Dive into an ocean of fun with these 24 Baby Shark coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Baby Shark, with its unforgettable tune (which I’m sure many parents can attest to) and adorable characters, has captured the hearts of children worldwide, making it an excellent choice for coloring!
Included below are various illustrations focusing on Baby Shark and its lovable family, such as Mommy Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandma Shark, and Grandpa Shark! Whether in the classroom or during a pitstop on a road trip (playing Baby Shark, of course), these printables are sure to provide tons of fun!
To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Baby Shark Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Nursery Décor
If you have a little one coming or want to redecorate the nursery, kids’ room, or playroom, you can use my Baby Shark pictures to do it inexpensively.
You could simply color in the pictures, frame them and hang them in a grouping to create a gallery wall.
Or you could color in and cut out individual characters and hang them using an embroidery hoop to make a sweet mobile for hanging over the crib.
These are just a few examples; you can look online for more ideas and inspo!
9. Colorful Teeth Baby Sharks
To make this craft, you will need construction paper, cut into little pieces shaped roughly like candy corn, small enough to fit on top of the Baby Shark teeth.
You’ll have your kids color in the illustrations and then, using Elmer’s glue or rubber cement, have them glue on the construction paper bits over the teeth of the sharks.
They can use multiple colors or all the same colors or different varieties of the same color family – it’s all good!
8. Baby Shark TP Roll Crafts
To make a stand-up Baby Shark figure, you will need toilet paper rolls and glue.
First, you will print off Baby Shark pictures like Easy Brooklyn Baby Shark or Kawaii Coloring Sheet Of Shadow Shark – anything where the figures are large and complete.
Have your kids color them in and cut them out, then they’re going to wrap the cutouts around the TP rolls.
It’s okay if the cutouts are taller than the TP rolls! Glue or tape both sides down (it’s also okay if the two sides don’t meet).
7. Greeting Cards
My Baby Shark pictures are perfect for using as Birthday, Christmas, or even Halloween greeting cards; all you have to do is a little magic on the computer.
Copy and paste the illustration you want to use into a word processor document.
You can turn the orientation of the page to landscape and resize/center the picture on the right-hand side, or you can place it in the upper-left quadrant, a fourth of the size.
If the latter, you will also turn the picture upside down; this seems crazy, but once you print it out and fold it over (short end to short end), it will turn itself right-side up.
Then you just have to fold it again, short side to short side, and your picture is on the front page!
6. Play Figures
You can turn my Baby Shark pictures into play figures (or paper dolls) that will delight your little ones and keep them occupied as they flex their imaginations.
Have your kids color in and cut out the Baby Shark figures they want to use, and then place them against cardstock or construction paper.
They’ll outline the shapes and then cut out those outlines.
Finally, they’ll paste the two pieces together to create one durable play figure.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon with nothing to do and bored kids, get them together to create Baby Shark dioramas.
You’ll need cardboard boxes, construction paper, and tape or glue. Have your kids color in and cut out different Baby Shark figures, leaving a small tab of paper below each cut-out.
They’ll use that to fold under and glue down the cutouts onto the cardboard box (which will be turned onto its side so the opening faces outward).
They can use blue construction paper to create an ocean background or green to create seaweed that is growing upward from the ocean bed.
4. Open Mouth Sharks
For this craft, you will need two of each figure that you’re using, and you will want to use a Baby Shark character that is facing outward, straight-on.
Have your kids color in the picture, and then, on the second printout, have them just color in the lower jaw of the Baby Shark character.
They’ll then cut out the lower jaw and glue it over the existing jaw on the original picture.
The result is that the shark’s mouth can be opened or closed!
To make this craft, you will need two-inch wide strips of construction paper, looped and attached end-to-end to make the headband (you might need to use multiples).
Have your kids color in and cut just the upper part of the Baby Shark character of their choice, then paste that cut-out to the construction paper loop.
They can wear the Baby Shark crown and zip around your house, singing all the songs!
2. Moving Sharks Paper Plate Crafts
First, you’ll need to cut out a strip across the bottom of a paper plate, then have your kids color in the plate with different shades of blue.
Then, they’ll color in and cut out the Baby Shark figures they want to use and paste popsicle sticks to the backs.
They can then poke the characters through the strip-cut out, making them swim.
1. Under The Sea Paintings
Get your vinyl tablecloth or dropcloths ready; things are going to get messy!
Put an old T-shirt on your kid and sit them down at the kitchen table with my Baby Shark pictures and paints and paintbrushes.
They can paint the afternoon away; you could even create a makeshift easel out of a cardboard box so they don’t have to be staring down at the table.
Then proudly display their creation on the walls or fridge!