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Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Page

This adorable flamingo loves looking at the flowers from up close! Have lots of fun decorating this Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Sheet.

Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Page

Let’s Color the Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Sheet

More and more flamingos are flocking our page! Do you already have your favorite flamingo coloring page yet? We love flamingos because they remind us of all the fun things we can do in the summer. Adult flamingos are elegant and silly-looking, and baby flamingos are called flaminglets. Flaminglets! You can’t say that without smiling.

How to Use the Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Page

There are a lot of ways to use the Flamingo Leaning Over coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:

  • Use this flamingo coloring sheet as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letter F and can be added to your alphabet coloring fun.
  • Use the flamingo leaning over coloring sheet to keep the kids busy and distracted while in a waiting room.
  • Have kids color their flamingo sheet as part of a unit study about tropical birds… or flowers, or insects, whatever this feathery fella is looking at.
  • Have a flamingo art exhibit. Kids can choose any of our flamingo coloring pages and color the one one they choose however they want.
  • Make a collage and add a cool background, too!
  • Print it out on cardstock and make it a simple diorama.
Free Flamingo Leaning Over Coloring Page

What to Use with This Coloring Page

While flamingos are traditionally pink, yours doesn’t have to be. Don’t be afraid to make your flamingo leaning over coloring sheet stand out and reflect your personality. It can be any color you want – there’s no right or wrong way to color it!

While we encourage you to use the coloring tools you like best, here are some of our favorites and those we used to color in our own flamingo leaning over coloring sheet.

  1. Watercolors – We love using watercolors with this one! Simply print the page out on heavy cardstock and break out the paints. You might even try watercolor pencils – they are awesome!
  2. Colored Pencils – We used sharp colored pencils with this page because we wanted to do the outline first and then color in.

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