Top 15 Strawberry Coloring Pages For Your Little One

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Tangy, succulent, rich red and irresistible; strawberries are a favorite of kids around the world. They just cannot wait to bug you to buy them some strawberries home and sink their teeth into it.

So if your child loves strawberries, (which we guess she does), give her our compilation of 15 strawberry themed coloring pages. These strawberry coloring pages will allow the kids to color their favorite fruit while learning interesting facts about strawberries.

Beautiful strawberry coloring pages

1. Strawberry:

Here’s a simple coloring page of a strawberry aimed at older children. A Strawberry is a 2 to 5 centimeter long, red, plump and heart shaped berry. This fruit is known for its tangy flavor, vivid red color and juicy texture. Did you know how strawberry got its name? It is said that it was named long ago by English kids who picked the berries, hung on grass straws and sold them as “Straws of berries.” And do you know what a strawberry called in Spanish? It’s called ‘a fresa’. Sounds exotic, doesn’t it?

2. A Confusing Fruit:

Encourage healthy eating habits in your kids with this cool strawberry pictures to color. While most of the people believe that strawberries are berries, technically they are the thickened part of a stem. Another astonishing fact about strawberries is that the little hard pieces that appear as seeds of strawberries are actually achene, a type of dry fruit. In fact, botanists do not even classify strawberries as a true berry as it does not have any seed inside. That’s unfair!

3. Heart-Seed Berries:

Here’s a detailed pictures of strawberries to color for your elementary school goer. The Native Americans fondly dubbed strawberries as “heart seed berries”. They pounded these juicy berries into their cornmeal bread. When the colonist discovered the great taste of the Native-American cornmeal bread, they decided to create their own version, which came to be known as the Strawberry Shortcake.

4. A Handful Of Strawberries:

This eye-catching coloring page features a handful of strawberries. Besides being a tasty treat, strawberries are also used for treating several ailments. The ancient Romans used it as medicine for fever, gout, bad breath, depression, sore throat and even blood diseases. If you have a preschooler at home, tell him to count the number of strawberries in the coloring page. And if there’s an elementary school goer in your house, then do some mathematic practice using these strawberries.

5. Strawberry Shortcake:

Here’s a coloring page of the beautiful Strawberry Shortcake for your little munchkin to color. Strawberry Shortcake is the protagonist of the “Strawberry Shortcake” and the unofficial princess of the “Strawberryland”. Strawberry Shortcake is a bright and kind girl who always jumps to help her friends in need. Her character has undergone several changes over the years. Presently, she appears wearing green and pink dress paired with white leggings and green platform heels. But in this coloring page, she appears wearing a beautiful gown embellished with strawberries. She wearing strawberry studded hairband and shoes. And her little strawberry friends are holding the mirror for her.

6. Mr. Strawberry Enjoying Juice:

With summertime comes the fresh harvest of yummy fruits and berries. While there are many other berries in the world, strawberries are the best. And do you know what it better than strawberries? It’s strawberry juice! Even Mr. Strawberry couldn’t resist himself from trying this delicious juice. How does your kid like having his strawberries? Whole fruit or juice?

7. Baskets Of Strawberries:

Get your kid into the summer spirit with this cheerful strawberry coloring pictures featuring two baskets filled with strawberries. The scene is of a strawberry field. Just like people, even strawberries like to grow where the weather is neither too hot nor too cold. It needs as much as six hours of direct sunlight every day. While a strawberry can be grown anywhere on the field, it is best cultivated on trellises to make harvesting easier. Why don’t you take your kid for a trip to the strawberry farm and let him pick some strawberries for himself?

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8. S For Strawberry:

Turn coloring time into fun with this S for Strawberry coloring sheets. This coloring page features upper and lowercase S and the word strawberry at the bottom. Tell your kid to trace the word strawberry and then color the double ‘s’ with a fine tip felt pen or color pencil. As a bonus, your child can color the ripe strawberry featured in this coloring page too. It will refine his fine motor skills in the process. You can even tell your kid to name different fruits and vegetables starting with the letter ‘S.’

9. Strawberry Juice:

This strawberry coloring sheet features a delicious summertime treat, fresh strawberry juice. Children will enjoy putting their red crayons to use on this diagram. But for the jug, they can use any color they like. Do not forget to give color to the background too. Fun Fact: Madame Tallien, one of the esteemed members of the Emperor Napoleon’s court bathed in fresh strawberry juice. It’s believed that her servants would squash 22 pounds of strawberries into the bathtub each time. And like most of the citizens in the 18th century, Madame Tallien did not bathe daily or weekly. The strawberry bath took place once a year.

10. Fruit Pals:

What is your kid’s most favorite fruit? Grapes, pears, bananas, apples, lemons, watermelon, or strawberries? Well, your kid does not need to make any choice here, as he’s getting all on this fruit coloring page. For an added fun, tell your kid to use colors to emphasize the texture of the fruits. Let’s see how he fares. In the meantime, you can even discuss the nutritional benefits of these fruits while he colors. Do not be surprised if your kid starts begging for a few serving of fruits after painting the image.

11. A Strawberry House:

Have you people seen anything cuter than this? Well, we haven’t! This adorable strawberry shaped house belongs to none other than Strawberry Cupcake. Strawberry Shortcake shares the house with her sister Apple Dumplin. Even the sun cannot help but smile seeing this lovely house. But what’s amazing is the fact that there’s also a real strawberry house in Brazil. The Strawberry House is located in Bom Principio in Southern Brazil, which is also known Strawberry’s National City. The city even hosts an annual festival every October for celebrating the fruit.

12. Hamtaro With Strawberries:

Here’s a cute coloring page of Hamtaro with strawberries. Hamtaro, the male hamster, is the protagonist of the of the anime of the same name. He loves his friends and his owner Laura, so much that he cannot stand being ignored by them. Besides Laura, Hamtaro loves strawberries and can eat it any time of the day. Even now, he’s dreaming of strawberries. Tell your kid to turn his dreams into reality by coloring the strawberries. Remind him that he even has to color Hamtaro, not just the berries. Kids can even give a lovely backdrop to this coloring page. Green background will look great with this picture.

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13. 3 Jovial Strawberries:

Here’s a coloring page of three jovial strawberries in the forest setting. It seems that this strawberry gang is heading to a party. Or maybe they are just enjoying the weather by playing outdoors. This coloring sheet is sure to delight your little artist. He can even write a short paragraph to go with the image. It will hone his vocabulary and handwriting skills too! Fact- You must have noticed that the fragrance of strawberries is as strong as a rose. That’s because strawberries also belong to the Fragrarie genus in the rose family along with plums and apples.

14. Strawberry Plant:

Does your kid know what strawberry plants look like? If no, then introduce him to this coloring page featuring a strawberry plant. Strawberries come from ‘Fragaria’, a small plant with dark green leaves. Each leaf has three leaflets and saw-like edges. The strawberry plants decline in quality and production after a few hours. So they are typically replanted. And these red gems are handpicked with a part of the stem still attached because they are very delicate and can get bruised easily. Strawberries take at least three days to complete their cycle of turning from green to white to red.

15. Strawberry Cupcake:

Store bought cakes are nice, but when it comes to a thoughtful gift with a personal touch, homemade cakes beat hands down, even if it’s a cupcake. While young kids cannot make a cupcake, they can definitely present a sweet strawberry cupcake worksheet to their loved ones. Encourage your kid to color this cupcake in his or her own individual style. He can make this cupcake caramel, chocolate, vanilla or even rainbow colored. But the strawberries should definitely be red.

Did your child like our strawberry coloring pages? Do you have any anecdotes or queries to share with us? If yes, then leave us a comment below! And ensure your kids eat loads and loads of berries. Happy coloring!

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