Have some fun with this extra-simple "red" colouring page for younger children with our lovely Scottie outline.
Have some fun with our red-themed activities for kids - everything from colouring page to printables and crafts...
This lovely red car makes a fun lacing card for younger kids. It is best to laminate it once cut out to protect it, before punching holes around the edges for lacing or sewing.
Learn how to spell and write the word "red" and then have a go at colouring and drawing some red objects on this fun colour worksheet, just one of a complete set of colours.
Younger children will enjoy colouring this "splat" red - or perhaps just colouring in the letters. It's a good way to start to recognise the colour words, too.
These bright red display letters come in one pdf containing all the upper and lower case, complete with clickable index at the front to make it easy to print out individual letters. Use them to brighten up the classroom or home!
These red dotty letters look great mixed and matched with our other colours and designs and you can use them in so many ways. Why not laminate them when you've cut them out so you can use them over and over again?
Learn to write the word RED - a nice phonetic word for beginner readers - and colour in the picture on this finger tracing worksheet.
Here's our handwriting worksheet for the word red, and you'll see there's plenty of opportunity for the kids to practice writing the letters - both guided and on their own.
Colour this kite red, or perhaps find a picture of something red in a magazine, cut it out and stick it underneath the word.
One of set of colour kite posters, this one is a cheerful bright red. Why not cut it out and dress it up with a ribbon before displaying high on the wall?
Here is a bright red printable learning clock that is sure to appeal to kids who love primary colours! It certainly stands out stop
This printable monster writing paper is adorned with two funny multi-eyed bright red monsters, which the kids are sure to love! Choose from blank, lined or handwriting -something to suit all ages.
A printable set of large numbers - simple, red and bold! Great for the classroom as is, or to cut out and use in displays.
Here's a lovely bright red splat to cut out and display on the wall! With all our other splat posters it makes a fun colour display for the classroom.
This simple red and white star writing paper could be useful for Fourth of July, especially if you combine it with our other two colourways. Cut it up into triangles to make a banner, perhaps, or fold envelopes for your party invitations?
This bold red stripe scrapbook paper is designed to combine with our seaside scrapbook papers, but of course it could be used for all sorts of themes - the circus and Dr Seuss spring to mind!
Here's an apple, a ladybird, a poppy, a rose, a strawberry and cherries - all ready to be coloured in red!
Cherries are red, and hopefully the kids will enjoy colouring in these cherries when then have traced the dotted letters of the word red.