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Narwhal Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you’ll discover 20 narwhal coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These magnificent marine animals are not only intriguing but make for fantastic subjects to color. Whether you’re a child or simply young at heart, you’re sure to find a design that captures your imagination.

This collection showcases a range of realistic and adorable depictions of these aquatic creatures, including arctic scenes, baby narwhals, realistic-looking narwhals, and even some unicorn-inspired illustrations! No matter your style, there’s a design waiting for you to bring it to life with color!

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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 Narwhal Coloring Pages

Few characters are as fun as Narwhal, and it’s not surprising that kids love to color these kinds of pages.

Here are some fantastic ways to use those finished pages!

1. Make a Unique Narwhal Ornament

Think “stained glass” for this fun and engaging craft. The key is to color Narwhal sort of like a paisley; the more color, the better!

Once the whale is colored, it should be cut out and laminated with extra shiny contact paper, and a small hole punched in its tail.

It can be hung as an ornament, and it will look very much like a stained glass paisley, but when you look closely, it’s Narwhal!

2. Narwhal in an Icehole

Start this adorable craft with a blue piece of construction paper, on which the youngster should draw waves with a black marker.

Near the page’s bottom, a hole should be cut, and its circumference decorated with white glitter to look like ice.

Once the Narwhal is colored, it should be cut from the page and threaded up through the hole as if it’s piercing the ice with its horn and emerging from the frigid water!

This makes cute wall art or a fun sign for a child’s bedroom door.

3. Narwhal in 3D

This easy craft can be completed in no time with an empty bathroom tissue cardboard and a few simple craft supplies.

Holding the cardboard laterally, a “V” should be cut into one end. This creates a perfect Narwhal tail. The cardboard should then be laminated with the coloring page. 

A Q-tip or small craft stick should be painted yellow and glued or stapled to the other end as the horn.

Add a wiggle eye on each side and two yellow fins made from construction paper for a perfect 3D Narwhal.

4. A Fun and Decorative Pencil Holder

Start this easy craft with an empty paper towel cardboard, cut down to about two-thirds of its original size.

Laminate the cardboard with the finished coloring page, ensuring the character’s face is at the top with the horn pointed up.

Embellish the Narwhal with wiggle eyes, puffy paint, and tape on paper fins made from construction paper.

You now have a cute pencil holder that can be used for a long time.

5. Study the Alphabet With Narwhal

This engaging classroom or at-home craft begins with each child cutting out a letter “N” from poster board. 

When the Narwhal character is colored and cut out, it should be glued to the center of the “N.”

A large wiggle eye should be placed just under the horn, and a smile drawn with black marker.

In the surrounding space around the cutout, the children can write down as many words as they can think of that begin with the letter “N” for a fun classroom activity.

6. Narwhal Desk Decorations

This easy craft can be completed individually or as a classroom activity. Each child needs two identical Narwhal coloring pages.

Once they are colored and cut out, they should be glued together with invisible glue at the head and tail.

When it’s dry, the bottom halves can be pulled slightly apart, and they’ll stand on their own for an adorable desk decoration.

For added fun, the youngsters can add puffy paint, wiggle eyes, and paper fins!

7. Make a Lifelike Narwhal

This cute craft begins with a styrofoam coffee cup and the finished coloring page.

The upside-down coffee cup should be painted blue or green and then laminated with the finished Narwhal page.

Large wiggle eyes are a must for this craft, which should be glued over the paper eyes.

A small hole should be made at the top for a purple pipe cleaner, which serves as Narwhal’s horn, and a broad smile can be drawn on with a black marker!

8. Swimming Along

For this adorable craft, use an ordinary paper plate, and color the bottom half dark blue for the ocean and the upper half light blue for the sky.

A big yellow pom-pom can be added for the sun. Once Narwhal is colored, it should be cut out and attached to a small craft stick.

Have the youngsters cut a slit in the “water” and thread the craft stick down through to the back. They can then use the craft stick to make the Narwhal “swim” along in the ocean.

9. A Whale of a Circle

This fun classroom activity is a big hit with all youngsters and is easy to complete.

Have the children color a large piece of poster board to resemble the ocean.

When each child has completed his or her coloring page, the characters should be cut out and glued or stapled together in a huge circle as if they are all holding hands.

Once this is attached to the “sea,” you have an entertaining classroom poster to display.

10. Design a Narwhal Crown

Narwhal crowns are fun and easy for any youngster to make. Ideally, two coloring pages should be used for this craft.

First, a long piece of cardboard should be fashioned into a circle that fits the child’s head, and craft paint or crayons can be used to decorate it.

Two Narwhal characters should be colored, cut out, and affixed to the crown’s center with their horns crisscrossing. 

This makes an adorable crown that can be preserved for a long time with just a few coats of acrylic spray.

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