Fruits – Colouring 2

Skills: Art Reading Speaking Writing

Topics: Fruits

English Fruit Vocabulary Colouring Pages | Printable PDF

These six English fruit colouring pages are great resources for ESL, EFL, and young learners. Colour each of the foods with crayons, coloured pencils, or markers.

After colouring each of the pictures, practice tracing the letters at the bottom of the page. Can you spell out and read each word?

What language skills are being taught?

These English fruit colouring worksheets are great resources to introduce early learners to new vocabulary. By combining colouring with letter tracing, students practice:

  • Pre-writing skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Letter recognition

Teaching nouns to your student

Nouns can be described as people, places or things. In these colouring pages, we are using nouns, because fruits aren’t action words or adjectives!

Teaching young learners about nouns is often more natural by substituting or switching L1 nouns with L2 or target language words. We can teach nouns by using the objects around us.

Can you name some other kinds of fruit?

Check out our learning resources page for other great activities and worksheets!