Apples are a real taste of autumn, either eaten on their own or baked in a tasty crumble or pie!
Tree Colouring Pages
Here's a collection of tree colouring pages featuring trees native to the British Isles, together with their leaves and seeds. Great for nature study! Download printable versions by clicking the links beneath the images below.
This apple tree is full of juicy looking apples waiting to be coloured! Will they be a bright green or rosy red?
Scroll down for a lovely idea - combining colouring and collage - illustrated by Shelly and her kids.
This pretty autumn colouring card has one of our "colour pop" backgrounds and will really make your autumn leaves stand out, especially if you try using bright autumn colours such as red, orange and yellow.
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!
Autumn leaves come in so many beautiful colours, and this autumn doodle card is a little more detailed than some of our colouring cards so it's ideal for older kids.
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.
Here are four autumn leaves for the kids to colour in using lovely autumn colours of red, brown and yellow.
Here's a lovely simple autumn tree colouring card that's ideal for younger kids to colour in and give to someone special.
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.
Ask the kids to choose some pretty colours to colour in this blossom tree, then when they've finished they can fold it in half and give to someone they love...
Enjoy this pretty spring blossom tree colouring page for kids which can also be used as a counting activity!
There is nothing quite so lovely in spring as the cherry tree in blossom! This colouring page provides a picture of the tree, blossom, leaf and fruit detail for children to colour in.
Whether in the hedgerow or garden, the elder tree is a useful tree and a distinctive sight, with its red berries (elderberries) and white sprays of flowers. Here's a colouring page for you to print and enjoy.
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.
The holly tree is best recognised as provided evergreen foliage at Christmas time. Here's a colouring page to enjoy.
The horse chestnut tree gives us conkers! Here's a colouring page for the kids to enjoy, perfect for nature study.
Colour this tree, on which love hearts bloom! It makes the perfect Valentine's Day card for a child to give someone special...
Colour this tree where, instead of blossom or fruit or leaves, love hearts bloom! This is a lovely colouring page for younger children. You could use gel pens or add a touch of glitter to make our love tree colouring page extra special.
Here's a colouring page of the majestic oak tree, with close up detail of its distinctive leaves and acorns.
Here's a pretty colouring page of two children dancing in front of a blossom tree - celebrating the arrival of spring and outdoor play, perhaps!
Spring is the time of year when everything starts to bloom! Colour in this pretty spring tree, then fold in half to make a lovely card...
Add leaves and blossom to this spring tree - a fun doodle colouring page for children! Of course you could also choose to add red and orange leaves, ready for autumn...
There is so much detail on this summer nature doodle colouring card that it will take quite some time to colour. Any lucky recipient will treasure it.
Summer is a time for embracing nature. If sunshine fails and it is too wet to get outside you can enjoy nature indoors this summer with this beautiful summer nature doodle colouring page.
What does a tree look like in summer? This summer tree doodle page asks children to add in the details - leaves, fruit or flowers perhaps - before colouring in the picture.
Here is a lovely tree colouring page which includes a sky full of little clouds, a distant sun and a rather cute little bird! You could get the kids to colour it in and then use the picture as a collage base, gluing tissue paper blossom or autumn leaves to the scene...
Here's a simple tree to colour in, and you can maybe draw some extra details too if you like, such as fruit, acorns or even a little bird or two?
This pretty tree template could be useful for all sorts of crafty nature or Christmas projects! And of course it makes a very simple colouring page for the youngest children, too.
Print this lovely "Trees are Special" colouring card for the kids to colour in for friends or family who love trees and nature.
This lovely colouring page, "Trees are Special", has lots of detail for older children to colour in but can also be tackled by younger kids.
One of our series of tree colouring pages, here's one for the willow tree, including detailed close-ups.