This delightful under-the-sea themed circles colouring page is a puzzle too, as children can count the circles as they colour. How many will they find?
Sea Creature Colouring Pages
Explore our growing collection of sea creature colouring pages - an excuse to put the bright colours to work on those tropical fish! More coming soon...
Here's a funny scene of a crab at the bottom of the sea - he looks like he's ready to eat! Grab some crayons and colour in his picture...
This lovely dolphin looks as if he is in mid-leap! Colouring in his lovely smile might put a smile on your child's face, we hope.
We've got three variations of this dolphin dot to dot to print. The first uses the numbers 1-26. The second uses lower case alphabet. And the third uses upper case alphabet. Whichever you choose, we hope the kids enjoy it!
Children can trace the outlines of this lovely dolphin, then colour him in. Great for practising pencil control!
Dolphins are so popular! Maybe it's their friendly nature, or the amazing things they can do? Kids can colour this beautifully illustrated card which shows two dolphins frolicking in the ocean. Anyone would be delighted to receive it!
Kids will love colouring this page showing two dolphins having a great time in the ocean. Get creative colouring the sea in as many greens and blues as you can find!
Our Doodle Pattern Tiles encourage children to get really creative with their patterns and designs! Here are two more tiles, featuring a simple bat outline and a rather lovely fish.
Here's another cute coloruing page from the movie Finding Dory, featuring favourite characters from Dory's underwater world for the kids to colour in.
There's something about this fish that just makes me want to colour him in with my brightest colours, cut him out and paste him up on the wall in the family bathroom! Hopefully he will inspire some creativity in your house or classroom too!
This lovely fish looks like he knows exactly where he's going! Colour him gold and use him for Chinese New Year displays, or colour him any colour that appeals!
A home coloured card is something a bit special and this lovely fish doodle colour pop colouring card is sure to be well received.
The bubbly sea background is done for you on our tropical fish doodle colour pop colouring page so you can enjoy making the fish lovely and bright.
This detailed tropical fish doodle colouring card is sure to delight nature lovers, you can really let your imagination go with with the colours.
You can enjoy going to town with bright colours for the tropical fish on this beautifly detailed fish doodle colouring page.
Colour in this lovely fish - but first solve some simple sums to find the right colours! A great way to make maths fun, I'm sure you'll agree...
This fish scene colouring card would be a lovely thank you for someone who has looked after your aquarium while you were on holiday.
Schools of fish swim under the sea waiting to be coloured in bright colours in our fish scene colouring page.
Our jellyfish colouring page is sure to delight younger children. I think it would look especially good done with glittery or sparkly pens or crayons.
Receiving a personally coloured card is a delight and tour jellyfish scene colouring card with it's happy jellyfish is sure to bring a smile to the face of any one lucky enough to receive one.
Our jellyfish scene colouring page features a very jolly looking bunch of jellyfish. Get out the crayons and have fun colouring these cheerful sea creatures.
Here's a colouring card that's unique and lots of fun! Print out our lobster scene onto some card, colour in then fold in half to make your card.
Did you know that around one out of every two million lobsters are blue, and a yellow lobster is only seen once in every million lobsters? The chance of seeing a white lobster (the rarest colour) is only one in 100 million!
Cute isn't a word you normally associate with manatees but I think applies to this lovely picture of an adult and child. One for children to colour for an adult who cares for them perhaps?
Manatees are sometimes known as sea cows. Our manatees scene colouring page has a lovely parent and chiild scene to colour.
O is for Octopus on this colouring page. If you need some inspiration on which colours to use, have a look at the matching colour poster!
This lovely octopus sits against a bubbly underground background so that he "pops" out of the page for the kids to colour in.
Colouring is a great activity to help young children practise their pencil control and our cute octopus colouring page is sure to make colouring fun.
I'm sure anyone would be happy to receive this lovely octopus scene colouring card - and that the kids will enjoy colouring it in and giving it!
There is so much lovely detail to colour in this octopus scene colouring page - not to mention two quirky octopuses! We hope the kids enjoy it...
Our intrepid children are exploring the underwater world in this fun scuba diving colouring page! There's lots of detail for kids to colour in....
Seeing the sea lions being fed at the zoo is one of my favourite childhood memories. Now if you can't go and see them you can colour one with our sea lion colouring page.
This sea lions scene colouring card is perfect for a child to colour for an older sibling, a parent or grandparent, or perhaps an older friend.
Our lovely sea turtle colouring page has a shell that you could colour in different colours. Coloured in and cut out they would make a lovely display, each unique.
Here's a fun card for the kids to colour and give to a special friend or family member, featuring two grinning sea turtles under the ocean!
Colour in this lovely underwater scene featuring two funny sea turtles, with big smiles on their faces!
Our pretty seahourse colouring page is sure to encourage children of all ages to reach for the colouring pencils. Scroll down to see a lovely idea for combining colouring and collage using this page...
I love the richness of the blue background on our seahorse doodle colour pop colouring card. This colouring card will be as enjoyable to colour as it is to receive.
Two beautiful seahorses stand out to colour against a striking blue background on our seahorse doodle colour pop colouring page.
There is a lot of work to go into this beautiful seahorse doodle colouring card, any one receiving one will be sure to treasure it.
This beautifully detailed seahorse doodle colouring page will delight older children and adults. The soothing combination of colouring and the sea can not fail to produce a feeling of calm.
This seahorses scene colouring card would make a lovely card for a child to give a parent or an older friend - especially if they colour in all the little details carefully.
I love this colouring page, of two funny seahorses having a little conversation in an underwater scene! I hope the kids enjoy colouring it in.
Perhaps someone you know has taken you to see some seals at a zoo or sea life centre? You can colour in this card and send it to them to say thanks!
I love how the seal looks like he's waving on this fun colouring page! Colour him in along with his friend...
Kids can colour in our underwater shark scene to make an original card to give to a shark-lover, or a scuba-diver, or anyone who likes the undersea world.
This fun colouring page of an underwater scene with sharks has lots of detail for the kids to colour in - including a shipwreck!
This starfish colouring page is perfect for younger children, who will enjoy colouring in the smiley starfish. Why not cut it out and put it on display?
I love this cheerful whale colouring page, and I hope that the kids do too! It's got nice simple outlines so is perfect for younger children.
This lovely whale is jumping for joy - and he's perfect for younger children to colour in lovely bright colours!
Colour in this fun picture of two cheerful whales frolicking in the ocean, then fold in half for a really original card that they are sure to appreciate! If you need something quicker we have a pre-coloured version, too.
Here's a delightful colouring page to print for the kids, showing two cheerful whales enjoying their ocean!