This rainbow colouring page labels the colours the children need for each "band" of the rainbow. Fun for younger kids!
Rainbow Colouring Pages
Here's Activity Village's collection of rainbow colouring pages - make sure you colour them in the brightest, prettiest colours!
Whoops! Unfortunately we seem to have lost two of our three printables in the move to this new site! We hope to find them and return them soon.
Here's a lovely simple colouring page of a rainbow for younger children to colour in. Remember, Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain - or Red, Orange, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet!
This fun rainbow colouring page would work well for a weather topic, and with simple outlines it is easy to cut out too.
Dot to dots are a fun way to practise pencil control. This rainbow dot to dot is a perfect activity for spring or St Patrick's Day, or simply whenever you fancy a bit of colour.
Children love rainbows, and they'll be rewarded with their own rainbow once they've completed this fun rainbow maths facts colouring page. We've got five to choose from below: addition to 10, addition to 20, subtraction to 10, subtraction to 20 and a multiplication version.
Colouring in a rainbow is always fun because you get to use so many lovely bright colours! Print this rainbow weather symbol then grab some crayons or pens and enjoy colouring it in...
This would make a lovely card to colour for someone who has a birthday in spring, or perhaps a friend or family member who needs cheering up. When spring is in the air, it's hard to feel sad!
This lovely colouring page is sure to welcome in the spring, with its little bird, flowers, butterfly and rainbow! All ages can have a go at this one...
Younger kids will love tracing carefully over the many lines in this fun sun and rainbow tracing page - and of course there are clouds as well! Colour the picture in when done.