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Letter E – Elephant Alphabet Coloring Page

Let’s practice learning all about the letter E with this elephant alphabet coloring page! It’s a stampede of fun!

Letter E Elephant Alphabet Coloring Page

Let’s Color the Letter E – Elephant Alphabet Coloring Sheet

Learning the alphabet doesn’t have to be boring and dull! Just ask anyone who colors one of our fun alphabet coloring pages! Coloring a letter and an animal-related to it helps kids remember the sound the letter makes, as well as things that begin with that letter. In this case, we’re all about the letter E! An elephant is the perfect animal to help kids remember what sound E makes!

How to Use the Letter E – Elephant Alphabet Coloring Page

There are a lot of ways to use the letter E – elephant alphabet coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:

  • Use the elephant coloring page when learning all about elephants! Check out these fun facts about elephants!
  • Use the letter E page as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for your animal-themed alphabet book!
  • Watch a zoo cam with elephants and then color this coloring sheet!
  • Heading to the zoo for a field trip? Color this letter E – elephant coloring page on the ride there.
  • Make it a writing prompt! Ask kids what this elephant does every day. They might come up with something serious, something funny, or something in between.
Free Letter E - Elephant Coloring Page

What to Use with This Coloring Page

An elephant can weigh about 14,000 pounds (that’s about 7 tons!) but thankfully your crayons, markers, colored pencils, and pens weigh a whole lot less! That means that no matter what colors you choose, your elephant can be colored with creativity that won’t weigh him down!

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 letter E – elephant coloring sheet.

  1. Crayons – Crayons are a great go-to for coloring any coloring page. They give you so many options and there’s no limit to your creativity! Want a pink elephant with red polka dots? There are crayons for that!
  2. Markers – Markers work best on cardstock and are a great option for this alphabet coloring sheet.

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