3-2-1 Blastoff! Blast off to coloring fun that is with this free printable rocket ship coloring page! It’s perfect for your little astronauts!
Let’s Color the Rocket Ship Coloring Sheet
Elon Musk has nothing on this rocket ship! It’s the perfect way to celebrate your little one’s fascination with all things space. The rocket ship coloring page is open to interpretation so you can make it look (and feel if you use some texture materials!) like anything you want!
How to Use the Rocket Ship Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use the rocket ship coloring page but here are some of our favorites:
- Use the rocket ship coloring sheet when doing a unit study on space, transportation, or the solar system.
- Use the coloring page as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letter R and can be added to your alphabet coloring fun.
- The rocket ship coloring sheet can be used as a writing prompt! What is it flying toward? What is its mission? How many astronauts (or aliens if you’re into sci-fi) are aboard? So many questions!
- Color it while watching a SpaceX launch.
- Color it after reading a book about the solar system or stars. You might even want to use these free constellation cards to give your lesson an extra umph…
- Teachers – use this coloring sheet at the beginning of the year to create a bulletin board that says “We’re soaring to great heights!” or something like that. Easy peasy and you get to assess your students’ fine motor skills!
What to Use with This Coloring Page
We believe in rocket ship travel for all, so color your coloring sheet however you like! You might even want to print out a whole fleet of them and decorate your bedroom or schoolroom walls! However you do it, color the rocket ship however you like. There’s no right or wrong and we promise you that the rocket ship will be happy no matter how it gets colored.
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 rocket ship coloring page.
- Colored Pencils – It was colored pencils all the way when we made ours, baby. Not sure why, it just felt like that was what we wanted to color with.
- Crayons – Okay, so one team member (whose name shall not be mentioned) went rogue and colored with crayons. It turned out great, so use what you want to use.