Prayer Coloring Pages for Kids

Young Girl Praying Coloring Page
Click above to print this “Girl Praying” coloring page

These coloring pages are meant to help children learn to pray. They can be used in a variety of Sunday School activities or simply at home as prayer cards. Often times teachers can have children write out their prayers as a response to the Bible lesson. This coloring page can make that an even better option.

This is another contribution from Carlos Bautista. He’s a reader from the Philippines who works with children and is attending Bible College.

Directions: Simply click on the preview images to download the girl and boy pages as print-friendly PDF files. We’ve also uploaded higher resolution jpeg images (here and here) for anyone who wants to do advanced editing.

Printable Boy Praying Coloring Page
Click above to print this “Boy Praying” Coloring Page

The pictures are simple and to the point. One has a boy kneeling over in prayer with a large quote bubble above his head where the child can write their prayer. The girl version is very similar except with a different character praying.

If you enjoy this resource, be sure to leave a comment and let us know. It would be a real encouragement to Carlos.

Note: We have added some new coloring pages about prayer to our website for you to download. Here is the link to check out our free Lord’s Prayer coloring pages.


  1. Charlene Williams says

    This website is the best, I love it… I’m a new bible study teacher and this will help me out a lot with the kids.

  2. Fernanda says

    Thank you so much for this resource. I was looking for something special for our pastor from the children in our class and I think this is just perfect. We’re going to make a poster board with one for each child to let him know are all praying for him. Thank you so much and may God bless you!

  3. Jo says

    I use the pictures of the praying children every Sunday in my 4 and 5 year old class. At the end of the lesson we talk about praying for the coming week.. I write what they want to pray about in the bubble and they take it home. I am hoping that this is a reminder to the parents to encourage them to pray. Thank you so much for such a simple beautiful picture.

    Jesus be with you always

  4. says

    Thanks for the encouragement! We’re still posting these as quickly as Mandy creates them (still working through the OT with about two sheets per month). When it’s complete we’ll upload a single file coloring book for easy download.

  5. Hilary Goodyear says

    I am always looking for homeschool activities for my 2 and 3 year old. Thank you for your site and lesson suggestions and pages, it is a big help in teaching about Jesus and His presence.

  6. Cheryl Taylor says

    May God continue to bless you and give you wisdom like Daniel. This is excellent! I am adapting it to suit my level. This made my work so much easier. Last week I taught a lesson on how God answers prayers. This lesson fits in as a continuation of last weeks lesson. May God bless You!

  7. Janice Gard says

    I came to your web site looking for activities for junior church. I was hoping to find something that would reinforce this week’s Sunday school lesson which is about the hope we have in Jesus. The lesson on freedom from sin will do this nicely and the coloring pages for writing a prayer will give them a good reminder to take with them. Thank you.

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  9. Emmanuella Cadet says

    The coloring pages are so much needed. Thank you for making teaching God children much easier.

  10. Carol Paul says

    Thank you for taking the time to share this post. Its a beautiful and creative way to teach young children how to pray. I will be using it with my class. God bless you as you continue to share these little nuggets.

  11. Monica says

    I recently began teaching Sunday School and this website has been such a blessing to me in finding useful resources for myself and the children. This is another great one. Thanks so much for all you do. God Bless you and your work!!!

  12. Robin Huffman says

    How AWESOME is this!!! My husband and I just started a youth ministry at a church where there was none. I primarily am with the children. I need all the help I can get. Prayer is my BIG thing, so this was right on point. Thank you so very much and my the GOD who is ever present bless you.

  13. Dory says

    Thank you for your ideas to help us teach our students the blessings of Prayer

  14. T says

    I work with children and adults who have special needs. These coloring pages are perfect for our class. I am very excited to use them!

  15. TC says

    we are from a small country church as well! we just found this site and are curious to learn what it is all about… praying that God keeps your church “up and running, ” with people who are seeking first His Kingdom and following His lead !

  16. TC says

    This worked perfectly for our sunday school lesson on prayer; we plan to have the kids color the pages, then tell the teacher what they would like to pray about, so the teacher can write it on the page for them :) Thanks so much for having one for boys and one for girls! (We are learning about praying for missionaries, and praying for people in our own communities as we are missionaries to them, ourselves.)

  17. James says

    I just recently started helping in my Church Sunday School Classes. We are but a small country church but our children range from 3-11 years old. I have found this to be the best information on teaching our children. I like to use the Lessons as a guide plan, for teaching the children.
    I started with Baby Moses and we are almost done with it, so having them learn of prayer is going to be great.

    Thank you to all who have added to and created this wonderful web site.

  18. Evangelist Dr. Carolyn Skinner says

    This is wonderful! Please let Carlos know that I love his work. This will be a great tool for me to use to have children write their prayers down to God and post it in their rooms or other special places.

    Evangelist Dr. Carolyn Skinner

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