Learning to recognise weather symbols is a great skill for young children to learn, and fun too! These weather symbol colouring pages will help them recognise the symbols whilst they have fun colouring them in, and the finished results can be displayed around the classroom.
Weather Colouring Pages
For sunny days to splashing in puddles, have fun whatever the weather with this fun collection of weather colouring pages! We've got something for all ages here...
Bring Christmas songs and winter cheer to mind as you colour in this pretty colouring page. We've left a border for framing when it's done and think it would look lovely hung up in a winter's hallway near the hats and coats!
Here's a weather symbol colouring page for cloudy weather. Will the kids colour in the cloud light grey, fluffy and white, or dark grey like a storm cloud?
Colour this cheerful colouring page in bright oranges and yellows and you can welcome sunshine into your home or classroom every day, whatever the weather! We've left a border to make it easy to frame if you choose.
If you love winter and snow - then this is the colouring page for you! You could add some white or silver glitter or use gel pens to accentuate the snowflakes on this pretty colouring page, with border around the edges for framing.
Is it raining today where you are? Learn the weather symbol for rain and do a little colouring too with our rain symbol colouring page...
This rainbow colouring page labels the colours the children need for each "band" of the rainbow. Fun for younger kids!
Here's a lovely simple colouring page of a rainbow for younger children to colour in. Remember, Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain - or Red, Orange, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet!
This fun rainbow colouring page would work well for a weather topic, and with simple outlines it is easy to cut out too.
Children love rainbows, and they'll be rewarded with their own rainbow once they've completed this fun rainbow maths facts colouring page. We've got five to choose from below: addition to 10, addition to 20, subtraction to 10, subtraction to 20 and a multiplication version.
Colouring in a rainbow is always fun because you get to use so many lovely bright colours! Print this rainbow weather symbol then grab some crayons or pens and enjoy colouring it in...
Our weather symbol colouring pages are a great way to introduce younger children to a weather topic. Here's one for sleet...
Many of us get excited when we see the symbol for snow on a weather forecast! Here's a colouring page with a snow weather symbol...
It can be very exciting to watch a storm outside (as long as you're safe inside!), just like the children are doing on this colouring page!
This boy and girl are definitely dressed for summer! Have fun colouring them in - and then look for similar colouring pages for the other seasons.
Summer is a time for embracing nature. If sunshine fails and it is too wet to get outside you can enjoy nature indoors this summer with this beautiful summer nature doodle colouring page.
This pretty sun design looks like it might come from an old etching or brass design. Fun for older children to colour in. Perhaps they could come up with their own design using similar principles?
Nothing says summer quite so clearly as a paddling pool in the garden, and this paddling pool colouring page draws a scene which I'm sure will resonate with many and bring back some lovely memories!
Here's a welcome sight, the sun peeking out from behind a cloud! The children can enjoy colouring in this sunny intervals weather symbol colouring page...
There are lots of different things to colour in on this weather symbol colouring page for sunny showers - rain, a cloud and the sun too!
Here's a simple colouring page that's great for younger kids learning all about the weather. Can they colour in this thunderstorm symbol?
Children will have so much fun colouring this umbrella maths fact colouring page that they won't even notice that they are practising their sums!
Here's a lovely colouring page of a teddy bear holding an umbrella. Why not make the umbrella as colourful as you can to brighten up a rainy day?
There's a lot of detail to colour in on these doodle-style umbrellas, perfect if you're passing some time waiting for the rain to stop outside!!
Here's a fun colouring page for Father's Day, April showers, the depths of winter, or any time at all! I'm just walking in the rain with Dad...
This simple colouring page shows a clear diagram of the water cycle - perfect for introducing the water cycle process in the classroom to younger children.
This water cycle colouring page has been left blank, so the kids can label the water cycle process themselves as well as colouring in the picture.
We've got a fun set of nine colouring pages all based on popular weather myths. Easy to print and lots of fun to colour in!
Pass some time on a rainy day by colouring in the pair of wellies on this doodle page - great fun for older kids and adults too!
Windy days can be lots of fun, but sometimes you need to keep hold of your hat - just like the girl on this fun colouring page!
The children in this colouring picture are definitely dressed up for a cold winter's day! This is just one of a set of similar colouring pages showing the way we dress around the year.
There are lots of details to colour in on this fun winter scene colouring page, such as warm clothes and pretty fir trees!
Sometimes colouring the background of one of our more detailed colouring pages can be a challenge - and that's why we've created our "colour pop" versions.