Sea Turtle Coloring and Cutting Page
Grab your flippers! This cute sea turtle wants you to meet its friends! Print it out and color your own sea turtle coloring and cutting page!
Let’s Color the Sea Turtle Coloring Sheet
Coloring is fun; cutting out is fun… Coloring and cutting combined? It’s a blast! This sea turtle coloring page keeps kids engaged and entertained as they practice essential early childhood skills. It’s OK if they scribble on it or color out of the lines. It’s all part of the fun!
How to Use the Sea Turtle Coloring and Cutting Page
There are endless ways to use the sea turtle coloring and cutting page but here are some of our favorites:
- Use the sea turtle coloring sheet when studying ocean life besides fish. For example, did you know that sea turtles make sounds?
- Use the sea turtle coloring page as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letters S and T.
- Make it part of a coral reef project with other ocean life animals out of our under-the-sea pages!
- Color and cut out the sea turtle coloring page and make it an imaginary pet. Kids must take care of their pet sea turtle for a day.
- Present some fun facts about sea turtles and have kids use their cutouts to give turtle points to the coolest facts.
- Go vintage and read a Franklin the Turtle story. Have the sea turtle coloring and cutting page as a complementary practice afterward.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
The sky is the limit when it comes to decorating this sea turtle page. This lovely sea turtle can be pink or blue, shiny or three-dimensional! So, whatever your child has in mind, go for it! Make this cute sea turtle as unique as your child is.
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 sea turtle coloring page.
- Crayons – You can never go wrong with crayons! You might even want to put your page on a textured surface to get fun effects.
- Neon markers – They are a good option for highlighting edges and giving finishing touches. But, hey! A full neon artwork would look just as great!