most crabs live in the
sea. they have 10 legs: 8 for walking and 2 claws.
they use those 2 claws to pick up food or to protect themselves.
crabs don’t run forwards or backwards, but sideways.
colour in this picture in your favourite colours.
cut out the colouring page with a
pair of scissors and give it to your best friend.
are there fallen
leaves from trees or bushes in your garden? you can use a leaf rake to collect up the
leaves. have you mown the grass with a
mower ? then you can rake up the grass using the leaf rake.
take away the
leaves and grass in a wheelbarrow. use bright colours to colour in this picture.
for in your
play shop: a triangular carton of orange juice. print out the colouring page.
colour in the picture using your favourite colours.
cut out the
orange juice carton along the edges. fold up into a beautiful carton.
spread glue on the strips marked ‘a’ and stick the carton shut.
put the carton in your
shop. put an
orange beside it.
every day Emma and Thomas cycle to
Emma rides in front, sometimes Thomas. sometimes they cycle side by side.
and when school has finished, they cycle back
home. when they get home they drink
grape juice or tea. and they eat a
biscuit. colour in this picture in cheerful colours.
take the picture with you to school and show it to your friends.
if you like unicorns, this is the picture for you!
unicorn cuddly toy, everything will be all right. colour in the picture with your favourite colours.
put the colouring page beside your bed.
Thomas is reading a good book sitting in an armchair. do you like reading or do you prefer to do a
puzzle? colour in the picture in pretty colours.
cut out the
puzzle along the lines into 12 pieces and start doing the puzzle straight away. when your
puzzle is finished then go and read a book.
follow the lines to find out which fruit belongs to which
tree. then colour in the
apple, the pear and the pine cone using colours that you like. do the same thing with the trees in the picture.
take the colouring page with you to
school and give it to your teacher.
autumn the leaves fall from the trees.
apples and pears are picked.
toadstools grow and acorns and chestnuts are collected. print out the colouring page and colour in everything in autumnal colours.
then cut out the bottom 4 pictures along the grey dotted lines.
take a good look at what comes after each object.
now glue each of the 4 pictures into the correct place at the end of the existing rows.
complete this exercise on the theme of
autumn. each item in the left-hand column goes with an item in the right-hand column.
link up the correct objects.
then use some lovely colours to colour in the picture.
take the exercise with you to
will it be your
birthdaysoon? is it almost time for your
birthday party? this handy countdown calendar will help you kick off the celebrations on the right day.
write the date of your birthday in the box after the number ‘1’.
then count backwards and fill in the rest of the dates in the other boxes.
colour in the picture in festive colours.
hang up the countdown calendar in a place where everyone can see it.
that way, no one will forget your
important: cross out every day that has gone by. hip hip hurrah!!
autumn in the woods. the
leaves on the trees are turning yellow, brown and red. if you look carefully you can see
toadstools in the woods. red, brown, yellow, white,…
with or without spots.
colour in this picture in beautiful autumnal colours.
hang up the picture on the pinboard.
the painter is ready to start.
what will he paint first?
window? or the wall of a house?
will you help to choose the colours?
colour in the picture in bright colours.
hang up the picture somewhere at home…