When you've finished colouring our simple acorn colouring page you could cut them out and use them to make a fun classroom display.
Autumn Colouring Pages
We celebrate all sorts of traditional autumn activities in our growing collection of autumn colouring pages for kids of all ages. Although I'm a summer person there is something about the smell of the autumn air that even I enjoy, and most kids love the season and all that comes with it: swooshing through piles of leaves and chilly puddles, watching the colours change, hunting for conkers or catching leaves as they fall from the trees, munching on freshly picked apples and sniffing the colder air and the waft of bonfires...
Print this simple apple colouring page for younger children to enjoy. Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
Colour in this beautiful autumn colouring page without having to colour in the background, which we have pre-filled with a pale blue autumnal sky!
Colour in these special Autumn bookmarks, four to a page. There's space for your children to add their own autumnal designs around the edges for a finishing touch, too.
Older children will enjoy colouring in all the intricate little designs on these autumn doodle colouring bookmarks! Print onto card for the best result, especially if you are planning to colour in with felt tips.
This lovely doodle colouring page of autumn leaves falling from an abstract autumn tree is going to be fun for older children and adults alike to colour in.
This simple colouring page is a great representation of the autumn equinox. You could use greens for the summer leaves then autumn colours for the falling leaves...
Reds, yellows and oranges are the perfect shades to colour the second of our autumn leaf colouring pages.
Here are four autumn leaves for the kids to colour in using lovely autumn colours of red, brown and yellow.
Here's a big basket of juicy apples for kids to print and colour in! Click on the link below for a high quality printable.
Here's a colouring page of the blackberry bush, with detailed close-up drawings of the fruit, flowers and branches for the children to colour in.
The children are enjoying the autumn, catching leaves off the trees, throwing piles of leaves up into the air, and generally having fun outdoors with their friends and puppy!
We thought that it might be fun to try doodling an acorn or a squirrel for Autumn, on our Doodle Pattern Tiles! Cut them out first to make doodling a little easier.
Kids can doodle patterns inside the leaves and in the background too, keeping it as simple as they like or really going to town! All ages can enjoy these autumnal Doodle Pattern Tiles!
Colour in these lovely intricate Fall designs to make some extra special bookmarks. They make a great little gift for children to give to family members, especially with a special message on the back.
Here are four trees for the children to colour in, illustrating their changes with the four seasons. Do the whole page at once, or cut out each tree to make a separate small colouring page - perfect for a classroom of children.
This harvest baskets colouring page is sure to keep the kids busy - identifying the fruit and vegetables and choosing the right colours for them! Perfect for a Harvest Festival display, perhaps?
Print and colour this delightful, detailed scene of children helping to pick apples in an apple orchard, with a farm in the background.
Sometimes raking leaves at autumn time can seem a chore to adults, but to kids it provides all sorts of fun! Print and colour this picture of Dad and children enjoying raking the leaves. Also available as Raking leaves story paper.
Match up the numbers and colours for this fun scarecrow colour by number page! Available with UK and US spellings.
Here's a simple, cute scarecrow for younger kids to print and colour. It's just one or a range of scarecrow printables using this illustration.
Print and enjoy colouring in this lovable cheerful scarecrow protecting his autumn field, surrounded by blooming sunflowers!
Our scarecrow maths facts colouring page is a fun way to get some maths into a farm, Autumn or Harvest topic. Solve the sums and colour the picture!
We hope the kids will enjoy this squirrels colouring page, with a group of squirrels collecting food for the winter and storing it in their nests.
This sunflower colouring page is aimed at younger children but you can use it in many different ways. How about using it as a collage base and gluing sunflower seeds to the middle circle, and crumpled tissue paper to the petals and leaves? It works as a template for all sorts of craft projects.