Do you have a toddler or preschooler that loves colouring in? We have just what you need. The large, simple design of our pear colouring page will give your little one lots of space to colour. You can use the sheets for other crafts and activities too!
My toddler loves colouring in. Or should I say, scribbling? But simple colouring sheets are quite hard to come by. So I created these pear template printables. I thought I’d share them to help you out too.
I know your toddler or preschooler will love them as much as my 1 year old does!
Pear Colouring Page Printable
The pear template printable is in a pdf format and they print onto a4 paper.
Ways to Use the Pear Colouring Page
Here are a couple of ways you can make the most of your colouring sheets.
Use the Pear Template Printable For Regular Colouring In
Keep things interesting. Give your toddler different tools and resources to decorate the pear colouring page. Crayons, felt tips, bingo daubers and paint are a few examples.
Create Your Own Games and Activities Using the Pear Colouring Pages
Make your own pear matching game. Start by printing 2 pears per page. Then colour 2 red. 2 yellow and 2 blue etc. Once coloured in, cut them out. You may want to laminate them to make them last longer but this is optional.
To play the game, spread them out on the floor and have your toddler to match the colours. You can also play a fun game of snap with your coloured in pear template printables too!
Make Simple Suncatchers Using the Pear Outlines
Making a suncatcher is so easy to do. It’s a great way to keep toddlers occupied. It improves their concentration and fine motor skills at the same time.
Here’s how to make one.
First, cut out the pear outline. This will be your template. Now grab some contact paper and draw around the pear on the non-sticky side. Peel off the backing paper. Then tape down the contact paper with the sticky side facing up. Now grab some tissue paper and rip it into squares.
Have your toddler stick the tissue paper onto the pear. Finish by cutting around the outside of the pear outline. Then hang in your window!
Is your toddler new to this kind of activity? Make it easier by giving them one square of tissue paper at a time.
So there are some of the different things you can do with the printable pear templates. But there are so many more uses for them. Are you using yours in different ways? Let us know by leaving a quick comment below.
Download Your Free Printable PDF
Make sure you save the pear colouring page so you can download and print it whenever you need to.
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.