43 Best Grinch Coloring Pages (Free Printables!)

Here are 43 awesome Grinch coloring pages that are free! The Grinch is one of the most iconic characters in Christmas lore.

He has been around since 1957, and is still as popular as ever! His mischievous attitude makes him a perfect subject for coloring.

We’ve got an excellent selection of printables for both adults and kids of all ages to choose from. Browse through these awesome drawings of The Grinch to decide which ones you want to color this holiday season!

the grinch, cindy lou who outlines for coloring

The Grinch is a fictional character created by Dr. Seuss, initially appearing in his children’s classic book, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!”

Here are our other free holiday coloring pages:
Gingerbread man printables
Christmas ones for adults
Thanksgiving turkey coloring sheets

Fun Fact
The Grinch wasn’t always green. He was originally drawn in black and white by Dr. Seuss and later made green by Chuck Jones, the director of the 1966 TV cartoon

the grinch, cindy lou who outlines for coloring

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43 Awesome Grinch Coloring Pages That Are Free

Free grinch coloring pages you can print and download to color now. Coloring sheets of mean Grinch's, silly Grinch's, Cindy Lou Who and Max.

Fun Fact

It took three hours each day for Jim Carrey to get ready in his costume. He underwent torture training to endure the lengthy makeup process.

And Kazu Hiro, who was tasked with applying the makeup, started going to therapy once the film wrapped after dealing with the actor’s frustrations over the process.

Fun Fact

Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel, was inspired to write the story based on his own frustrations with the commercialization of Christmas.

The book was published in 1957 by Random House.

Fun Fact

Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel, was inspired to write the story based on his own frustrations with the commercialization of Christmas.

The book was published in 1957 by Random House.

Fun Fact

The Grinch has been portrayed in several different ways. It has been adapted into an animated television featurette in 1966, the 2000 live-action feature comedy film.

There also ls is a video game based on the film, a Broadway show, and more.

Fun Fact

Dr. Seuss drove a car with the license plate “GRINCH.” His wife and widow Audrey kept the plate going after he died in 1991.

Fun Fact

Before Jim Carrey was cast as the Grinch, there were other possibilities. Eddie Murphy and Jack Nicholson were both considered for the role.

Fun Fact

There are a bunch of hidden Dr. Seuss references throughout the 2000 movie.

You can find a statue of Horton from Horton Hears a Who and a helping of green eggs and ham amongst other Easter eggs.

Fun Fact

Max, the Grinch’s dog, was played by six different dogs. Kelly, Chip, Topsy, Stella, Zelda, and Bo teamed up to be Max.

The main one appearing in all the close-up shots is Kelly.

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