Going to the beach is everyone's favourite summer excursion! Kids can use our paper to write about their day at the beach with the family, to make up a story, or as a "what do you see in the picture" activity.
Summer Story Paper
Our summer story paper combines some of our summer colouring pages to spark the imagination and space underneath for kids to either
- write about what they see,
- make up a story, or
- record an event in their own lives.
And of course they are an excuse for some colouring in, too! Story papers are available with simple lines or with handwriting lines.
An idea for parents:
Use these to keep the kids "in the loop" during the long summer holidays, date them and stick them in a scrapbook or holiday diary. It will be fun for everyone to look back on in years to come!
Capture all the excitement of a family day out at the fair or funfair with this printable story paper! Kids can write about what they see (there's lots of detail), make up a story, or use it to record an actual day out.
Badminton is a really fun sport! Use this story paper to get kids started with some creative writing. They can use the lined version or there's an easier handwriting version too.
Here is some fun baseball story paper, complete with picture to colour in, perfect for match reports, creative writing or writing about sporting heroes, perhaps...
This fun story paper shows different actions in a baseball game. Kids can use their imagination to write about the picture in the lines provided. Younger children may find the handwriting version easier.
Here's a great story paper featuring a beach soccer game. Who do you think is going to win? Kids can write about the scene or start a story based on the picture. It comes lined for older kids and with handwriting lines for younger children.
Use this fun colouring picture to spark the imagination for a story about a visit to the beach, or you could ask the kids to write about an actual visit.
This lovely bee scene picture is sure to provide lots of creative inspiration for story writing. We have lined and handwriting versions of our bees scene story paper to chose from.
Going on holiday is exciting, but climbing on the aeroplane is always a great adventure, especially for children! Print out the paper below and the kids can colour in the picture and write about what they see, or make up their own story.
Colour in this beautifly butterflies scene picture and use the lines to write a story or a piece of descriptive writing describing the scene.
This story paper shows the stages of a butterfly's life cycle. Ask children to describe the stages and colour the picture or use as a creative writing prompt.
Here is some pretty butterfly story paper for younger kids. Write a story or poem, or perhaps use the paper for handwriting practice or copywork...
Pack up your belongings and head off for adventure! Kids can tell the story and colour in this printable page. Where is the family going? Who will they meet and what will they see? Or perhaps they can use the story paper to write an account of their own summer vacation.
There is so much detail in this family camping trip colouring page, we thought it would make excellent story paper. Kids can make up a story surrounding the picture, or just write about what they see.
Kids can use their imagination to write a story based on this fun, detailed colouring page of a family on a car trip. By the looks of the luggage stacked on the roof of their car, they are going away for a while!
Use this lovely colouring picture to spark the imagination for a story, or describe what is happening in the picture.
Print our colouring page and writing paper to get the kids writing about collecting honey. Would they be brave enough to do it themselves? It makes a lovely summer writing project.
A colouring and writing activity in one! Use our crab story paper to tell a story or describe a visit to the seaside.
This cricket story paper might be useful for a match report, or for making up a story - perhaps about playing for the national team!
Cricket is a very popular summer sport. This story paper features a picture of a cricket match in progress - kids can describe the picture or write a whole new story about it! Who wins the match? It comes either lined or with handwriting lines.
Use this pretty daisy story paper (which comes in two versions, lined and with handwriting lines) for story writing, nature study, copywork or thank you notes! And don't forget to colour in the picture, too...
Use this colouring page and writing lines to inspire a story about a family picnic, or ask your children to write about a picnic they have enjoyed.
This gorgeous "Good Morning Sunshine" story paper should inspire some creative writing, and some pretty colouring in too...
Encourage reluctant writers by asking them to write about their favourite ice cream flavour on our ice cream story paper. You could encourage them to add a little more by thinking about the toppings and sauces that they like.
Use this ice cream story paper for a story or as a descriptive writing exercise. There are lots of details on the picture to describe.
Our ice cream sundae story paper is perfect for a creative writing or descriptive piece. Perhaps children can describe a visit to an ice cream parlour?
"Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow". We've turned this inspirational quote by Helen Keller into a colouring page and story paper in one - perfect for all kinds of writing projects.
There are two cute ladybirds on this story paper. Use to imagine a conversation or describe the scene or any other piece of writing that the picture inspires.
Use this printable story paper and colouring page to write about going away on holiday, or make up a story about the kids in the picture and their family.
Print our pond dipping colouring page and story paper and kids can write about what they see, make up a story or retell an actual pond dipping expedition!
Here's some fun printable story paper and colouring page designed to stimulate kids to write, with a camping theme. The whole family is joining in to get the tent pitched, and it looks like it is going to be a fun holiday!
Write about a prize-winning sandcastle and then colour in this fun story paper with a sandcastle border (which might give the children some hint about how to describe it).
Print out this sand castle story paper to get the kids writing creatively this summer! This story paper comes either lined or with handwriting lines.
There are so many things to write about in this School's Out story paper! Children have space below to write about what they see or even use their imagination for some creative story writing. We have lined and handwriting line versions available to download.
This scuba diving story paper is bound to fire the imagination! Kids can describe the picture and create their own stories on the lines provided. Younger children may prefer the version with handwriting lines.
Have you ever tried to hear the ocean in a seashell? This lovely story paper has lots of pretty shells to colour in, with lines underneath so that kids can write a story. There's also an easier version with handwriting lines.
Print out this lovely story paper, with a sleeping fairy illustration, and get the kids writing their own story on the lines provided. We also have a version with handwriting lines for younger children.
This lovely strawberry fairy scene story paper is sure to provide creative inspiration for story writing. We have lined and handwriting versions to choose from.
This gorgeous summer bouquet story paper is a colouring and writing activity all in one! The kids can do some creative writing on the right side of the page, then colour in the lovely detailed picture on the left...
This is a stunning and detailed summer illustration that children will enjoy colouring in. Then they can write about what they see or write an original story on the lines provided. There is also a version with handwriting lines aimed at younger children.
Children can write about this lovely summer fairy or start a story about her adventures. Older children can use the lines and there's also a handwriting lines version for younger kids.
Described the scene on this lovely summer gardening story paper or try writing an original story based on what you see. Choose from two versions: lined or with handwriting lines.
Print out this lovely story paper with two children on a summer adventure to get the kids writing! They can colour the picture too. A handwriting version is available for younger kids.
This is a beautiful illustration bursting with summer nature and flowers. Kids can colour the picture, describe the scene or start their own story on the lines below. Also available with handwriting lines for younger children.
The colourful summer photographs on these story papers are bound to inspire a little creative writing by the kids!
Trees are often a part of wonderful tales and stories, such as Enid Blyton's classic The Magic Faraway Tree. This story paper lets children start their own story all about a beautiful summer tree. Available in both lined and handwriting lines.
This pretty sunflower story paper makes a useful writing printable for summer, and it comes complete with a picture to colour in, too!
Everyone loves a dip in a paddling pool on a hot day! Kids can write about the picture then colour it in. There are lined and handwriting lines versions available in colour or black and white.
Use this sunny weather symbol story paper to write about your favourite sunny day activities, or create a story set on a sunny day - remember to colour in the sun too!
What will happen if you go down to the woods today? Perhaps this story paper is based on the famous Teddy Bear's Picnic rhyme. Available in both lines and handwriting lines for younger children.
Kids can write about playing tennis, an exciting tennis match, or perhaps their favourite tennis player with this printable story paper, which comes either lined or with handwriting lines.
You could write out the lyrics for "the sun will come out tomorrow" (the famous song from 'Annie') on this story paper, or use it for all other kinds of writing projects too.
Write about what you see on this tropical picture or make up your own story - you can colour in the picture afterwards! Available with normal lines for older children or handwriting lines to help younger children write their story.