Fall is my favorite season. Give me cardigans, hot cocoa, cozy blankets and a little rain and I am a happy duck. Plus, the holidays bring a whole new level of anticipation and excitement (and expense, but we won’t go there…).
So, I thought it would be fun to share some exclusive fall coloring pages that I had designed for my kids. You’re welcome to use these, too, to celebrate the changing season and get in the fall spirit.
After all, Halloween is just over a month away!
5 Fall Coloring Pages:
Let’s take a look at each coloring page included. Then, at the bottom, you’ll find a link to download all of them in a set.
1. Fall Is Here Coloring Page:
When I think of fall, I think of apple pie, fall coffee drinks, leaves changing colors and more. So, this first page was inspired by my love for all those things.
2. Happy Fall Y’All Coloring Page:
Kids love a scarecrow, so I thought it would be fun to incorporate some elements of the holidays – a scarecrow, a bucket of candy, and a cornucopia of fresh fruit.
3. Cutest Pumpkin In The Patch Coloring Page:
Who loves pumpkins? We do! We do! Love this cute pumpkin themed coloring page.
4. Cute As Apple Pie Coloring Page:
I love real apple pie and my little cutie pies, so this is a fun coloring page full of apples and leaves.
5. Leaves are falling, autumn is calling coloring page:
This coloring page has apples, pumpkins, leaves and lots of fall fun to color.
Ready to download and get coloring? All 5 pages will download when you click the link below:
More Fall/Thanksgiving Printables:
There’s a lot more fun printables here that you won’t want to miss! Here are a few more all/thanksgiving themed freebies:
- Thanksgiving word search printables
- Free Thanksgiving coloring pages.
- New Fall Word Search Printable
And, don’t miss my brand new set of Fall/Thanksgiving themed color by number printables! It’s a set of 10 and they are so cute!
Christmas & Winter Printables:
Looking for more fun activities to do with kids – or even Christmas activities to get the festivity started? Nobody could blame you for wanting to dive right into the magic of the holidays as a great distraction.
If you want to dive in to having your kids write letters to Santa, you’ve got to check out these free printable letters to Santa – with two options for both younger and older writers.
You might also like these freebies:
- Free Christmas gift tracking list
- Free Christmas I Spy Printable
- Free Christmas Word Search Printable
- Free Christmas countdown activity
- Free Christmas coloring pages
- Christmas Color By Number Printable Set
I hope you enjoy these fun fall coloring pages. These are for personal or classroom use only – if you share them, please include a link and attribution to my site. Thank you so much!
Have a fabulous day,