Top 25 Banana Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love To

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There are myriad objects that kids can color and learn about. Fruits are one of them. Using coloring pages based on fruit images help to make children familiar with them. You can also tell your kids about the importance of fruits and feed them. This will ensure that apart from mental development, they also have physical growth.

Why Choose Bananas?

Banana is a very kids-friendly fruit. How?

  • It’s easy to consume as they just have to peel the fruit and eat.
  • It can be mashed and mixed with a number of ingredients, including milk, which makes the healthy and tasty salad.
  • The fact that it tastes sweet, makes it all the more likeable for kids

So, as a mother, you must keep bananas handy at home all times. Even in the form of coloring assignments, bananas make a great theme.

Top 10 Banana Coloring Pages For Preschoolers

Here are Top 10 banana coloring sheets free that your kid will enjoy filling in shades.

1. Just A Banana:

To start with, here is a simple picture of a single banana. Kids can color it in different shades of yellow and green by looking at a real banana as a model.

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2. Going Bananas:

A bunch of bananas is more satiating. Here we have some bananas in a bunch, along with the alphabet B which your kids can practice. You can also teach your kid the concept of plural and singular through the images

3. The Cool Banana:

Here is a funny banana picture that your kid will enjoy to color. A banana with a face is seen here, sipping on a cool drink with a straw. Ask your kid to paint the banana and the surrounding space as well, to give the whole picture a cool look.

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4. Dancing Bananas:

This image shows a couple of bananas having fun dancing. Dressed in caps and bows, these bananas take on a human look with smiling faces. Your kid can show their creative side while coloring these dancing fruits.

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5. Learn To Write:

Give your kid some writing practice with this picture. The text in the picture says ‘I Love Bananas’ let your kid write on those words and practice writing it. Let your kid color the image of banana and the slices with the shades of yellow and green.

6. Learn ‘B’ And ‘b’ With Banana:

This picture will help your child learn capital and small letters of ‘B’. A bunch of bananas as well as peeled bananas are there for variety in coloring. The alphabet B and the spelling of banana is given in both capital and small letters.

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7. The Fruit Box:

Banana has some company in this picture. Along with a bunch of bananas, your kid can color pineapple and some apples. You can actually prepare a fruit box as a healthy snack option.

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8. The Banana Tree:

Now that your kid is familiar with bananas, show him the tree also. It is a beautiful picture with lots of leaves and a long bunch of bananas hanging down. You can tell your kid about the use of every part of the banana tree, like the leaves and trunk. Your kid will enjoy coloring this as it has many things to color.

9. Chimp With Banana:

When we are talking about bananas, can the chimps be left behind? Here’s a naughty little primate, sitting on a tree and enjoying his banana. While your kid color this, tell them about the animal, its natural habitat and its favorite food banana.

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10. Ants Carry Banana:

With this picture, let your kid know about the ants’ love – sweets. Here we have some mighty ants carrying a banana, which is sweet to taste, to their nest. While your kid color these ants and banana, teach him about hard working ants and their activities.

Compile these images and make an interesting banana coloring book to your kid. Once your kids finish with it, make sure to give them a treat with banana shake, sundae or ice cream. Let them enjoy banana coloring pages free with their favorite food.

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