Clothing Colouring Pages
Colour in various items of clothing and our set of children dressed in different clothes according to the seasons. Lots more to come soon, too...
Add some design details to this pretty summer sundress before colouring it in. Will it have stripes, or flowers, or dots, or something else entirely?
This boy is ready for summer - but perhaps the kids can add some design elements to his Tshirt and shorts before they colour him in?
This hat would be great at keeping the sun off your face - but it could be prettier or more striking! Get the kids to add some extra design elements before they colour it in.
Here's a fun way of reminding children that it is important to keep covered up when the sun is strong. This sunhat doodle page asks them to design their own cap. Perhaps they could add a sporting logo, or some fun words on the front? Or maybe they are in to spots or stripes or stars...
Here's a colouring page featuring two very fashionable ladies, perhaps modelling at a fashion show? Use your pens or crayons to make their outfits bright and colourful.
I would love a fancy pair of flip flops like these! I wonder what colours the kids will choose for the pattern?
When it's cold outside a thick pair of gloves is essential - and here's a good pair for the kids to colour in!
Get dressed for winter in this woolly hat and scarf! The kids can colour it in any colour combination they like.
Here's a simple colouring page of a Scottish kilt, complete with sporran, to print for the kids to colour in.
Here's the left mitten in large size. Use as a writing frame, colouring page, template or decoration (print onto coloured card or paper). How about printing a set, lettering them and hanging as winter bunting?
Here's a large sized mitten to use as a writing frame in your winter projects - or perhaps a colouring page. You could also use it as a template, or print it out onto coloured paper or card to decorate the board or your winter classroom. How about making a set of mitten flashcards?
Younger children can colour in this pair of mittens, then cut them out for display or perhaps "left and right" activities.
Here is a really challenging tracing activity for children - two lovely winter mittens! Once they have carefully traced over all the dotted lines, they miight enjoy colouring them in too.
This printable has a pair of mittens - perfect as a writing frame for winter writing projects, or as a colouring page.
Here's a simple colouring page with three party hats, suitable for younger children for birthdays, New Year and other celebrations.
There are three different styles of shoes for the kids to colour in on this fun colouring pages - shoes for all different occasions!
Winter means ice, and ice means ice-skating, and ice-skaters need skates! here's a simple colouring page for the kids.
This fun colouring page lets you choose the colours for this lovely sun hat - be as bright and bold as you like!
Everybody's gone surfing! Ask the kids to grab their crayons and colour in this surfer and beach accessories...
Will children colour this top hat colouring page in traditional black or grey or go for brighter colours?
Here's a simple outline watch colouring page to print for the kids to colour in. Click the link below for the printable version.
This fun wellies doodle colouring card has lots of detail, so it should appeal to older kids and adults too! Simply print onto some card, enjoy colouring in the picture, then fold.
Pass some time on a rainy day by colouring in the pair of wellies on this doodle page - great fun for older kids and adults too!
The children in this colouring picture are definitely dressed up for a cold winter's day! This is just one of a set of similar colouring pages showing the way we dress around the year.
It's fun to go outside in the winter, as long as you are dressed warmly! Here is a simple colouring page featuring a cute wooly hat and mittens. The outlines are simple so you could cut these out once coloured in, for display.
There are double lines in this winter hat tracing page to give the kids lots of practice! Either trace over all of them, or use them as a "channel" and trace between.