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This printable fruit coloring page has a pattern of apples, oranges, and bananas. It’s simple enough that kids will have fun with it, but detailed enough to be a great adult coloring page too.
Who doesn’t love to color? It’s such a relaxing activity, no matter what your age is. It also has tons of other benefits.
- Practice fine motor skills
- Learn the names of colors
- Create patterns
- Try new art techniques
- Clear your mind and de-stress
The great thing about coloring is that there are no rules. Color outside the lines if you want to!
You could use traditional crayons or colored pencils on this printable. This would also be a fun activity to branch out into watercolors, pastels, or even paint (if you print this on something a little thicker, like card stock).
I think that maybe the neatest part of this is that apples and bananas come in lots of colors. Oranges are pretty much orange, though. That means you can use a whole lot more than just classic red, orange, and yellow.
These are pretty simple icons, so you can imagine that the apples are granny smiths, red delicious, or even pink ladies.
My 9-year-old has a silly rhyme about bananas being like stoplights:
Green means slow, yellow means go, and red means… Where did you get that banana??
We thought that was pretty true until we discovered that there is a species of banana that is red. It’s smaller than a regular banana and grows in Australia.
Now that you’ve learned your weird-but-true fact of the day, grab your printable. To download your free printable fruit coloring page, click HERE.
This fits on regular 8-1/2 by 11-inch paper. It’s also light on the ink, so print as many pages as you like.
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