What’s the easiest meal to whip up for the kids? Why a sandwich, of course! Whether your child loves a classic PB&J, a gourmet brie and pear, or a hearty turkey and cheese, this sandwich coloring page is sure to keep them busy while you act out your daily role as short order cook for the kids in your family.
Children’s book author and illustrator, Melanie Hope Greenberg, designed this free, printable sandwich coloring page, complete with happy, hungry faces and a side of condiments, just for you.
Print it out and play restaurant by placing it on the table with a small cup full of crayons, just like they do at a real restaurant.
Download and print the coloring page (by clicking on the following link you agree to our terms of service; see end of post for details*): Yummy faces sandwich coloring page
Did this sandwich coloring page make you hungry? We have a few more food-themed coloring pages to tempt you:
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About the illustrator:
Melanie Hope Greenberg is an award winning author and illustrator of more than 15 children’s books. Her cheerful, vibrant illustrations can be found in books such as Good Morning, Digger, Down in the Subway and A City Is.
Melanie’s iconic book, Mermaids on Parade, was selected as a Bank Street Best Book, and for the Texas Reading Club and PBS Kids Summer Reading Lists. It was named one of the Top Reprints of 2019 by Fuse#8.
MERMAIDS ON PARADE
written and illustrated by Melanie Hope Greenberg
Ingram 2019 Paperback ISBN 978-0578552125
Paperback 34 pages x 8.5 x 11 inches Perfect Bound $13.99
1st Edition Putnam/Penguin 2008
Print-On-Demand – can be purchased by schools, libraries, stores.
Institutional Book Ordering from Ingram
Or, buy it from Amazon
She also has a new reprint of her wonderful book, Aunt Lilly’s Laundromat. If you contact Melanie she will even send you a free teacher’s guide for Aunt Lilly’s Laundromat (as well as for her other books). The book addresses the following themes: Art, Brooklyn, Caribbean, Citizens, Community, Cultural Identity, Diversity, Haiti, Immigrants, Laundromats, Money, Neighborhoods, Neighbors, Settings, Songs, Store Owners, Traditions, Workers
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