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Let’s Color the Letter V – Vulture Alphabet Coloring Sheet
Vultures are bald, in case you didn’t know. This is despite the fact that they are mostly white, with black tails and wingtips. Their heads and necks are hairless. But don’t feel bad about this bird. See the layers of feathers they have? Why not color them with different colors! Don’t worry if they’re bald, they can still rock without hair! Get ready to give this vulture is a makeover.
How to Use the Letter V – Vulture Alphabet Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use this alphabet coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:
- Use this when studying words that start with Letter V.
- Use this when studying the ecosystem where vultures play a grossly important role.
- Make your classroom wall more educational and interesting with our Alphabet collection. Complete the letters of the alphabet and post them on your classroom wall.
- Read on! Never get tired of discovering cool things about these fascinating creatures.
- Use it as a writing prompt. Ask the kids to complete a graphic organizer about this bird.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
Color outside the lines! Create your own masterpiece by painting, drawing, and coloring as much or little of this page as you want. Be creative with it – make this vulture dance with color or fly in black and white. Pay attention to details and finish your artwork. Remember, the best part of coloring this page is that there are no mistakes. You are in charge!
While we encourage you to use the coloring tools you like best, here are some of our favorites.
- Crayons – When coloring this coloring sheet, crayons are frequently the greatest option because they allow you to utilize so many different colors. What can be colored in any way has no bounds!
- Markers – Markers are great for adding vibrant color to your coloring pages, but be sure not to use them on any paper that you don’t want the marker ink seeping through.