Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages free to have fun!

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¡Ola! ¡Celebremos! Let’s celebrate. Cinco de Mayo is a fun and festive holiday celebrated on May 5th each year. A perfect time to have a fun party at home, but how to keep the kids entertained? And not crawl under the party tables? Well, one fantastic way to engage kids in the festivities is by jointly enjoying Cinco de Mayo coloring pages. And then of course, hang them up on a feature wall!

You’re a teacher rather than a parent? It does not matter. If you’re looking for activities for your kids that are both relaxing, educational, creative and artistic, we’ve got you covered. These coloring pages are perfect for kids of all ages. And adults.

On this page, we’ve made a collection of free Cinco de Mayo coloring pages that you can download and print at home or at school. And by using them, the Mexican traditions of this holiday come alive. It’s historical day after all. The day commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

We’ve included some easy to color coloring pages, and some that are more intricate so that everyone will be entertained.

Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages

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 Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages

Traditional Mexican Dancers

Picture Mexican folk dancers. In vibrant colors. See their traditional costumes showcasing the rich culture of Mexico.

This is the favorite theme for cinco de mayo coloring pages.

Free downloadable page at Crayola.

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Mariachi Band Member — Classic Cinco de Mayo coloring page

Colorful illustrations of singers and musicians playing lively tunes on guitars, trumpets, and violins.

Coloring page free downloadable: In the playroom. (follow this link also for the other images by In the Playroom below.

Tip: make a couple of characters, cut them out and glue them onto a new page to make a choir, … and have the kids collaborate with each other.

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Pinata Fun

A ‘pinata’ means party, right?! A festive scene with a colorful pinata filled with candies and surrounded by excited children.

Get the free coloring page at ‘In the Playroom’ (link above)

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Mexican Food Fiesta

Yummy. Yummy. Tacos, nachos, and salsa – a mouthwatering coloring page celebrating Mexican cuisine.

Coloring page free downloadable: ‘In the Playroom’ (link above)

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Parade Musician

It’s hard to depict a Cinco de Mayo parade with their beautifully decorated floats. There are just too many elements. Such a drawing would overwhelm young people. Instead, color a single musician. This one’s real cute.

Coloring page free downloadable via intheplayroom.co.uk

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Mexican Flag

Learn about Mexico’s flag colors and symbols while coloring the flag.

Coloring page free downloadable via Kids Activities Blog .

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Battle of Puebla

Depict the historical battle scene with soldiers in traditional uniforms.

This image is more detailed and therefore more suitable for older kids.

Coloring page free downloadable via

G8 c o l i r pages at Blogspot

How to Use Cinco de Mayo coloring pages

  1. Download and Print: Follow the link of the coloring page you like, download it to your computer, and print as many copies as you need, using the directions you’ll find on each website. All of these Cinco de Mayo coloring pages are free.
  2. Gather Supplies: Get your coloring tools ready. You can use: colored pencils, markers, or crayons. You can even colored paper, and scissors, and try to create these scenes with cut-outs. Ok. that’s a bit more advanced. It requires prep.
  3. Color Away: Let your creativity shine as you fill these pages with vibrant colors. Feel free to experiment with different color combinations. We have included some coloring pages from ‘In the playroom’ which provides color combination ideas for each page.
  4. Share Your Masterpieces: Once you or the kids are done coloring, proudly display the artwork. Make a feature wall. That can be where the party is, in the classroom, school hall, family kitchen, or your bedroom. Or, if parents are ok with this, you can share your creations on social media using #CincodeMayoColoring.

Why Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages?

Coloring pages are fun. And they offer various benefits for both children and adults. They promote relaxation, improve focus, and enhance creativity. Additionally, coloring can be an educational tool, teaching kids about cultural celebrations like Cinco de Mayo. They’re also for adults. Coloring is a great way to unwind and destress.

Additional Tips for Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

If not using these pages in a school setting but at home,

  • Host a virtual Cinco de Mayo coloring party with friends and family. — May: the perfect time for a garden party. Why not get a few families together and get up a coloring table?
  • Try out Mexican recipes together while coloring. — Make a coloring party into a ‘real’ party. Here’s a wonderful recipe for delicious Enchiladas – that crowd pleasing party dish..
  • Explore more about Mexican culture and history through books or online resources. — Perfect idea! (Good for home schooling and classrooms.)

Why not embrace the spirit of celebration this Cinco de Mayo? Be creative. Make these coloring pages fun. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly activity or a personal artistic outlet, these printables are sure to delight the little ones, and bring cultural appreciation. Download your favorite coloring pages, grab your colors, and let the fiesta begin!

Happy Coloring and Happy Cinco de Mayo!


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