Here's a colouring page for the colour orange - with a fun outline of a Scottie to colour!
A collection of activities based around - you guessed it - the colour orange!
Set your youngest children loose with an orange crayon and colour in this fun "splat" colouring page!
Brighten up your walls and doors and make learning the alphabet more fun with our bright orange letters! You'll find the complete alphabet in both upper and lower case in the pdf below, with a clickable index at the front.
There's plenty of chance for the kids to get their letters perfect when they use this handwriting worksheet featuring the word "orange".
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.
Print this simple orange kite poster as one of a set and put them all up on display in the classroom. They are a fun way to learn the colours and colour words.
We thought an orange clock might be useful in a classroom, playroom or other child-friendly environment! This one has big numbers and distinct bands.
Just one of our set of colour "splat" posters, this one features a lovely orange splat for the kids to cut out and display!
All the "things" on this colouring page are traditionally orange - so grab an orange crayon and get colouring in!