sun, sea and waves… then
Emma goes windsurfing. she enjoys feeling the wind in her
blonde hair. and in the meantime, Thomas makes a
sandcastle on the beach. what a wonderful
summer holiday. colour in this picture in fresh summer colours.
give the colouring page to a good friend.
Thomas loves riding on his go-cart. he rides to his friend
Vic. or to the
grocery shop to buy something for his mummy. spring,
summer, autumn or winter: Thomas rides on his go-cartin every season. use bright colours to colour in this picture.
hang the colouring page on the front of a
sun is shining brightly. It’s so hot today. do you fancy an
ice cream? or an ice lolly, as that’s more refreshing.
choose one with a yummy flavour:
strawberry, lemon,… or choose one with all the flavours together.
colour in the picture with yummy colours.
beach you’ll find shells. big, small, short, long, white, beige, brown, …
you can use them to decorate your
sandcastle. or just put them in your
trouser pocket. colour in the picture in summery colours.
take the picture with you to the
lighthouse stands close to the sea. when it’s dark, a light shines out high up in the
lighthouse. the light turns around constantly too.
so the captain of a
ship can see where the harbour is. does anyone live in the
lighthouse? use pretty colours to colour in the picture.
a starfish is an animal.
they live on the floors of all the oceans.
but sometimes they wash up on the
beach. then they’re the star of the day.
colour this picture in your favourite colours.
give the colouring page to someone who likes stars.
you can buy a
pair of trousers or a dress in a clothes shop. but you can also make them yourself.
you can sew pieces of fabric together with a sewing machine.
but you can also use it to mend a broken
pair of trousers or skirt. colour in this picture in bright colours.
give the colouring page to your granny or grandpa.
cat is watching a fluttering butterfly. print out the
puzzle on strong paper. colour in the picture in bright colours.
cut out the
puzzle along the lines into 9 pieces. mix up the
puzzle pieces. have fun doing the puzzle.
for in your
play shop: a packet of speculaas. print out the colouring page, ideally on strong paper.
colour in the picture with colours that you like.
cut out the packet around the edge.
fold into a lovely box.
spread glue on part ‘a’ and stick the box shut.
put the packet in your
a deckchair is perfect for reading in the
sun. with your favourite
book and a refreshing drink. don’t forget your sunglasses,
cap or sunhat. and be sure to apply suncream in good time.
do you feel like doing something else after a while?
then colour in this picture in warm colours.