More Seaside Printables
More seaside printables here! Cut and stick our ice-cream activity for the seaside, play with our seaside paper dolls, and more!
Colourful bathing huts brighten up the beach on this printable playdough mat. Get out the playdough and your children can add their own huts making them as colourful as they can.
Give the children some sorting practice from smallest to largest (or vice versa) with these colourful beach balls. You can laminate the beach balls to make them a bit stronger and for repeated use if you prefer...
Use our beach hut from for some summer writing or drawing projects. Design your own beach hut or write about a trip to the beach.
Get out the playdough and have fun making a pretend beach scene on this printable playdough mat. Children can be creative making deckchairs, beach towels, parasols or anything they think they'd want for a day on the beach.
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.
Use our bucket and spade frame to record memories of a day at the seaside or to make plans for some building with sand. You could even use the frame as a colouring page. With four frames to choose from we are sure you can come up with many more uses.
Our crab printable jigsaw is a fun and portable activity. It would be a great way to entertain kids on a train ride to the seaside.
Get out the playdough and make some big pincers for this crab. Laminating our crab palydough mat will mean you can use it again.
It's always a bit sad not to be able to take sandcastles home but children can remember their creations by drawing them on our day at the beach picture galler printable.
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.
This fun ice-cream printable comes in both colour and black and white. Kids can cut out the different pieces and then assemble their own ice-cream creations! A fun colour, cut and stick activity.
With it's large pincers our cartoon crab is definitely more fun to draw than stand on. Use our printable step by step guide to learn to draw a crab and you'll soon be drawing.
Kids can have fun drawing along with our step by step tutorial on how to draw this cute donkey! Fun as part of a Christmas nativity scene or farmyard theme, perhaps?
This cheerful creature will brighten up any rainy day. When it's too wet to go to the beach why not have a go at our learn to draw a starfish tutorial and bring the beach to you?
Summer holidays often involve a visit to the seaside, and if yours does too, why not print out some copies of this "on the beach" colouring postcard for the kids to colour and send to family left behind?
While away a long day on the beach with the help of this fun scavenger hunt activity. Print one out for each child before you go and see what you can spot - perhaps dividing up into family teams! You might want laminate your pages and use a dry wipe pen so that they last the day!
If you can't get to the beach to do some rockpooling for yourself why not make a playdough rockpool on this fun rockpooling playdough mat.
If your children are planners like mine they are already thinking about what sandcastles they are going to construct before we even go on holiday so our sandcastle frames would make a lovely way for them to record their plans.
Slip our sandcastle jigsaw in an envelope and it is very easy to take away on holiday with you for those times where you can't be on the beach. Jigsaw instructions and cutting guides can be found here.
Make a sandcastle from playdough to complete this playdough mat. You could even make sand dough and decorate with shells.
Here's a cute seahorse template in a variety of sizes. It makes a useful guide for seahorse crafts, a simple colouring activity or maybe a writing frame.
There are 8 differnt seaside themed flags on our printable seaside bunting. Print on to card, cut out and fold the tab over some ribbon, gluing in place.
How lovely would this seaside bunting look hung on your tent or caravan? Laminate the flags and punch holes to thread the ribbon through if you want to hang outside.
Sort these pretty shells by size from smallest to largest, or largest to smallest. Once you've had a few goes with these shells you could try sorting some real ones next time you go to a beach?
Here's a colourful summer size sorting activity, and if you laminate the pieces you can use them over and over again. Cut out the bright and cheerful pictures, laminate if you prefer, then ask the children to sort them onto the mats.
These bookmarks are just too cute to choose between - maybe you will have to colour in all four! Personally the kids on the beach towels are my favourites. You can see one that a favourite little person made for me below!
Here's a bright and colourful 'Surf's Up' sign to delight any fan of surfing, or those that just like to play in the waves.
Use these swimming trunks as a drawing frame to design a pair of swimming trunks, or as a writing page to write about a swimming trip. As well as blank or lined you have a choice of colour or black and white.
Decorate one of the blank versions of our swimsuit frame to design your own swimsuit or use the lined versions for creative writing projects. Chose from coloured or black and white options of these very versitile printables.