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Killer Whale Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Dive into the ocean depths with these 20 killer whale coloring pages that are all free to download and print. With these sheets, you can experience the majesty of orcas, one of the ocean’s most intelligent and powerful predators, known for their striking black-and-white appearance.

From solitary orcas breaching the ocean surface to pods swimming in unison, each page offers a glimpse into the life of these magnificent creatures. Perfect for marine life enthusiasts or anyone fascinated by the underwater world, these sheets are sure to provide tons of fun!

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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 Orca Coloring Pages

Orca, the famous whale, is a big hit with all children.

If those finished Orca coloring pages have piled up, try these Interesting, inexpensive crafts.

1. Make a One-of-a-Kind Crown

Children of any age will absolutely love this craft. Begin by cutting a crown from a blue poster board, making sure the top is cut in a “wave.”

Next, reinforce the coloring page with thin cardboard and cut the Orca out.

Glue the cutout behind the crown as if Orca is jumping up from the waves.

All youngsters will enjoy wearing this larger-than-life Orca “crown” wherever they go.

2. Easy Paper Plate Craft

For this fun craft, cut Orca the Whale from the finished coloring page and laminate him to the back of an ordinary paper plate.

Using pipe cleaners and tufts of black tissue paper, embellish the tail so that it stretches out from the plate.

Then, using blue construction paper, have the youngsters trace and cut out a big splash of water, it can be simple or intricate.

Paste this behind the craft as if Orca is blowing water. Display this adorable craft anywhere.

3. A New Twist on Jonah and the Whale

If your youngster likes the story of Jonah and the whale, Orca coloring pages provide a way to turn this into a fun craft.

When the Orca is colored, the whale should be cut from the coloring page with its stomach hollowed out.

Glue it to a paper background, and then have the youngster draw people or other marine life inside Orca’s belly for a hilarious piece of artwork.

4. Make Beautiful Framable Art

If your youngster wants to make an artistic craft to display in a frame, Orca coloring pages are perfect.

When the whale is colored, the child should embellish it with shiny objects, such as craft gems, sequins, gold or silver puffy paint, and glitter.

Glue the cutout onto a piece of blue posterboard, and use black and white tissue paper to embellish the tail. Finally, add big, happy wiggle eyes and frame this fancy artwork.

5. Classroom Fun With Orca

This wonderful classroom craft is a terrific group activity and is educational as well as fun.

Give the youngsters a giant piece of kraft paper on which to draw ocean waves. 

Then, when their Orca whales are colored and cut out, they should be glued to the ocean in a fun pattern.

Each child should write a fact about whales next to his or her cutout, such as things about the whale’s anatomy, lifespan, or any other interesting facts.

Display this informative and decorative poster like a wall mural!

6. Orca Jumps High

Start this cute craft with an ordinary paper plate spray-painted blue. Next, have the youngsters cut dark blue and light blue strips from ordinary construction paper.

These should be trimmed into waves and glued across the bottom of the plate like a pocket. When Orca is colored and cut out, he should be glued to a craft stick.

When the craft stick is slid down behind the “waves,” the youngster can use it to make him “jump” from behind the water.

7. Under the Sea Poster

For this engaging craft, have the youngster color an underwater scene, including fish, plants, hermit crabs, or any other item desired, leaving an empty space in the middle. 

When Orca is colored and cut out, he should be glued to the poster’s center. 

Then, the youngster can cut text bubbles from ordinary white paper and give all the creatures, including Orca, some dialogue.

It can be serious, comical, informative, or anything the child wants the creatures to say!

8. Simple Paper Cup Craft

This easy craft is ideal for children of any age and begins with an ordinary styrofoam cup.

It should be turned upside down and spray-painted black or laminated with black construction paper.

When the Orca is colored and cut out, it should be glued to the front of the paper cup, and five or six blue pipe cleaners should be poked through the top.

Curl these down from the top like waves, add a black feather as a funny tail, and silly wiggle eyes to Orca’s face. Display this cute craft on a desk or bureau.

9. Laminate a Fishbowl

If your youngster has an aquarium or fish bowl that needs a facelift, Orca the Whale coloring pages can come to the rescue.

Have the youngster color as many as necessary to create a nice pattern on the bowl or tank, and attach these with invisible glue.

To make it extra fancy, embellish the cutouts with other craft items, such as glitter, buttons, metallic paint, or anything the youngster comes up with!

10. Whale Tail Fun

Have your little Orca fan make this cute table centerpiece from the finished coloring pages and a few additional items.

Give the youngster an old vase to laminate with cutouts from the Orca coloring pages. Then, have the child trace and cut whale tails from black construction paper.

Staple these to black pipe cleaners and place them in the vase like flowers. Bend them down around the rim of the vase for a hilarious centerpiece.

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