This colouring page features alpine skiing, so it's perfect for a skiing holiday or maybe the Winter Olympics...
Here are some fun printable activities with a skiing theme, perfect to take with you on a winter skiing holiday, perhaps, or to use during the Winter Olympics.
In preparation for the Winter Olympics we've added some new printables here for the main skiing events: cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, Nordic combined and freestyle skiing. We also have individual pages for Biathlon and Ski Jumping.
Enjoy this alpine skiing poster. You can almost hear him swooshing down the slope! This would make a great display with some of our other skiing posters, such as nordic combined and freestyle!
Use our story paper to write about an Alpine skiing race you might have watched, or write a creative story instead - then colour in the picture! Choose from lined or handwriting lines below.
Use this alpine skiing writing page to write about someone taking part in an exciting alpine skiing race, perhaps in the Winter Olympics? Or maybe you've tried skiing yourself and want to write an account of your experience?
Here's a fun home-made game you can play in the winter - perfect for the Winter Olympics too! It's also an excellent game for asthmatic children, encouraging them to blow out steadily.
The skier on this puzzle needs his skis and helmet completed! There is a finished picture on the right to help you see what is missing.
This cross country skiier seems to be enjoying himself. All our winter sports colouring in pages are fun - have you seen our bobsled and ice hockey ones?
This cross country skiing poster is very colourful and cheerful. Print out for home or classroom, and take a look at our other Winter Olympic posters too.
Ask the kids to imagine they are a cross-country skier competing in the Olympics, or to write about watching a similar event using our story paper. Choose from lined or handwriting lines.
This cross-country skiing writing page features a fun illustration of a cross-country skier in action. Can the kids write a story about a cross-country skiing event with this happy chap as the central character?
Find out some facts about freestyle skiing and record them on this fun writing page - perfect for a Winter Olympics or sports topic.
Get creative with this exciting colouring in page showing a freestyle skier mid jump! Maybe colour his outfit in the colours of your country, as part of some Winter Olympic fun.
This freestyle skiing poster (with or without title) would look great on the wall in the classroom or at home.
Use this fun story paper to write about a freestyle skiing event you have watched or make up a creative story. We have two versions available, lined and with handwriting lines.
Colour in this picture of Izzy Atkin celebrating her fantastic bronze medal win for Great Britain in the ski slopestyle event.
Print and display this poster of freestyle skier Izzy Atkin celebrating winning a bronze medal in the slopestyle event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Use our story paper to write a report about Izzy Atkin winning her Bronze medal for Great Britain in the ski slopestyle event, then colour in her picture too!
You can learn to draw an alpine skier with this new sheet. Alpine, or downhill, skiing is a very popular sport at the Winter Olympics. If you like skiing, check out our colouring and writing pages too.
This learn to draw is very topical with the Winter Olympics and cold weather on the way. Cross Country skiing (also known as ski touring) is very popular in countries with large flat snow fields. Skiiers push themselves along with their skis and poles. Sounds exhausting!
In freestyle skiing you can be very creative with jumps and tricks. This learn to draw shows a skiier jumping and would be great as part of some Winter Olympic activities.
Cross country skiing and ski jumping are both part of the Nordic Combined winter sport event - so here is a colouring page which shows both! Choose from a page with words and one without.
The Nordic combined event is a winter sport in which contestants compete at both cross-country skiing and ski jumping. Nordic has been part of the Winter Olympics since 1924. Here's a fun poster to print for display - one with words and one without.
Use this fun nordic skiing writing page to inspire a creative story - perhaps the two skiers on the picture are competing against each other in the Winter Olympics?
Here are some ideas for a ski collage picture for kids to make as a winter craft, or perhaps for the Winter Olympics or a sporting theme.
Here's a nice simple finger or pencil tracing activity for younger children. Which route should the skier take to reach the finish line?
Here's a tricky grid copy puzzle, perfect for an indoor afternoon. Using the squares as a guide, carefully copy the skier onto the the blank grid.
Think about the sights and sounds and sensations of skiing, and perhaps the excitement of a race, and then put together an acrostic poem about it! Choose from 4 different versions of the printable, which could also be used as writing or drawing frames or other writing projects.
Here's a simple skiing colouring page for kids to print out. Perfect for the Winter Olympics or a winter skiing holiday...
This skier is going downhill very fast! Print the skiing fuse bead pattern and then copy it using a large square and some wintery fuse beads.
Practise writing the word "skiing" just like the skiiers are practising down the side of the page. This is a great activity for your winter holidays, or for the winter olympics!
Have you ever tried skiing, or maybe you'd like to give it a go, like this child on our fun poster? This poster is perfect for a winter theme.
I love how the two letter "i"s in this word look like a pair of skis! This skiing tracing page will put a smile on your face, like the skier in the picture!
The kids may not be able to take part in the real Winter Olympics, but they can have some fun with our Winter Olympics board games! Here's a slalom game which captures all the fun and excitement of the real event. Play with 2-4 players.
What position would this skier , and what would he be working? We've provided the feet, now kids need to think about how to draw the rest of the picture!