Fun and educational candy corn coloring printable pages. Parents and teachers can help guide children to color the candy corn as needed! Or use as a candy corn stencil for arts and crafts this fall.
With Halloween fast approaching, get the kids ready for this fun October holiday with these free printable pdf pages.
Great for preschool, kindergarten, or any age that likes to enjoy candy corn and trick or treat related activities!
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Simply print what you need of these free candy corn coloring pages!
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Free Candy Corn Coloring
The pages are a great activity for little ones to work on motor skills with coloring. What a fun way to get in the fall spirit.
Simple/basic candy corn that can be used for coloring or stencils for Halloween crafts.
Halloween Candy Corn Coloring Page
This cute coloring page is very Halloween specific with the not-so-scary bats and candy corn.
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Adult Coloring Pages
I’ve even included a coloring page grown-ups can enjoy too! This fun page has more detailed images for the bigger kid to enjoy.
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Printable Candy Coloring Pages
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All five printables are downloaded together, but use only one if that is all you need.
Print as many as you need! One for a craft at home or several if using for a classroom project.
Candy Corn Facts
There is a bit of love/hate relationship with candy corn. I happen to love it, but I realize there are those that certainly do not.
Regardless of your feelings toward it, candy corn remains one of the most popular Halloween candies and has withstood the test of time, having been around for over a century.
- These cute orange, yellow, and white treats are in the shape of a corn kernel and were originally called “chicken feed“.
- National Candy Corn Day is October 30th.
- George Renninger is said to be the inventor of candy corn, but the candy was made into a hit when the Jelly Belly Candy Company (then Goelitz Candy Company) started creating it in 1898.
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Other Types of Candy Corn
While orange, yellow, and white are the traditional color of candy corn for Halloween, they are often made in other colors to celebrate other holidays.
- Thanksgiving: Brown, orange, and white
- Christmas: Green, red, and white
- Easter: Various shades of pastel colors for this tri-colored candy
- Valentine’s Day: Red, pink and white
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More Fall Crafts and Kids Activities
When the weather starts to get cooler, and indoor craft activity is the perfect thing. Take a look at these ideas.