What sort of colours do you think represent sounds that the word "bang" makes? This is a fun colouring exercise for onomatopoeic word.
Bonfire Night Colouring Pages
Celebrate Bonfire Night with our colouring pages! You'll find firework displays, bonfires, kids playing with sparklers, and even a "Penny For The Guy" scene from earlier times. We have some simple outline colouring pages with words underneath for younger children, and some lovely detailed scenes for older kids to colour in.
Three children wrapped up warm for a November night watch fireworks in this bonfire night colouring page for younger children.
Children roast sausages and play with sparklers around a bonfire in this fun Bonfire Night colouring page.
Cut out the little images and paste them into the correct position before colouring in the fun Bonfire Night picture... lots of skills practised, lots of fun had!
Boom is a wonderful onomatopoeic word, and the kids can really have fun colouring it in to make the page as boom-like as possible!
What colours do you think the word "crackle" sounds like? Colour in this word art colouring page to match the sound…
A simple picture of fireworks for kids to print and colour, with the word underneath. Useful for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year, Diwali or Canada Day!
This lovely colouring page of a fireworks display lighting up the sky has so much detail to colour in, making it perfect for older kids and also suitable for adults. When the colouring is done why not add a touch of glitter or some sequins for added sparkle!
This simple fireworks colouring page is perfect for embellishing with gel pens, glitter and bright flourescent colours!
Will your child colour this word art colouring page to match the fizz sound drinks can makes when you open it, or the fizz of a firework in the sky? They can get really creative with their colours!
Guy Fawkes was arrested in the basement beneath the House of Lords on November 5th, the day he was about to light the gunpowder!
This colouring page is ideal for older kids learning about the gunpowder plotters and the origins of Bonfire night. Colour in the pictures of the men involved in the Gunpowder plot, and maybe try to learn their names too?
Here's a fun, simple colouring page of Guy Fawkes, notorious for the Gunpowder Plot of the 17th Century. Click the link below for our printable version.
Guy Fawkes looks deep in thought on this colouring page, maybe thinking about how he and his fellow conspirators will carry out the Gunpowder Plot?
Two children play with sparklers against a backdrop of fireworks in this Bonfire Night colouring page. Simple outlines make it suitable for younger children.
This colouring page features a detailed portrait of King James 1 sat in his robes, ideal for older kids to colour in. Perfect for topic work on British Kings and Queens...
Our James 1 portrait colouring page has a splendid gold gilded frame, so once the kids have coloured in the picture of the first Stuart monarch it will be perfect for a Royal display!
Here's a penny for the guy colouring page, showing this age-old English tradition for Bonfire Night.
What does the word POP look like in colour? Here is a fun way to find out. Whichever colours you choose, make sure that the word pops out of the page!
Here's a fun rocket colouring page with word underneath the picture, perfect for 4th July, Bonfire Night or New Year and other celebrations when fireworks are required!
Set off some fireworks and rockets to bring in the New Year or celebrate Bonfire Night or perhaps Independence Day! Print off this colouring page and enjoy with the children...
Scroll down for a simple sparkler colouring page with word underneath picture for 4th July, Bonfire Night or New Year's Eve - just print and colour!