Here's a single balloon colouring page - perfect for younger children to colour in with simple, bright colours.
Here's a little Mini Topic, pulling together some of our "toy" activities. We will adding more soon...
Board games were a big part of my childhood, and my children's too. Here is a simple colouring page of a board game and pieces.
This is such a lovely colouring page to produce just before Christmas - with a beautiful, slightly old-fashioned toy shop window filled with toys looking out, waiting for their new owners to pick them.
Kids can count the balls and dolls and compare the numbers, then fill in the sentences using simple comparison language and try the final challenge!
Here's a fun colouring page featuring a pack of crayons. Kids can choose all their favourite colours or perhaps copy the selection of colours you would find inside a real pack... Click the link below for the printable version.
Dala horses (or Dalecarlian horses) are carved and painted wooden horses originating in the Swedish province of Dalarna. Originally made as toys for children, they are now a recognised symbol of Sweden. Have a go at making your own with this lovely Dala horse craft!
Here's a colouring page of a traditional kite flying high in the sky, complete with bows decorating its tail.
Colour in this gorgeous picture of a matryoshka doll (a Russian nesting doll). She's so pretty we are sure the girls will love her!
Colour in this pretty matryoshka nesting doll, one of three full-sized colouring pages. Don't you think she is lovely?
Otedama is a game played with are fabric beanbags (called ojami) which used to be sewn by grandmothers from silk kimono scraps. They are used for juggling games and skill games similar to jacks and knucklebones.
This lovely detailed colouring page shows a little boy and his Dad playing with some traditional toys.
Make your own Russian dolls, also known as matryoshka or babushka dolls, with this printable children's craft. We have a pre-coloured version or a set that the kids can colour in themselves.
Print and colour this picture of a see-saw. Who is playing on it? Perhaps your child can add them in to the picture...
Here's a lovely teddy colouring page that younger children will enjoy. He looks like he would be good for a hug, doesn't he?
Here's a colouring page of an old fashioned spinning top. It's hard to believe that this was such a popular toy in this day and age, when children are so lucky!
Here's a collection of toys for the children to colour in, including a xylophone, teddy, ball, train and play house.
What can you spot to colour in on this shelves of toys colouring page? Choose from versions with or without a label.