what comes after
spring? is it
winter? or is it
summer? colour in this picture with colours that suit each season.
cut the page into 4 separate pictures.
sort the 4 pictures so the seasons are in the right order.
snow on the streets.
Thomas goes outside with his sledge. he
sledges down the hill with Emma. colour in this picture in pretty colours.
give the colouring page to someone you love.
winter and it’s cold outside. the
street is deserted, everyone’s at home. the
snowflakes are softly drifting down. it’s almost time to make a
snowman. or to go
slidingdown a hill on a sledge. colour in this picture in wintery colours.
hang the colouring page in the kitchen.
do a puzzle of a
village in winter. print out this colouring page/
puzzle on strong paper. first colour in the picture in wintery colours.
cut out the puzzle along the lines into 16 pieces.
jumble up the pieces.
and now do the puzzle.
here you can see 12 objects.
6 of them relate to
winter. draw a circle around them.
then colour everything in bright colours.
take the picture with you to
school. show this exercise to your
winter. it’s been
Emma and Thomas are outside with their sledges. they are sledging down the hill.
ooh… they’re travelling so fast!
colour in the picture using colours that you like.
hang the picture on a
window in your house.
ho ho ho! it’s
Christmas again. here are four place cards to put on your festive table.
print out the picture on
strong papier. colour in the cards in festive colours and cut them out.
fill in the names.
fold the cards and arrange them on your Christmas table.
Christmas time, Father Christmas comes. he flies from the North Pole to here with his
sleigh. print out the colouring page on strong paper.
colour everything in festive colours.
cut out the sleigh and the two strips along the outer lines.
fold the sleigh as shown in diagram ‘2’ and do the same with the two strips.
spread glue on ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’ and ‘d’ and stick the strips in the right place.
put the sledge on your festive table.
Christmas bring every object to where it belongs.
do this by following the dotted line with a pen.
then colour in the picture.
put the colouring page by the
make your own
Christmas treedecoration. print out the picture nad colour it in.
cut out the decoration along the grey line and fold everything along the dotted line.
spread glue on the inside and stick the two sides together.
make a hole at the top with a
hole punch. would you like some more Christmas craft activities?
then download the free Christmas craft book
Christmas is a cosy time of year we look forward to it every year.
colour in everything in this picture that’s linked to
Christmas. can you also name all the objects?
put the colouring page beside the