Younger children can shade in this black kite colouring page, or splodge on some black paint! Older children might prefer to trace or colour in the letters of the word "black" and then look for, or draw, a picture of something black beneath the word.
Colour Colouring Pages - Kites
Colour in these kite colouring pages and learn your colours at the same time. When done, cut the kites out and put them on display.
Colour the kite brown and add it to your collection of kite colour colouring pages. Alternatively, colour the letters of the word, and get the kids to cut and stick something brown beneath.
Colour the gray kite - or colour the word gray and look for a gray picture to cut and stick below it.
Colour a green kite, cut out and display. Or, for beginner readers, colour the word "green" and look for a picture to cut and stick underneath the word.
Colour in the kite - or perhaps just the word - in grey. If you just do the word there would be space for cutting and sticking a picture of something grey beneath it.
The youngest children will enjoy practising their crayoning skills as they colour in our kite outline - in orange of course! Older children can colour in the word and then look for an orange picture to cut out and stick beneath it, or perhaps do a drawing and colour it in.
Use this pink kite colouring page with younger children for some simple colouring fun. When kids are learning to read and write, they could colour in the word pink, then find a pink picture in a magazine to cut out and stick beneath the word.
Little kids can colour in this kite when learning about the colour purple. Older children might like to colour in the word and then find a purple picture to cut out and stick below the word.
Colour this kite red, or perhaps find a picture of something red in a magazine, cut it out and stick it underneath the word.
As colouring in a white kite isn't very easy, you might want to get the children to draw something that is mostly white - a snowman, icicle, snowflake, fridge - on this kite colouring page.