Summer is here and it also means summer break for kids. You know it because it’s the same thing every year, but kids get bored very quickly and need something to occupy their attention. One of those boredom busters can be these free summer coloring pages you can print and hand over to your child!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
We added whooping 20 coloring pages with summer theme:
- sand bucket
- ice cream
- floatie ring
- beach ball
- sand castle
- beach umbrella
- flamingo floatie
- diving mask
- beach towel
- popsicle stick
- palm tree
- beach bag
- swimming suit
Since little kids (toddlers and preschoolers) get easily overwhelmed when coloring pages are too complex, these summer coloring pages with a single object will be perfect for them.
USE OUR FREE SUMMER COLORING PAGES MULTIPLE TIMES!
f you switch from crayons to watercolors or from pens to poster paint, you can make use of the same coloring pages multiple times.
Here are few ideas how to make coloring pages more interesting:
- ask a child to invert colors – for example, make upside down rainbow
- use an art tool they never used before (like chalk markers or watercolor brush pens)
- ask them to color with their fingers (use washable finger paint or washable stamp pads)
EXTEND THE PLAY WITH THE BOOK ABOUT SUMMER
Llama Llama loves splashing in the waves, building sandcastles on the beach, and soaking up the sun! This casebound book includes 5 interactive touch-and-feel elements and a story that kids will want to read over and over again! Find the book here: United States | Canada | United Kingdom
Young readers can raise flags, patrol the beach, and even build a sandcastle in this bright and colorful casebound board book, complete with gentle narrative text and tabs to slide, push, or pull on every spread. Find the book here: United States | Canada | United Kingdom
WHAT ELSE CAN A CHILD DO IN SUMMER?
Here are few suggestions for your toddlers and preschoolers:
- let them have fun with a backyard scavenger hunt
- set up an easy (and cheap!) net fishing activity outside
- join them for a nature exploration
- invite them to mess up and play with a mud