Print this simple apple colouring page for younger children to enjoy. Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
Food and Drink Colouring Pages
We've got a large collection of food and drink colouring pages - ranging from healthy foods like fruit and vegetables, to treat foods like biscuits and golden syrup! Fun for your food and drink topic, or for making a shop perhaps.
This apple colouring page would be good printed on to thick paper or card for older children who are starting to experiment with shading and pastels.
Matching our growing set of food colouring pages, the third of our apple colouring pages comes with a choice of labelled or unlabelled versions making it great to help with learning vocabulary.
Here's a big basket of juicy apples for kids to print and colour in! Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
Colour in this exciting looking box of chocolates! How about cutting it out when completed and sticking it onto a folded piece of construction paper to make a lovely card for mothers or aunties or grannies?
Join the dots to reveal a special box of chocolates for Valentine's Day - or perhaps for Mother's Day?
No collection of vegetable colouring pages could be complete without a head of broccoli to colour in!
Colour in this slab of butter colouring page! Children can then cut it out and use it for displays, shops etc.
Carrots are one of the most popular vegetables - and certainly one of the most recognisable! Here's a carrot colouring page...
A simple colouring page to print for children to colour. Perfect for autumn, Harvest or Thanksgiving, perhaps? Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
Choose some pretty colours for this cupcake colouring page. It would be fun to colour a whole platter of these and cut them out for display...
Here is the first of three colouring pages featuring two delicious-looking cupcakes for the kids to colour in. Why not cover the whole set, About, and put them on display!
Colour 2 more cupcakes! It looks to me as if one has a tasty wafer on top, and the other a pretty little icing flower. I wonder what colour these cupcakes will be?
Here are the final two cupcakes in our cupcake colouring set. Colour them in, cut them out, and use them to decorate a birthday card – or the fridge!
This simple doodle page allows children to design their very own chocolate bar and wrapper. It's perfect for Charlie and the Chocolate factory, of course!
I had older children in mind when I designed these two Doodle Pattern Tiles. Subdivide the outlines into smaller sections and get creative - you can see one that we did below!
Here's a box of six eggs for the kids to colour in! We have two versions, one with word and one without.
Two scoops OK? What flavour ice-cream and what kind of sauce has been served up in this colouring page?
Kids will enjoy colouring in this enticing ice-cream cone colouring page - but not as much as they would enjoy eating it!
Here's a colouring page for the kids featuring a full bottle of milk and a glass. Now all they need is a biscuit to go with it. Choose from a labelled page or blank.
Children can colour in this milk jug pouring milk (or cream) and use it for a Pancake Day recipe display, or any vocabulary activities.
A colouring page of a bowl of oranges... perfect for a healthy food theme, or perhaps for Chinese New Year (oranges are regarded as lucky and are often seen on display at the New Year).
This colouring page shows the most important part of a pancake recipe, the cooking! If you are making a pancake recipe display, this would one of the last pictures - before the topping!
Print out this lovely story paper, illustrated with a picture of children picking baskets of apples in an orchard, to get the kids writing!
Four children and their dog are having fun in a pumpkin patch in this delightful illustrated story paper for kids. Write about what you see or make up your own story - and don't forget to colour the picture in afterwards!
Here's a colouring page for the kids showing a full bowl of sugar. We have two versions, one with word and one without.