on this map? He can then color the map anyway he likes.

10. Pirate Performing An Experiment:

Cape around the neck and beaker in both the hands, this pirate is looking triumphal. It seems that he has found success with this operation. But don’t you think it’s a bit too late? What is he even going to do with it? Tell your kid to write a short paragraph that can go with the picture.

11. SpongeBob:

Even SpongeBob is all set to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos. He has even painted the body in the traditional Mexican way. Coloring within the fine lines of this coloring page will also improve your kid’s fine motor skills.

12. Skeletor:

Here’s a skull coloring pictures of Skeletor, He-Man’s arch enemy, surrounded by skulls. Skeletor is the most dangerous threat to Eternia. His goal to attain limitless power and possess the secrets of Castle Grayskull places him in direct conflict with He-Man.

13. S For Skull:

Turn coloring into a fun learning moment with this coloring page of skull. It features the diagram of a skull and upper and lower case ‘S’. You can even ask your kid to draw other things starting with the letter S on this coloring page.

14. Magician Skeleton:

Here’s a coloring page of a fancy skeleton carrying a top hat in his hand. Is he a lord? Or is he magician? We think that he’s a magician and is about to perform a magic trick. Tel your little wizard to spread some of his magic by filling the page with color.

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15. Skull Anatomy:

Does your kid detest his science lessons? Well, then we have a fun alternative way to teach anatomy to him. Here’s a coloring page featuring the right and left sides of the skull anatomy. The main purposes of the skull in our body are housing the brain, giving structure to the face and protecting us from the injuries. You can even ask your kid to name each part of the skull.

These coloring pages will allow children to play with colors while learning about the structure of the human skull and the symbolism associated with it. You can even use the finished coloring pages as decorations during Halloween. Share your kid’s most favorite skull coloring page with us. Leave a comment below!

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