More and more sloths are coming over to fill our page with calmness! Relax and unwind with this Napping Sloth Coloring Sheet.
Let’s Color the Napping Sloth Coloring Sheet
Sloths, sloths everywhere! Yay! Do you already have your favorite sloth coloring page yet? We love sloths because they remind us to take things one second at a time. Plus, you can’t say sloth without smiling. Coloring pages provide opportunities for creativity, reflection, and good conversations. This napping sloth coloring sheet is no exception.
How to Use the Napping Sloth Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use the napping sloth coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:
- Use this napping sloth sheet as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letter S as in sloth or sleep.
- Use the napping sloth coloring sheet to keep the kids busy and distracted while in a waiting room.
- Make a mobile project with lots of rainforest animals out of this coloring page and some of the other coloring sheets! We recommend printing the pages out on cardstock if you’re going to do this because it will hold up better.
- Have a sloth art exhibit. Kids can choose any of our sloth coloring pages and color the one one they choose however they want.
- Writing prompt! Make a list of things that you’re grateful for.
- Play some relaxing forest sounds and clear your mind while coloring this adorable sloth.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
Chances are that, by now, you already have in mind how you want your sloth to look like. Will you go delicate and simple or adventurous and crazy? Any way you go, we’re sure it’ll look amazing! There’s no right or wrong way of coloring your napping sheet.
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 napping sloth sheet.
- Crayons – Good old-fashioned crayons were our go-to when coloring this napping sloth coloring page. We like the quality brands vs. the ones with low pigment. But, any crayon will do, so go ahead and color with what you have.
- Alternative medium – Spaghetti, yarn, dried leaves, sand… extra fun and extra sensorial! Plus, it goes well with all conventional coloring tools.