Younger children will enjoy matching up the colours and numbers on this lovely whale colour by number puzzle.
The kids can have a go at colouring in this fun starfish picture with the help of the number key. It's a little trickier than some of our other colour by number activities with 8 different colours to use, so we've included the finished picture as a guide if they need it.
This cheerful shark colour by number is a little trickier than most of our colour by number pages, with more detail to colour in. We've suggested 2 colours of blue to give depth to the sea.
Did you know that seahorses change colour to mimic their surroundings when they hide from predators? Use our key to find out the correct colour for the seahorse on this lovely colour by number activity.
Did you know that an octopus can change colour to blend in with its surroundings or even as a way to communicate with other octopuses? The children can use the number key to find out the colour of the octopus (and the other parts of the picture too) on this colour-by-number activity.
This jellyfish colour-by-number activity asks the children to use 8 different colours to complete a beautiful under-the-sea themed picture.
Print this fabulous fish colour by number sheet for the kids. There are eight numbers and colours to fill in for a fantastic under-the-sea picture!
This lovely fish colour-by-number activity is perfect for encouraging calm and concentration. The kids need to use the number key to complete the picture (we've included a pre-coloured version as a guide if they need it).
There are lots of details to colour in on this fish colour-by-number page, including some bright coral and a very cute fish! The kids need to use the number key to create a beautiful image they can be proud of...
Colour in this fish colour-by-number printable, matching the colours you use to the numbers in the chart on the page. We've included a ready-coloured version as a guide if you need extra help.
If the children follow the number key carefully to colour in each section on this fish colour-by-number activity they will end up with a beautiful underwater scene.
This dolphin colour-by-number printable is a lovely relaxing activity for the kids. There are eight colours to match on the picture using the number key provided.
Here's a picture of a cheeky crab for the kids to colour in, matching the colours they use to the numbers on the chart. We've included a ready-coloured version to check their finished picture against.
There are two versions of this cute whale colouring page included in this printable, one with the word 'whale' ready printed and the other with the word in dots so the children can go over it themselves and practise their writing once they've coloured the picture.
Did you know that the most common colour for starfish is orange, but they also come in a rainbow of other colours including blue, red, purple, pink and brown? Which colour will you choose for the starfish on this colouring page?
Colour in a picture of one of the ocean's most peculiar creatures, the starfish! There's also an option to practise writing the word 'starfish' over the dotted lines.
Did you know that seahorses are often yellow, orange, pink, or grey, but they can also change color to blend in with their surroundings? You can choose any colours you like for this fun seahorse colouring page!