The bear coloring pages is a good way for your kid to develop motor skills and have fun at the same time. As always we gather some of the cutest coloring pages for you to download, print or color online. We are going to add more items to the list in the coming days, so don’t forget checking our website time to time. Here is the list, have fun!
Bear Coloring Pages for Kids
We have listed some of the best coloring pages which are very helpful to get ideas for your kids’ projects. You can use these pages as a source to get your kids’ projects done with great quality. Our site is easy to use that doesn’t require any coding or graphics experience. All you need is a good internet connection and a computer.
Have you ever wondered about the little bear who comes in the winter and hibernates? We have too! So, we thought of creating coloring pages on these cute bears. We added some great images of bears that can be colored and printed.
This is a great gift for any animal lover! It’s very cute and the print is a size that will look good on anyone. You can print this image as a wall art or you can even get it printed on a mug, t-shirt, mousepad etc. You can also get it framed in black and white, white and blue or any other combination that you like.
Amazing Facts About Bears
Bears are usually found in the forests and mountains. Bears are omnivores. The main foods of bears are meat, fruits, vegetables, nuts and berries. They use their paws to dig for food. Bears have a short snout with large eyes. Their fur is brownish-black in color with white under the chin and black around the eyes and ears. They have large paws with claws. Their back legs are longer than their front legs. The fur on the bear’s back is coarse and stiff while its tail is short and hairy.
The family of bears consists of two groups: Ursidae and Mustelidae. The group known as Ursidae includes the bears, called “tigers” in many languages including English, along with several other species that are not as dangerous to humans as the polar bear or grizzly bear. Other members of this group include the polar bear, Kodiak bear, black bear (Ursus americanus), brown bear (Ursus arctos), sloth bear (Melursus ursinus), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) and spectacled bears (Tremarctos ornatus).
The Asiatic black bears found in India belong to the subfamily Melinae. They have a very long snout compared to other members of this subfamily. They also have large eyes compared to their size; their eyes measure between 55-65mm in diameter compared to 45-55mm in diameter in other members of this subfamily. They have a relatively long neck which is shorter than their body length. This means they can easily be caught when climbing trees or feeding on fruits from trees.