Colour this collection of leaves for autumn / fall. It's a simple colouring page, but it works for all ages. Older children can concentrate on shading and blending autumn colours.
This colouring page shows a boy who has been having fun playing in a big pile of autumn leaves! Younger kids will enjoy colouring the picture in.
The problem with autumn leaves is that they don't go away unless you rake them up or blow them into a pile! The boy in this colouring page is about to do some raking...
Have you ever tried to catch a leaf as it falls from the tree? We used to say it was good luck and have so much fun running around trying to catch as many as we could! Here's a lovely colouring page showing a boy catching falling leaves, with a big smile on his face!
This fun colouring page for younger children shows a girl standing ready to catch some falling autumn leaves! Will she manage, do you think? Get the kids to colour the picture in with autumn colours.
Have you ever sat in a big pile of autumn leaves? It's fun - and the smell is unforgettable! Here's a fun autumn colouring page which captures the moment...
Raking up autumn leaves may be hard work, but it is also quite fun and satisfying too - as long as nobody disturbs the pile! This colouring page shows a girl / woman raking up the leaves, and is perfect for younger children to colour in.
There's nothing quite like playing in a pile of autumn leaves - although whoever made the pile might not appreciate it too much! This fun colouring page shows a boy and girl sitting on their own pile of leaves.
Here's a fun colouring page showing a boy and girl raking the leaves during autumn / fall. It looks like they are having fun and I think the kids will have fun colouring this picture, too.
We love the fun characters on this Christmas border colouring page, and it's not too daunting to colour in. You could add a little glitter to your finished picture for some added festive sparkle...
You could maybe write a short cupcake recipe inside this cupcake border circle, then colour in the pretty cupcakes too!
We ask children to think of adjectives that could be used to describe Wojtek. Strong, brave, loyal, tall ... these are just some that come to mind.
When Wojtek grew to full size he stood 6 foot 1 inches tall on his hind legs and could carry as much as 4 men. Nobody trained him to do so - he just saw his fellow soldiers carrying ammunition and joined in. This colouring page captures Wojtek in action!
Here's a printable version of the story of Wojtek, complete with photos and illustrations. Who would have guessed that a bear could have played a part in World War II and become such a beloved companion of his fellow soldiers!
Children can write the story of Wojtek, the Soldier Bear, in their own words with the help of our story paper. There are 4 pages in the pdf so choose the ones you want to print depending on how much writing the children want to do.
This colouring page shows a young Wojtek - still very much a bear cub - being fed by one of the Polish soldiers in his troop. Raised by the men from a very young age, Wojtek became very much a pet for all the men.
Did you know that a group of butterflies is known as a 'flutter' or sometimes a 'kaleidoscope'? This is one of our most detailed circle colouring pages, and we think the end results will be stunning...
This circle colouring page is the perfect relaxing activity for cat lovers! Don't miss the tiny butterfly too...