This is our alphabet coloring page with pictures to print for Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade.
Some children simply learn their letters better one letter at a time in full color. See
These are full 8.5 x 11 inch pages that can also be used as banners. This is very fun for birthdays, graduations, and other special events like "Welcome Home!"; "Congratulations!"; and "Graduation!"
If you have a name sake for whom you want to celebrate, print their name using your printer's "booklet" setting so you can make a card based on the first initial of the name.
Enjoy these favorite fruits and vegetables and celebrate fruits and vegetables with these coloring pages.
These printable alphabet coloring pages for kids are super simple. Color the shapes.
There are 26 worksheets in these next two downloads:
Okay, maybe asparagus is not a child's favorite food, but it is easy to spell because it uses only short vowels.
An orange A on green asparagus with purple tips is pretty.
Color these bananas yellow with brown and green edges.
You can color the letter B with brilliant blue.
Corn is a delicious yellow with deep orange places. Color the husks light yellow-green with green edges.
Dates are purply-brown and so are figs, but they also have a green tint. Color the letter D orange or yellow first so the darker colors do not smear the lighter.
Eggplants are a super deep purple and sometimes a greenish white. Color the background if you are going to have white eggplant.
Figs are a wonderful rich brown with some purple and green hints. Color the stems green or yellow.
Honeydew melon is very light green-white on the outside and a darker green on the inside. Sometimes the rim can be a light yellow.
Iceberg lettuce is green fading to white. Cool and crisp!
Jalapenos are so tasty! Most jalapeno peppers are green for a long time and then ripen to red. Color the stems brown or green.
Kiwi fruits are cute. They are a sweet pale green on the inside with a fun halo of tiny black seeds. Their outsides are a brownish green.
Lemons are tart and tasty! Color them yellow with green leaves.
Color these mushrooms gray and brown.
Nectarines are lovely oranges and reds.
Oranges are a fun color, orange! Color the tiny ends green first so you do not miss them. Careful not to blend the green and orange because that will make brown.
Pears are mostly yellow with green, orange and red tints.
Quinces are similar to pears with less green. Color the leaves dark green.
Of course, raspberries are raspberry colored or some mix of pinkish reddish purple. Remember the pretty green tops. :-)
Strawberries are a bright red with tiny yellow seeds. Remember to color the stems and leaves green.
Tomatoes are green before they ripen to a red or orange color. Nowadays there are purple tomatoes. Neat!
What are Uglis? They're Ugly Fruit. The ones that we have eaten were just like grapefruit, but a little sweeter. They're a light lime green color on the outside and anywhere from orange to pink on the inside.
Look at all these pretty vegetables! Orange carrots, purple eggplant, green cabbage, yellow corn, red tomatoes and purple beets. Yum!
Watermelon is delicious! Green rinds that fade to white hold wonderful watermelon with black seeds.
Exotic fruits like pineapples, kiwis, and starfruit are so sweet and juicy!
Yams are mostly orange with hints of red and brown and they are yummy in a sweet potato pie at Thanksgiving time.
Zucchini can be either yellow or green with green or yellow accents.
We have more alphabet coloring pages to print on our Alphabet Worksheets page that make teaching the alphabet fun! Little ones love to color.
These can also be used for making banners, especially if you cut and paste to construction paper.
Number Coloring Pages can serve as banners, too! "Happy 1st Birthday!" "Happy 50th!" "The Big 1!"
This is a list of our list of alphabet coloring letters: Asparagus, Banana, Corn, Dates, Eggplant, Figs, Garlic, Honeydew, Iceberg lettuce, Jalapenos, Kiwi, Lemons, Mushrooms, Nectarines, Oranges, Pears, Quince, Raspberries, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Ugli Fruit, Veggies, Watermelon, Exotic Fruits, Yams, and Zucchini.
Asparagus and iceberg lettuce are actually plants, so these make interesting alphabet coloring pages about plants.
Actually a garlic bulb is a plant, too.
The letter backgrounds can match the letter color for a wonderful
bright effect. Contrasting colors make the letters stand out, too.
The possibilities are endless. Enjoy!
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