Ready to explore coral reefs with this friendly heart octopus? Print it out and color your own free heart octopus coloring and cutting page!
Let’s Color the Heart Octopus Coloring Sheet
Coloring and cutting practice combined… could it get any better? This heart octopus coloring page engages and entertains kids as they practice some of the essential early childhood skills. Isn’t it tenta-cool?
How to Use the Heart Octopus Coloring and Cutting Page
There are a lot of ways to use the heart octopus coloring and cutting page but here are some of our favorites:
- Use the heart octopus coloring sheet when studying ocean life besides fish.
- Use the heart octopus coloring page as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letter O.
- Make a mobile project with lots of ocean life animals out of this cutting practice page and some of the other under the sea pages! Have this heart octopus as your centerpiece! We recommend printing it out on cardstock if you’re going to do this because it will hold up better.
- Color and cut out the heart octopus coloring page to use as a part of a coral-reef mural.
- Set up a home puppet show with lots of our other ocean life animals. How about recreating Finding Nemo?
- This heart octopus is amazing at camouflaging. Why not give your kids a picture as a reference for them to paint their octopuses? See how good they can be at “camouflaging” their own octopus.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
As we mentioned, octopuses are illusion artists, so there are no limits on the way you can color this heart octopus page. This adorable octopus is up for a good camouflage! So, whatever your child has in mind, just go for it! There are endless options under the sea. You can color and decorate this heart octopus coloring page however you want!
While we encourage you to use the coloring tools that you like best, here are some of our favorites and the ones that we used to color in our own heart octopus coloring page.
- Crayons – We love using crayons with this one! You might even want to put your page on a textured surface to get fun effects. Cool, right?
- Watercolors – Watercolors and watercolor pencils are also a good option if you’d like to make it look like it’s underwater. Let the watercolor move around and see how it dries up in the coolest shapes!