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Animals Alphabet Coloring Pages for Toddlers A - L · Hug Me Collection

Animals Alphabet Coloring Pages for Toddlers A - L HugMe Collection

This is a good starter set to present the alphabet to toddlers (ages 2 to 4 or 48 months & under) with cute and friendly animal images and large bubble letters that are easy to paint or color.

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letter a ant coloring page
Letter A ant coloring page

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letter b bear coloring page
Letter B bear coloring page

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letter c cat coloring page
Letter C cat coloring page

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letter c cow coloring page
Letter C cow coloring page

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letter d dog coloring page
Letter D dog coloring page

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letter d dolphin coloring page
Letter D dolphin coloring page
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letter e elephant coloring page
Letter E elephant coloring page
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letter f flamingo coloring page
Letter F flamingo coloring page
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letter f frog coloring page
Letter F frog coloring page

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letter g goat coloring page
Letter G goat coloring page

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letter h horse coloring page
Letter H horse coloring page

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letter i  iguana coloring page
Letter I iguana coloring page
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letter j jaguar coloring page
Letter J jaguar coloring page
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letter k kangaroo coloring page
Letter K kangaroo coloring page
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letter l lion coloring page
Letter L lion coloring page

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Materials and suggestions for this age group:

  • fingerpaints, fingerpaint paper (cut & resize to fit printer) or regular computer paper, dot markers, large washable markers, or large crayons

  • Color practice: Each image requires two to four colors. A Crayola brand 24-count box has all the colors needed. (view color chart)

  • Optional: Print to light blue paper, it's a nice natural background for animals.

  • Optional: For repeated use, insert in sturdy non-glare sheet protectors and use washable erasable large markers or crayons. Snap photos with your mobile device.
If you are starting out to engage with children in this age group, one of the most effective ways to motivate them to paint and color is to participate in the activity with them. Young children love to emulate their beloved caregivers. Children will learn by observing what you do. If you have a mobile device, search for an image of the animal, so children can see what the real animal looks like, and they get to learn what is real vs. a drawing or cartoon image.

Forming good habits early on is important, so encourage children to trace or paint the letter using the proper writing sequence. When we write letters correctly, we write faster, maintain proper spacing, and is legible.

Each letter has a link to related lesson plans, and/or printable crafts to present and reinforce letter recognition.

Printable Activities > Alphabet or Animals