These are my two favourite Doodle Pattern Tiles! I've seen some really fun designs done with the owl in particular. Kids can fill in each section of the design with their choice of doodle or pattern, using black and white pen or a mixture of colours.
Owl Colouring Pages
Find one of our habitat-style owl colouring pages for older kids to enjoy. We've got more owl colouring pages suitable for younger children coming very soon.
This simple owl colour by number is a little trickier than most of our colour by number pages, with more detail to colour in. We've suggested 2 colours of brown to give depth to the owl's feathers.
Here's a lovely, simple owl colouring page for younger children, with big bold lines. Once you've coloured him in, why not cut him out to display. Imagine a whole family of owls on the board, sitting on a branch cut from brown construction paper...
We hope that the kids enjoy colouring in this lovely picture of four owls in a tree, with a night sky in the background!
This lovely, decorated owl face was originally designed for Day of the Dead, but I think the kids would enjoy tracing over the dotted lines and colouring in some of the details at any time of year.
This owl mask colouring page was designed for Day of the Dead, when you will see colourful versions of this sort of mask on display - but it makes a fun activity for any time and of course can be coloured in browns, blacks and creams for a more "natural" owl effect.
Trace the lines on our lovely owl - excellent practice for little kids! Why not laminate so that you can have another go later?
Here is a lovely "parliament" of owls to colour in, with all sorts of pretty details to keep you busy.
Here's another circle of pretty owls to colour in. There are so many lovely details on these! I'm fond of the sleepy owls...