Do your children love to color? If so, these shark color by number printables are a great summer activity for them to do!
We’ve made several fun color by number worksheets for kids because they’re so simple to use, no-prep, and help kids with fine motor skills.
These printables are great for doing at home with the kiddos or in the classroom for independent time.
Color By Number Sharks
To get started all you need are a few supplies:
- White paper
- Crayons or markers
- Access to a printer
Just print these worksheets out and let your children begin!
If you’re using these printables with children who can’t read, all you need to do is color each of the crayons at the bottom for them to see.
Inside this pack, you’ll get 7 pages of shark printables, each with a different look.
To keep these coloring pages interesting, we made each shark colorful! There’s a red, 2 green, purple, pink, orange, and yellow shark.
To try out a sample page, be sure to enter your email in the form at the end of this post.
More Shark Activities For Kids
Interested in making a shark themed unit for the kids to do? We’ve got lots of ideas to get you started!
Whenever we begin a new unit, we always start with books. They’re a great way to introduce a topic and it’s great for children’s vocabulary and reading skills! Below are some of the most popular shark books for kids. Borrow them from your local library or add them to your home collection.
Shark Lady – This children’s book is based upon the true story of Eugenie Clark, aka, The Shark Lady. Learn about her love of sharks, her discoveries, and the inspiring message of going after what you want in life.
So Cool! Sharks – Children who want to learn a little about sharks will love this book. It’s geared towards children aged 3-5, so there’s not too much info to overwhelm them.
Clark the Shark – This is a fun children’s book that has an engaging storyline and rhyming elements. It’s also great for talking to kids about impulse control and their behavior.
Want some more ocean themed educational activities? Try out this ocean activities bundle!
Of course we always add crafts to everything we do!
This shark headband craft is so cute and it has a craft version or a color in version for kids too young to craft by themselves.
Another option is this shark craft for kids. It’s simple and comes with a printable template.
For an educational aspect, add in these free printable shark worksheets.
Don’t forget about sensory play! This shark play dough kit or this ocean sensory bin are both great options to do when you are short on time.