My girls are in love with all kinds of mini-books: mini-coloring pages, mini-reading books, mini-math fact practice books.
Something about the smaller size makes it more appealing for them!
I found this fruit clip art that I just adore and thought it would make a fun mini-coloring book.
Later this semester, we’re going to work on a fruit and vegetable unit, so these will be a creative addition. I’ll just print them a new set for them to color all over again. 🙂
Update for 2022: We did complete that unit study (one of our favorites!) and you can find some ideas for your own study here ➡ Fruit and Vegetable Unit Study
This post was originally written in March 2014. It was updated in 2016 and again in 2022 with a fresh layout and fresh fonts. Please download the newest version to use with your young learners! I’ve left the original post mostly intact with new pictures.
✔ Browse through a selection of Fruit and Vegetable Worksheets and Hands-On Activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner. You’ll find K-2 Worksheets, Fruit and Vegetable Bingo, coloring pages, and more.
Fruit Coloring Pages
After you download this set of Fruit Coloring Pages, cut them along the dotted line in the middle to create half-pages. I created the cover page to go on top, the fruit to go in any order your child chooses, the ‘What fruits are ____?’ pages to go next, and the Favorite Fruit writing page to go last.
If you have introduced alphabetical order, your child can use that as a guide for ordering the pages if you wish.
Of course you put them in any order you and your child desire!
In this 17-page set of fruit coloring pages, you’ll find the following words and pictures:
♦ blueberries, apple, lemon
♦ banana, cherries, grapes
♦ orange, pear, watermelon
♦ strawberry, peach, pineapple, plum
♦ What fruits are red?
♦ What fruits are yellow?
♦ “My favorite fruit is _____.”
Mama’s Favorite Fruit Book and Educational Toys
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Here is our favorite book about fruit and our favorite engaging fruit learning activities!
The Fruits We Eat by Gail Gibbons
Fruit and Vegetable Tote – This tote is super cute! Use it for your unit study and then add it to your play kitchen area. I really liked the quality of this set.
Farmer’s Market Color Sorting Set – My kiddos LOVE this set! It has (I think) 25 different fruits and vegetables , including more unique items like a yellow apple or eggplant.
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You may purchase the Fruit Coloring Pages here: