Simple tomato coloring pages for adults and kids of all ages. Celebrate this garden treasure with these free coloring pages!
Is there anything better than tasting a freshly grown garden tomato in the heat of summer?
These amazing plants are technically classified as a fruit and a vegetable.
Pair these printable sheets with additional garden inspired designs:
A fun way to make your own coloring book is to print off a few different sheets from each collection!
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How to Print
- Click the button below the image to bring up a pdf version
- Print off using your printer
Not only do these make fun coloring sheets for kids, they are wonderful as adult coloring pages!
Skip the crayons and try out some watercolor paints, colored pencils, or even watercolor pencils for a low prep art activity.
Helpful Tip: If using paint, simply print off using a sturdier sheet such as cardstock instead of regular printer paper.
Pictures of Tomatoes to Color
Simple designs featuring realistic images of tomatoes. Perfect for younger children and older kids!
As a mom, I strive to make printables that you can use right alongside your child. Why not print off a few for yourself?
Coloring is a great way to relax and be creative.
The first coloring sheet features three whole tomatoes along with the word written in outline form.
Color in these sheets to resemble tomatoes you have seen in real life. Did you know tomatoes come in a whole range of colors?
- Red, yellow, purple, pink, orange and even green
Many varieties have different patterns including stripes and streaks! There are so many wonderful tomato varieties to choose from aside from the traditional large red tomatoes.
Small tomatoes on the vine come in a range of colors including red and yellow. Color in these cherry tomatoes to resemble ones you find growing in the garden!
Super Sweet 100 are my all time favorite variety and taste delicious eaten right off the vine!
Add some more vegetable plants in the background to make your own garden scene. Green cucumber vines, watermelon plants, or even a row of carrots.
Bees buzzing around from flower to flower would also be a nice addition to this page!
Two large tomatoes with the stems still attached. It would be fun to explore different varieties of tomatoes and color these with a unique color and pattern. Or stick with red with green stems for a classic look!
A fun way to get little ones excited about tomatoes. This next printable has images of tomatoes along with three tomato slices.
An easy way to incorporate some math while coloring is to have young kids:
- Count the Number of Tomatoes
- State How Many Seeds
- Describe the Different Shapes
- Draw Additional Tomatoes and Tomato Slices
Below the image, your kids can write the word tomato or upper case and lower case letter T.
As the color in these sheets you can talk about tomatoes. How do they grow? What color are tomatoes? Or even foods that include tomatoes as an ingredient.
Realistic coloring sheets are a great way to get kids excited about new topics.
Pair them with hands-on explorations or even children's books.
- Plant a few tomatoes from seed
- Head over to a local farmers market to see different tomato varieties
- Cook a tasty dish together using fresh tomatoes
Its amazing how excited kids get to learn and explore new topics. Hopefully these realistic tomato coloring pages get your children excited to explore tomatoes!
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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 tomato coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com