Do your kids love Super Mario Bros.? Kids of all ages (adults too) love this classic arcade game. It was one of my favorite video games as a kid too. These Super Mario Bros coloring pages are lots of fun. Use the free printable coloring pages at a Mario party. Keep them on hand as an easy way to stay busy and have aa fun time while waiting at a restaurant or appointment.
The most famous character, Mario, and his brother Luigi travel through the Mushroom Kingdom of Super Mario Land to save the princess from Bowser.
- Mario (most popular character)
- Bowser Jr.
- Princess Peach
- Toad Yoshi
- Koopa Troopa
Popular Mario Brothers Games
- Super Mario Brothers
- Super Mario Galaxy
- Mario Kart
- Yoshi’s Story
- Super Mario 3D World
These free printable Super Mario coloring pages are a fun way to strengthen fine motor skills and get creative with a Mario theme. Older kids might want to color Mario with blue overalls and a black mustache, but younger kids might want to mix up the colors of the main character. There’s no right way which is part of the fun.
Ways to Use the Mario Coloring Sheets
Make a Mario Book
Use these printable sheets to make a Mario book. Color the pages and staple them together. Make a cover that says “My Mario Book”.
Create a Mario Sticker Book
Turn it into a sticker book. The blank side of the coloring pages can be used to collect Mario stickers or other stickers. This is a great idea for a travel activity.
Write a Mario Story
Color a picture and tell a Mario story. Have your child tell you a story about the picture they just colored. Put the story and the picture together to make a book. Story ideas could include:
- Mario and Yoshi’s Ride
- Capture the Flag
- Mario and the Biting Plant
- Save the Princess
Mario Play Dough Mats
Laminate the free pages. Then, use play dough to fill in the mushrooms, blocks, or clouds on each design.
Download the Super Mario Coloring Pages (personal use only)
Super Mario Activities
Hunt for Coins
Cut out gold circles from construction paper or buy gold coins from a dollar store. Hide them around the house and have your child find them. You can hide 10 for counting practice. Write words on them that make a sentence once they are all found. Find the coins that spell your name. Write numbers on them and put them in numerical order as they are found. The possibilities are endless.
Mario Obstacle Course
Make a Mario obstacle course. Put pillows on the floor to walk on, items to jump over, and things to crawl under. Have a red flag at the end to jump up and grab.
M is for Mario Letter Hunt
Go on a letter hunt. Find things around your house that start with M for Mario or L for Luigi. Put them in two separate piles. Make it an I Spy game at the grocery story looking for all of the items that start with M that Mario would buy or eat and all of the things that start with L that Luigi would buy or eat Every time your child sees one, he can say “Let’s-a-Go!”
Mario Play Dough Activity
Make different power ups and details of Mario world using play dough. For younger children, hide different gems or stones inside a ball of play dough for them to find and pull apart. This is great for strengthening finger muscles.
Look for Mushrooms
Go outside and on a hunt for mushrooms. Not all mushrooms are meant for eating. You can press the mushrooms to paper to make spore prints.
Cardboard Box Mario Kart
Make a large Super Mario tube out of boxes. Paint it. Pretend you are Mario or Luigi going to a different place. Turn a large cardboard box or laundry basket into a Mario Kart. Pretend you are on a challenging course.
Lego Mario World
If you have a small Mario or Luigi character, design a world for it out of blocks. Add blocks to jump over, tubes to go down, and even thing to jump on or find.
Painters Tape Mario Kart Course
Use painters tape and make a Mario Kart course for your own small cars. Or design the course outside with sidewalk chalk.
Have a Mario snack. Cheese balls can be fire power. Rice Krispy Treat squares can be Super Mario blocks. Write question marks on them with frosting. Cut sandwiches into star shapes using a cookie cutter. So fun!
Luigi and Mario Dress Up
Dress up like your favorite Mario character. Wear overalls or jeans and make a Mario hat and mustache out of construction paper.
More Mario Printable Activities
I Spy Mario Printable from Paper Trail Design
Mario Cootie Catcher from Rock Your Homeschool
Super Mario Color by Number from TotSchooling
Super Mario Brothers Crafts
Make a Mario Tube from Fab Everyday
Toilet Paper Tube Mario and Luigi from Artsy Craftsy Mom
Paper Plate Power Ups from All About Hope
Mushroom Origami from All for the Boys
Super Mario Garland from Miz Flurry
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Your child will make their own counting book and color the adorable pets and wonderful princess featured on its pages.