Doodle colouring pages are relaxing, lots of fun and enjoyed by kids and adults alike, and there's lots of detail to colour on this 2018 doodle page. A great way to pass some time waiting for midnight on New Year's Eve!
Doodle pages are a great way to get the kids' imagination flowing! We give them a frame, or an outline, or a hint, or a suggestion, or a little piece of the picture - and then we leave it up to them. We could also have named this page "Imaginative Drawing and Colouring Pages" - but that didn't exactly roll off the tongue!
We have found that doodle pages are a good idea for children who are less confident in their own drawing abilities, as they prompt them and give them guidance and a place to start.
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There is something missing in this garden scene - and that's the flowers! We've provided the stalks and now the kids need to draw on the flowers, and the colour the whole picture in.
We've provided an empty pond scene, just begging for some wildlife to be added - perhaps a frog or a toad, some fish, flies, dragonflies, butterflies ...
We've provided the background garden - now you provide the minibeasts! The kids can have fun placing all their favourite minibeasts in the picture and then colouring it in.
There is an extraordinary potion in a bottle in the Alice in Wonderland stories, which has a very strange effect on Alice. The bottle's label clearly says "Drink Me" – but your kids can design their own version with this doodle page.
What's cooking? The kids can have fun adding the barbecue ingredients to this fun summer doodle page!
This lovely page which two children enjoying some sunshine on the beach is fun to colour in just as it is - but it is even more fun if you add some details to the beach towels before colouring them in.
What would the best Easter egg in the world look like? Give this doodle page to the kids and find out!
Every bird bath needs some birds to drink from it, to make the scene complete. Children can fill in the details on this lovely doodle page and then colour it in.
What are you going to have for breakfast today? Get the kids to draw their ideal breakfast onto the table!
Maybe this broomstick belongs to a young wizard, or perhaps a scary old witch? Let imaginations go wild with our broomstick doodle page and ask the kids to finish the picture...
This simple Canada 150 doodle page has outline numbers for 150 for your children to get busy colouring and decorating with symbols of Canada. We've added a flag to start you off.
Carousel horses are traditionally filled with design and pretty paint colours and gilt details. How will your child choose to design their carousel horse?
Somebody is cooking up a spell in this cauldron! The kids can have fun finishing this creepy scene by adding a witch or two perhaps...
Every celebration is better with cake. This printable ask children to decorate a cake for Canada 150. What colours will they use? What decorations will they draw?
Children can really go to town decorating this porch for Halloween. The sky is the limit when you are drawing a design like this!
I created this printable for our Enid Blyton section but of course you can use it for any club, Enid Blyton-inspired or not! Encourage the children to try out various designs in each of the circles before picking one to recreate for "real" card badges.
How will the bride dress her bridesmaids? You can decide by adding some detail and colour to this pretty bridesmaid's dress!
Encourage the kids to let their imagination go wild with this design a butterfly colouring page - or use the blank to study real butterflies and capture their markings.
This simple doodle page allows children to design their very own chocolate bar and wrapper. It's perfect for Charlie and the Chocolate factory, of course!
If you could climb a ladder up into the clouds, what magic land would you find up there? Draw your picture write your magic land's name on the signpost.
Your children can be just like George and design their own 'marvellous medicine' with our worksheet. They will need to think about the ingredients they will use and what their medicine will do.
Will there be pages at the wedding? What will they wear? You can decide by adding some detail and colour to this smart page's outfit!
Summer is the perfect time for a picnic, and with this "doodle" page you can design your own. What will you pack into the picnic basket, and put on the plates? Make sure it is all delicious!
Ask the children to imagine what the best playground wide in the world would look like - and then draw or describe it here!
It's not often you get the chance to design your own postcard from scratch, but this doodle page invites the kids to do exactly that! When they have designed the front, they could add a message and address to the back and then colour the whole thing in.
Get the kids to draw out their best sandcastle on this fun sandcastle doodle page, and then colour it - and the borders - in. Reluctant artists can use the border sandcastles for inspiration.
Design a stamp to commemorate a special occasion or perhaps to celebrate your favourite hero or holiday! We've got two versions: one with the Queen's silhouette in the corner, just like a real British stamp; and one blank. Just print and start designing!
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...
Design a T-shirt for Dad for Father's Day or just for fun any time. What does Dad love most? What are his favourite colours?
What sort of tea cup would you want to drink from at the Mad Hatter's tea party? Kids can use this doodle page to draw their own design and colour it in. I suggest a little crazy and definitely colourful would be best!
What would your perfect ice cream sundae be? Children can draw and label their own perfect ice cream on this design an ice cream sundae printable.
Use this printable activity to study Islamic design before giving the kids an opportunity to design their own Islamic prayer mat using the principles they have discovered.
Here are two children ready to go to a Halloween party. It's your child's job to dress them up appropriately! Have fun with some really spectactular costumes - either dressing the kids themselves or hanging a costume on each hanger...
We've provided the outlines of lots of pretty butterflies. Now all the kids need to do is draw on some symmetrical designs and then colour them in!
Design your own crest printable page for kids - use it to create your own Hogwarts crest or for your own club, society or pretend school.
Print out some copies of this "design your own hoodie" printable and see what the kids can come up with!
Give the kids a go at designing their own special jumper! They could draw a design on the front, or perhaps come up with an all-over pattern...
Many children have exciting pair of socks to put on in the morning! But what would they choose if they could design their own?
If the kids could own any sweater, what would it look like? Find out with the help of this fun "design your own" printable!
Children can use this printable to design their own T-shirt, perhaps for a special occasion, or for everyday wear, or even as part of their own school uniform!
Here's a completely plain rugby jersey and shorts - just waiting for you to design your own rugby kit!
Print our Easter bunny doodle page which asks the kids to draw the Easter bunny and colour in the pretty Easter border.
This Easter doodle page encourages the children to draw a special Easter picture - and then perhaps colour in the pretty border design.
Get thekids to fill all the containers on this Easter table full of fun things to eat! Cakes and pastries, Easter eggs and boiled eggs and more...
Feeding the ducks at the pond or river is such a childhood treat, and if you can play with a boat too ... well what more could one ask! The only problem is that the ducks are missing from this doodle page. Get the kids to fill them in and colour in the whole scene.
This doodle page is extra fun because it combines a doodle drawing - putting the face on the Frankenstein monster - and a "how many words" puzzle!
Encourage some healthy food imagination with this fruit salad doodle page, which asks the kids to draw in their favourite fruits before colouring in the picture.
This funny ghost is feeling lonely and needs some ghostly companions. Can the kids draw some? Let them use their imaginations and get creative!
We've provided the graveyard scene - now you provide the ghosts and ghouls! The kids can have fun completing this scary scene then colouring it in.
These spooky bats look like they need some friends! Ask the children to fill in and colour a sky full of bats, perfect for Halloween...
Ask the children to imagine what they might find in a creepy Halloween chest - then get them to finish the picture!
I know that Dracula usually sleeps in a coffin ... but who does your children want to sleep in this one? They might draw a vampire, or they might come up with something completely different ...
On this doodle page for Halloween we've provided two simple Halloween frames for the kids to colour in, and fill with a picture of themself and their best friend in Halloween costumes!
There are two sets of feet on this Halloween doodle page - and all that is missing is your child's imagination, to fill in what goes above them!
You can get a hint of whose feet they are on this doodle page - but that doesn't mean that the kids need to go along with what we've hinted! Who or what will they draw?
We've provided the basics for a spread for your Halloween party - but the kids can fill in the details on this fun Halloween doodle page!
The kids can design their own Halloween party invitations on this doodle page - both front and back. Suggest that they really go to town!
Encourage the kids to let their imagination go wild and draw a spooktastic haunted house on the hill - then colour it in too!
This lovely doodle page for Halloween asks children to draw a spooky face in each of the windows of the haunted house, then draw a portrait of its owner! It's a fun way for the kids to use their imagination...
Someone is coming out of this spooky front door from the haunted house. Who could it be? The kids can have fun using their imagination to draw in the answer...
Someone is looking in this spooky haunted house mirror. Who could it be? Children can really have some fun drawing in whoever - or whatever - it is!
This fun ice-cream doodle page asks children to draw their ice-cream on top of the cone. Add scoops, wafers, fruit, sprinkles, flakes and whatever else you can think of to make the ice-cream cone really special, and then colour it in!
These Jack 'o' lanterns look like plain vegetables at the moment - so they need the kids to draw some scary faces on them to get them ready for Halloween!
Ask the kids to draw pumpkins around these scary faces for a fun Halloween activity, and maybe have an orange crayon handy so they can colour them in too...?
Draw a picture to illustrate what you are giving up for Lent - or perhaps use this doodle page as a writing frame instead.
This little girl is eating a lollipop! Get the kids to draw it in and colour the picture. Maybe it is a chocolate bunny or egg lollipop for Easter?
What is in the nest? Draw a picture to show what you see ... perhaps some chicks for spring, eggs for Easter - or maybe even a baby dragon!
Kids can use this fun pancake doodle page to design their perfect pancake topping! Draw - or write - your recipe on the page.
What would you pack into the perfect picnic? Think about it - and then draw it in! When you are done, colour in the picture. We've provided the outline of an old-fashioned basket on this picnic doodle page.
Children can add all the details into this playground scene before they colour it in. After all, every playground needs some children!
Imagine if you had your own book of spells - what would you call it? This doodle page lets the kids create their own spellbook cover from scratch, with room to draw and write on the front and back.
Every spider needs a web! Ask the kids to draw a web for the spider on our doodle page - a great way to encourage reluctant artists...
We've provided the webs, now you provide the spiders! The kids can have fun drawing spiders all over the webs then colouring in the picture too...
Here's a doodle page with a difference! We've provided 2 examples of the word Halloween written in spooky letters. Now it's the kids' turn to design their own Halloween sign using their own spooky letters.
Add leaves and blossom to this spring tree - a fun doodle colouring page for children! Of course you could also choose to add red and orange leaves, ready for autumn...
Design a stained glass window, using the frame we provide. Children could come up with an abstract, modern design, or perhaps illustrate a bible story. Crosses would be particularly appropriate for an Easter-themed stained glass window.
What does a tree look like in summer? This summer tree doodle page asks children to add in the details - leaves, fruit or flowers perhaps - before colouring in the picture.
This fun doodle page asks children to draw the sunflowers on top of the sunflower stalks before colouring in the picture! And to help them along, one little boy is imagining just what his prize-winning sunflower looks like...
Who is at the pool? Kids can have fun filling in some details on this swimming pool doodle page before colouring it in - perhaps adding some sunbathers to the chairs, and children in the pool. And how about some inflatable toys?
Children can draw or write about the best dream they can imagine having on this lovely printable page, which comes in two versions - one "framed" and one borderless.
If your child had a ticket to go anywhere at all, where would he or she go? Use this ticket doodle page to find out! Perhaps they could add a design to the ticket based on the place they are going - real or imaginery.
So we all know that the best thing about Halloween is the sweets or candy, don't we? Here's a fun activity for the kids, who can draw in the best stash of candy they can possibly imagine on this Halloween doodle page!
We've provided a fun Halloween border for the kids to colour in, and space to draw a picture of themselves and their friends or family heading off to go trick or treating...
This is a doodle page with a difference! Kids can use this page to draw a map of where they are going trick of treating this Halloween. Of course, it doesn't have to be a real map - they could be going trick or treating anywhere their imagination takes them!
Kids can have some fun designing the front picture and back message and address on this vacation postcard doodle page. Address it to a friend, a famous person, or a favourite book character, perhaps?
Add some extra Halloween creatures to this picture before you colour it in! This page is included in our My Halloween Doodle Book, in the shop.
The children can get creative by designing this spooky gravestone - perfect for Halloween. Perhaps there is a crest, or a carving, or an epitaph on it?
Add some pretty flowers to the window box with this lovely doodle page ... perfect for spring or summer!
Who can draw the ugliest witch using our witch doodle page? Remember to include some horrible features like warts - and you can colour the face in green if you like, or another gruesome colour...
Every witch needs her cat companion, but this witch seems to have lost hers! Can the kids draw one for her sitting on the broomstick, then colour in the picture too?
I'm sure there is something missing from this picture ... what could it be? Or who could it be? Can the kids draw in the owner of this witch's hat? Providing a starting point makes the drawing all the more fun!