Celebrate this amazing fruit with these free orange coloring pages. Unique designs perfect for adults and kids of all ages!
Between their circular shape and bright bold color, there is so much to love about this fruit.
Whether you are learning about fruits and vegetables with your kids or just looking for some fun coloring sheets these free printables are for you!
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How to Print
- Click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- Each coloring sheets is a standard 8.5 inches by 11 inches
Not just for kids, these free coloring sheets make wonderful adult coloring pages. As a mom, I love coloring right alongside my child.
Print off a few additional designs to make your own fruit coloring book.
Orange Coloring Sheets
Bright and cheerful, these printables are great additions to a unit study about fruits and plants. Coloring pages are a fun way to get your kids excited about new topics.
Color in the sheet below using your favorite art supplies. Watercolor paints are a fun alternative to traditional crayons and markers.
Who says coloring has to be boring? You can even use acrylics, chalk, or oil pastels to color in these sheets.
Joyfully flipping from side to side, the orange slices on the next sheet are arranged in a fun pattern.
If you are looking for a coloring page for older kids, this is a great choice. I love how you can color in each of the details using a fun color. Different shades of orange or even a variety of bold and bright hues.
One, two, three, the sheet below has images of oranges arranged in a row. If you like this printable make sure to check out these lemon coloring pages to find a similar design.
As you color, you can add your own designs in the white spaces. Additional fruit, a wooden background, or even a tree with oranges.
Perfect for young children, the next coloring page has an image along with text. As your kids color they can practice their letters.
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Large crayons or markers are often easier for young children to hold. As they color and write they are practicing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
I love using watercolor paint and letting kids color outside of the lines!
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Additional Coloring Pages
Pair these sheets with more nature inspired designs. Each collection has unique images you wont find anywhere else!
Up on the blog, I strive to design printables you are excited to use with your kids. Click hereto find the entire collection of free coloring pages.
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free orange coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com