It looks like someone is going to have fun this summer! Here's a simple colouring page of a boy and his surfboard to print for the kids.
Who is at the pool? Kids can have fun filling in some details on this swimming pool doodle page before colouring it in - perhaps adding some sunbathers to the chairs, and children in the pool. And how about some inflatable toys?
This fun doodle page asks children to draw the sunflowers on top of the sunflower stalks before colouring in the picture! And to help them along, one little boy is imagining just what his prize-winning sunflower looks like...
What does a tree look like in summer? This summer tree doodle page asks children to add in the details - leaves, fruit or flowers perhaps - before colouring in the picture.
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).
Kids can use this fun playground frame design for drawing or writing projects, and enjoy some colouring in too. We have three versions: blank, lined and with handwriting lines.
Children can add all the details into this playground scene before they colour it in. After all, every playground needs some children!
What would you pack into the perfect picnic? Think about it - and then draw it in! When you are done, colour in the picture. We've provided the outline of an old-fashioned basket on this picnic doodle page.
Here's a pretty colouring page to print for the kids. Older children might want to add a design to the little girl's sundress before colouring the picture in...
This fun ice-cream doodle page asks children to draw their ice-cream on top of the cone. Add scoops, wafers, fruit, sprinkles, flakes and whatever else you can think of to make the ice-cream cone really special, and then colour it in!
Encourage some healthy food imagination with this fruit salad doodle page, which asks the kids to draw in their favourite fruits before colouring in the picture.
Feeding the ducks at the pond or river is such a childhood treat, and if you can play with a boat too ... well what more could one ask! The only problem is that the ducks are missing from this doodle page. Get the kids to fill them in and colour in the whole scene.
We've provided the outlines of lots of pretty butterflies. Now all the kids need to do is draw on some symmetrical designs and then colour them in!
Here's a fun way of reminding children that it is important to keep covered up when the sun is strong. This sunhat doodle page asks them to design their own cap. Perhaps they could add a sporting logo, or some fun words on the front? Or maybe they are in to spots or stripes or stars...
This hat would be great at keeping the sun off your face - but it could be prettier or more striking! Get the kids to add some extra design elements before they colour it in.
This boy is ready for summer - but perhaps the kids can add some design elements to his Tshirt and shorts before they colour him in?
Add some design details to this pretty summer sundress before colouring it in. Will it have stripes, or flowers, or dots, or something else entirely?
Get the kids to draw out their best sandcastle on this fun sandcastle doodle page, and then colour it - and the borders - in. Reluctant artists can use the border sandcastles for inspiration.
It's not often you get the chance to design your own postcard from scratch, but this doodle page invites the kids to do exactly that! When they have designed the front, they could add a message and address to the back and then colour the whole thing in.
Ask the children to imagine what the best playground wide in the world would look like - and then draw or describe it here!
Carousel horses are traditionally filled with design and pretty paint colours and gilt details. How will your child choose to design their carousel horse?
Every bird bath needs some birds to drink from it, to make the scene complete. Children can fill in the details on this lovely doodle page and then colour it in.
This lovely page which two children enjoying some sunshine on the beach is fun to colour in just as it is - but it is even more fun if you add some details to the beach towels before colouring them in.
What's cooking? The kids can have fun adding the barbecue ingredients to this fun summer doodle page!
We've provided the background garden - now you provide the minibeasts! The kids can have fun placing all their favourite minibeasts in the picture and then colouring it in.
We've provided an empty pond scene, just begging for some wildlife to be added - perhaps a frog or a toad, some fish, flies, dragonflies, butterflies ...
There is something missing in this garden scene - and that's the flowers! We've provided the stalks and now the kids need to draw on the flowers, and the colour the whole picture in.
These bookmarks are just too cute to choose between - maybe you will have to colour in all four! Personally the kids on the beach towels are my favourites. You can see one that a favourite little person made for me below!
Colour in this picture of a tropic island - complete with surf board! Kids just need to follow the number grid when they choose the colours. US and UK versions available.
Colour in this sandcastle and bucket, choosing the correct colours according to the numbers. UK and US versions available.
This colour by number page featurings a beach umbrella, beach bag and beach towel - perfect for seaside holidays and cheering up rainy summer days!
This colour by number is perfect for your youngest children, who will enjoy colouring each section of the beach ball according to the number and colour we provide. UK and US variations available.
This snail poster is perfect for allowing kids to look in detail at a snail's features - more so than they could do with a live one, perhaps.
The more you look at a snail, the more fascinating it is! This poster provides a nice close-up of a snail for the kids to study...
This snail template is so simple to cut out and use but instantly recognisable. It makes a great shape for displays and crafts and looks particularly effective with a number of coloured snails squelching along in a straight line!
A cheerfully decorated classroom window features on this colouring page. One of our series of classroom vocabulary colouring pages.
What can you spot to colour in on this shelves of toys colouring page? Choose from versions with or without a label.
Help children learn some classroom vocabulary with this pencil colouring page, available in labelled or unlabelled versions.