All Saints’ Day will be coming up before we know it, so it seemed like a great time to come out with an All Saints’ Day Coloring Page Free Printable. This one is not your typical coloring page, however, as it’s set up more like a Litany of Saints Mini Book.
Okay, so it’s not exactly like the actual Litany of Saints prayer. But, instead, it was inspired by it. The printable makes a six-page All Saints’ Day mini book featuring five saints and a cover page. Of course, since it doesn’t specifically mention All Saints’ Day, you can use it any time of year. Bonus!
Depending on the age of the children you are doing this All Saints’ Day coloring page mini book with, you might also want to grab the All Saints’ Day word search printable as an extra activity.
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Okay, now back to the All Saints’ Day mini book printable.
How to Put Together the All Saints’ Day Coloring Page Mini Book
Version One: Cutting and Stapling the All Saints’ Day Mini Book
I set up this printable with two different options for construction. The first is self-explanatory. You can just cut all six pages of the All Saints’ Day mini book and staple them together.
The order of the pages is not important, as long as you’ve put the cover on the front.
In the downloadable file, there are two versions of the printable. There are instructions in the packet, so be careful that you are using the right page for your desired construction method. In the version for cutting them up and stapling them, all of the pages are the same size.
Version Two: Folding the All Saints’ Day Mini Book
For the folding version, make sure to consult the packet directions so you print out the correct page for it. While you certainly can do the folding with either version, in the version specifically for folding, the Saint Andrew and Saint Agatha pages are slightly smaller, which allows for an easier and cleaner fold.
You’ll actually still have to cut out the border around the mini book either way. However, with the folding version, that is the only cutting you’ll do. This is what you will have after you have cut the border off from around the mini book.
After you have done that step, you’ll fold the All Saints’ Day coloring page in half on the longest line. Or, from my days of teaching elementary school – fold it like a hot dog bun.
In the picture below, the side that has Saint Peter, Saint Teresa of Calcutta, and Saint Andrew is now folded under. They are now also right side up!
Next, you will fold on the line between Saint Agatha and Saint Francis of Assisi. You’ll fold in, making sure that you are folding the page of Saint Andrew toward the page of Saint Teresa of Calcutta.
Lastly, you will fold on the line between Saint Francis of Assisi and the cover, bring the page with Saint Peter to be on top of the page of Saint Agatha.
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Ta da! You have your folding All Saints’ Day Mini Book!
All Saints’ Day Mini Book Construction Note: You can have kids color the pages before or after the mini book construction. That’s really your choice based on what you think will work best with your workflow. Younger children may need this constructed for them. Slightly older children will be able to do it on their own with instructions.
If you love having saint coloring pages, you’ll really love this whole set of 12 saint coloring books for the year.
The quick information on usage is that this printable is free to use for personal use, classroom/co-op use, and parish use – all in an already printed out format. So, this means, for example, that you cannot email the file to people or host it on a website. You also may not print it in a publication for mass distribution. (However, if you would like to use it in a bulletin for one single parish, please contact me.) If you have any questions regarding usage of this printable, please contact me!
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