Use these Red Ribbon Week coloring pages as a fun art activity with your students.
🖍️ Red Ribbon Week Coloring Pages
What are your plans for Red Ribbon Week? Do you have an idea ready for when Red Ribbon Week rolls around at the end of October? Look no further! Teach Starter has created a collection of coloring sheets that are easy to use as a Red Ribbon Week activity. Included you will find the following pages:
- Say No to Drugs
- Red Ribbon Week 2022 – Celebrate Life. Live Drug Free
- Pledge to Be Drug Free
Through this activity, students will put their creativity to work to create a beautiful piece of artwork during Red Ribbon Week!
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How to Use This Resource in Your Classroom
Mindful coloring has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety in children (and adults!). These coloring pages can help calm students who struggle with attention and anxiety.
When students are finished with their sheets, consider making a classroom collage with all of the coloring pages to hang in your classroom or on a bulletin board.
✏️ Drawing Inspiration
Do you have students who are hesitant to participate in drawing activities? They either don’t think they’re good enough at drawing or can’t think of anything to create!
The funky designs on this coloring sheet are not just good for filling with color, and they’re also great for providing your students with some drawing inspiration!
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
Use the Download button to access the black-and-white PDF version of this resource.
Don’t stop there! We’ve got more activities and resources that cut down on lesson planning time:
Help your students pledge to stay drug-free with a Red Ribbon Week Top 10 Template.
Inspire your students to make good choices and keep them safe from drugs and alcohol with a Red Ribbon week worksheet.
Use these Red Ribbon Week mindful coloring bookmarks as a fun art activity with your students.