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Check out our collection of 34 Ice Cream coloring pages that are free to download and print!

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All of our coloring pages are formatted as PNG files, and will fit on standard US Letter size or A4 paper sizes.

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20 Craft Ideas to do with Ice Cream Coloring Pages

1. Ice Cream Sundae Craft

Using ice cream coloring pages, have your kids cut out different scoops of ice cream and toppings. Then, glue them onto a piece of construction paper to create a fun and colorful ice cream sundae. This is a great way to work on scissor skills and creativity.

2. Ice Cream Cone Garland

Print out several ice cream cone coloring pages and have your kids color them in. Then, cut them out and punch a hole at the top of each cone. Use a piece of string or yarn to thread through the holes and create a fun garland to hang in their room.

3. Ice Cream Collage

Print out a large ice cream cone coloring page and have your kids cut out different ice cream scoops and toppings from other coloring pages. Then, have them glue the scoops and toppings onto the cone to create a one-of-a-kind collage.

4. Ice Cream Puppets

Have your kids color in ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Then, help them cut out the shapes and attach them to popsicle sticks to create fun ice cream puppets. They can put on a puppet show or use them as props for imaginative play.

5. Ice Cream Suncatcher

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages on transparent paper. Have your kids color them in with bright, bold colors. Then, cut out the shapes and use a hole punch to create a hole at the top of each one. Thread a piece of string or yarn through the holes to create a beautiful suncatcher to hang in a window.

6. Ice Cream Memory Game

Print out several ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Have your kids color them in and then cut out the shapes. Lay them all out face down and take turns flipping over two at a time to find a match. This is a fun and engaging way to work on memory skills.

7. Ice Cream Playdough Mats

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and laminate them. Then, have your kids use playdough to create their own ice cream scoops and toppings on the mats. This is a great sensory activity that also helps with fine motor skills.

8. Ice Cream Sensory Bin

Fill a sensory bin with rice or beans and add in ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Have your kids dig through the bin to find the different pieces and use them to create their own ice cream scenes. This is a fun and tactile way to work on fine motor skills and creativity.

9. Ice Cream Number Puzzle

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a number on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids match the scoops to the correct cones to practice number recognition.

10. Ice Cream Alphabet Match

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a letter on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids match the scoops to the correct cones to practice the alphabet.

11. Ice Cream Shape Match

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Draw different shapes on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids match the scoops to the correct cones to practice shape recognition.

12. Ice Cream Pattern Craft

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and have your kids color them in. Then, have them cut out the shapes and use them to create different patterns. This is a great way to work on pattern recognition and creativity.

13. Ice Cream Addition Game

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a number on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids add up the numbers on two cones to find the total. This is a fun way to practice addition skills.

14. Ice Cream Subtraction Game

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a number on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids subtract the number on one scoop from the number on another cone. This is a fun way to practice subtraction skills.

15. Ice Cream Multiplication Game

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a number on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids multiply the number on one scoop by the number on another scoop. This is a fun way to practice multiplication skills.

16. Ice Cream Division Game

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and cut out the shapes. Write a number on the back of each scoop and glue it to the cone. Then, have your kids divide the number on one scoop by the number on another scoop. This is a fun way to practice division skills.

17. Ice Cream Fraction Craft

Print out ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages and have your kids color them in. Then, have them cut out the shapes and use them to create different fractions. This is a great way to work on fraction recognition and creativity.

18. Ice Cream Graphing Activity

Print out several ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Have your kids color them in and then cut out the shapes. Then, have them create a graph to show which flavors of ice cream are their favorites. This is a fun way to practice graphing skills and data analysis.

19. Ice Cream Ordering Activity

Print out several ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Have your kids color them in and then cut out the shapes. Then, have them put the scoops in order from smallest to largest or vice versa. This is a great way to practice ordering skills and size recognition.

20. Ice Cream Storytelling Activity

Print out several ice cream cone and scoop coloring pages. Have your kids color them in and then cut out the shapes. Then, have them use the shapes to create their own ice cream stories. This is a fun way to work on creativity and storytelling skills.