ding, ding, dingeling…
Easter bell with a beautiful ribbon. print out the picture on
strong paper (e.g. 185g). colour in the
Easter bell in pretty colours. cut the picture into 4 pieces and do the
puzzle. show the
puzzle to the Easter bunny.
girl is six years old. print out the
puzzle, ideally on strong paper (e.g. 185g). first colour in the picture.
then cut out the
puzzle along the lines into 6 pieces. now it’s time to do the puzzle.
make your own egg holders for your chocolate
eggs. print out the picture and colour it in.
cut out the egg holders along the grey line.
put glue on part a and stick the two ends together.
put a chocolate egg in it.
give the egg holder to your best friend.
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houses have a chimney. if the heating is on in that
house then smoke comes out of the chimney. the smoke makes strange shapes in the air.
look! there are two
birds twittering on the roof. colour the picture in your favourite colours.
hang up the picture next to the radiator.
Easter bunny is delivering some eggs on his bike. which of the six small drawings is identical to the big drawing?
colour the drawing in spring colours.
then colour in the rest of the picture
give the colouring page to your favourite
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cheep, cheep, squeaks the
chick is looking for mother hen. help the
chick to find its way to the chicken in her nest. then colour in the picture in pretty colours.
car is driving through the landscape. use bold colours to colour in the picture.
cut out the puzzle along the lines into 4 pieces.
now you’re ready to do the puzzle.
packet for in your play shop: a chocolate Easter bunny for Easter! print out the picture, ideally on
strong paper. colour the picture in your favourite colours.
cut out the packet along the edges.
fold up to make a beautiful box.
put glue on part ‘a’ and stick the box shut.
packet in your play shop.
would you like to count with the
Easter bunny? if the answer is 7, colour the eggs blue.
if the answer is 20, colour the eggs yellow.
if the answer is 5, colour the eggs red.
dance around the table when you’ve finished. then colour in the rest of the picture.
make your own basket for
Easter. print out the colouring page on
strong paper and colour it in. cut out the Easter basket and handle along the grey line and fold along the dotted lines.
put glue on parts a, b, c and d and stick the basket together.
put glue on part e and stick the two pieces of the handle together longways.
stick the handle to the inside of the Easter basket using parts f and g. fill the basket with yummy
Easter eggs. would you like to colour in this Easter basket yourself?
then download the Easter craft book