"Twilight" is the first in the Twilight books series and that was made into box office smash movies. Twilight movies set off both vampire fiction and reader mania. Here are free printable Twilight coloring pages and Twilight movies and book activities. Fans of Stephanie Meyers and her Twilight books, including "Twilight", "New Moon", "Eclipse" and "Breaking Dawn" will enjoy coloring pages of Edward and Bella and other characters.
Hello Kids has dozens of free printable Twilight movies character coloring pages along with vampire fiction coloring pages. Here's another older site with free printable Twilight coloring pages. Most are fan-made coloring pages designed free hand or from movie photos. They're quite good. This blog has lots more free printable Twilight books coloring pages in a variety of styles.
Teachers and homeschool parents may like this complete free printable Twilight movies and books unit with 23 pages of literature based lessons, questions, journal response activities, puzzles, rubrics, study guides and lots more. Note Twilight movies and books should be used only for English classes 8th grade and up. This lessons print in pdf, so you will need to have Adobe Acrobat installed. None of these websites require user ID or password to access or print lessons.
Be careful if you use the Twilight movies and Twilight books as classroom lessons or activities. Some students may be frightened by the content. It's possible that parents will object to vampire fiction or sexual content in Twilight books. Horror is a genre studied in the reading curriculum in schools. And Twilight was a very popular book series that literally ushered in the niche genre of vampire fiction.
But you will want to prepare students for this type of content and be sensitive to their response to the literature. Just because you may love the series, remember that the movie was rated PG-13. Never belittle or admonish a child who is not comfortable reading any type of literature. Not wanting to read Twilight, vampire fiction or horror genre books does not imply immaturity; some children are very sensitive about what they read. This is usually because they are in fact very thorough readers and not desensitized to violence. You will also need to clear this book with department heads and let parents know that you plan to use the book series in class.