Here's a lovely summer colouring page for the kids showing a typical family day at the beach, complete with buckets and spades, sandcastles, and mum in a deckchair catching up on her reading!
Seaside Colouring Pages
Heading to the seaside for your holidays or weekend? Or stuck in town and just dreaming of a day on the beach? Either way, we hope that the children will enjoy our collection of seaside and beach colouring pages. As the beach often means ice-cream, and a traditional English beach often had a donkey ride on offer, we've included some colouring pages with that in mind, too.
We've provided an empty beach scene that's just waiting for some details to be added - how about some sunbathers, a bucket and spade and some crabs?
We all love a day at the beach, and this draw, cut and paste activity is almost as much fun! Draw yourself, plus two friends or family members (try to keep inside the rectangles). Then cut out the people and stick them onto the beach towels on the other page, ready to enjoy the beach...
This colour by number is perfect for your youngest children, who will enjoy colouring each section of the beach ball according to the number and colour we provide. UK and US variations available.
Here's a lovely big beach ball colouring page, perfect for younger children. It also makes an interesting template for a fun craft activity with scrunched up tissue paper.
If you and the kids might be spending part of your Christmas Day on the beach in a sunny country - perhaps Australia - then this is the Christmas snowman colouring page for you!
This colour by number page featurings a beach umbrella, beach bag and beach towel - perfect for seaside holidays and cheering up rainy summer days!
Choose some nice bright colours for the umbrella, beach bag and beach towel on this beach colouring page!
We've picked out a collection of things that make the seaside very special - sandcastles, bucket and spade, beach ball and ice lolly - for the kids to colour in on this beach fun colouring page.
This lovely page which two children enjoying some sunshine on the beach is fun to colour in just as it is - but it is even more fun if you add some details to the beach towels before colouring them in.
Learning maths is fun when you're colouring in a picture too! Can the kids solve the simple sums (choose from two addition, two subtraction or two multiplication versions), then colour in the picture using the key to help them?
Get the kids to draw out their best sandcastle on this fun sandcastle doodle page, and then colour it - and the borders - in. Reluctant artists can use the border sandcastles for inspiration.
Specially for the younger children, print this donkey tracing page. Fill in the dotted lines and then colour in. To use more than once, laminate and then trace with dry wipe pens.
There are 3 scoops on this ice cream cone colouring page. What flavours will your children make them?
This yummy, scrummy ice cream doodle colouring card is asking for some lovely bright colours. Who could fail to be delighted by a card like this?
Colour in this sandcastle and bucket, choosing the correct colours according to the numbers. UK and US versions available.
Here is a lovely, simple sandcastle colouring page for younger children to colour. Make sure the flag stands out!
Do you need to thank someone for a day out at the sea side? Why not make that thank you extra special by colouring in the beautiful sea shells doodle colouring card.
This sea shells doodle colouring page is full of beautiful details. Pop on a soundtrack of the ocean, get out the colouring pages and enjoy a bit of calm mindfulness.
Here's a collection of sea shells for the kids to colour in. Choose natural, realistic colours or just go bright and beautiful!
This pretty colouring page has five intricate illustrations of shells to colour in. A lovely, relaxing colouring activity!
The beautifully-drawn shells on this colouring page will appeal to older kids and adults too. Which colours will you choose for the pretty shells?
These bookmarks are just too cute to choose between - maybe you will have to colour in all four! Personally the kids on the beach towels are my favourites. You can see one that a favourite little person made for me below!
Colour in these wiggly surfboards - perhaps in wavy colours like the sea - and then cut them out to mark your position in your reading books...
Kids who love surfing and being by the beach may enjoy our surfing colouring pages! Just print and get colouring...
Everybody's gone surfing! Ask the kids to grab their crayons and colour in this surfer and beach accessories...
Colour in this picture of a tropic island - complete with surf board! Kids just need to follow the number grid when they choose the colours. US and UK versions available.