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30 Free Reindeer Coloring Pages Printable

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As the holiday season gets nearer, one of the most loyal friends of Santa Claus is in full preparation mode to make everyone’s Christmas memorable and full of gifts. Yes, you are right! It’s Santa’s reindeer, who help him pull his sleigh and deliver gifts to all the children in the world. So we’ve you free reindeer coloring sheets to print.

Reindeer, also known as caribou, is a deer species inhabiting the area around the Arctic to boreal and mountainous regions of Siberia, Europe, and North America. Let’s get to know a bit more about this hard-working animal, in the folklore as well as in nature, with this extensive collection of 30 free printable reindeer coloring pages.

30 Free Reindeer Coloring Pages To Print:

  1. Barren-Ground Caribou:

The Barren-ground Caribou are migratory herds found along the Alaskan-Yukon border, Canada and Greenland. The males have larger antlers than females, forming curved branches with clusters at the top and short shovel-like branching over their foreheads. Print this coloring page and have a fun time coloring this tough creature, especially those cool antlers.

  1. Winter Ready, Reindeer Baby:

Can you tell that the season is changing? Maybe this cute little baby reindeer coloring page will give you a hint. There is a chill in the air and this baby reindeer comes fully prepared for the holiday season, with woolen hat and scarf. Follow this cutie’s fashion trend and wear warm clothes when you go out during this time. How about giving him some splash of colors as a “thank you” for his smart fashion tip.

  1. Baby Reindeer And Her Jingle Bell Collar:

Happiness is the feeling all around us during this festive season. Spreading such joy is this tiny little baby reindeer, smiling happily and excited for the holidays. Have a fun time coloring this adorable baby reindeer with those merry little jingle bells.

  1. Caribou Mother And Baby Duo:

Look at those majestic antlers on the caribou adult female. She is on guard looking out for her baby reindeer who looks excited about something in the surrounding. Print this coloring page and fill in all the colors of a warm Summer day for this caribou family duo.

  1. Santa’s Reindeer Prepping For Winter:

Here are three of Santa’s reindeer prepping up for the holiday season, smiling widely even though their work is arduous. And Santa’s bag of gifts is already getting bigger. By Christmas Eve it will have enough for every child in the world. Show that you are a good kid by earnestly printing and coloring this page.

  1. Christmas Collar For Cute Reindeer:

This reindeer has taken the preparation for the Christmas season to another level. The magnificently designed collar he is wearing will rival any collar by any reindeer during the holiday season. With its numerous bells and decorations, he is sure to be the talk of the town. Do justice to his magnificence by coloring him in attractive colors.

  1. Home For Christmas:

The spirit of the holiday season has already spread to the forests and the valleys. This wild reindeer is traveling to her family home in a nearby village. She is decked up properly for the season especially with her exquisite star-studded Christmas collar. Give her some colorful company on this journey by coloring this page with festive colors.

  1. The Art Of Posing:

If you thought the earlier baby reindeer was the cutest then you are wrong! This charming little baby reindeer is here to steal your hearts and make you smile wide with happiness. So young and she has already learned the art of posing for the camera. Print this page and color her while learning some tips for your selfie poses.

  1. The Elf And The Reindeer:

Christmas preparation is on and the elves are hard at work, helping Santa Claus. While the other elves are busy making and packing gifts, this meticulous Christmas elf is making sure this beautifully adorned reindeer is warmed-up for the sleigh ride later in the season. Always working so hard! It’s time for you to work hard too on this coloring page.

  1. Funny Reindeer!

Who can resist smiling wide looking at this funny little reindeer? This must remind you of the time when you had to keep on smiling, waiting for the photographer to click your picture. Enjoy coloring this funny fellow by printing this coloring page. Don’t forget to share the laughter!

  1. Smallest, Short-legged Svalbard Reindeer:

Svalbard reindeer from Svalbard in Norway is the smallest subspecies of reindeer. They also have relatively short legs, reminiscent of several extinct insular deer species. You can clearly see how short-legged they are in this illustration.

Look at those antlers! The process of antler formation and growth is called Antlerogenesis. Growing antlers have thick velvet full of blood vessels and spongy texture, which are shed or rubbed off once fully grown. Exhibit your developing coloring skills by printing this page and coloring it exceptionally.

  1. Pretty Prancer:

Do you know the names of all of Santa’s reindeer? Yes, correct! They are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph.

Here is the regal Prancer, showcasing her pleasing personality and impressive features. You can always find him merrily prancing around, cheering up everyone. You can add to his joy by printing this page and coloring it in celebratory colors.

  1. R For Reindeer:

If C is for Christmas and S is for Santa, then R is for? Absolutely correct! R is for Reindeer. Representing the reliable animal friend of our dear Santa Claus is this lovable little reindeer. Take a print of this coloring page and lend him all your support by coloring him in radiant colors.

  1. Christmas Tree Makes Reindeer Happy!

There is a ton of excitement exuding from this coloring page. The Christmas tree is in its conical splendor and the reindeer looks exceptionally happy. It makes for a perfect holiday picture. You can print this page and turn it into a kaleidoscopic Christmas card with dazzling colors.

  1. Color Me Right, Find A Reindeer In Sight:

Here’s a fun activity to get your Christmas excitement to the maximum. If you look at this coloring page now, the illustration seems complex and confusing, doesn’t it? Once you print this page and start coloring accurately according to the instruction on the page, the picture will start to make sense. When you finish coloring, you will see a marvelously decked reindeer in his full glory.

  1. Santa And Reindeer, Prepping For Christmas Cheer:

Santa Claus has been preparing for the whole year. Here he is collecting another bagful of gifts his elves helped to make. Assisting him is his faithful and diligent reindeer. If you have been a good kid this year, you can look forward to getting your gifts this Christmas. If you are not sure yet, you can do a good job of coloring this page to get on Santa’s good side.

  1. Majestically Yours:

Majestic is the word that comes to mind when we look at the reindeer on this coloring page. Adorned with all the festive colors and decorations, you will have a grand time coloring this beauty. What makes this even more interesting are the beautiful patterns drawn around her neck, over the forehead and even on her antlers. Showcase your brilliant coloring skills by printing and coloring this majestic reindeer.

  1. Hooves Like Reindeer!

Reindeer inhabit the colder regions and their hooves are adaptable to changing seasons. During the wet season, the pads are sponge-like providing traction while in winter the pads shrink and tighten, exposing the rim which helps to cut into the ice and stop them from slipping.

  1. Happy And Glee, Reindeer Baby: 

Winter festivities are on the way and looking gleefully excited about it is this tiny baby reindeer. She has even painted starry decorations on herself. Prancing around the town, she is busy spreading the joys of the holiday season. You too can join in and spread happy colors on this coloring page.

  1. Alert Reindeer Alert!

Those big deep eyes are staring out into the distance, on alert about any danger. Did you know that reindeer can see the light of short wavelengths that fall in the ultraviolet range? In 2011, University College London study revealed this detail, stating it helps in their survival by enabling them to distinguish predators in their surroundings. Print this page and color this alert reindeer with complete attention.

  1. The Holiday Spirit Of Sharing:

Taking a cue from happy little reindeer around him is this jovial adult reindeer. He is sharing the joy of the holiday season as enthusiastically as the little fellows. Be sure to spend the holidays with positivity and share in the joy with your family and others. For now, print this page and share the joy of this reindeer with cheerful colors.

  1. How To Pose Like A Reindeer!

Such a pretty pose! This cute looking reindeer sure knows how to work the camera. From the well-brushed fur, neat hooves and polished antlers, she is every photographers’ dream. She is excited about the new clothes she will get to wear and tasty treats to eat. You must be eager too. Help color her excitement with your coloring skills.

  1. It’s All About The Antlers!

Reindeer shed their antlers every year, typically late autumn or early winter and grow next summer. The antlers on this coloring page belong to a young adult reindeer. In a few years, he will have humungous branched antlers to rival any of the adult males. Motivate him to eat healthily and keep going strong, by printing and coloring this page.

  1. Reindeer Eyes, Like Gold Or Blue Sky:

Did you know that Arctic reindeer adapt to changing seasons by changing the color of their eyes? Yes, they do! A University of Tromso study confirmed that their eyes change color from gold through blue, aiding them in spotting their predators efficiently.

  1. As Cool As A Reindeer!

One look at this coloring page and you get the idea about where reindeer live. Yes, they inhabit the colder regions like the Arctic. Have a chilled-out time coloring the igloo, the snow-capped mountains, and the lively reindeer.

  1. Rudolf – The Red-Nosed Reindeer:

Santa’s reindeer were first introduced to the world as eight in total, according to the 1823 poem popularly called “The Night Before Christmas”. In the mid-90s, Rudolph – the red-nosed reindeer joined the group, thanks to a story in verse by Robert L. May in 1939 wherein Rudolph with his glowing red nose helped Santa guide his sleigh on a particularly foggy Christmas Eve. This fun illustration shows Rudolph’s glowing red nose being exposed when the fake nose fell off during play time.

  1. Greetings From Santa And Reindeer:

Greeting with holiday cheer here on this coloring page are Santa and one of his industrious reindeer. They are here to update you on how everything is on schedule and how you should stop worrying and enjoy the festive season.

  1. “The Night Before Christmas”:

Here is a beautiful illustration of the poem Clement C. Moore wrote showcasing the first eight reindeer of Santa Claus. Can you spot all the eight names in the poem? Learn the names by printing and coloring this gorgeous Christmas Eve scene.

  1. Sven The “Frozen” Reindeer:

In recent times, no other reindeer has achieved as much love and popularity as our very own Sven from the 2013 Disney blockbuster film “Frozen”. The ever-faithful, trustworthy and funny reindeer companion to the human Kristoff. He looks a bit worried here. Must be the slippery frozen lake which is making him nervous. Capture his fear and the detailed surroundings by printing this page and coloring it expertly.

  1. Survival Of The Woodland Reindeer:

Baby woodland reindeer learns survival skills from his mother on this coloring page; running through the landscape, being quick on their hooves. Survival is a key issue in the case of boreal woodland caribou, as they were listed in 2002 by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) as threatened.

We are already at the end of this amazing collection of free reindeer color pages to print. There is also a possibility that reindeer too might come to an end in near future. In 2016, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (ICUN) Red List of Threatened Species, listed reindeer under the “Vulnerable” status. Let’s spread awareness regarding their conservation and give them joy, just like how they help spread joy during the holiday season. So fill in these reindeer coloring pictures to print and teach every around about conservation.

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