This post was originally written in March 2014. It’s now updated with a set of new fruit coloring pages that are free for personal use!
Make sure you take advantage of all of the fruit and vegetable unit study resources here at Mama’s!
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. 🙂
Fruit Coloring Pages
In this 17-page set of fruit mini-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 Books and Educational Toys
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Here are a few of our favorite books about fruit and learning activities!
The Fruits We Eat by Gail Gibbons
Farmer’s Market Color Sorting Set – my kiddos LOVE this set!
—> If you would like to purchase this packet for classroom use (which includes any use outside of your own home with your own children), you may do so at the bottom of this page.
Click on the image to download Fruit Coloring Pages for personal use:
You may purchase the classroom use license here: