Bold and bright, trees are the star of the show during the fall season. A great way to celebrate autumn is with these printable fall tree coloring pages.
Kids of all ages love coloring, but also creating unique pieces of art. Use these pictures as coloring sheets or templates for fall themed crafts!
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How to Download
- Click the download button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- Each design fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Cardstock is great instead of regular printer paper if you are using these sheets for craft projects.
Bare Fall Tree Coloring Pages
Leave the tree branches without leaves or add a few of your own. Drawing is a great way for younger kids to practice fine motor skills.
Your kids can use real leaves they collect as inspiration for these coloring pages. Then use crayons, paints, or colored pencils to fill in the white spaces on the pages.
Identifying different colors found in the leaves is a fun way to practice color recognition. Kids love learning new skills in a hands-on way!
Head outside and collect autumn leaves in different shades of yellow, orange, and red.
Bare Tree Branch
If you are looking for a fun way to incorporate art, have your kids draw their own fall leaves on the tree branch.
Paint can even be used to create a unique art piece. Leaves can be made using a paint brushes, thumb prints, stickers, or even stamps.
Tree with Leaves
Create your own fall scene with this beautiful picture.
Head outside and color in this sheet to look like the trees in your area. Children's books about trees are also great resources. You can find these in our Bookshop or at your local library.
Fine point markers or even watercolor paint would be a fun way to color in these sheets. Or even oil pastels! I like to leave out a few different art supplies on our table.
Fun Autumn Activities
As a New Englander, I feel a bit spoiled during the fall months. Everywhere you turn there are gorgeous colors.
Bright oranges, reds, yellows, and even different shades of brown fill the landscape.
Of course, the season is often short lived, and when the leaves begin to turn it is a reminder that winter is coming!
The best part about this time of the year is getting outside together. Experiencing the beauty of nature even in your own backyard or local park.
Even taking the time to observe a few fallen leaves is so much fun for children of all ages.
Hopefully these printable pictures will inspire you and your kids to explore the different colors this autumn season.
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These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only in your home or classroom. All of these free fall tree coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com