Letter L is the twelfth letter of the modern English alphabet. These Letter L coloring pages are perfect for helping your children familiarize themselves with the shape of this letter and teach them words that start with L.
Print these free Letter L-inspired coloring sheets and help your child learn the shape and sound of this consonant!
15 Brand New Letter L Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Our first Letter L coloring page suggests probably the most beautiful word that starts with L, and that is love. This coloring sheet captures letter L filled with cute, small hearts that symbolize love.
This adorable Letter L coloring sheet will help your little one get familiar with this consonant’s shape and sound while having fun with colors.
There’s really no rule on how to color this page, and you can invite your children to use their favorite shades to color all these design details.
Your little ones can use shades of red or pink for the hearts, and they can also color the letter L using their favorite shade.
Log is another word that starts with the letter L. This coloring sheet features a large letter L next to a log. Can your little one say another word that begins with L?
This letter L coloring page features a number of design details that will encourage your children to get really creative with colors.
They can use shades of brown for the log, whatever shades they like for the letter L, and play with shades of green and blue for the grass and the sky.
Print this coloring sheet for your children and invite them to allow their imagination to run wild!
This letter L coloring page wants to teach you something new. He’s smiling wide with two thumbs up because learning is fun. His eyes are alert and focused, ready to share knowledge with you.
As you color this page, think about all the words that start with L. You can color the letter with your favorite bright colors like lemon yellow or lime green.
The blank lines below are perfect for practicing writing capital and lowercase L’s. Learning the shape and sound of L will help your kids read and write.
Lizard starts with L! This coloring sheet can teach your child another word that begins with the letter L.
Our next Letter L coloring page features a large letter L on the center of this page and an adorable lizard sitting on it. Use this page as an opportunity to teach your child how the letter L sounds and its shape.
Print this Letter L-inspired coloring sheet and invite your little one to experiment with colors while learning a new letter from the alphabet.
We think this cute lizard would look great in any color. Don’t you agree?
The letter L is for love, laughter, lollipops and more. This lovely L looks like a shape cut out of a cake. Let your creativity flow as you color in the patterns.
Try using markers, crayons, pens or paints in your favorite colors. Add in your own details too. Draw hearts, stars or rainbows to make it lively.
As you color, see how many L words you can think of like listen, latch or trail.
Coloring helps strengthen finger muscles and focus. So have fun coloring this masterpiece while learning the shape and sound of the letter L.
What’s another word that starts with L? Light bulb! As you can see in our next coloring page, the word light bulb begins with L, and you can use this sheet to teach your child that.
Coloring this Letter L printable page will be a fun exercise for your children to learn the letter L and practice their coloring skills.
Print this free Letter L coloring page and invite your children to get their crayons ready and have fun while playing with colors!
Is there a fruit that starts with an L? Yes, there is lemon! Can your child name another fruit that starts with an L? Maybe lime?
This coloring page features the capital and the lower case L, next to an uncut lemon and a sliced one.
This sheet is an excellent exercise for your little ones to get familiar with the shape of the letter L both in capital and lowercase.
Your child can learn while experimenting with colors. Encourage them to use shades of yellow for the lemon and combine different shades for the rest of the design details on this page.
This coloring page helps teach the letter L while also showing the delight of enjoying a tasty treat! The main focus is the big capital letter L. drawn licking a swirly lollipop.
Color the L in bold rainbow hues – try reds, oranges, greens, blues and purples blended together. Make the lollipop stripes wacky colors like pink, yellow and teal.
For the L shape, use tan, brown or peach colors with colorful clothes and fun hair. Learning the ABC’s is extra sweet when you can color a lick-able lollipop and funny L-shaped.
Can your child name an animal that starts with an L? Maybe this coloring page will help them!
Our next letter L-inspired coloring sheet captures a lamb next to a large letter L. It looks like a nice day outside for this lamb on our page.
Use this coloring page to exercise letter L with your children. You can ask your little ones to pronounce the letter while coloring this page.
Playing with colors on this sheet is also an excellent opportunity for your child to develop their coloring skills.
This dotty letter L has the cutest face ever. It’s decorated with spiral shapes, circles, swirls and dots. Color it in and give it rosy cheeks, freckles or glasses.
Choose fun colors like parrot green, sunny yellow or lipstick red. As you color, see how many L words you can think of like love, laugh, lemonade and lollipop.
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What’s a cute insect that starts with an L? Ladybug! This Letter L coloring page features three adorable ladybugs sitting on a large letter L on the center of the page.
This coloring sheet features plenty of cute design details your children can color.
They can use shades of red for the ladybugs and green for the leaves on the letter L and the corners of the page, and they can use their favorite shade to color the letter L.
Print this free Letter L coloring sheet and use it as an exercise to teach your little ones more words that start with an L.
Lion is another word that starts with an L! Our next coloring page features a large and beautiful lion in the center of the page.
Above the lion, there is a letter L that your little one can color as they learn more words that start with an L.
This coloring sheet is an excellent opportunity for your children to develop their coloring skills and play with colors.
Your little one can use shades of brown and yellow to color the lion. But we think that this lion would look fantastic in pink, blue, or green as well.
Encourage your child to experiment with different color combinations.
Our next coloring page can teach your little one another word that starts with an L: lollipop. This letter L coloring page features two delicious-looking lollipops next to a large letter L.
This coloring sheet can be really fun for your child to color. These lollipops would look great colored with diverse, bold colors such as red, pink, blue, orange, and purple.
The letter L can be colored with whatever shade your child likes best: yellow, green, brown, or gray.
Print this coloring sheet for your child and encourage them to experiment with colors while learning how to pronounce the letter L.
Our last letter L coloring page features the letter L with a very intricate design that your children will have a lot of fun coloring.
This page can be an excellent exercise for your little ones to learn how to write this consonant.
Print this free letter L-inspired coloring page and encourage your child to experiment with different color combinations.
Encourage your child to identify words that start with an L while coloring this cute page.
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This 3D letter L pops right off this coloring page. It has depth and dimension with shadows and effects that make it look real.
You can use color blue, purple, brown, or gray to add realistic highlights and lowlights.
Try blending colors with your crayons or markers to make the shading smooth. Also, get creative by adding in textures, patterns or glitter too.
For your kids, coloring teaches spatial awareness while reinforcing the shape and sound of L. So print this coloring page, sharpen your kids crayons, and help them bring this artistic letter to life with color!