Free Printable Gratitude Activity for Kids

Free Printable Gratitude Activity for Kids

A simple and fun drawing and coloring gratitude activity page to help your kids focus on the people and things that they’re thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Gratitude thanksgiving coloring and drawing activity for kids

This gratitude drawing and coloring activity is great for preschooler, kindergarten, older kids, and even adults. The printable is design to be very basic so preschoolers won’t be overwhelmed. At the same time, it has blank spaces for older kids and adults to doodle in their own art.

For my preschooler who loves to draw, I basically just asked him to draw in what he’s thankful for or people or things that he loves and he was off to drawing them. He didn’t color it all in because he had to go back to his virtual Pre-K class. But he was back at it after school ended.

completed gratitude drawing and coloring page thanksgiving activity
My 4 year old son is grateful for his mom, dad, brother, dog (depicted here pooping) and poop (shown here by a hand catching poop)!


White cardstock
Color pencils or fine point markers


Download and print out the gratitude drawing and coloring page onto copy paper or cardstock.
Supply your kid with some markers, color pencils and let her draw and color in the gratitude page.

If you want to do this activity in Procreate, download the PNG file.

Gratitude drawing coloring page done in Procreate
I colored mine in using Procreate.


Click here to download the Gratitude page PNG file.
Click here to download the gratitude page in PDF file.

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Free Printable Halloween Coloring and Activities Book for Preschooler

Free Printable Halloween Coloring and Activities Book for Preschooler

Keep your Halloween loving preschooler happy with this adorable printable Halloween coloring and activities book.

Activities included:

We all know that Halloween is just around the corner. Here are some activities to keep your preschooler busy and excited about this special day.

Let’s start with some I Spy Halloween page! It contains some cute Halloween animals, witch and bones. Your preschooler can use a pencil to circle the item and then write down the number in the box. Or you can have her/she color it in using color pencils.

Coloring pages for preschoolers can be a great activity to develop their fine motor skills and promote creativity in a fun way. They require greater attention to detail than coloring pages designed for children of an older age group. All 5 pages allow your kids to do lots of coloring, including the cover page.

You’ll also get a word search. Great for word recognition and prewriting skills.

The last page is a tracing and coloring page, which is so important for learning how to write.

These are great for homeschooling or Halloween party at school or at home. They will learn some prewriting skills such as tracing and coloring, numbers, and word recognition.

Supplies and Printing

  • copy paper
  • printer – I have a similar HP printer that uses INSTANT INK. It’s a monthly subscriptions (I pay $2.99 for 50 pages/month. You can rollover unused pages. Doesn’t matter if you print in color or black and white. You’ll get ink delivery to you before it runs out. You’ll get a mailer also to recycle your old ink.
  • pencil
  • crayons/color pencils

Simply print these out on copy paper or cardstock. If your kid will be using markers, I recommend printing on cardstock so that the markers don’t bleed through.


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