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Most kids love coffee. The sight of coffee topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce can make them drool. Some kids even insist on adding a teaspoon of coffee to their glass every morning. So why don’t you let your child select his favorite coffee coloring page and use it to create a piece art? Here is a collection of coffee coloring pages for your little coffee lover.
Popular Coffee Coloring Pages
1. Coffee And Coffee Beans:
Bring home the spirit of the holidays with this steaming cup of coffee. There is nothing better than a hot cup of coffee on a cold morning. It energizes and refreshes the body like no other beverage. As you and your kid color this cup of coffee, talk to him about the shapes and sight words that he sees in the picture.
2. Daisy Enjoying Coffee:
Only coffee can bring a smile to Daisy’s face after a long day at work. Daisy is a die-hard coffee lover. She gets infuriated when she does not get a cup of coffee in the morning. Can your kid guess the prime target of Daisy’s anger? No prizes for guessing! The exercise will help your child practice writing sentences, think through sequencing and build vocabulary.
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3. Molly And Her Sister:
Here is a beautiful rhyme coloring page featuring Molly and her sister. The rhyme states that Molly and her sister fell out because Molly loved coffee and her sister loved tea. Tell your kid to give some vibrant colors to the diagram and make it look as realistic as possible. Make sure she paints the little flowers on Molly’s sister’s dress.
4. A Steaming Cup Of Coffee:
This coffee coloring page is for the little coffee lover in your house. Your preschooler can work on his writing skills as he traces the word coffee on the diagram. Filling colors within the thin lines will also hone his fine motor skills. When your little one is done, serve her a cup of cold coffee as a reward.
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5. Coffee Table:
Here’s an amusing coloring page a coffee table conversing with the coffee mugs. Can your kid tell us what they are talking about? We believe that the coffee mugs are talking about the new brand of coffee in the market. The coffees are complaining to the coffee table how the new brand is taking over their place in the kitchen. Tell your child to write a short story that may go with the picture.
6. Starbucks Coffee:
Here is an easy peasy coffee cup coloring page of the Starbucks. Starbucks coffee is very popular with kids all around the globe. The best part about their coffees is that they are decaffeinated. So you can safely serve it to your children. You can even tell your child to draw the Starbucks logo on the coffee cup and color it green.
7. Office Chair Enjoying Coffee:
Not just the workers, even the office chairs need a cup of coffee to rejuvenate themselves after a long day at work. This office chair has bid everyone goodbye and is now having a private time with his cuppa. The little details in the coloring page make it amusing. Look at the tie the office chair is wearing
This coloring page features a coffee maker. Coffee machine or coffee maker is a boon for coffee lovers like us. You can make almost any type of coffee by putting ground coffee, milk, water and sugar in the machine and customize it any way you like.
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9. Detailed Coloring Page Of Coffee Mug:
Here is a detailed coloring page of a coffee mug. The intricate patterns on the diagram will look beautiful when filled with colors. This coloring page is ideal for older kids. They can also try glass painting with this coloring page. It will look gorgeous.
10. Barry and Vanessa Bloome Drinking Coffee:
Here’s a coloring page Vanessa Bloome and Barry sipping coffee on a sunny day. Vanessa Bloome and Barry are characters of the film “Bee Movie”. In the movie, Barry, a fresh graduate finds the prospect of making honey boring and uninspiring. He takes a trip outside the hive to talk to humans about it. There, he meets Vanessa, a florist.
So that’s all from us. How did your child like these coffee cup coloring pages? Share his art with us by commenting below.