Help develop your toddler’s fine motor skills with this banana colouring page printable. The large design gives them lots of space for colouring scribbling. And they can decorate it how they want.
Colouring in will also keep them busy while you enjoy your coffee in peace. So it’s a win-win!
Let’s face it, keeping a toddler occupied all day, every day, is hard!
I still haven’t figured out a magic formula. But colouring worksheets keep my 17 month old occupied for at least 5 minutes. 10 if I’m lucky. So I created these banana colouring page printables to do just that.
I found it hard to find simple colouring in sheets for toddlers. So I thought I’d share ours with you.
Banana Colouring Page Printable
There are 2 black and white pictures of bananas to colour. Both templates are in a PDF format and print onto A4 paper. If you’re wanting to make the images smaller, change your printer settings to 2 or 4 to a page.
Tip: printing on cardstock is best if you’re going to paint the banana printable.
Banana colouring page printable
Bunch of bananas colouring sheet
Things You Can Do With the Pictures Of Bananas to Colour
Use the pictures of bananas for things other than colouring. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Print out more than one banana, colour 2 sets the same colour. Then have your toddler match the pairs. Laminate them to use again and again.
Draw numbered spots on one banana and write the number on another banana. Have your little one match the spots with the numbers.
Write each letter of your child’s name on each banana. Then have them arrange them so they spell out their name. Remember to use a capital for the first letter and lowercase for the rest of their name (instead of all capitals). It’ll help them to recognise their name when they start school.
So there are some of the ways you can use the banana colouring page. Now all you need to do is download them.
Click the Images to Download Your Banana Colouring Page Printable
Don’t forget to pin the templates so you can print more pages whenever you need them!
Looking For More Free Colouring Pages?
Check out our other simple fruit stencils and colouring sheets.
Browse through our A-Z list of toddler colouring pages.
Or check out our Pinterest board.