Top 10 Pomegranate Coloring Pages For Toddlers

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Does your child refuse to eat his daily servings of fruits? Do you want to inspire healthy eating habits, but in a fun way? If these woes are troubling you, then you should give our post a read.

Pomegranate is a fruit that has been in use for thousands of years. Archeologists found the traces of pomegranate seeds in the Middle Bronze Age archeological sites. Researchers say that Spanish settlers brought the tree to California in the 1700s.
Now that we have acquainted you with the history of pomegranates let’s check out the pomegranate coloring pages.

1. P For Pomegranate:

One of the terrific ways to introduce alphabets to your child is through coloring pages. Here is a P for Pomegranate coloring page for your preschoolers. The coloring page features a few pomegranate fruits hanging on the branches and upper and lowercase P at the bottom. The diagram will add to your child’s excitement and his sensory learning experience.

2. Cartoon Pomegranate:

Here is a super fun coloring page of pomegranate. A pomeg

ranate is an apple-shaped fruit with small, jewel-like seeds. The actual fruit is pink or bright red in color, depending on the cultivar. The diagram also has the word ‘Pomegranate’ for children to practice their handwriting skills.

3. Angel Red:

Angel Red is a soft seeded pomegranate that is common in culinary applications. The tree produces bright orange fruit that matures to dark red in color. Its color is deeper than most of the varieties of pomegranate. The Angel Red pomegranates ripen a month earlier than the other varieties. No wonder they are favorites of chefs.

4. Wonderful Pomegranate:

Wonderful is another common variety of pomegranate. The fruit is large and sweet and is resistant to splits that are common in most pomegranates. The Wonderful pomegranate tree produces fruit only if it gets enough sunshine during the growing season.

5. Pomegranate Tree:

Here is a coloring image of a pomegranate tree. Pomegranate trees belong to the deciduous family. It is a small tree and measures less than 4 meters. But it can reach 7 meters only if you provide proper thriving conditions. The tree produces fruits of different colors, but the nutritional value of almost all types of pomegranate is same.

6. Eight Ball:

Eight Ball is a unique type of pomegranate. This pomegranate tree grows up to 8 meters tall and produces fruit that is nearly black in color. Now this does not mean that the fruit is inedible. In fact, it tastes sweeter than most of its counterparts.

7. Nana:

Nana is one of the most common dwarf varieties of pomegranate. The tree reaches 3 feet in height and produces orange and red flowers that give way to tiny pomegranate fruits. The Nana Pomegranate tree thrives well in deep soil and sunny areas. The tree can also endure heavy clay, as long as it gets adequate drainage.

8. Pomegranate Fruit:

Here is a detailed coloring page of a pomegranate fruit. The fruit can grow 5 to 8 centimeters in length. The fruit grows best in the semi-arid climates and well-drained soils. There are three main kinds of pomegranates- red pomegranate, purple pomegranate, and white pomegranate. We would suggest you to color this image in a realistic way. Children can then later use it for their school projects.

9. Balegal:

Balegal pomegranates are common in San Diego. It is a large and round variety of pomegranate with a pale pink skin. The rich colored flesh of Balegla is quite delicious. And the flesh is much softer than other types of pomegranates.

10. Crab Pomengrate:

We are not talking about the crustacean here. Crab is one of the hundred varieties of pomegranate. Crab is a high-quality pomegranate fruit. It is extremely large and has a delicious almond flavor. Trees bearing crab pomegranates are hardier than the other tall varieties of pomegranate.

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