Keep your students (and yourself!) calm and focused with these 32 winter coloring pages. Not only are these pages fun to color, once completed they will make fabulous decorations for your classroom!
Color with colored pencils or thin-tipped markers. I prefer pencils because they are more forgiving, but markers will really make them pop.
Please note: Some of the designs are offered twice – once with a background design and once without one. The backgrounds are great for older kids and adults who will enjoy filling the whole page with color. The ones without backgrounds are great for younger students, if you need a quicker activity, or they could be cut out and used as decorations or even as part of a larger craft project.
Pages 3-16 are formatted in landscape.
Pages 17-34 are formatted in portrait.
Ideas for Use
-If cutting out, consider printing on cardstock for greater durability.
-Rubbing mineral oil on the back will make the finished picture come through and will give it a nice stained-glass effect. Great for decorating windows!
-Glue two mittens, gingerbread men, snow globes, or small snowflakes back-to-back and hang them from the ceiling. Or staple along the edges and stuff them with scrap paper for a 3D effect.
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Other Great Resources
• Close Reading Passages with Text-Dependent Questions
• Paragraph of the Week for Grades 3-6
• Brain Breaks
These posters were hand-drawn and copyrighted by Rachel Lynette 2018. They are for personal and single classroom use only. You may not alter, redistribute, sell, or put these posters on the internet. Thank you for respecting the copyright.