These woodland animal coloring pages are a simple activity for kids to do when you need a last minute, no-prep activity.
All you need to do is grab some crayons or markers and let the kids go to town.
These coloring pages are great for a wide variety of ages from toddlers, to preschool, and kindergarten children.
And, if you like these sheets, be sure to check out all of our coloring pages for kids here.
Forest Animal Coloring Pages
Inside these woodland animal coloring pages, we’ve included 8 unique pages each with a simple and big image. Since they’re large, they’re great for younger children to color in.
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More Woodland Animal Activities
Don’t stop just with coloring pages! Turn it into a fun woodland animal unit with these easy activities. It’s especially great for the autumn season.
One of our favorite things to do whenever we start a new unit is to begin with books. Grab these popular books from your library or grab them from Amazon to add to your home collection!
Bear Can’t Wait– If your child loves the Bear series of books, they’ll want to read the newest one where Bear plans a special surprise for Hare!
A Walk Through the Woods– This beautiful and intricate children’s book will keep children engaged and wanting to turn the page!
Owl Babies– Kids will relate to the message of this cute little book. In it, owl babies are waiting and worrying, will Mommy return? There’s a great resolution and fun illustrations as well.
Of course, you can’t have a woodland animal unit without crafts! Check out some of our favorite ones below!
- Paper Plate Owl Craft– Even though we have so many animal crafts, this one definitely makes it into our top 10!
- Fox Craft For Kids– This is a simple paper craft that’s great for young kids to make.
- Handprint Hedgehog Craft – If your kids enjoy handprint crafts, they’ll have a blast making this cute hedgehog!
Want to add some fun learning ideas as well?
Try out these fall printables for preschool. They’re loaded with tons of cute woodland animals and will help kids work on shapes, patterns, fine motor skills, and more!
These forest animal I spy printables are not only fun but help kids with focus and visual discrimination.
Children learning how to read will enjoy making and coloring this forest animal emergent reader book.
Finish off with these forest animal alphabet maze worksheets! They’re fun and free!