W is for Watermelon. Did you know that watermelons are made up of 92% water and are one of the only foods to be classified as both a fruit and a vegetable. You can also eat the whole of a watermelon including the rind! This great section on watermelons includes lots of great colourings, posters and puzzles to keep you busy.
W is for Watermelon, this great colouring sheet has a juicy watermelon to colour as well as the letter "W" in both upper and lower case and the word "watermelon" to help with letter and word recognition.
This whole watermelon and juicy slice are all ready to be coloured in. Get those red and green crayons at the ready.
This slice of watermelon is all ready to be coloured in. Get those red and green crayons at the ready.
A whole watermelon and a slice all waiting to be coloured in. The sheet has been labelled to help with word recognition.
A juicy slice of watermelon all ready to be coloured in. It is labelled to help with word recognition.
This giant flashcard style poster is great for classroom display, especially if you are learning the alphabet.
This whole and slice of watermelon make a great display poster. We have included a label to help with word recognition.
This slice of watermelon is nice and bright and perfect for display in the classroom.
Draw your own watermelon by copying the picture one square at a time.
Join the dots to reveal the cute slice of watermelon. Why not colour it in to make it extra special? Great for improving pencil control, number recognition and number ordering skills.
Complete the watermelon by copying the picture. Why not colour it to make it extra cute?
Trace over the dashed lines to draw your own watermelon. Great for improving pencil control skills.
This great worksheet has a colouring of a watermelon and a word tracing to complete. Great for children learning the alphabet.
Trace over the dashed line to create your own watermelon, use the completed watermelon to colour yours to match. Perfect for improving pencil control and colouring skills.