Free printable watermelon coloring pages for adults and kids of all ages. Nothing says summer, like freshly cut watermelon!
These fruit coloring pages feature unique images of watermelon. You wont find these cute designs anywhere else.
Adorable coloring sheets for those hot summer days.
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How to Print
- Click the button to bring up a PDF version of the sheet
- Each design fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Use watercolor paints, crayons, markers, or colored pencils to color in these sheets.
Not just for kids, these watermelon designs make wonderful adult coloring pages!
Watermelon Slice Coloring Sheets
It would be fun to color in this large watermelon slice using different shades of red and pink. As your kids color, they can even count the seeds!
Flipping over all different directions, the slices appear to be dancing on this coloring page. Add a bright background to make a unique piece of art.
Young children can even cut out each of the watermelon pieces to practice scissor skills.
You can even take these sheets outside if the weather is nice. For a low prep art activity, swap out the crayons for watercolor paint!
Pictures of Watermelon to Color
The next coloring sheet reminds me of a summer picnic. Black and white image of half a watermelon with three small slices. It would be fun to add designs in the background of this sheet!
Growing watermelon in your garden? This whole watermelon can be colored in using a variety of art supplies. If possible, make some observations of real watermelon while coloring in this realistic coloring sheet.
Pair it with a trip to a local farm stand or try to grow a few watermelon's in your own yard. Kids love seeing the connection between the food they eat and where it is grown.
Preschool Coloring Page
Young children love pairing coloring with literacy activities. As they color they can practice fine motor skills. Along with the image they can practice writing letters on the lines below.
I find toddlers and preschoolers benefit from using large crayons, markers, or even a paint brush to color in the sheets. Kids love being creative and decorating this sheets is a fun activity.
Additional Coloring Pages
A fun way to make your own coloring book is to print off a few pages from each collection. Coloring is a great low key activity for adults and kids of all ages.
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