Keep your toddler occupied at home with our simple lemon colouring in page. Colouring increases mindfulness and decreases anxiety. So don’t forget to print a page for yourself and colour alongside them!
When it comes to toddler activities, I often find that the simple one’s are the best.
And colouring in is one of those activities.
My toddler enjoys and I don’t have to spend forever tidying up afterwards. In fact, it’s pretty mess-free. As long as you watch where they’re drawing!
So I decided to create some fruit themed printable worksheets. I’m sharing with you today so your toddler can enjoy them too.
Lemon Colouring In Page
The free lemon printable comes in a PDF format and prints on a4 paper. To print more than one lemon on a page, select 2, 4 or 6 per sheet on your printer options.
Ways to Use the Printable Lemon Picture
This colouring sheet is perfect for older kids and adults too. The large design means you can decorate it how you want. It’d be especially great for doodling or for drawing your own Mandala inside!
Use the Lemon Template For Cutting Practise
Help develop your kids’ fine motor skills even more by having them cut out their masterpiece. Use these tips to teach them how to use scissors correctly.
Decorate the lemon colouring in page yourself. Then cut it into strips to make a simple puzzle for your toddler to complete. The more strips you cut, the harder the puzzle will be.
I’ve shared some of my ideas of how to use the free lemon printable but the possibilities are endless!
Download Your Free Lemon Printables Today and Get Colouring
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.
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