Here's a set of "white" Scottie dogs of varying sizes to sort - on their own (by size) or with our other Scotties (by colour). Of course you can use this printable with different coloured paper or card to create your own sorting sets, too, or as a template for Scottie crafts.
White is a trickier colour than the others to illustrate, but we've done our best! Find white colouring pages and white posters here for your colour topic, and some useful craft ideas too..
White is a tricky colour to grasp - especially on a black and white page - but perhaps our little booklet might help. Print and fold (following our instructions for an origami booklet) and then have some fun!
Learn about the colour white with this fun worksheet. Children can practise writing the word, then look for things that should be white before colouring them in - or maybe circling them on this worksheet would be better! - and drawing their own pictures of other white objects.
As colouring in a white kite isn't very easy, you might want to get the children to draw something that is mostly white - a snowman, icicle, snowflake, fridge - on this kite colouring page.
It's tricky to colour in a white splat, really! But we've included it as one of our set of colour colouring pages.
Here's the first step to learning to write the word WHITE - finger tracing with our fun worksheet. Colour in the snowman, too - making sure to leave lots of him white, of course!
Here's a handwriting worksheet for the word WHITE. Finger trace first, then trace the dotted, guided letters, then the dotted letters, then have a go on your own...
There's a white kite on this poster, and it is just one of our set of colour posters with kites. They are fun flying around the classroom walls!
We've brought together a collection of typically white "things" for this colouring page. OK, it's always difficult to colour in something white, isn't it! But there are details like noses and hats and leaves that can be coloured in...