Monday, June 29, 2015


{FREE} Forest Animals Coloring Pages with Traceable Fun Facts!

You can use this {FREE} Forest Animals Coloring Pages with Traceable Fun Facts Packet in so many ways!

I made this packet to go with our Forest Animals Poppins Book Nook theme.  Forests are one of our absolute favorite places to explore!  Normally our kids play in the southern humid forests of southeast Texas, but this summer they got to check out some higher mountain forests too!  They had a blast camping, boating, and hiking... which go right along with the book we want to share this month: Just Me and My Dad by Mercer Mayer.

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In the story, they encounter a mischievious bear, and a few other animals.  While we didn't see any bears in our forests on this trip, we did see deer, squirrels, birds, rabbits, and we even smelled a skunk!  I was very excited to put together this {FREE} packet that showcases eleven forest animals and some fun facts about them!

These coloring pages can be just coloring pages...or they can be so much more!  You can glue sand, torn construction paper, feathers, or yarn to the pictures to give them a cool texture.  It gives your kiddos great fine motor practice too!  Older children can read and trace the fun facts at the bottom of each page!  Even older kiddos can research the animal and learn more about the fun fact...for example, why do owls have three eyelids?  Here is a picture of the owl page:

In addition to the owl page, the ten other animals include a bear, squirrel, skunk, deer, bird, hedgehog, fox, mouse, raccoon, and rabbit!

Click  here to download a {FREE} set of Forest Animals Coloring Pages with Traceable Fun Facts for your kiddos!!  Please feel free to share this post with your friends and colleagues...encouraging others to come to this page and download their own copy of the file lets me continue to offer free printables!  Thank you for sharing!!

This post is part of the Poppins Book Nook!  

Every month a group of bloggers share activities and books based on a particular theme.  This month, the theme is Forest Animals.  Be sure to check out these other blogs for more ideas and link up any "forest animal" activities you have below!

I may share at any of these parties!

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shelah moss said...

We love exploring forests, too. Thanks for sharing your awesome Forest Printables!

Carla at Preschool Powol Packets said...

They are so fun Shelah! You're welcome!