These free printable fox coloring pages for kids are a fun last minute activity that’s easy to do wherever you are.
Whether your child loves foxes, you’re doing a forest themed unit study, or you just need some free coloring pages, we think your child will love these printables.
We’ve geared these coloring sheets for preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade children. Each one has a simple sentence that kids can read or learn to read as they color.
Check them out below and also be sure to see all of our coloring pages for kids as well!
Fox Coloring Sheets
Inside this free printable pack, we are giving you 5 cute pages for kids to color including:
- F is for fox
- The fox has a leaf
- The fox is sleeping
- The fox has an umbrella
- The fox is going for a walk
Forest Animal Unit Study
Want to create a whole unit study around these fox coloring pages? If so, we have some great ideas to get your started!
Below are some of our favorite forest animal books for kids. Grab them from the library or add them to your home collection.
The Kissing Hand – This sweet book will not only have kids captivated, but it may also help with separation anxiety. We definitely recommend adding this one to your collection!
Peek-a-Flap Who – This board book is great for toddlers all the way up to kindergarten children. All kids love lifting the flaps, but there are also little facts about the animals in the forest.
Over in the Forest – We love this book for introducing kids to forest animals. Find the hidden animals, learn about forest animals, and discover baby animal names.
We love adding several crafts to each study unit. They’re not only fun, but great for creativity, working on scissor skills, and learning to follow directions. Below are some of our top picks!
- Paper Plate Skunk Craft – Love paper plate crafts? This skunk one is so cheery and cute!
- Easy Fox Craft For Kids – Make a simple little fox just from paper!
- Owl Headband Craft – This headband craft is one of our favorite ones to date. Kids will love creating one or coloring on in!
These forest animal I spy printables are cute and no prep. On top of that, they’re also great for counting, visual discrimination, and focus.
These fall worksheets for preschool are fun and help kids work on fine motor skills, counting, letter recognition, and more!