Fruit Coloring Pages
Coloring pages aren't just for crayons. Choose fruit inspired paints, finger-paints, or even mixing your favorite powdered drink mix with a small amount of water to put a yummy-smelling spin on these illustrations.
Each page also has dashed wording with the name of each fruit. Children may want to trace with their fingers before using a pencil or crayon.
For the Strawberry, Raspberry and Watermelon pages, consider adding a black stamp pad to the craft area for fingerprint "seeds."
For textured fruits like Oranges and Tangerines, Lemons and Limes, how about taping sandpaper to the table before coloring to achieve the dimpled look. This can also be done with cardboard: just poke holes with a ball point pen or similar item.
Grapes, Cranberries or Blueberries can be done with colored stamp pads, or glue and tissue paper "wads." Larger flat sequins are great for these pages, too.
However you choose to lead projects, consider the opportunity to teach about nutrition, colors, shapes, diversity, numbers or the five senses.
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