Are your kids ready for a colorful under the water adventure? Print out these printable whale coloring pages, grab a pack of crayons and let your kids color their way through many of these wonderful designs. The set has 30 different coloring sheets, many of them available for free!
Printable Whale Coloring Pages
We have a bunch of whale coloring pages for your kids to color, from super simple ones to those with more details the older kids will enjoy more.
After they’re done coloring the whales, they can try out their skills and learn how to draw a whale on their own, following our guided tutorial.
Free Printable Whale Coloring Pages
Get your kids ready and put their coloring supplies to work, because we’ve prepared 10 whale coloring pages you can print for free. The whole collection includes 30 different coloring pages, and you can access all of them if you are a by becoming our member.
Biggest Ocean Animal
Starting off our collection of whale coloring pages, we have this big under the sea mammal. There are many big spaces to color as well as some details, making this one perfect for kids in kindergarten.
Whale and Corals Coloring Sheet
Dive deep into the sea with this one. When your kids are done coloring the whale, they can color in the ocean as well.
Swimming with Fish
What would whales do without friends? This one is swimming with a bunch of lovely fish. Color them all.
Ocean Floor Exploring
This is another wonderful under-the-water design where this big mammal is diving deep into the sea to admire (or eat?) the algae growing on the seabed.
Whale and Hearts Coloring Page
Nothing is more magical than a whale in love, and this one certainly is. We think this one would look great if colored with pink hues, but ultimately your child is the one that will pick the right colors. There are lots of hearts and bubbles to color too.
Whale and Coral Reef Coloring Sheet
Coral reefs are amazing, and this whale agrees. There are so many colors you can use to color them.
If you are looking for a simple whale coloring page for younger kids, this one is just right. Most of it has big spaces to color and thick lines. This one is great to color with crayons.
Whale Swimming Coloring Sheet
Bring out your favorite markers and color this happy whale. The waves can be colored with different shades of blue, the whale with whichever color your kids want, the stars yellow or white, and don’t forget about the night sky as well. The finished page will look amazing.
Big Whale Coloring Page
This big whale is more realistic looking, so it’s perfect to compliment your whale or ocean animals unit study.
Sleepy Whale Coloring Page
Here we have another realistic whale coloring page. There this grand sea mammal is swimming above a wonderful coral reef.
Exclusive Member Whale Coloring Pages
Want to color some more whales? If you’re already a member, you can color the whole collection of 30 whale coloring pages from our membership library. We prepared the previews of the rest of the collection seen below.
Whale Coloring Page
This simple design is suited for younger kids. It’s great for toddlers and kids for preschool that love to color with crayons.
If you want to teach your young ones about whales and want a more realistic look, this is perfect. It features easy-to-color spaces and a magnificent blue whale.
Three Whales Coloring Sheet
The more, the merrier. This one features three animals to color.
Killer Whale Coloring Page
While Orcas are dolphins, we included a few of them in this bunch since they also go by the name killer whale. This makes for a great opportunity to teach your kids about these magnificent mammals.
Whales Coloring Page
Another fun design featuring two different species, a wonderful learning opportunity as well as a fun coloring adventure.
Sleepy Ocean Giant
We’ve got another super simple whale coloring page for younger kids here, with the sweetest design possible. This one looks like it’s daydreaming. Maybe it is thinking about how wonderful it would look in pink. Let your kids use their imagination when picking out the colors to color this one.
Realistic Whale Coloring Pages
The sea background on this one can be colored with many different shades of blue, which will make this image really pop. There are also many colors and shades of the same color your kids can choose to color the whale. Let them use their imagination. There are no rules when it comes to coloring pages.
Jumping out of Water
This happy whale is jumping out of the water, and he is having the time of his life. This is another design where your kids can use various blue colors to color the sea and the sky. Make sure you have a bunch of blue crayons at hand.
Who said stars and whales don’t match? No one. A simple design that is fun to color. Your kids can stick to coloring just the objects, or they can also create their own dreamy background.
Happy looking and easy to color! That’s what this one is all about—a simple whale as well as a couple of simple corals. We think your kindergarteners or preschoolers are going to love this one. Who doesn’t love a whale with a smile?
Whale and Island Coloring Page
Surfin on the water on a sunny day. This whale really knows how to enjoy itself! A fun design to color that also features a shiny sun and an island with palm trees.
Killer Whales Coloring Sheet
A duo of killer whales (dolphins) swimming in the sea, both really easy to color, making this one perfect for young learners. All the spaces are big enough to color in with crayons easily.
This whale coloring page is great for younger kids who also like a little challenge. The whale has nice big easy to color spaces, while the background offers more challenging details to color in.
If your kids love to use many different colors when coloring their coloring pages, we think they will love this design. The sea is made out of different areas to color, and they absolutely don’t need to all be blue. Many bubbles can be colored in, and the whale itself has many details. If your kids will use different colors and stay away from the blue, this design can look dreamy.
Another one with many details that your kids will enjoy coloring in. Offer your kids various crayons, markers, or pencil colors and let their imagination run wild.
Whale Sprinkling Water
This simple whale coloring page is best suited for younger kids (toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten). There are no small spaces to color, so coloring this one with crayons won’t be all that hard.
Bring out the whole collection of your kid’s crayons, markers, or coloring pens, and let your kids color this one with all the colors of the rainbow. No rule states the sea should be blue or the whale in the shades of blue, gray, green, and brown. Why not make this one a rainbow whale.
Whale Gathering Coloring Page
If you are teaching your kids about these animals in the winter, why not give them a themed coloring sheet? This one features 3 animals as well as 3 snowflakes.
Coral Reef and Orca
Another member of the dolphin family made their way into our collection.
Enjoying the Ocean
Last but not least, we have this one surrounded by a bunch of fish friends. The whale is easy to color as it has nice big spaces to color, while the fish will require a bit more skills.