One of my friends, Elizabeth, from @athomeontheprairie on Instagram, hosts simplifying challenges each month. November’s challenge is to complete four tasks that will alleviate December’s stress and allow for a more peaceful and focused Advent.
I shared in my Instagram stories last week that one of my tasks is to print all of our coloring pages and activities for Advent early. My children adore coloring so I’m always searching for beautiful coloring pages to print for them. They also act as simple, festive decorations that we hang around our kitchen table for the day.
Even with the best of intentions I always end up at my computer late the day before each feast scouring the internet and printing coloring pages/activities. Last week I went down the list and printed them all in one sitting thanks to Elizabeth’s challenge.
I received enough of a response from my Instagram story that I realized I should compile a list of links to the printable coloring pages and activities I found. They are all FREE, but please remember to thank the creators of these beautiful coloring pages and activities and follow their guidelines.
Advent Coloring & Activities
St. Nicholas: December 6
Our Lady of Guadalupe: December 12
Our Lady of Guadalupe Coloring Page from St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church Front Royal, VA (scroll down to “Our Blessed Mother Coloring Pages”)
Our Lady of Guadalupe Simple Coloring Page from St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church Front Royal, VA (scroll down to “Our Blessed Mother Coloring Pages”)
St. Lucy: December 13
Santa Lucia Morning Work by Teaching Resource Resort on Teachers Pay Teachers *You have to set up an account with Teachers Pay Teachers to receive this free resource. I still wanted to include it because it’s so darling.
Epiphany: January 6
Epiphany Coloring Page from St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church Front Royal, VA (scroll down to “Additional Catholic Coloring Pages”)
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