Camping is all about nature, adventures, the outdoors, and family! It’s a fun way to spend some bonding time with our loved ones. These camping coloring pages celebrate this fun activity by helping your little one being creative as he or she paints and practices English!
Going camping is an experience that many families enjoy each year. It’s the perfect moment to disconnect from the daily chores and relax. However, camping with young children might not be as easy, but there’s always a way to instill the love for outdoor adventures without much hassle while your little ones grow old enough to enjoy it: coloring pages!
With these coloring pages about camping your little one will be able to be creative while putting into practice their fine motor skills!
Each worksheet has one of several items related to camping, both with color and outlined. Your little one has to color the outline drawing using the colored image as a guide. This is a perfect exercise to practice the colors in English as well!
As your child is painting, name the different colors aloud and practice their pronunciation. This improves fluency and memory.
Next, it’s time to work on some writing! Check out the name of the item in English in the right and then ask your little one to try tracing the name written on the left. Remember to practice the strokes for each letter.
With this exercise, practice spelling in English is quite easy! Also, if your child is on the younger side, it’s a good opportunity to learn and practice the alphabet and how to write each letter.
Once your child has done all the writing and coloring, you can try next to talk about the items shown in the pictures by making questions and answers in English .
For example, you and your child can discuss what a campfire is. You can ask “How do you make a campfire?” and see if your little one knows! Explain that a campfire is a fire perfect to get warm at night while camping and also good to cook some food or roast marshmallows. It is made with rocks and a pile of tinder.
You can also talk about tents and sleeping bags, which are two of the most used items while camping since they allow people to sleep safely and comfortably during the camping trip.
If your little one doesn’t feel like using the same colors, you can encourage him or her to use their favorite combinations! This way you’ll be nurturing their creative process and giving them more creating freedom, which is perfect for your child overall development.
Now, it’s time to start painting!