Here is a set of 10 superhero fruit colouring pages. The kids will be amazed at what these fruit superheroes can do! Perhaps it will encourage them to eat more fruit...
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.
Colour in our superhero fruit - 10 different pages! This is such a fun way to encourage the kids to eat some healthy fruit as part of their 5 a day...
Kids will enjoy colouring in our superhero fruit characters, giving them a superhero name and choosing a special skill for each of them! We think that Orange Man defeats his enemies by squirting them in the eye with his healthy juice...
Here are all of our superhero vegetables, complete with interesting backgrounds to colour in. They can jump into trees, ride tractors and even fly!
You will find just our Superhero Vegetables on this collection of colouring pages. Choose the ones that your child likes to eat - or perhaps use these funny characters to encourage a new taste or two!
We have a whole alphabet of colouring pages for the kids to enjoy, starting with the letter A. Why not ask the kids to choose a letter each to colour in then display the whole alphabet around the classroom?
The kids will need a yellow crayon or pen to colour in this banana, which starts with the letter B - and is the most popular fruit in the world!
The hamburger on this alphabet colouring page for the letter 'H' looks good enough to eat, and will look even tastier once the kids have coloured it in!
There's something very appealing about this kiwi fruit illustration on our alphabet colouring page, and it's also a great way to help the kids learn the letter 'K'.
The kids can colour in this funny picture of a nut whilst learning the letter N. Why not colour in some of our other alphabet colouring pages too?
The kids can grab an orange crayon and colour in the fun picture of an orange on this letter 'O' colouring page.
We have a full set of colouring pages featuring fruit, animals and objects for each letter of the alphabet, including this lovely strawberry for the letter S.
W is for watermelon - and we have lots of other fruit colouring pages (along with some animals and objects) for the kids to colour in whilst they learn the alphabet.
Print this simple apple colouring page for younger children to enjoy. Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
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.
Colour in this fun bakery colouring page, then maybe treat yourself to a nice cake when you've finished!
What's cooking? The kids can have fun adding the barbecue ingredients to this fun summer doodle page!
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 biscuits selection - which I'm sure includes some of your child's favourites! Colour a jammy dodger, a chocolate chip, a pink wafer and more!
Do the kids enjoy a biscuit or two? Here's a fun colouring page of a packet of familiar chocolate biscuits for them to colour in.
How many of us sat down to a breakfast or tea of soft-cooked and perfectly dippy boiled egg and soldiers, with or without marmite (or vegemite)? What a wonderful memory of childhood that conjures up! Here's a colouring page for the kids ...
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?
Ask the children to grab some crayons or pens and colour in the selection of bread on this printable page...
Colour in this slab of butter colouring page! Children can then cut it out and use it for displays, shops etc.
Grab some crayons, coloured pencils or felt tip pens and colour in this delightful picture of a cute cat picking grapes.
Pretty biscuits hanging up in the kitchen or play room, gently moving in the breeze - that's the idea behind this "colour a biscuit mobile" printable for the kids!
You could maybe write a short cupcake recipe inside this cupcake border circle, then colour in the pretty cupcakes too!
Ask the kids to colour in this tasty cupcake by following the number code provided. We've got both UK and US versions to download below...
The kids can have a go at colouring in our cupcake picture with the help of the number key. UK and US versions available.
Colour in this pretty cupcake printable, matching the colours you use to the numbers in the chart on the page. UK and US versions available.
This cupcake colouring card makes a great birthday card - just choose some bright coloured pens or crayons, colour it in, then fold in half.
The fun thing about this cupcake colouring card is that you can choose the colour of the frosting/icing! Pink for strawberry perhaps, or yellow for lemon?
You can buy some very colourful, pretty cupcakes these days - and this colouring card lets you create your own! Perfect to give to someone on their birthday, or anytime...
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...
This cute colouring card with a teddy bear carrying a cupcake would make a perfect invitation to a tea party! Just print, colour in, then fold in half...
Do you think the teddy bear on this colouring page is taking her cupcake to a teddy bear's picnic? It certainly looks very tasty!
This cupcake circle colouring page will keep colouring fans busy for a while, and will look fantastic once it's complete.
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!
Cupcakes come in all kinds of pretty and colourful designs, so grab some pens or crayons and make these cakes as bright as you like!
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, and they are perfect for autumn doodling too. Subdivide the outlines into smaller sections and get creative - you can see one that we did below!
This collection of our doodle pattern tiles are filled up with ice creams and muffins and summer fruits - perfect for your brightest, prettiest colours! Print onto card, cut out the cards, then grab your pens and get doodling.
Doughnuts are now available in lots of different varieties and colours, so let your imagination go wild colouring this one in!
Here's a box of six eggs for the kids to colour in! We have two versions, one with word and one without.
Let the kids tell friends and family about a wonderful family picnic with the help of this fun colouring postcard. Just colour in the picture, cut around the edges, fold in half and glue. Then you are ready to write a message and stamp the postcard ready for sending!
Kids can colour in a bundle of healthy fruit and veg for every portion they eat each day. This tracker is a great way to encourage the kids to eat better with a visual representation at the end of the week.
Encourage some healthy food imagination with this fruit salad doodle page, which asks the kids to draw in their favourite fruits before colouring in the picture.
Who doesn't love cupcakes? Especially ones with icing and sprinkles on the top! Here's one to colour in, with a message included. It makes a fun poster for birthdays or tea-times...
Our adorable kitty friend has collected plenty of fruit and vegetables for the harvest. A fun autumnal colouring activity for cat lovers!
Colour in three pretty cupcakes decorated with sprinkles and hearts - perfect for a birthday or Valentine's Day, perhaps?
Who could resist colouring in these pretty cupcakes, covered in hearts and sprinkles! You could cut them out and stick them to a Valentine card, or put them on display ...
Grab yourself a cuppa and a slice of cake and colour in this pretty 'I Love Tea' circle colouring page.
Colour the ice cream sundae according to the instructions. UK and US versions available. Children will need red, pink, yellow and blue colouring pencils, crayons or pens.
Two scoops OK? What flavour ice-cream and what kind of sauce has been served up in this colouring page?
There are 3 scoops on this ice cream cone colouring page. What flavours will your children make them?
This fun ice-cream doodle page asks children to draw their ice-cream on top of the cone. Add scoops, wafers, fruit, sprinkles, flakes and whatever else you can think of to make the ice-cream cone really special, and then colour it in!
This yummy, scrummy ice cream doodle colouring card is asking for some lovely bright colours. Who could fail to be delighted by a card like this?
There are some very yummy looking ice creams on this ice cream doodle colouring page, perfect for older children and adults with a sweet tooth.
This ice cream sundae looks good enough to eat already, but how scrumptious will it look coloured in? Get out the colouring pencils and enjoy our ice cream sundae colouring page.
Chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, mint - you can choose the flavours (and colours) for every icecream on this fabulous circle colouring page.
Whether you know them as ice lollies (UK) or popsicles (US), you know them as a delicious summer treat! These two ice lollies need to be coloured in with some delicious colours ...
What could be nicer than an ice-cream sundae or milkshake, complete with straw! This one is decorated with hearts, so it is perfect as a Valentine's Day colouring page as well as for summer fun.
There's teapots, sugar bowls, coffee pots and every other kitchen container you can think of inside this kitchen circle colouring page. It would look fabulous coloured in, framed and hung on a kitchen wall.
You'll probably want to use a green crayon or felt tip to colour in these tasty looking leeks on this colouring page!
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.
I wouldn't like to try and count all the mushrooms on this circle colouring page, but it looks like a lot of fun to colour them in! Perfect as an autumn colouring activity...
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!
There is just something so exciting and delicious about pancakes topped with jam, honey, syrup, lemon and sugar ... and this Pancake Day colouring page captures for younger kids perfectly.
Picking apples is a lovely autumnal activity, and the children on this card seem to have a picked a bumper crop! Colour in this card and give to someone special for their birthday or as a thank you card...
Here's a lovely colouring card that's perfect for autumn and harvest festival time. Colour in the picture of the children picking corn on the cob and give to someone special as a birthday or thank you card.
If you love cats and colouring then this activity is perfect for you! Colour in the lovely illustration of this adorable cat enjoying his tasty picnic.
What would you pack into the perfect picnic? Think about it - and then draw it in! When you are done, colour in the picture. We've provided the outline of an old-fashioned basket on this picnic doodle page.
Can the kids colour the pumpkin to match the one in the picture? They'll need to use their observation skills.
Although most pumpkins are orange, they also come in shades of green, white, yellow and red. Which colour will your child use for this colouring page?
Here's a colouring page for the kids showing a full bowl of sugar. We have two versions, one with word and one without.
One of the nicest things about summer is enjoying sweet strawberries, juicy cherries and refreshing watermelon. Why not encourage the children into some healthy eating with this summer fruits colouring page?
We have two versions of this supermarket scene colouring page: one with some adults wearing masks, and one with all adults wearing masks. Choose the appropriate one and use it as a discussion point about what children might see when they go to the supermarket in the post-covid age.
There are at least 3 scoops of ice cream to colour on this delicious looking ice-cream cone! As it is decorated with hearts it might be fun to colour for Valentine's Day...
Our syrup bottle colouring page features a favourite UK brand but the kids could colour it in any colour they like. Choose from labelled or blank versions.
There's everything you need to make a lovely cup of tea on this tea set colouring page - teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug and a cup! The children just need to use some crayons to make it look colourful and pretty...