Here are the 12 most commonly used colours and colour words on big kites. Cut them out and string them around the room for a cheerful display, or laminate them and use with a dry wipe pen for learning how to write and spell the colour words.
Here's a fun handwriting practice worksheet for the arrival of a Royal Baby - perfect for when we don't yet know the name! And there's a royal teddy to colour in, too.
There is a page for each of the main colours here, so the kids can colour in the kites and "fly" them around the room on display, learning the colour words as they go. If you laminate them once coloured in you could turn them into tracing pages for use with a dry wipe pen.
Here's a lovely lettered colouring page of the word HOME for the kids to colour in. It would look so pretty on display ...
Just printcard onto good quality white paper or printer card, fold in half and colour in - for a really special greetings card to welcome someone home after a trip, or as a "welcome to your new home" card.
Colour this lovely "Home is where the heart is" colouring page, frame it and put it up on display somewhere in the heart of your home for all to see!
Here's a lovely colouring card to send to someone who has moved away for a while - perhaps to university or boarding school. It would also work very well as a "welcome to your new home" card.
I can imagine this "Welcome to our home" colouring page framed and placed near the front door or in the kitchen, welcoming guests with some careful colouring in ...
Perhaps you have new neighbours moving into your village, or guests coming to stay for a while. Welcome them to your home with this pretty colouring card, designed for older kids and adults to enjoy.
Why not practise handwriting with this very royal worksheet, featuring the lovely Prince George in his smart school uniform?
Children can practice their handwriting by tracing over the letters of the little Princess Charlotte, then having a go on their own. Available in colour or black and white.
Here's a pretty picture of Princess Charlotte in a very smart outfit, ready for the kids to copy along with until they have their very own picture. It's a fun way to learn to draw, especially for children who need to build confidence in their drawing skills.
Here's a fun "royal" activity for the kids - learning to draw their own picture of Prince George in his school uniform! Follow along with the step by step images until confident ...
I wonder which colours the children will choose for the beautiful dresses these princesses are wearing on this lovely colouring page?