The cute rabbit on this alphabet colouring page is bound to help the kids learn the letter 'R'!
British Wildlife Colouring Pages
Whether you are studying wildlife at school, are working on a wildlife project, or you just love animals, we hope you'll enjoy these British wildlife colouring pages!
Autumn is the busiest time of year for squirrels when they forage around for nuts and acorns, just like on this colouring page...
Colouring cards are the perfect way to show that you've made some effort for someone by carefully colouring in a picture just for them! This colouring card features a lovely woodland scene with three badgers.
There are three colours and therefore three numbers on this bat colour by number page, making it perfect for younger children. It's a fun project for Halloween...
Here's a fun bat colouring page to print for younger kids to colour in, with simple outlines and a cheeky face!
This bat colouring page certainly doesn't feature the scary type of bat - but rather the loveable sort! Colour him in and cut him out for a cute Halloween display - especially if you do more than one!
This is most definitely our cutest bat colouring page of many! When the kids have coloured him in, why not cut him out and put him on display? Lots of lovely bats hanging from the ceiling or windows would make a fun Halloween display.
Kids can colour this cute card for Halloween this year and give the finished card to friends or family. Although there is a fair amount of detail, I think younger kids will still enjoy having a go at it.
Colour in this lovely countryside night-time scene - perfect for Halloween! The kids can have fun adding some Halloween colour to the sky on this one.
Each of these British garden birds colouring pages has a small picture of the bird in the top corner so the children can copy the correct coloured markings when they colour the picture in.
Kids can colour in this cute picture of a bunny - perfect for Easter or any time - but first they need to solve some simple sums to work out the right colours to use!
The beauty of the deer is captured in this simple deer colouring page, suitable for younger kids. Letters spell out the word underneath the picture.
Our colouring cards make an extra special greetings card for friends and family, especially if the kids do their best colouring! This one features a woodland scene with two lovely deer.
These are my two favourite Doodle Pattern Tiles! I've seen some really fun designs done with the owl in particular. Kids can fill in each section of the design with their choice of doodle or pattern, using black and white pen or a mixture of colours.
Our Doodle Pattern Tiles encourage children to get really creative with their patterns and designs! Here are two more tiles, featuring a simple bat outline and a rather lovely fish.
Here's a second fox colouring page - and this is definitely a cheeky fox that the kids will hopefully enjoy colouring in!
Did you know that a group of foxes is known as a skulk, a leash or an earth? There is definitely a skulk of foxes in this foxes colouring page, all in a jumble. Once the kids have coloured them in, maybe they could count them...
Print this pretty card out, colour it in and fold in half. It's perfect for autum or winter or for wildlife lovers any time of year...
This is a lovely scene for the kids to colour in, showing a mother fox in her next with her babies. There's lots of detail to keep it interesting.
Do some research to colour in the little pictures of popular garden birds correctly - or just use whatever colours you like with younger children and have fun!
Print this hedgehog scene colouring card onto white card stock (using your printer's borderless settings if possible) and fold in half for the kids to colour in.
The children will enjoy colouring in the lovely illustrations on this life cycle of a bat colouring page, including some bats hanging upside down!
Colour in this life cycle of the hedgehog colouring page - starting from hibernating hedgehog snug in its winter nest, through mating, hoglets, feeding in autumn and back to hibernating!
Considering that adult owls are such large birds, baby owls (known as owlets) are often very small. We've drawn the lifecycle of these majestic birds on a single page for the children to colour in.
This simple life cycle of an owl colouring page shows how owls hatch from eggs into tiny owlets that then grow into these magnificent large birds.
Have fun colouring in the moles scene on this colouring card, then send to a friend or family member!
Did you know that moles can dig up to 18 feet in one hour? They might have dug quite a long way in the time it takes to colour in this picture!
Here's a cute otter for the kids to colour in. Perhaps they could use lots of little strokes to show his fur?
This simple owl colour by number is a little trickier than most of our colour by number pages, with more detail to colour in. We've suggested 2 colours of brown to give depth to the owl's feathers.
Here's a lovely, simple owl colouring page for younger children, with big bold lines. Once you've coloured him in, why not cut him out to display. Imagine a whole family of owls on the board, sitting on a branch cut from brown construction paper...
Here is a lovely "parliament" of owls to colour in, with all sorts of pretty details to keep you busy.
Here's another circle of pretty owls to colour in. There are so many lovely details on these! I'm fond of the sleepy owls...
Here's a delightful rabbit colouring page aimed at younger children, ready to print out and enjoy! He's perfect as the Easter bunny, too!
This cheeky rabbit colouring page is perfect for younger children to colour in for Chinese New Year or Easter, or anytime a rabbit is required!
A simple rabbit colouring page with word underneath, perfect for younger children to colour in for Easter, pet studies or Year of the Rabbit.
Did you know that there is an island in Japan nicknamed 'rabbit island' because so many rabbits live there? You can create your own rabbit island by colouring in this very cute rabbits circle colouring page...
Everyone loves rabbits, so print out, fold then colour in this card and send to someone to brighten their day!
Colouring postcards are really lovely to receive, as you know someone has spent time colouring the picture just for you! This pretty colouring card features two little robins, so it's great to send to someone at Christmas.
Did you know that each robin has a unique breast pattern? You can give each of the cute robins on this colouring card a unique red breast, then give the card to someone special.
Each section of this squirrel picture is numbered so that, by following the colour key, the kids can colour in a beautiful image to be proud of. Choose from UK and US versions.
Most squirrels gather nuts and acorns in autumn to keep them going through the winter. The funny cartoon squirrel on our colouring page is gathering flowers instead!
This funny squirrel looks like he's enjoying an afternoon rest on a log in the forest, before hurrying off to start collecting nuts and acorns again! We hope the kids enjoy colouring it in.
This colouring page is all about autumn! There's a squirrel collecting acorns and a toadstool to colour in, too.
Print out squirrels scene colouring card onto A4 card or paper using your borderless settings, then the kids can colour it in for someone special! A perfect card for an autumn or winter birthday, perhaps?
We hope the kids will enjoy this squirrels colouring page, with a group of squirrels collecting food for the winter and storing it in their nests.
There's lots of different wildlife to colour in on this beautiful circle colouring page, including foxes, owls, rabbits, deer and even a toadstool with a face!
Have some fun colouring in this delightful winter woodland colouring card, then send to someone you love to brighten up a winter's day!