Free Apple Coloring Page from Art with Jenny K.

Free Apple Coloring Page from Art with Jenny K.

Can be used for Not Grade Specific students.

Includes: PDF, 10 pages

Free download of one of my interactive coloring sheets (apple). This “Meet and Teach” resource will provide you with a bit of information about me personally and give you something you can use right away to integrate art into your classroom!

1. MEET JENNY K. Learn about Jenny Knappenberger (Art with Jenny K).

2. TEACH Use one of my interactive coloring sheets right away. I’ve also included the same design pattern-filled for younger students and to easily differentiate with your students. You will also find some writing prompts, blank (no prompt) writing paper, handouts, instructions, and an example.


Teachers love my coloring pages too, and that’s why I made some just for teachers. They are free and can be foundby clicking here.


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You don’t have to be an art teacher to infuse art into your classroom—you just need to know one (and that someone is me!). Thank you for supporting my work and infusing your classroom with art!

Jenny K.


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I used this with kids I babysit as a break during distance learning. They loved it! It lead to a great conversation about pop art and allowed them to learn something new all while giving them a nice brain break from their school work.

We don’t have an art teacher. This was a great way to for me to introduce lines to my students. They LOVE it! We can’t wait to see the final product.


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