With the autumn season comes the time for enjoying all the fun activities, so we are offering free fall color by number printables.
In addition to visiting pumpkin patches and watching the leaves change color, these are especially perfect for a cool fall day at home or even in the classroom.
These printables are a fun activity for young children and will help them practice their fine motor skills, color recognition, and number recognition skills, and in a festive way.
While kids of all ages may enjoy these fall color by number worksheets, they are a particularly great activity for younger kids.
This is because they can practice identifying numbers 1-12, all while coloring the spaces to reveal the autumn scenes with pumpkins, leaves, and scarecrows.
Our color by number pages are really easy to use. They’re easy to print and take almost zero prep time.
And they’re entirely free for classroom or personal use!
For teachers, these free printables are great additions to your math center or for a morning work activity during the fall season.
How To Use Color By Number Worksheets?
The number and color key are already pre-filled, so you don’t have to worry about any extra added steps.
Just download and print these free color by number sheets.
Click here to be taken to the bottom of the post if you would like more detailed instructions on how to use the color by number pages.
Fun Fall Color By Number Printables
This pack of printables includes 6 PDF pages.
You can print each drawing below individually if you’d like. Or go to the last image to print the entire bundle from a single file.
An owl perched on a beautiful fall day.
A little boy plays among the fall leaves.
A pumpkin on a table ready to be made into pumpkin pie.
A scarecrow in a field of fall vegetables.
Pumpkins in a pumpkin patch ready to be taken to the farm stand.
A small deer curls up under the leaves to keep warm on a brisk fall morning.
Click to print the entire set in one PDF file.
Directions for Fall Color By Number Printable
The printables include a number in each section. Then, kids can match the corresponding color in the answer keys with each number.
They all come with pre-colored answer keys ranging from 8 to 12 colors per sheet. We have already filled in the black colors for you.
I tend to print them on standard printer paper, but if you want something sturdier, you could also print on card stock.
If you want to use the printable sheets repeatedly, a great way to do this is to laminate them or use a page protector.
Then once you’ve laminated the sheet or placed it in the sheet protector, you can have them use dry-erase markers or something else that can be washed away once they’re done.
Finally, when they’re done coloring, a fun way to make this a little bit more hands-on is to cut out the pictures and glue them to various colors of construction paper to make into cards.
Don’t forget to Pin it for later!