Feeling a little bit snappy? This lobster coloring and cutting page will help you cool down and relax!
Let’s Color the Lobster Coloring Sheet
A lobster may look anything but friendly, but this adorable lobster coloring and cutting sheet is the exception! He’s perfect for coloring and getting in some scissor cutting practice too. That’s a whole bunch of early childhood development practice all in one!
How to Use the Lobster Coloring and Cutting Page
There are a lot of ways to use the lobster coloring and cutting page but here are some of our favorites:
- Use the lobster coloring sheet when doing a unit study on ocean life. He definitely lives under the sea!
- Use the coloring page as part of your alphabet unit study. Lobster begins with the letter L and this page is perfect for coloring and adding to your alphabet notebook.
- Make a mobile of ocean life animals out of this cutting practice page and some of the other under the sea pages! We recommend printing it out on cardstock if you’re going to do this because it will hold up better.
- Color and cut it out to use as a picture on your notebook!
- Use it with a unit study on Maine or the East Coast of the United States where lobsters are renowned! You could even have a lobster tasting after coloring the page…although that may be a bit weird and uncomfortable for everyone!
What to Use with This Coloring Page
Use your imagination and color the lobster coloring and cutting with abandon! Your lobster can be purple. He could have polka dots. Maybe this lobster even has cute little flowers drawn all over his shell. Whatever you want to do to decorate this little guy is totally up to you!
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 lobster coloring page.
- Markers – We love using markers for this coloring sheet because regular crayons just don’t seem to give him the deep red we were looking for.
- Colored Pencils – Colored pencils are great for giving this lobster some shading and making his shell pop with color!