Pokemon Coloring Pages

I originally drew these Pokemon coloring pages back when my son was young enough to actually consider coloring them. Now he’s a junior in high school, but he loves Pokemon just as much as he always has. The Pokemon Go game has been a huge hit with all my kids – my oldest is in college! Unlike many of the other things he was interested in 5-7 years ago, Pokémon is still quite popular today, which I find fascinating. Not many things have that much staying power with kids. I think my son has maintained his interest based on the quality of the DS games they have put out over the years – he loves them.

We made our own Pokemon Go team t-shirts a couple of weeks ago in a project that ya’ll seemed to love. And now that there is a new Pokemon movie, I decided to add a LOT MORE Pokemon characters to this set.

Pokemon Coloring Pages

I find it a little hard to keep up with all the different Pokémon characters – at this point there are about 250 of them! But I have a soft spot for Pikachu, who is absolutely adorable. I’d like to think I can draw up a coloring page for every single one of them, but that’s a pretty ambitious project. We do keep adding new ones over time – scroll down for our newest additions in 2019!

Try our Pokemon pixel grid mystery coloring pages, too. Part coloring, part puzzle, all fun!

Printable Pokemon Coloring Pages

Be sure to also check out these Gen 1 Pokemon Drawing Lessons for Kids!

Brand New Pokémon Coloring Pages!

39 new Pokemon character coloring pages from newer Generations (1, 2, 3, 4, 7 & 8) and the Detective Pikachu movie!

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You might also like these fun Pokemon Color by Number Pages!

What are your favorite Pokemon characters? Leave them in a comment below and we’ll add more coloring pages in the future!

Want to see us coloring our favorite Pokemon characters? Here you go!

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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  1. Sarah

    Hello could you try and make all the Pokemon and the evoled version. My son and I are coloring all them for his collection he loves them!!!

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