Help children learn their colours with our fun Scottie colouring page. Purple is required for this one!
Purple is a fun colour for kids, so it is one that they love to learn about. We've pulled together some of our activities to help.
Use this colourful writing or drawing frame with a purple paint effect to liven up your children's work!
Learn all about the colour purple with our "My Purple Book" printable - one of a set with all the main colours for your child to collect. Print and fold using our origami booklet instructions, then grab your purple colouring pencil!
Have fun with the colour purple with our purple colour worksheet. Practise writing the word - then get the purple colouring pencil out!
Little kids can colour in this kite when learning about the colour purple. Older children might like to colour in the word and then find a purple picture to cut out and stick below the word.
Here's a set of upper and lower case letters which you can use for displays, games, signs and banners... there are so many ways they might come in useful, especially if you mix them up with all our other brightly coloured letters!
Use your child's forefinger to trace the letters in the word PURPLE, starting on the dots and moving in the direction of the arrows. When comfortable, move on to tracing with a pencil and colouring in the picture.
Kids can practice writing the word PURPLE with this fun handwriting worksheet, then write the word by themselves on the last line.
If purple is your child's favourite colour, then this is the learning clock that you will want to print out.
Fly our purple kite poster high on the walls of the classroom or playroom and enjoy this lovely bright colour. And the kids will learn to recognise and spell the word purple too.
Cut out the splat for display, or just put up this purple "splat" poster as one of our set of colours.
Colour in the word purple, and then colour the king and all the other pictures purple too! Fun for colour-of-the-week activities.
We hope our colouring picture of a bunch of grapes will help to reinforce your child's learning of the word, as will tracing over the dotted letters on this worksheet.
These Scottie dogs are definitely purple! Sort by size or use with the other Scottie colours too for some more challenging sorting.