Younger children can colour in the Scottie green. Slightly older children might like to try filling the Scottie with parallel lines in a green pencil...
A collection of activities with a green theme - including colouring pages, printables and crafts... lots to explore here!
Green is the colour for this little pocket-size book - and we hope that children will want to add it to their collection of our colour booklets!
Children can learn all about the colour green - and learn how to write the colour word too. Then get out the colouring pencils!
Colour a green kite, cut out and display. Or, for beginner readers, colour the word "green" and look for a picture to cut and stick underneath the word.
These lovely bright green letters will liven up any display or lettering game that you play with the kids. You will find the complete set of upper and lower case letters in the one pdf file below, with clickable links at the front to make printing individual letters a little easier.
Encourage your child to trace over the letters in the word GREEN with their forefinger, starting on the dots and following the arrows. It's a good way to get them confident before they trace again, this time with a pencil.
Just one of our colour handwriting worksheets, this one gives children the opportunity to practise writing the word "green", both with our guided letters and on their own.
All the things on this colouring page could happily be coloured green: a leaf, peas, a frog, broccoli and a grasshopper1
Green is the colour theme of this word tracing worksheet! Colour the picture green, then trace the dotted letters to spell the word...
Sort these green Scotties by size or combine with other colours for more challenging sorting activities.