Shalom! One of the most fun Jewish holidays is Purim. And yet in the story of Esther, there is a serious side. Nevertheless, children have fun twirling their grogger noisemakers, eating lots of hamantashen, putting on costumes – and of course, coloring Purim coloring pages!
An Entire Free Purim Coloring Book
Seven Purim coloring pages that when put together, make a nice Purim coloring book. Inside the front cover, your children will find Mordechai, Queen Esther, Queen Vashti, Achashveirosh, Haman, and the four Mitzvot of Purim. PDF files
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Some of the best drawings of Purim characters on the web
A Purim Party!
OK, I’ll tell you the whole megillah of what this site has. Seven fun, stylized Purim coloring pages include the Megillah (what else?), Mordechai, a funny looking Queen Esther, a mean-looking Haman, a grogger noise maker, Achashveirosh, and delicious hamantashen. Let the party begin!
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A very mean-looking Haman
Morty Mermeltashen Brings You Purim Coloring Pages
These lucky 13 Purim coloring pages begin with a hearty “hi” from Morty Mermeltashen, your coloring book friend. He swings the grogger and wishes us “Happy Purim”, puts on a mask, gives a food basket, drinks a little much, waxes philosophic, sings, reads the Megillah, and introduces characters in the story of Esther. A very carefree approach to Purim
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Morty Mermeltashen
Hebrew Alef Bet Practice
6 Purim coloring pages help children learn the Hebrew alphabet while coloring pictures of a basket of food, a happy Purim face, and a paper cutout that can be made into a sort of hamantash, filled with goodies, and given to a friend in the tradition of the holiday.
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Hebrew alef bet practice
Purim Coloring Pages of Food and Fun
Seven great Purim coloring pages show a girl eating kreplach, a gift basket, hamantashen, a grogger, a mask, a Megillah reading, and two puppets.
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A girl eating kreplach
The Story of Esther
Ten Purim coloring pages depict the story of Esther in detail, with explanatory words accompanying each coloring page. Esther moves to the palace, meets Hegai, and the king chooses beautiful Esther to become his queen. Trouble and intrigue brew in the palace, and Esther fasts and prays for a good outcome. There are three Purim coloring pages of the main Purim characters of beautiful Esther, Mordechai, and the mean Haman.
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Lots of accompanying dialogue
The Story of Esther in Play Form
16 Purim coloring pages tell the story of Esther in great detail. The coloring pages depicted can be clicked on and supposedly heard (although I couldn’t get this function to work). The line drawings are simple yet each Purim coloring page is full of detail, ready for even the more advanced children artists. Some of the Purim coloring pages include the beautiful Queen Esther, the King, Haman, and a coloring page reminding us of many aspects of Purim.
What these Purim coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A picture-by-picture play
Whatever you do, enjoy coloring your Purim coloring pages – and enjoy Purim!