Gobble gobble! It’s turkey season and the food isn’t the only fun. Bring this free printable thanksgiving coloring page to life while you wait for the turkey to finish cooking!
Thanksgiving absolutely my favorite holiday. It’s a time to gather with my friends and family, sharing our blessings, and reliving old traditions and creating new memories. Also, A TON OF FOOD. A cornucopia, if you will. Thanksgiving is all about the food and, as luck would have it, so am I. I also love that Thanksgiving is all the family and food…without the pressure of gift giving. A happy Thanksgiving indeed!
If you’re looking for ways to keep your family entertained while you get through your Thanksgiving preparations, this free printable Thanksgiving coloring page is perfect! Kids of all ages will love coloring the simple outlines of pumpkins, apples, flowers, fall leaves, wheat, and a big sunflower. It’s a beautiful harvest of thanksgiving!
This is also a fun idea for the classroom—print out the PDF for your kids and have them color at the start of the fall season or before they go home on Thanksgiving vacation. It’s so much fun for homeschoolers too!
And it just might keep my family busy while you finish up the mashed potatoes! Happy Thanksgiving day!
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Get the Thanksgiving Games Bundle
Looking for more ways to entertain your guests before the Thanksgiving feast? This printable games PDF file bundle will be a huge hit! You’ll get Thanksgiving Scattergories, an Alphabet Gratitude List, a Thanksgiving Word Scramble, a Thanksgiving Activity Placemat, Thanksgiving This or That, and a Thanksgiving Word Search.
More Free Coloring Pages
Want more coloring page fun? Check out these coloring pages for other times of the year!
- Valentine’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Mother’s Day
- Father’s Day
- 4th of July
- Back to School
- New Year’s Eve