Brighten up the classroom with a bit of green using these printable leaf templates. If you’re a student, teacher or parent, you’re free to use these leaf printables for your educational projects and crafts. Cut and paste these leaves for posters, scrapbooks, artwork, and other creative projects. These printables may also be useful for teaching preschoolers about the seasons, especially spring and fall.
Below you will find a bunch of random leaves I found while walking my dog in the morning. When I got home, I scanned the leaves and outlined them in Adobe Illustrator. And here’s the result, ready for you to print:)
To download a leaf template, click on a leaf image. This will take you to the download page in the Printables Library. To print, open the jpeg file in an image viewing program and press print. Be to scale the image to fit it to your paper size.
Next, we have some line illustrations of four different leaves. The first leaf is a lobed oak leaf. The second leaf is from a magnolia tree. The third leaf is a maple leaf, and the last leaf is from another oak.
Leaf Pictures – Color
Here are the color versions of the leaves. Each leaf has a subtle gradient on it, making the image look vibrant and fresh. Print these if you don’t want to color the leaves yourself.
Printable Leaf Coloring Pages
Below you will find two leaf coloring pages for kids. The first depicts a collection of oak, magnolia and maple leaves. The second has the four different leaves collected on one page.
You can also find all these printables in the Shape Templates section of the Printables Library.
Each of these printables may be used for personal and educational purposes only. Commercial use is prohibited. These leaf printables are copyright (c) Dutch Renaissance Press LLC. They were created by Tim van de Vall using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.