I’m excited about a new series that I’ll be sharing over the next year that even though August is half way done, I couldn’t wait to just share in September instead. Each month, I’ll be sharing a free printable saints coloring book!
Even though I got a late start on it for August (because of back to school time, which included two of my kids getting learners permits and one getting a job!), I plan to have the September one ready soon. My plan is to get it out just before September starts. In fact, I then hope that I’ll be able to also offer you the option to purchase a bundle for the whole year at that point, in case you don’t want to wait for one each month.
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August Saints Coloring Book Printable Set
The August Saints Coloring Book Printable has a cover that can be colored and then includes six coloring pages (they are half sheets of paper, so two fit on each standard 8.5×11 piece of paper) of saints who have feast days in August, with each page including a border that can be colored in and the saint’s name and feast day.
Saints included in the August coloring book:
- Saint Rose of Lima
- Saint Maximilian Kolbe
- Saint Augustine
- Saint Monica
- Saint Clare
- Saint Dominic
How to Construct Your Saints Coloring Pages to Make a Book
You have a few options for putting together your saints coloring book. I don’t know about you, but I love having options. I declared myself our family’s Ideas and Options Generator. They decided it’s like my job title.
So, here are the options that I have for you on this coloring book:
1. Print this on two pages using duplex printing
If your printer allows for duplex printing (or you are cool with how to manually do this with your printer – it’s different on all of them, so I can’t really help there), you can print the first page of the book on one side of the paper and the second page of the book on the other side of the paper. Then, do the same with one piece of paper and the third and four page of the book.
Once I had my two double-sided pages ready, I just folded them in half and made them into a book. I used my long reach stapler to fasten them together in the middle. Easy peasy.
Or, you can always just fold them together and then use a regular stapler to staple the fold together. So many options.
2. Print the pages single-sided and cut them apart
If you don’t want to mess with double-sided copying or you just don’t want the coloring pages to be back-to-back, you can print out the four pages of the printable and cut them in half to get your eight page coloring book. Then, just assemble in the order of your choosing and staple them together.
3. Don’t make them in to a book at all
Follow the second suggestion up until that stapling part. This is good if you only want to give kids one half-page at a time.
This download is free for personal, classroom, co-op, or church use. Real Life at Home copyright information must remain on the pages Although church use is allowed, It may not be put into church bulletins or newsletters.
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