all the ducks are swimming in the water…
all the children are doing puzzles at the table…
print out this colouring page on
strong paper. use pastel colours to colour in the picture.
cut out the
puzzle along the lines into 16 pieces. and then enjoy putting it back together again.
an Easter tree is a branch with leaves and Easter eggs in a vase.
if you hang Easter eggs in a tree in your garden, that would be an Easter tree too.
Easter is even more beautiful if there’s an Easter tree. colour this colouring page in your favourite colours.
put the picture next to the Easter tree.
Emma and Thomas are on an Easter egg hunt in the park behind their house. the Easter bunny has hidden the eggs.
Emma and Thomas are putting the Easter eggs in their Easter basket. how many Easter eggs can you count?
colour this colouring page using cheerful spring colours.
take the picture with you to
what do you put your Easter eggs in when you’re collecting them?
in a wicker Easter basket?
or in a bag?
or did you make a basket yourself?
colour in this picture using beautiful colours.
first put the picture in your basket.
then lay the Easter eggs on top.
good luck with your egg hunt…
here are 2 pictures, each containing 18
Easter items. 11 of the items in the first picture also appear in the second picture.
the Easter bunny is colouring the Easter eggs for
Easter. print out the
puzzle on strongpaper. now colour in the picture.
cut the picture
puzzle along the lines into 24 pieces. mix up the puzzle pieces
puzzle. then complete the puzzle.
ting-a-ling! ting-a-ling! …
the Easter bunny is speeding towards you on his delivery bike piled high with eggs.
he’s very, very busy!
all the Easter eggs still have to be hidden.
colour this colouring page using beautiful colours.
put the picture in your neighbour’s letterbox.
it’s springtime and you can see it in your garden.
the buds on the trees are ready to burst open.
there are birds chirping on a branch. isn’t life great sometimes?
colour this picture in beautiful colours.
hang the colouring page beside your bed.
it’ll make you smile each time you wake up.
print out the Easter envelope and cut it out.
colour in the picture on the envelope.
fold the envelope along the dotted lines.
apply glue to parts 1 and 2 and stick the envelope shut.
put an Easter card in it.
send the envelope to someone who loves Easter.
or Easter eggs…
the Easter bells are flying through the sky
some of the bells have chocolate eggs inside them.
this bell has a beautiful ribbon.
use bold colours to colour in the picture.
if you see the Easter bunny, give him this colouring page
perhaps you’ll get an extra chocolate egg…
decorate your room with this Easter bunting.
print out as many flags as you need and colour them in carefully.
cut out the flags along the grey lines and make holes in them using a hole punch.
thread a string through the holes and stick each flag to the string with sticky tape to keep it in place.
these daffodils are proudly facing in all directions.
the first spring sun has made them beautiful
everyone would like a bunch of them at home.
because after the dark winter, they symbolise the new spring.
use vibrant colours to colour in this picture.
put the colouring page on the breakfast table.
it’s the perfect way to start the day.