Saint Nicholas and Black Pete will be coming to visit. spot the 10 differences between these 2 pictures.
colour the picture in your favourite colours.
in the evening, put the picture beside your shoe.
perhaps you’ll get some extra
make your own
Saint Nicholas! print out the picture and colour it in.
cut out the figure along the black lines as explained in the drawings beside the pair of scissors.
take extra care when you’re cutting around
Saint Nicholas’ beard. spread glue on the strip marked ‘a’ and stick the figure shut.
put the figure of
Saint Nicholas somewhere where everyone can see it.
autumn now! the days are getting shorter.
every day it’s getting colder outside.
it’s time to light the
woodburner or the open fire. it’s so cosy to sit on the
sofa by the fireside reading a book. colour this picture in warm colours.
give the colouring page to your best friend.
after a long
winter it’s time for spring to come.
Thomas goes into the garden and smells spring al. he picks up a
bucket and a rake and goes to work in the garden. there are still a few
leaves lying on the ground. Thomas puts them in his
bucket. use bright colours to colour in this picture.
put the picture in your neighbour’s letterbox.
birds are eating yummy things lying on the bird table. print out this
puzzle on strong paper. first colour in the picture in bold colours.
then cut out the
puzzle along the lines. start doing the puzzle.
the snowflakes are fluttering down.
everything’s turning white.
it’s so pretty.
colour this picture in wintery colours.
hang the colouring page on the
in the middle of
winter it’s cold outside. it gets dark early.
everyone’s sitting cosily indoors.
and reading a
book of kijkt TV. colour in this picture with colours that you like.
hang the picture on the
Christmas a lovely time of year? some people hang a Christmas wreath on their front doors.
print out this Christmas card and colour the wreath in bright colours.
cut out the card and fold it in half.
give the card to someone who enjoys celebrating
five of these objects don’t belong in and around the
Christmas tree. colour in these five objects using colours that you like.
give the picture to someone at
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.
Christmas time again. here are four name cards to put on the Christmas table.
print out the colouring page on
strong paper. colour in the name cards and cut them out.
write the names on them.
fold the cards and put them on the festive table.