We understand how tricky it can be keeping little ones entertained. Whether it’s a rainy day, long car journey or a spare hour before bedtime, it’s always good to have something on hand to entertain! Our selection of kids’ activity sheets have been designed to keep children busy and give them something fun to keep afterwards. So, join Morris the Bear and get creative!
Let your children’s creative side come to life with our range of colouring sheets. We have five different pictures to choose from, including Morris the Bear, his MG car and a host of different characters.
Whether your children love colouring with pencils or wax crayons, they’ll have a great time bringing these scenes to life. If you have older children who love being arty, why not print the pictures out on thicker paper or card so that they can paint them instead?
If you’re feeling ready for something more ambitious, our tracing sheets allow you to place Morris the Bear in your own pictures.
Activity Sheets & Puzzles
We all love puzzles and games, and our selection of activity sheets will keep children busy for hours on end. Dot-to-dots and ‘spot the difference’ games are ideal for younger kids, while the counting games will help them practice their maths skills.
All of our activity sheets can also be coloured in once they’re complete, providing two activities in one!
|Dot 2 Dot||Trace|
|Shadow Match||Spot The Difference|
The fun doesn’t have to end once you’ve finished your kids’ activity sheets. Here are some ideas to make the most of the sheets and have even more fun:
Siblings Challenge – why not print out several copies of the sheets and start a challenge of who can finish their activity the quickest? Simply set a timer on your phone and watch as they race to the finish line. The maze and ‘spot the difference’ are both great for this – in fact, we bet that parents will want to challenge each other too.
Frame Your Art – once the kids’ colouring sheets are finished, choose the best ones to frame and display in your home like real works of art. If you don’t have any spare frames handy, you can also make an activity of creating these. Thicker card or cardboard is perfect for this, and you can use stickers, ribbons or feathers to make your frames as creative and eye-catching as possible.
Post to a Family Member – is there a relative you haven’t seen for a while that would love to see your little one’s finished artwork? Task your children with writing them a note on the back of the activity sheet and also preparing the envelope. If you would rather not send a letter in the post, why not stick your creations up on the inside of your windows for neighbours to see?
Make Your Own – if your children finish all of the puzzles and colouring-in, let them have a go at creating their own versions. Use our Morris the Bear tracing sheet to create counting puzzles or ‘spot the difference’ pictures that they can share with their brothers and sisters.
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