Pick A Grizzly Bear Coloring Page!

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Grizzly bear coloring pages make me think of exciting adventures!

Grizzly bears live in the Rocky Mountains and the northwest United States and Canada. They're huge! Even though they're still considered brown bears you can tell them by their size and the hump on their backs, especially the males.

The Daddy grizzlies are called boars, the Moms are called sows and the babies are cubs. As fearsome as the grizzly bear is the baby cubs are super cute!

Some are realistic coloring pictures and some are growling and ferocious.


1. Realistic Grizzly Bear Coloring Pages

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Preschool and elementary school kids will love Fuzzy's ad-free PDF printable coloring pages. They are fun to customize and color for homeschool.

Add your name or write a birthday message in your favorite fonts, SIZES, and colors. You'll love using my interactive coloring pages to print! See my home page for more info on digital downloads.

  • Use your printer's booklet setting for birthday cards.
  • Use the multiples setting for doll sized printables two to four up.
  • Kindergarten children love these in school and at home!

Also, get your favorite crayons, coloring pencils, and watercolors ready for my relaxing adult coloring pages!


2. Cute Coloring pages Of Grizzly Bears

Fuzzy Loves Grizzlies

When grizzly bears are little, they're cute! When they're hungry they're dangerous!

It's really neat to see the grizzlies fishing for salmon at the rivers in places like Alaska. Then you'd see lots of grizzly bears! They also eat other kinds of little animals and they love to find berries, fruits, nuts, and tender leaves.

Like their cousins the brown bear, the moms dig a cave in the ground that's called a den where they hibernate through the winter. Hibernating is when bears sleep through the winter and do not eat anything. Hm…. I do not think that I could do that!

Since grizzlies are brown bears, use your brown colors to color them. Rocks can be gray, brown, beige, tan, or black. And the grass and trees can be different colors of green.

Check out my other bear coloring pages for kids!

Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!