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Check out our collection of 1 Octonauts coloring pages that are free to download and print!

To get started, simply click on the coloring sheet thumbnail you want to color below and then download the image to your computer. You can then print it to color as many times as you like!

All of our coloring pages are formatted as PNG files, and will fit on standard US Letter size or A4 paper sizes.

Some favorites that you may want to check out are Paani the Brave Space Explorer! Scroll down to see them all.

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1) Paani the Brave Space Explorer

Look at this adorable coloring page featuring Paani, the brave penguin from Octonauts, dressed up in a cool diving suit. The big eyes and tiny little beak make Paani look super cute and fun to color!

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11 Craft Ideas to do with Octonauts Coloring Pages

Are you looking for fun and creative ways to use Octonauts coloring pages? Here are 11 craft ideas that will keep both kids and adults entertained!

1. 3D Picture Frame

Add a new dimension to your child’s favorite Octonauts character by turning their colored-in picture into a 3D frame. Use popsicle sticks, glue, and paint to create a frame that stands out from the wall. This craft is easy enough for kids to do with some adult supervision, and it makes a great gift for grandparents.

2. Coloring Page Garland

Create a festive garland for your child’s bedroom or playroom by stringing together their colored-in Octonauts characters. Use a hole punch to make a hole at the top of each character, then thread a piece of yarn or ribbon through the hole. Hang the garland across a window or along a wall for a pop of color.

3. Personalized Placemat

Turn your child’s coloring page into a personalized placemat that they can use at every meal. Laminate the colored-in page or cover it with contact paper to make it durable and easy to clean. Your child will love having their favorite Octonauts character with them at the dinner table.

4. DIY Greeting Cards

Use your child’s colored-in Octonauts characters to make one-of-a-kind greeting cards for friends and family. Cut out the characters and glue them onto a blank card. Add a message inside and you have a thoughtful and personalized gift.

5. Window Clings

Create reusable window clings by tracing your child’s colored-in Octonauts characters onto contact paper. Cut out the characters and stick them to a window for a fun and colorful decoration. Your child will love seeing their favorite characters on display.

6. Octonauts Mobile

Make a mobile for your child’s bedroom by cutting out and decorating several Octonauts characters. Attach each character to a piece of string or yarn, then tie the strings to a hoop or ring. Hang the mobile above your child’s bed for a soothing and familiar sight.

7. Button Badges

Turn your child’s colored-in Octonauts characters into button badges that they can wear on their clothes or backpacks. Use a badge-making kit to create the badges, or order custom buttons online. Your child will love showing off their favorite characters in public.

8. Paper Plate Masks

Create paper plate masks of your child’s favorite Octonauts characters by cutting out eye holes and attaching the colored-in characters to the front of the plate. Use elastic or string to create a secure fit. Your child will love pretending to be their favorite character.

9. Origami Octonauts

Try your hand at origami by folding your child’s colored-in Octonauts characters into 3D shapes. Use online tutorials or books to learn the folding techniques, then let your child’s imagination run wild.

10. Collage Art

Create a collage of your child’s favorite Octonauts characters by cutting out and arranging the colored-in pictures on a piece of paper or canvas. Use glue or Mod Podge to attach the characters, then add embellishments like glitter, stickers, or ribbon.

11. Painted Rocks

Turn your child’s colored-in Octonauts characters into painted rocks that they can use as paperweights or decorations. Use acrylic paint to transfer the characters onto smooth rocks, then seal the paint with a clear sealant. Your child will love seeing their favorite characters in a new form.