Time to remind everyone about the fun free fall coloring page I have to offer! Now doesn't that look fun to color? And they aren't just for kids! Grown-ups can have fun coloring too!
I also have one sectioned into smaller cut-apart boxes which would be fun for a classroom activity, party favors, trick-or-treat bags, or for a fun activity to keep the kids busy while waiting for Thanksgiving dinner.
(For non-commercial, personal use only.)
Here's how to turn this into a fun favor (or even something to give out to Trick-or-Treaters):
- Click on the image above for a larger, printable version.
- Right click and save it on your computer.
- Print it.
- Cut out along the dotted lines.
- Take a couple crayons and a small rubber band (like the little ones used for hair-braids), then wrap each coloring paper you just cut out around the crayons and secure with the rubber band.
- ALTERNATIVE IDEA: Follow steps 1 - 4, but in stead of rolling it around crayons, cut out cardboard slightly larger than the picture (old cereal boxes work good for this), and using a glue stick glue a single leaf picture on the front. This gives the kiddos a solid surface to draw on. Put these in a plastic or cello wrap baggie with crayons OR use a hole punch to make a hole, tie a ribbon to it, and tie a crayon or colored pencil on the other end.
These are just a couple of the coloring pages you can print for free from my site. See more here.
And here's some examples of them colored by my readers...
Beeb colored the following. She didn't have crayons ready, so she used a
purple sharpie and a pink hi-lighter to make her Psychedelic Leaves.
Petra's son colored this leaf. Love it!
Oh, and here's how I colored mine...
OK, ok...so that really isn't made from the print-outs. Actually, that's the original design which I sell on printed products in my shops. I made the black and white version afterwards especially for the coloring pages. Hope you enjoy it! Please be nice and only use these for personal or classroom use, thanks!