Our free peach template printable is the perfect way to keep your toddler busy. Although colouring in is a simple activity, kids learn so much from it. It encourages creativity, develops the imagination and improves fine motor skills. It’s also a great way to wind down and relax.
I recently made these peach fruit colouring pages for my toddler. He’s 17 months old and he loves them.
Colouring is such a fun activity that people of all ages enjoy. So I wanted to share them so you can use them with your kids too.
Peach Template Printable
The peach fruit colouring pages are in a PDF format and print on A4 paper. The large design means there’s one peach to a page. But you can print more to a page and make them smaller by clicking 2, 4 or 6 per sheet in your printer options.
How Can I Use the Peach Fruit Colouring Pages?
The most obvious way is to colour them in using crayons, pencils or felt tips. But you can use them for so many other things too. Here are a few ways I’ve thought of.
Process Art Using Q-Tips
Use Q-tips to paint the peach. Kids have to make more controlled and precise movements when using Q-tips. So it’s great for improving hand-eye-coordination, concentration, fine motor skills and more.
Make a suncatcher
Cut around the edge of the giant peach. Then use it as a stencil. Draw around it on contact paper (non-sticky side). Tape it to a surface and peel off the backing paper. Have your toddler stick peach coloured tissue paper squares onto the contact paper. Complete the peach by cutting around it. The finish by displaying it in your window.
Click On the Link Below to Download And Print Your Peach Template Printable
Don’t Forget to Keep Colouring Fresh and Exciting For Your Toddler Or Preschooler
Give them a variety of different colouring in sheets to try.
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 for more.