Christmas biscuits for the Christmas period. print out this colouring page on
strong paper (e.g. 185g). colour in the picture in Christmassy colours and cut it into 4 pieces.
now do the puzzle.
vroom vroom! toot!
bus is driving along the street. who’s going to get onto the
bus? where is the
bus going? to the
seaside? or to the
village? colour in this picture in your favourite colours.
would you like a big
cake but you don’t want to blow too hard? then this
cake would be perfect for you. colour in the picture of the
cake in yummy colours. give the colouring page to your best friend
with this Alice band, you’ll look like a real unicorn.
a unicorn is a magical
horse. it has a horn on its head, in between its ears
you usually find unicorns in the
forest. colour in this picture with colours that you like.
give the colouring page to someone who likes unicorns.
you usually wear gloves in the
winter. they keep your hands cosy and warm.
the string is to make sure that you don’t lose them.
put your gloves on and colour this picture in bright colours.
hang the picture in your bedroom.
Black Pete is carrying a sack. it’s full of
sweets in. and
toys. print out the
puzzle ideally on strong paper. first colour in the picture.
puzzle into 3 pieces. have fun doing the puzzle.
decorate your house with this bunting for
Saint Nicholas. print out as many flags as you need and carefully colour them in.
then cut out the flags along the grey line and make holes with a
hole punch. thread a piece of string through the holes and stick each flag to the string with sticky tape so that it stays in place.
hang up the bunting wherever you like.
this flag is flapping in the breeze.
do you know which country this flag is from?
use bright colours to colour in the picture.
hang up the picture on a string.
then you’ll have your own flag.
a farmer uses a pitchfork to load hay onto his
cart. or to give food to his
animals. colour this picture using colours that you like.
but watch out for the pitchfork’s sharp prongs!