Free Pinocchio Colouring Pages

A story about wishes, love, what's wrong and right, and learning to tell the truth.

The origins of the character and story come from The Adventures of Pinocchio written by Carlo Collodi, all the way back in 1883 (that's a really long time ago). As Collodi was Italian, the story actually was based in a small Italian village.

17 free Pinocchio colouring pages for kids can be found below ready to print out. Click the images to go the the page where you can either print off the image or save to your computer. You have given these printable sheets 5 out of 5 with 10 voters.

The tale of Pinocchio has been made into dozens of movies, from cartoon styles, like the Disney version, to real life ones with well-known actors and actresses, to combinations of both, and even into musicals.

The Disney movie though was the first film on Pinocchio, and was released back in 1940. It was Walt Disney's second animation feature film (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was the first).

There's a site that rates movies, called Rotten Tomatoes, and this is one of the very few movies to hold a 100% rating on it (that means it is a super good movie).

You know how your mother tells you if you lie your nose will grow? That's because in this movie, whenever Pinocchio tells a lie, his nose grows.

Other key characters in the movie are:

  • Gepetto, Pinocchio's creator and father who wishes him to life
  • Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio's guide who is there to show him what is wrong and right
  • Stromboli, a bad man who wants to use Pinocchio for his own greed

Gepetto's kitten, Figaro also featured in other Disney works, often as Minnie Mouse's kitten.

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on July 16th, 2014
The past teaches us many things. We do many mistakes, wrong when we do something at first. The following page is very educative to kids

on August 13th, 2014
Pinocchio is so cute!:)

on August 31st, 2014
i wish if any body who lies his nose gets bigger like Pinocchio, that way nobody will lie anymore haha