Our simple orange colouring picture is perfect to use with your toddler. Its large design will give them plenty of room to scribble. And it’s sure to keep them occupied for a good 10 minutes!
My toddler is still at the scribbling phase of colouring in. But he loves it. I’ve discovered that colouring in sheets keep him interested for longer.
So I created my own collection of fruit colouring pictures. This orange fruit printable is the first one that I’m sharing with you today.
Orange Colouring Picture
The orange fruit printable comes in a pdf format. It prints out on A4 paper. But you can print images on 1 page by changing your printer options.
Ways to Use Your Orange Fruit Printable
The most obvious way to use the simple orange template by colouring it in. But you don’t have to limit your kids to crayons only. Watercolour pencils, colouring pencils and felt tips are great alternatives.
Paint the Orange Fruit Printable
The orange colouring picture is also perfect and large enough for kids to paint. Especially smaller toddlers that are still making large, uncoordinated movements when painting.
Create a simple DIY puzzle using the orange template. Start by colouring it in. Then cut it in half. Encourage your toddler to match the pieces together. Make it more difficult by cutting the orange into 4 pieces.
So there are some of the ways you can use the orange colouring picture. Now all you need to do is download them.
Download the Orange Colouring Picture
Looking For More Free Colouring Sheets?
Check out our other simple fruit stencils and colouring sheets.
Browse through our A-Z list of toddler colouring pages.
Or take a look at our Pinterest board.