Pumpkin Coloring Pages for Preschool

Fall is a great time to break out the pumpkin coloring pages for preschool! There are so many fun and easy ways to incorporate pumpkins into your preschool lessons.

Your preschoolers will love adding their own personal touch to each and every page. And you’ll love seeing the finished product – a perfect addition to any fall décor.

These coloring pages are also a great way to keep little ones busy while you’re carving pumpkins or preparing for Halloween festivities. Just print them out and let the fun begin!

With a little creativity, the possibilities are endless! Best of all, coloring pumpkin pages is a great way to get your child excited about the fall season. So go ahead and grab those preschool coloring pages – your preschooler will thank you for it!

We all know that coloring is fun! But did you know that coloring is also beneficial? Especially for preschoolers.

Coloring requires focus and attention, and it can be used as a calming activity. It helps increase creativity and relieve anxiety.

So, print out these pumpkin activities for preschoolers, grab your favorite coloring tool, and color away.

Coloring Worksheets

Coloring pages aren’t just for little kids anymore. In fact, they can be quite therapeutic for adults as well.

I enjoyed testing out these coloring pages with my grandson, and I bet you will too!

These pumpkin-themed coloring pages are a great family activity for parents and kids alike.

P is for Pumpkin is a fun theme to teach in the autumn months. There are ten pumpkin designs to choose from – if you can choose, that is. Your preschoolers may want to color them all!

Printable Coloring Pages for Kids

These pumpkin printables are pretty simple to prepare. Just print them on regular printer paper or cardstock, and you’re all set!

I like to print mine on cardstock, because I think crayons color smoother on cardstock than on printer paper.

You could also cut down some watercolor paper if your kids want to use markers or watercolor pencils. Watercolor paper will help prevent the colors from bleeding.


If you’re a preschool mom or teacher, you know that coloring pages can be a lifesaver on days when kids are just too wiggly to sit still for a story.

But did you know that there are plenty of other ways to use coloring pages in your classroom? Here are a few ideas:

• Use coloring pages as part of a theme. For example, if you’re doing a unit on pumpkins, you can print out coloring pages like the ones featured in this post and use them to decorate your classroom. Kids will love being surrounded by their artwork!

• Laminate completed coloring pages and use them as playdough mats. Have kids fill in the outlines with playdough to build seasonal pictures.

• Let kids color their own name tags or desk plates. This is a great way to help kids feel ownership over their space and belongings.

Whatever way you choose to use them, preschoolers are sure to love these free printable coloring pages!

More Pumpkin Printables


Fill your book basket with a great collection of pumpkin books for kids. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

The Roll-Away PumpkinHow Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? (Mr. Tiffin's Classroom Series)The Pumpkin Book


The Run-Away Pumpkin – On a windy autumn day, Marla Little comes running down the hill, yelling, “Help! My giant pumpkin is rolling away! Onward it goes, rolling and turning, with no sign of stopping! Diddle-dee-doo! Oh, what shall I do?”

 How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? – Mr. Tiffin and his students explore skip counting and estimation in a fun pumpkin-themed classroom experiment! 

The Pumpkin Book – The book features bold, clearly-labeled illustrations, directions for drying seeds, and even how to carve funny or scary faces into your pumpkin (with an adult’s help), along with a fascinating section on pumpkin facts and lore. Perfect for aspiring farmers and kids who can’t wait for Halloween!

Teaching Resources

Learn all about the parts of a pumpkin. How do they work? What do they do? This parts of a pumpkin felt board set is simple enough for preschoolers and detailed enough for use within homeschool or early elementary classrooms.

Provide your preschooler with hours of Halloween fun with the 5 Little Pumpkins Sensory Bin!

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