4 {Free Printable} Fall Coloring Pages

Today we have 4 fall coloring pages.  These printable coloring pages are easy to print and color…or turn into colorful masterpieces.  The Kids Activities Blog Fall Colors continue with this printable fun.

Our kids enjoy coloring, it’s one of their favorite quiet activities to do while I am one-on-one homeschooling a sibling.  This past week they had fun coloring fall leaves together.

4 fun fall coloring pages

You can download the coloring page that we enjoyed together, just click on any of the photos or the links below.

Fall Coloring Pages

After the kids colored the leaves a variety of fall colors we filled in the letters with glue and poured mustard seeds over the “fall”.  The page had a warm “spicy” smell to it – they had fun sniffing their picture!

If you don’t have fall-smelling seeds on hand, consider using spices like cloves or cinnamon, even black pepper could add dimension and be something a little different.

fall coloring pages

Another fun way to add creativity to coloring-time is to seek ways to add dimension to your picture.  In addition to coating pictures with seeds, our girls also love sprinkling their pictures with glitter, or painting over the coloring page with a dark color to make the crayon “pop” out.


Coloring is a great way to work on fine motor skills.  Not only staying inside the lines, but squeezing the glue to fill the letters and sprinkling the seeds so as to not waste them, all help our girls work develop skills they will need for writing.

Printable Coloring Pages

We have multiple fall coloring pages that you can download and enjoy with your kids.  The DIY Activity list – below – is a great way to have your children help create your fall bucket list!
Fall Leaves

Dog Playing

Fall Activity List


Do your kids do something other than color with their coloring pages? I would love to hear about it in the comments or on the Kids Activities facebook wall!

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About Rachel

An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).