Print five Thanksgiving coloring pages that kids will love! (Hey, and maybe grownups will enjoy them too!) This is the perfect activity for kids to do while waiting for the Thanksgiving dinner to be ready. Or pull them out for a rainy day at home or for kids in class who finish their work early.

Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

I have to give a huge shout out to our friend Angela for drawing these coloring pages! She’s amazing. She does homeschool tutoring for us one day a week, and she draws coloring pages like this for the kids all the time.

There are 5 Thanksgiving pages to print.

  • Pattern turkey
  • Football turkey
  • Cornucopia
  • Truck with pumpkins
  • “I’m thankful for” page

Kids can color the pattern turkey with whatever patterns they like! This is fun for anyone, and useful for kindergartners and first graders who are learning about patterns.

This thankfulness page has room for kids to write about what they are thankful for.

But my favorite might be the classic truck with pumpkins! You know every season needs “the truck.” My kids laugh at how this truck is on plates, pillows, and all manner of home decor. It has pumpkins in the fall, Christmas trees at Christmas time, Easter eggs, and well… you get the idea!

Thanksgiving coloring pages

Ready to print your Thanksgiving Coloring Pages? Click the link below. The file will open and you can print from there.

CLICK HERE: Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

Need more Thanksgiving activities?

Make some Adorable Pine Cone Turkeys with artistic feathers.

Get the family together and make this Simple Thankful Tree.

Thanksgiving coloring pages - turkey, cornucopia, truck

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  1. cherryl Nov 18, 2020

    How do I print these cute Thanksgiving prints? There is not a link to click on??

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    1. Sarah Nov 20, 2020

      Click where it says CLICK HERE: Thanksgiving Coloring Pages.
      Then the file will open. I hope that helps!

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    2. viv groves Nov 18, 2020

      I am a Director of a OSHC and this is a nice first thing in the morning or last thing a night for the children.

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