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Do you have a little learner at home? Do you want to teach your child about the different types of tropical fruits that grow in the world in a fun way? Are you looking for some pineapple coloring pages? If you can relate to the above situations, then you must read our post.

Pineapple, with its unique taste, texture and smell, is a favorite among children all over the world. Its pointed and bushy leaves, diamond-shaped pattern, and yellow flesh have attracted children of all ages. Whether raw or in cakes and ice cream, children totally relish this sweet and tangy fruit.

But not many children know that there are a hundred different varieties of pineapple available in the market. Today, we will explore the world of pineapple through our coloring pages. Here are ten pineapple coloring sheets depicting the fruit in different settings. Go ahead and have a look!

10 Best Pineapple Coloring Pages:

1. P For Pineapple:

Here is a simple coloring sheet to help your preschooler identify the alphabets. Let your child trace the letter P on the page in its lower and upper case. After tracing the alphabet, encourage him to color the fruit. You can help him write the name of the fruit too!

2. Juicy Pineapple:

Here is a juicy pineapple coloring sheet. Pineapple is one of the most delicious and vibrant tropical fruit. The fruit has the perfect mix of tartness and sweetness. Do you know how this fruit got its name? The hard shell of the fruit resembles a pinecone, hence the name pineapple.

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3. Pineapple King:

How cute this little boy is looking dressed as a pineapple! He is also carrying a spear with him. We think that he is performing the role of a Pineapple King in a play. What do you think? Let your child color this little Pineapple King in the brightest hues possible.

4. A Ripe Pineapple:

Here is a lifelike image of the fruit. Pineapple is a tropical fruit that belongs to the Bromeliaceae family. It comes in various colors like orange, green and yellow. Christopher Columbus discovered pineapples on the Guadeloupe Island in 1493 and brought it as a gift for the Queen of Spain. Columbus called the pineapple the ‘pina’ due to its resemblance to a pinecone.

5. Pineapple Slices:

What could be better than having pineapple slices on a hot summer day? Pineapple is a very nutritious fruit. Just one cup of pineapple juice will provide your child with his daily dose of manganese. In addition to this trace mineral, pineapple is also a rich source of Vitamin C.

[ Read: Mango Coloring Pages ]

6. Sugarloaf Pineapple:

Here is a marvelous image of Sugarloaf pineapple. Sugarloaf pineapple is one of the most popular varieties of the delicious fruit. It has a sweet and succulent white flesh and green skin. The Sugarloaf pineapples grow in abundance in West Africa.

7. Queen Victoria Pineapple:

Here is another realistic pineapple pictures to color, the Queen Victoria Pineapple. The variety of pineapples is native to the Hluhluwe region of South Africa. It is not very sweet. It has a mild flavor. Its flesh is rich yellow in color and has a crisp texture.

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8. Red Spanish Pineapple:

Let your child fill some tropical colors in the image of the Red Spanish pineapple. The variety of pineapple is famous in Mexico, Venezuela, and West Indies. The fruit is light yellow in color and is highly aromatic. It has spiky leaves and can weigh 1 to 2 kilograms.

9. BFFs Pineapple:

Look at these two jolly pineapples. They are best friends forever, and we couldn’t agree more. These animated pineapples will surely bring a smile on your child’s face. We would advise your child to use different colors for the pineapples if you want them to look like best friends and not twins.

10. SpongeBob’s Pineapple House:

Here is a fun coloring sheet of SpongeBob’s Pineapple House. SpongeBob resides in the pineapple house with his pets Gary and scallop. The pineapple fell off a ship while navigating the sea. SpongeBob uses it now as his lavish residence.

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We are sure that your child will try his best to make these coloring pages of pineapple as vibrant as possible.

So why wait? Let your child start this fun activity after munching on a slice of pineapple. Do share his artwork with us.

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