Winnie the Pooh Coloring Pages

Winnie the Pooh coloring pages for kids - explore the wonderful world of this interesting fairy tale which is recognized around the world. We will get to know all its characters. We will also see other Disney characters and many more interesting coloring pages which can be found in other prepared and selected categories - we can color them online and print for free.

Winnie the Pooh with sunflowers

Online coloring book of Winnie the Pooh with sunflowers
In today's coloring page our task will be to paint Winnie the Pooh, whom you already know very well from fairy tales. The character holds in his hand a bouquet of...

Winnie-the-Pooh goes down the hill

Check out this teddy bear who loves winter. He is warm and only sometimes when there is more frost outside the window he wears a scarf or a hat. Here we see,...

Winnie the Pooh in Winter

It is always necessary to remember to dress warmly in winter. It is always advisable to wear a warm jacket and thick gloves if you are going to spend the ...

Tigger from the Disney fairy tale

coloring book tiger from the printable cub puffin story for kids
This is the last of the characters we wanted to introduce to you. For sure he can't sit in one place and he would constantly jump on...

Piglet

Winnie the Pooh coloring page for kids
He is very timid but hard-working and respects all his friends. He loves to eat acorns and is Winnie-the-Pooh's best friend.

Baby - Roo

coloring page of baby Roo from the Winnie the Pooh story for kids to print
He loves to spend time with Tigger with whom he roams all the time whenever he is allowed by his mother with whom he lives in a bag...

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coloring book rabbit from Winnie the Pooh stories for kids to print

Fairy Tale Rabbit

Another supporting character who appears in episodes of this fairy tale. We remember him always taking care of his garden...
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Kanugrzyca - Kanga

We got a chance to meet this adorable kangaroo along with her little one. She is known for her love of jumping. She loves to bake...
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The fairy tale forest

It is in this Hundred Acre Wood that the entire action of this fairy tale takes place. It is where the main characters live. See...
Piglet and Winnie the Pooh coloring book to print

Piglet and Winnie the Pooh

Where are they going in such a hurry? Our Winnie the Pooh and Piglet are merrily hopping around and wandering somewhere in a hurry....
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Winnie the Pooh's winter

Winnie the Pooh already dresses very warm and wears a thick scarf around his neck. And you remember to wear a thick scarf around your...
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Tigger and Winnie the Pooh

We see three characters from the fairy tale in the picture. The heroes of this piece are toy animals, friends of Christopher. They include the titular Winnie the Pooh, Piglet,...
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Owl from Winnie the Pooh cartoon

Today we have an Owl from the Winnie the Pooh cartoon to color. Owl can write and read, which sets him apart from most...
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Winnie the Pooh with cake

The eponymous Winnie the Pooh from the cartoon is celebrating his birthday today! Make him a great present and make this picture...
Winnie the Pooh with a balloon coloring book to print

Winnie the Pooh with a balloon

Do you recognize the teddy bear shown in the picture? Yes, that's Winnie the Pooh from the forest. Winnie the Pooh as...
coloring sheet for Winnie the Pooh

Christopher comforts Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh and Christopher are best friends. They always spend their holiday time together. Unfortunately, the school year starts soon and...
Winnie the Pooh with balloons coloring book to print

Winnie the Pooh with balloons

Winnie the Pooh was very excited about the upcoming Valentine's Day. He decided to give each of his friends something nice. Each...
Winnie the Pooh and his friends coloring book to print

Winnie the Pooh and his friends

Eeyore was very sad because he thought no one loved him and no one would visit him on Valentine's Day. On...
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Winnie the Pooh Easter is coming

Winnie the Pooh gets very excited every time the holidays or free days come around, because he knows that then he will be...
Winnie the Pooh birthday coloring book to print

Winnie the Pooh's birthday

Winnie the Pooh is currently celebrating his birthday. On this occasion, his friends have thrown him a surprise party. They prepared a cake, presents, birthday...
Winnie the Pooh and Christopher with a balloon coloring book to print

Winnie the Pooh and Christopher with a balloon

Krzyś could not go out and meet Winnie the Pooh for a few days, because he had to study for an important test...
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Christopher and Winnie the Pooh with honey

Christopher went on his first picnic with Winnie the Pooh to celebrate the beginning of summer vacation. Winnie the Pooh took a jar of honey with him....
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Autumn and Winnie the Pooh

Autumn, is the time of year when many beautiful leaves appear. Each of them is different. Winnie the Pooh decided...

Winnie the Pooh and Eeyore

These are two friends very often spend time with each other. As we can see in this coloring book they are very happy with...

Winnie the Pooh and honey

In this fairy tale we can meet such characters as: Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Snout Owl, Mama Kangaroo and Baby and Christopher...

Winnie the Pooh characters

All the main characters in the fairy tale live in the forest, and there each of them has something to do. Almost every...

Winnie the Pooh coloring pages - history and information about the characters from the cartoon

The inspiration for A. A. Milne to write the first Winnie the Pooh book was the bear whose story you are about to learn. It all started in White River, Ontario. Harry, at the train station, bought a little bear for 80 zloty, which in today's terms is about 2000 zloty. He named him "Winnipeg Bear" after the city where he grew up. Since Harry was on his way to Quebec to join the soldiers who left for World War I, the bear went with him. When Harry and his troop left for England, he was also there with him on the ship.

In England, a bear became the division mascot. The entire brigade played with him whenever they had free time. When the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade received word that they were going to France, the order came that Harry could not be taken with them. Therefore, he stayed in London at the zoo.

Teddy was very loved and the most popular animal at this zoo. She was very tame, so the children who visited Bear at the zoo could ride on her back! Visitors to the zoo could also feed him. However, it was not a jug of honey like in the fairy tale. Because this bear's favorite sweet treat was a mixture of corn syrup and condensed milk. Can you guess who was the most frequent guest and visitor of this bear? None other than Christopher Robin and his father, A. A. Milne. Christopher Robin just named his teddy bear Winnie the Pooh.

Inspired by his son's bear, A. A. Milne wrote Winnie the Pooh - October 14, 1926. The very first book about the silly old bear also included characters such as Piglet, Eeyore and Kangaroo: Kanga and Owl and Rabbit - these were his son's toys so they also appeared in this book. Only in the second book, Home in Pooh Corner, does Tigger appear, which was also based on one of Christopher Robin's teddy bears.

Everyone fell in love with the book's teddy bear, just like this bear from the London Zoo, except that this little bear could reach all corners of the world! In fact, the book was even translated into Latin and became the first foreign language book to make the New York Times bestseller list. The London Zoo was left with a statue of this very bear.

Fairy tale characters

1) Winnie the Pooh - He is a lovable bear who is the main character in the fairy tale. Although he is naive and slow, he is a friendly fellow who is always willing to help his friends and try his best. His main motivation is his love for honey, which quite often leads to trouble. His best friend is Piglet

2) Christopher - Which is the mapped out character of the writer's son Christopher Robin. He is the only human character in the books and has a cheerful and compassionate personality. Every one of the animals admires him. Despite being a child, he is much wiser and more mature than many of the other characters. Christopher grows from chapter to chapter, starting to go to school and learning more and more from books. In the last chapter, Christopher leaves his stuffed animals and asks Pooh to understand him and always remember him.

3) Piglet - Is a very embarrassing fairy tale character. He is a piggy and the best friend of our main character besides Christopher Robin. In the books he is a shy little animal. However, more and more in the following chapters of the book he turns out to be very brave when faced with a crisis. His favorite food is acorns.

4) Tiger - He is energetic, has a spring tail on which he often jumps. He is a lively, joyful, unresponsible and sometimes trouble-making friend to the rest of the book crew. He loves to romp, especially bouncing off others. He is very confident that he thinks every task is "what Tiggers do best". He becomes Roo's best friend.

5) Eeyore - A depressed donkey who is a perpetually gloomy and pessimistic friend who has trouble keeping his tail attached to his back and happens to lose it. Then everyone starts looking for his tail. He has his own stick house that falls apart and has to be rebuilt.

6) Rabbit - is friendly. He considers himself the smartest rabbit in Hundred Acre Wood. He insists on doing things his way and is obsessed with rules, planning and order. He often loses his temper with others and bosses them around, but deep down he cares deeply about his friends. In the Walt Disney movies, he is proud of his garden and hates it when someone, mainly Tigger, destroys it. Rabbit is one character that is not based on a toy that once belonged to Christopher Robin Milne.

7) Owl - presents himself as a mentor and teacher to others. Owl and most of his friends believe he is the smartest animal in the forest. He often gets into long speeches and uses words that his friends do not understand. Although he likes to portray himself as knowledgeable, like most other characters, he cannot spell well, even his own name.

8) Kanga the kangaroo and Roo her little son - They both live in a house near Sand Well in the northwestern part of the forest. Kanga is the only female character to appear in the books. She was created based on a plush toy that belonged to Christopher Robin Milne.
When Kanga and Roo first arrive in the forest in chapter seven, everyone thinks that Kanga is a dangerous animal, but they discover that this is not true and befriend her.