Free printable pumpkin coloring pages are a fun way for kids of all ages to celebrate the fall season. These pumpkin coloring sheets feature pumpkin patches, little pumpkins and simple shapes. Kids can decorate these free printables to create their own unique pumpkin pictures!
Click the download button below each coloring sheet to access a downloadable pdf file. After downloading the file, print the sheet of using a printer.
Print off a few of these free pumpkin coloring pages to create your own coloring book.
Don't forget to print off a few sheets for yourself. These printables make great adult coloring pages.
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- Plain Printer Paper
- Oil Pastels
- Colored Pencils
- Watercolor Paint
- Safety Scissors
- Scissors for Older Kids
Pumpkin pictures make great templates for fall crafts. Children of all ages can create unique fall or Halloween cards using these printables. Decorations for a Halloween celebration or autumn party can be made using these sheets.
Pumpkin Patch Coloring Pages
Pair these sheets with a lesson about the life cycle of a pumpkin. A great way to get kids excited about this time of year. I love walking through a pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin. Your kids can then color in the sheets to resemble the pumpkin they picked.
Fall leaf coloring pages are perfect coloring sheets to go along with these pumpkin themed pages. Kids can cut out each and create paper based fall crafts.
A fun way to incorporate Language Arts is to have your children write a short passage to go along with the printable. If they recently visited a farm or pumpkin patch, they can describe their experience.
Write the Word Pumpkin
Young children can use these sheets to practice fine motor skills. Preschool kids love to identify letters and words. Pair these sheets with a hands on pumpkin activity or book about pumpkins.
The outline of the word pumpkin is written on this printable coloring sheet. Not only can toddlers color in the pumpkin, but the letters. Set out a few different colors for them to use. Arts and crafts are a perfect way to practice color recognition in a hands-on way.
Helpful Tip: Print coloring sheets off onto cardstock instead of regular printer paper to create a sturdier sheet for painting.
Let your kids come up with their own word to describe the coloring page below. Fall words include: pumpkin, pumpkin patch, pumpkin vine, or even orange if they want to describe the color of the pumpkin. They can even use green to color in the pumpkin if it is not yet ripe enough to be picked!
The next fall pumpkin coloring page features a large pumpkin with a few leaves. Kids can color in the sheet using watercolor paints or traditional art supplies.
Kids can decorate their own pumpkin using the pumpkin template. Hang up their designs to display their artwork. Making handmade decorations for an autumn harvest or Halloween party is a great way to use these sheets with your kids.
When you have kids sometimes the simplest craft activities are the best. Bring out some orange paint, sequins, and glue and let your kids make their own unique creations.
Children of all ages love seeing their artwork turned into seasonal decorations. Don't forget to print one off for yourself. Making and creating is a great way for adults to relax and have fun too!
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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 pumpkin coloring pages are for non-commercial use. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com.
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