Colouring fun for kids

Time to whip out the colouring pencils, paints and markers! Print off these colouring sheets and make staying at home fun again.

These fun themed colouring sheets and colour by numbers will keep your little ones occupied for hours. Plus getting creative boosts positivity and mood, just in case the kids are turning into grouchy gremlins during lockdown….

Grumpy Gizmo
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Colour by theme

Appy Kids has lots of great downloadable colouring sheets to choose from. Just click into each below to get printing. Happy days!

https://appykids.com/colouring-numbers-1-10-appy-ocean-printable/

Colour Appy Kids heroes

https://appykids.com/colouring-sheets-the-appies-printable/

Colour by numbers

https://appykids.com/colour-by-numbers-animals/

Colour in Willie the Viking and Vicky the Warrior

Need new colouring pencils?

With a lot of stores offering online shopping, now is a good time to stock up your kids colouring pencil collection. The Book Centre has lots of stationery for kids. Check out their products below.

Another good local store for stocking up on stationery is The Range who has a large range of art supplies for kids.

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