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Please enjoy these Thanksgiving for middle school coloring pages!
Thanksgiving Turkey Coloring Pages for Middle School
Detailed Mayflower Coloring Sheets for Middle School Students
Historical Pilgrim’s Life Coloring Pages
Cornucopia of Harvest Vegetables Coloring Pages
Native American and Pilgrim Friendship Coloring Pages
Pumpkin Pie Dessert Coloring Pages
Fun Family Gathering Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
Autumn Leaves and Pumpkin Coloring Pages
Cute Thanksgiving Critter Coloring Pages for Teens
Intricate Cornucopia Designs Coloring Pages
Wild Turkey Coloring Pages for Middle School
Cartoon Turkey Coloring Activity Pages
Harvest Season Coloring Pages for Middle School
Relaxing Fireplace Scene Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
Maple Leaf Wreath Design Coloring Pages
Pilgrim’s Journey Coloring Sheets for Middle School
Tips For Coloring Thanksgiving Coloring Pages For Middle School
What colors should I use for a Thanksgiving coloring page?
Traditional colors associated with Thanksgiving include browns and oranges, symbolizing fall leaves and harvest, red for apples and cranberries, yellow for corn and pumpkins, and white for pilgrims and purity. You can also include spots of blue representing the early winter sky.
How can I add more detail to my Thanksgiving coloring page?
To add more detail to your Thanksgiving coloring page, start with a base color, and then layer on shading for depth. Use darker shades in the corners or undersides to give the elements a 3D effect. For example, if you’re coloring a turkey, use varying shades of brown to highlight the different textures of the feathers. Try adding some festive background, like a fall landscape or a decorated table setting.
Are there any significant symbols of Thanksgiving I should pay attention to while coloring?
Yes, there are many symbols associated with Thanksgiving such as the Cornucopia which symbolizes abundance and plenty, turkey as the main feast, Pilgrims and Native Americans as the originators of the feast. You might also want to add other autumn elements like squash, pumpkins, and leaves, or design a festive table setting with traditional foods like pies and roasted vegetables.
Can you provide some interesting facts about Thanksgiving that I could incorporate into my art?
Sure, Thanksgiving was made a national holiday by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 during the Civil war and was originally celebrated on the last Thursday of November. The day was moved to the fourth Thursday in November by President Franklin D Roosevelt in 1939 to extend the holiday shopping season. As a fun fact, Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the bald eagle so you can highlight the turkey in your artwork as a fun tribute to this piece of trivia.
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