On this page, you will find 15 all new Jellyfish coloring pages that are completely free to print and download.
Jellyfish are some of the most relaxing creatures to behold in the animal kingdom as they’re always gently floating around slowly and generally taking it easy.
They also come in a wide variety of colors and types, with some even glowing in the dark and changing colors!
That means that you can use all manner of your favorite colors on these free jellyfish coloring pages for kids. These jellyfish printables would also be great to try out some water color paints on for a softer look.
These jellyfish coloring sheets are perfect for some underwater fun and a chance to use lots of cooler colors on these peaceful creatures. Or you could keep it bright, bold and luminescent for these jellyfish.
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15 Brand New Jellyfish Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Our first jellyfish coloring page shows a cute jellyfish having a great time under the sea. As well as the jellyfish itself, there are also some great background details for you to get creative with.
It would look really great to use distinct, vibrant colors for each individual background detail to compliment the colors of the jellyfish.
This is a fun and easy Jellyfish coloring page for kids who love jellyfish. This simple yet adorable jellyfish has a round bell and flowy tentacles perfect for decorating with your favorite colors.
You can use any colors you like to make this jellyfish look cute and adorable. Try using watercolor paints to create a soft and transparent effect.
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It’s another bubbly underwater scene in this second jellyfish coloring sheet.
If I were to color this in, I would use a combination of bright and more muted pinks for the jellyfish, and then have the colors reflect on the edges of the bubbles surrounding it.
What colors will you pick for this jellyfish printable?
After some really cute little jellyfish in the previous jellyfish printables, we have a more realistic one for our third image. This jellyfish is also hanging out having a relaxing day under the sea.
The more realistic style gives you a chance to use more subtle colors for this jellyfish coloring page, but you also could use some colored pens to add some luminous details, as many jellyfish do have bright glow in the dark patterns on them and that would be a great way to show off that cool feature with color.
Here’s another majestic fringed jellyfish for you to bring to life with your crayons.
The elaborate design features a spotted bell and long, flowing tentacles hanging below the bell, almost looking like long hair drifting in the currents.
Mix and blend vibrant hues to match the real translucent colors of these deep-sea wonders. You can use different shades of blue, from light to deep ocean blue to color the jellyfish’s body.
You may also give it a friendly face and make it sparkle.
There’s more bubbly fun to be had with another cute jellyfish under the sea.
If you have some acrylic or watercolor paints why not try to use those on this jellyfish coloring page to give a different look to the colors from crayons or pencils?
Did you know that a group of jellyfish can be called a “smack” of jellyfish? Well, that’s just what we have for our next jellyfish coloring sheet for kids!
This group of jellyfish would be great to get bold with colors. Maybe you could try to have each jellyfish be a unique color scheme to really make this image pop!
This jellyfish is a cute and friendly one, with big eyes and a smile on its face. It has a round bell that almost looks like a helmet. The bell also has spots on it, like a polka dot dress.
Its long tentacles are wavy and curly, like ribbons or streamers. We would suggest using your brightest colors when you color this jellyfish.
Give him a fun pattern to make him sparkle. You can also add a mouth and a friendly smile on his face.
In our sixth jellyfish coloring page we have more jellyfish hanging out and having a good time. I wonder what they would have to talk about if they could?
Will you make these three jellyfish have a similar color scheme, maybe suggesting they’re a family, or will you give each on it’s own unique color?
We can’t wait to see what you decide!
There’s a slightly busier background to this jellyfish coloring sheet.
Looking at this image, my thought is to have the jellyfish be a lighter color, maybe a nice pink, and then have the colors of the background be dark and vibrant to create a strong color contrast.
I bet that this jellyfish printable would look great with so much color variety!
This smiling jellyfish has large, cheerful eyes and a big grin spread across its round, spotted bell.
Just look at its fluffy cheeks, I bet they’ll be fun to touch. Its long, flowing tentacles curl and wave underneath it in a playful manner.
Its bell and wispy tentacles are ready for you to color with your best pinks, greens, oranges or rainbow patterns. You can make this happy jellyfish by adding shimmering water sparkle around it.
The water in the background of this free jellyfish coloring page is segmented for different colors.
You could use different shades of blues and greens, or you could mix in some oranges and yellows with your blues to suggest the sunlight of dawn or dusk filtering down beneath the water’s surface.
We have another adorable jellyfish entourage for this jellyfish printable. Instead of keeping the background to a water blue, maybe you could make it something unexpected like a nice bright red to make the jellyfish really stand out.
With the solid background and some bright colors for the jellyfish, I bet this will be a jellyfish coloring sheet that will really catch people’s attention when they see it!
The last in our series of free jellyfish coloring pages for kids has one more cute jellyfish under the sea.
There’s some coral and seaweed beneath him, and in real life both coral and seaweed can come in some of the brightest and most vibrant colors you’ll see in nature.
Maybe you could color them in with some bright colored pens and add dots and other little shapes to give them a more textured look to finish off this jellyfish coloring sheet.
This jellyfish is a realistic and well-detailed one, with a large head and seven tentacles hanging from its bell. It has two large spots on its head, which are called ocelli.
These are light-sensitive organs that help the jellyfish sense changes in light and direction.
This jellyfish looks cute with those little eyes. When coloring, avoid using colors that will change its look.
For me, I would also add some shading or highlights to make it look more three-dimensional. This is an amazing and fascinating creature of the sea.
Jellyfish Coloring Pages – Which will you choose?
We really hope you had a great time diving underwater and coloring in these free jellyfish coloring pages!
Remember, all of our coloring pages and goodies are always completely free for you to print out, enjoy and share with your friends.
That means you can print out a few of your favorite jellyfish printables to try out colors and mediums you didn’t get to use the first time around. It’s always fun to experiment and try out new things with coloring!
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