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Collection of ALL summer colouring pages

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Are you looking for something to entertain the kids over the summer - or just to make you think of more sunnier times? Check out these 11 free summer themed colouring sheets. They should do just that.

Well, that’s it.  Our collection of summer colouring pages is over but fear not, we have brought them all back to you in one single place to download them all.

During these past few days we have learnt about crabs, how many different cloud types there are and shared some information about sea shells.

I hope your children have also found these facts useful.

Have your child(ren) been busy colouring them in already?  We would love to see some of their pictures so why not scan them (if you are able) or you could take an image with a camera phone and upload them to our Facebook page.

As promised, here they all are in one place:


Download this crab colouring page for some summer fun

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Palm Tree

palm tree

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Bucket and Spade

Bucket and spade

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Crab (2)

crab coloring page

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Crab (3)

Download today's crab printable to add to your collection of our other summer colouring sheets

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Seagull and cloud


Add our seagull and cloud to your collection of our summer colouring pages

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This warm sun colouring sheet is now available for you to download, perfect for the summer

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Gliding gently across the still waters of the sea, a boat can be a perfect way of catching those sun rays whilst just lazing about on the deck.

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Shells are customary on the beach and today we have a sea shell coloring printable just for you to download and keep

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