Here's A Fun Way To Keep Little Boys Entertained And Occupied: Printable Fire Truck And Police Car Coloring Pages



What's up with young boys and trucks?

My littlest one is fascinated with them!

He loves construction trucks, but his all-time favorite are fire trucks!

Although, I must say, he also goes gaga over police cars too!

Any time he sees a fire truck, he just stops and stares.

Absolutely transfixed!

Earlier this month, the local fire station opened its doors to the public, so we all went to check it out.

When it was over, we could not get my son to go.

He just kept touching the fire truck and staring at the firemen.

Mind you, my husband was just as bad!

It was a lot of fun!

So, I thought I would surprise my little one with a police car printable coloring page and a fire truck coloring page.

He had a good time with it!

The coloring pages are now hanging on the fridge door.

With these printable coloring pages, kids have to match their drawing to the colored in illustration on the page.

It's a little bit more challenging for children to do, but it does help to improve their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, which I really like!

If you have a little one like mine, head on over to our blog, kids learn @ kiboomu daily, and give these printable coloring pages a try!

I'm sure they'll be a winner in your house!

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!
www.kiboomu.blogspot.com


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