Our Baby Shark Coloring Pages are probably the most requested download that we get from readers here at Kids Activities Blog. We have now fully embraced the Baby Shark viral sensation, and our vast collection of Baby Shark coloring pages for kids of all ages will have everyone singing…
…and doing the Baby Shark dance.
Free Baby Shark Coloring Pages
The Baby Shark song is well-loved by children, parents, and teachers everywhere. With images of Baby Shark, his family members, and his sea animals friends to color, kids won’t be able to get enough of this silly family of sharks.
Kids can create their Baby Shark artwork with crayons, color pencils, markers, or whatever supplies you have at home.
The cute patterns are easy coloring activities since the Baby Shark shapes are simple with wide open spaces that kids can add simple touches and customize these new images.
4 Baby Shark Coloring Pages to Download & Print for Free
There are four different designs in our Baby Shark coloring book featuring the shark family characters:
- Baby Shark
- Mommy Shark
- Daddy Shark
- Grandpa Shark & Grandma Shark
Download Baby Shark Coloring Sheets PDF Files Here
For best results, print the Baby Shark drawings on regular sheets of 8.5 x 11 inch paper and let their imaginations go while they practice fine motor skills.
Download these printable fun coloring pages by clicking the button above.
More Baby Shark Coloring Sheet Fun
The fun coloring activities continue with Baby Shark coloring book to let your kids have a blast with their favorite shark friends.
More Baby Shark Coloring Pages to Download & Print
- Baby Shark Valentines Coloring Pages
- Super cute Baby Shark doodle coloring page
- Baby Shark Christmas Coloring Pages
- Baby Shark Halloween Coloring Pages
- Baby Shark Design Coloring Pages
- Baby Shark Summer Coloring Pages
- Baby Shark Color by Number Pages
And even more and more and more coloring pages for kids.
Baby Shark Craft for Kids with Baby Shark Coloring Pages
Use your Baby Shark coloring pages for an even cuter craft. Just cut out your favorite Baby Shark characters from the coloring pages and glue them onto a clothespin to make sharks.
Throw some pom-poms on the table for a fun color sorting activity for preschoolers.
Make it more challenging by pretending the pom-poms are fish and have your children try to see how many fish they can catch.
More Free Baby Shark Printables from Kids Activities Blog
- How to Draw Baby Shark printable tutorial for kids…before you know they will be making their own Baby Shark drawings!
- Baby Shark jigsaw puzzle fun – just download, print, cut & assemble!
- Printable Baby Shark Mazes
- Baby Shark hidden pictures puzzle
- Check out our Baby Shark printable pumpkin stencils
- Baby Shark preschool addition worksheets
- Baby Shark preschool subtraction worksheets
- Baby Shark Counting Worksheets
- Baby Shark matching worksheet
- Baby Shark sight words worksheet
Baby Shark Books & Baby Shark Toys
- Grab the Pinkfong Baby Shark coloring book
- Let’s dress up in a Baby shark costume
- Sensory activities & baby shark slime are fun & help them explore different textures.
- Bath time and pool time fun with this baby shark alive doll.
- Try these baby shark fingerlings or baby shark puppets.
- Love this baby shark play tent — it will entertain your kids for hours.
- Shark crafts are a fun way to engage a bunch of kids at a birthday party.
Baby Shark Facts For Kids
- Baby sharks are called pups.
- Pups must survive on their own from birth.
- Little sharks come into this world in many different ways. Some come from eggs like birds, some are hatched in eggs inside the momma shark and they are born, and in some species, baby sharks grow inside the momma shark, like humans, and they are born.
- In whichever way they are born, the baby sharks swim away from momma shark as fast as they can because big sharks can see them as prey! Many baby sharks do not survive their first year as they are eaten by big sharks.
- Sharks do not have any bones. They have a skeleton made of cartilage – the flexible connective tissue similar to what our external ears and nose are made of.
- Shark’s teeth are not very strong and are usually replaced every eight days. Some species of sharks shed about 30,000 to 40,000 teeth in their lifetime!
Which of the Baby Shark coloring pages did your child want to print first? Did you make the Baby Shark craft with the Baby Shark coloring page?