25 Free Grandparents Day Coloring Pages For All Ages

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Nine different coloring sheets with grandparents and grandchildren

Are you looking for a meaningful and creative activity for your kids for Grandparents Day? We’ve got you covered with our special collection of 25 Grandparents Day coloring pages. They are perfect for classroom activities or home crafts to celebrate the 28th of July, a grandparent’s birthday, or just to show some love.

Plus, we’ll show you how to turn these coloring sheets into beautiful, handmade cards. It’s an easy and fun way for kids to create a personal gift that grandparents will absolutely adore.

And the best part? Everything you need is here – free downloads, simple instructions, and no e-mail sign-up needed!

Pin these grandparents coloring sheets

Before we jump in, make sure you save these coloring pages on Pinterest. That way, you can easily find them whenever you’re ready to color or share them with your friends.

What you need to get started

Here’s what you’ll need to make beautiful cards or coloring sheets for the grandparents:

And your favorite coloring tools:

A package with 20 different Crayola Washable Super Tips Markers
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25 Grandparents Day coloring pages

We’ve got a bunch of fun designs for you! Cute animals, awards for the best grandparents, fun scenes of grandparents with their grandkids, and even some cool mandalas for those who like a bit of a challenge.

Just click “download” below the coloring sheet you like best or click on the image and will take you straight to our free printable PDFs.

Do you want them all? Don’t worry, we won’t make you click on all 25 sheets separately, just download our PDF with all Grandparents Day coloring pages, and you can print them with one click!

Make sure to use our PDFs and not our images for the best picture quality for your coloring.

I love you, grandma

I love you, grandpa

Grandma is the best

Best grandpa ever

Super grandma

Happy Grandparents Day

Happy Grandparents Day (2)

Happy Grandparents Day (3)

Happy Grandparents Day (4)

Best grandparents with hearts

Mandala Grandparents Day

The Best Grandparents award

Happy Grandparents Day (5)

Happy Grandparents Day bear

Happy Grandparents Day (6)

World’s Best Grandparents trophy

Happy Grandparents Day (7)

Happy Grandparents Day flowers

Happy Grandparents Day (8)

Grandmother with two children

Grandmother with granddaughter

Grandfather with grandson

Happy Grandparents Day (9)

The Best Grandparents Award (2)

Grandparents Day mandala (2)

Turning your Grandparents Day coloring pages into cards

Want to surprise your kid’s grandparents with something extra special?

Turn these coloring pages into a greeting card!

Here are four ways in which you can go about it. We’ll explain them in a bit more detail below, so you’ll know exactly how to set up your printer and where to find the foldable designs for the right results!

  1. Print 4 pages on cardstock and cut them into A6 Cards
  2. Print our foldable A4 design on cardstock and fold it in two
  3. Print our foldable A4 design on regular paper, cut, and glue onto folded cardstock
  4. Print our foldable A4 design on regular paper and fold it in two.
A schematic picture of four different ways to print a coloring sheet to make cards
Four options to print Grandparents Day cards

Personally, I think the first two options are the prettiest. They give that real greeting card feel because of the sturdy cardstock. But if you’re just looking for a quick and sweet card for the grandparents, the last two options work just fine too.

#1 Print 4 pages on cardstock and cut into A6 Cards

This is the best option if you need to print a bunch of coloring pages and cards, for example for your classroom, or if you have more kids. It’s super easy and looks great!

  1. Download all of our Grandparent’s Day coloring pages here and click print
  2. In the printer settings, under “pages to print”, you can print all pages or tell your printer to only print selected pages if you have a few favorites
  3. Then tell your printer to print 4 of these pages on one sheet of cardstock. You will find this setting under “sizing or page handling”, or something similar. And then select “4” under pages per sheet. This way, each page becomes a mini card.
  4. After printing, grab some scissors and cut the page into four smaller cards and you are all done!
Example of printer settings for four per sheet

#2 Print our foldable A4 design on cardstock and fold it in two

If you want a larger greeting card for the grandparents, I would suggest printing our foldable pages directly onto A4 cardstock. Our foldable pages are basically the same as our coloring sheets, except this time, it’s in landscape orientation with the coloring page on the right side.

So all you need to do is fold, and voila – you’ve got the perfect card for nan and pop. It feels nice and sturdy and has lots of room for your special message inside.

Before you print all pages on cardstock, do a test with one page to make sure everything looks good.

#3 Print foldable design on regular paper, cut and glue on cardstock paper

If you’re not sure your printer likes cardstock, no worries! Just choose your favorite coloring page from our foldable PDFs (or print them all), and then print it on regular paper. Next, cut it out, and glue it onto a cardstock that’s folded in half.

It looks awesome that way too, and you don’t have to worry about your printer’s compatibility with cardstock.

#4 Print foldable design on regular paper and fold it in two

The easiest way?

Print our foldable designs on regular paper and fold them in half.

Boom! Instant card, ready for your message.

Print foldable design on regular paper for quick and easy card

Funny Grandparents Day messages to add

Add a funny message to your card or coloring page to make the grandparents laugh. Here are a few ideas:

  • “Happy Grandparent’s Day! Thanks for not telling my parents everything!”
  • “Grandma, Grandpa, I love you more than my screen time!”
  • “Here’s a card because I know you love them more than text messages!”

More DIY and coloring page ideas

Feeling creative?

We have many more free printables and DIY projects for you to check out, for example

Don’t forget to pin these on Pinterest

Make sure to save these Grandparents Day coloring sheets on Pinterest so you can come back to them anytime. And so that you can share them with others too.

Wrapping it up

We hope you have a blast with these Grandparents Day coloring pages and card-making tips. They’re a fun way to show the grandparents some love on Grandparent’s Day, their birthdays, or any day you feel like it.

Do you have an idea or wish for more cool coloring pages? Just let us know. We love hearing from you!

AUTHOR

Hi, I’m Lara, a 30-year-old travel-lover (but who’s not these days?). I love reading, puzzling, world-heritage sites, researching, and making lists, which comes in quite handy when you’re making lists of travel gift ideas!