These free printable Greek Gods and Goddesses Colouring Pages for children are perfect for school history lessons or for kids that have a fascination with Greek Mythology. Pictures of Greek Gods are great for learning about ancient Greece and their myths; from Zeus (King of the Gods) to the much feared Hades (Ruler of the Underworld) these printable pictures make great history handouts. If you need websites about Greek Gods and Goddesses for kids then we can help you teach them about mythical characters, beasts and heroes like Goliath, Theseus (who killed the Minotaur) and the brave Perseus.
There are many tragedies and tales of woe too of course. The punishment of the mighty Atlas for example who was condemned to hold Uranus on his shoulders ….. or how about the legendary Achilles whose mother (Thetis) dipped him into the River Styx when he was just a baby making him completely invulnerable except for his heel where she was holding him at the time.
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Zeus Coloring Page
This free printable colouring page of Zeus, Hermes and Athena is based on a classical style illustration made in the early 1800s. Hermes was Zeus’s son and Athena was Zeus’s daughter. The Golden Eagle by his side was his sacred animal representing courage and strength and he always kept it with him. This picture of Greek Gods and Goddesses is a great for older children to colour in and would make a good addition to a project or study of Ancient Greek mythology.
This collection of Realistic Colouring Book Pictures in a classical line drawing style are – in part – suitable for colouring-in but also helpful for drawing practice, tracing or maybe creating a cut-and-paste mural of Ancient Greece. Images can be downloaded in low or high resolution and include the snake-haired Medusa, Pan, Apollo, Perseus, Andromeda and mythical creatures like Pegasus the Winged Horse. The images are also helpful guides for dressing-up in an ancient Greek style as there are images of women and soldiers of that era.
These simple Greek Mythology Printables incude Zeus coloring pages and are mostly straightforward outlines perfect as primary school handouts or for home studies. The legendary characters include Poseidon (brother of Zeus and ruler of the seas), Hera (wife of Zeus and Goddess of marriage) and Athena Goddess of wisdom. Other Greek Goddesses include Eos, Hebe, Iris and there are beasts too like the one-eyed Cyclops, Sirens and Minotaur.
These heroes and villains of Greek Mythology appear as free on-line kids’ colouring pictures but it’s easy to just print them out in black and white for some crayon fun. There are 20 images drawn in a light-hearted cartoon style including Gods, Goddesses, beasts and warriors of Ancient Greek legends. Examples include Medusa, Pegasus and Cerberus the three-headed dog. There’s the mighty Atlas holding up a planet, Hades, plus pages showing Achilles, Ares and Athena dressed with armour and swords. These are great primary school or early years resources for educating kids about myths and legends; perfect for a giant mural too.
Fly over to supercoloring.com for an interesting and varied collection of Greek God colouring pages in a variety of styles to suit nursery age children along wtih primary school and secondary school kids. For example there is a classic line drawing of Pegasus and Hercules alongside anime styles, disney styles and fantasy themes. In the Iliad section there’s ‘Zeus Sending the Evil Dream to Agamemnon’ in a classic style and ‘The Council of the Gods’ coloring page is sufficient to keep an older child occupied with colouring pencils for a few hours.