Our pretty Christmas angel needs colouring in, and the kids need to match the colours to the patterns as shown on the key below the picture!
Colour by Pattern
These "colour by pattern" sheets are were a special request and have proved very popular here at Activity Village. They really test children's observational skills! Rather than colour by number, colour by following the pattern key included on each printable colouring page. Explore by specific collection or browse our complete collection below.
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Colour in this picture of the baby Jesus, lying in the manger, using the colour and pattern key below.
The BFG (Big Friendly Giant) is one of Roald Dahl's most popular and well-loved characters. He is said to be three times as tall as an ordinary man! Colour in this picture of the BFG using the colour and pattern key below.
Colour in this picture of children opening their presents in front of the Christmas tree, using the colour and pattern key below.
Here's a new way to colour in a Christmas picture - by matching the patterns on the picture with the colours in the key!
Colour in this fun picture of a dentist, complete with toothbrush and toothpaste, using the pattern key as a guide to which colour to use.
Our first Easter colour by pattern page provides three Easter eggs with five different patterns on them. Identify the patterns and then colour the eggs according to our key.
Our second Easter egg colour by pattern page provides three more eggs, with 5 patterns to find and match.
Here is the third - and hardest - of our Easter colour by pattern pages, with three more pretty Easter eggs and 8 different patterns to identify and colour!
George taught his evil grandma a lesson using his special homemade marvellous medicine! Use the pattern code to colour in the picture of George mixing his remedy.
You've heard of "colour by number" - now try "colour by pattern" for our Christmas picture of Joseph.
Here's a fun way to colour in a lollipop lady! Just match the patterns and colours on the key below...
Matilda is a very popular Roald Dahl character with children and adults alike. She's an intelligent and courageous girl who loves to read, but her parents don't appreciate that she's a genius. She eventually uses her powers to turn the tables on her parents and cruel head teacher!
Mr Twit and his equally horrible wife spend most of their time playing horrible tricks on each other, and on anyone else unfortunate enough to cross their path! Mr Twit has a filthy, unwashed beard full of disgusting things! Colour in his picture using the colour and pattern key below.
Mrs Twit is Mr Twit's ugly and mean wife. This despicable couple play cruel tricks on each other and anyone else unfortunate enough to come across them! Colour in this picture of her using the colour and pattern key below.
Colour in this picture of a Native American boy, matching the colours you use to the patterns according the key we have given you. Something a little different!
Colour in this cute Native American girl, matching the colours and patterns we have given in the key below.
Here's a fun picture of a Pilgrim boy to colour in by pattern, using the colours in the key below. Something a little different!
Colour in this lovely picture of a Pilgrim girl, using the key below and the patterns for reference.
Colour in this funny snail - who looks very settled on top of his apple - using the pattern and colour grid as a guide.
Colour in this lovely picture of a Thanksgiving turkey and pumpkins, using the key below to match the colours and patterns. Something different to try!
Here's a fun picture of a vet looking after an injured puppy. Colour it in by matching the patterns with the patterns and colours on the key.
Willy Wonka is the most extraordinary chocolate maker in the world, creating magical sweet delights from his weird and wonderful chocolate factory.
Here is our wise man colouring picture, but this time we would like the kids to colour him in using the pattern and colour key underneath!