Carrier pigeons were absolutely crucial during the war and for the planning and execution of D-Day! 32 pigeons even won a medal - the Dickin Medal - for their service. We thought we would celebrate their extraordinary contribution to the war effort with this colouring page.
This D-Day colouring page shows Allied airplanes flying over France. 24,000 troops were dropped by parachute (together with many thousands of dummies) behind enemy lines, to destroy bridges, capture or destory gun batteries and link up with Allied forces coming inwards from the beaches.
This colouring page depicts troops arriving on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. 5,000 ships delivered the troops to 5 key beaches over a 50 mile stretch of the coast. When they came ashore they faced enemy fire, mines, barbed wire and other defences.
The kids will need to use their addition, subtraction or multiplication skills to work out the sums and colour in the picture of the caterpillar. A fun way to practise sums!
Find out the colour of the snail's shell by working out the sums and following the key provided to colour in the picture. We've got 6 versions to choose from below (2 addition, 2 subtraction, 2 multiplication).
Can the kids create a tasty ice cream treat by working out the simple sums and colouring in the picture using the key? We've got two addition, two subtraction and two multiplication worksheets to choose from below.
Light up the sun by solving the simple sums and colouring in the picture using the key. Choose from 6 versions below (2 addition, 2 subtraction and 2 multiplication).
Learning maths is fun when you're colouring in a picture too! Can the kids solve the simple sums (choose from two addition, two subtraction or two multiplication versions), then colour in the picture using the key to help them?
This is one of our trickier maths facts colouring pages, but the kids will be rewarded with a beautiful butterfly if they solve the sums correctly.