would you like to do some magic?
apple into a pear? then make your own magician’s hat with stars.
print out the picture on
strong paper. colour in the hat and cut it out.
cut out the three strips too.
staple two strips to the magician’s hat.
then fit the hat on your head and staple the strips together.
winter and it’s cold outside. the
street is deserted, everyone’s at home. the
snowflakes are softly drifting down. it’s almost time to make a
snowman. or to go
slidingdown a hill on a sledge. colour in this picture in wintery colours.
hang the colouring page in the kitchen.
would you like to work for the
fire service? and drive a
fire engine? then make your own firefighter’s helmet now.
print out the colouring page on
strong paper. colour in the helmet and cut it out.
cut out the two strips too.
staple the two strips to the firefighter’s helmet.
fit the helmet to your head and staple the two strips together.
have you ever been in a submarine?
a submarine travels underwater.
you can see
fish and plants. this
cat finds is cosy in the submarine. colour the picture in your favourite colours.
give the picture to someone you love.
here you can see 12 objects.
6 of them relate to
winter. draw a circle around them.
then colour everything in bright colours.
take the picture with you to
school. show this exercise to your
winter. it’s been
Emma and Thomas are outside with their sledges. they are sledging down the hill.
ooh… they’re travelling so fast!
colour in the picture using colours that you like.
hang the picture on a
window in your house.
Thomas enjoys doing
puzzles. most of all, he enjoys doing animal puzzles.
greyhound, or a pig… then he sits down cosily at the table and fits the puzzle pieces together.
colour this picture in pretty colours.
give the picture to someone who enjoys doing puzzles.
ho ho ho! it’s
Christmas again. here are four place cards to put on your festive table.
print out the picture on
strong papier. colour in the cards in festive colours and cut them out.
fill in the names.
fold the cards and arrange them on your Christmas table.
make your own
Father Christmas! print out the picture and colour it in.
cut out the doll along the black lines according to the drawing beside the scissors symbol.
it’s important that you also cut out a piece following the lines of
Father Christmas’s beard. spread glue on strip ‘a’ and stick the doll shut.
make another doll for someone you love.
Christmas bring every object to where it belongs.
do this by following the dotted line with a pen.
then colour in the picture.
put the colouring page by the