Our Seasons Colouring Pages show the changing scenes of spring, summer, autumn and window using a view through a window.
In our spring image you’ll see daffodils, tulips and crocuses springing into life in plant pots and pansies emerging in the garden. There’s apple blossom too and a wheelbarrow to help with some ‘spring cleaning’.
On the summer colouring page you’ll see that the tree is now in full leaf which is providing shade for the paddling pool and picnic rug. The garden is full of sunflowers and poppies and the cat is enjoying the hot sunshine.
When autumn arrives there’s pumpkins, apples and plenty of leaves to rake up because the strong wind is blowing them off the trees.
In the winter image you’ll see geese migrating, plenty of snow and footprints and some holly with berries in the borders for a splash of colour.
Colouring Page for Spring
Yes, we enjoy winter and all the excitement and change that it brings however there is nothing quite as uplifting as feeling the first warm rays of spring sunshine on your face and knowing that warmer days are coming. In this spring ‘through the window’ colouring page we’ve shown sunshine and showers (because that’s what spring time in the UK looks like!) but also the trees are blossoming, flowers are appearing, and the birds are busy collecting twigs for their nests so it must be spring. There’s plenty of garden jobs to do too!
Colouring Page for Summer
Summer means warmth and freedom to explore along with barbecues and eating and playing outdoors. Our free printable summer colouring page also shows a paddling pool and a picnic rug in the shade of an apple tree. Colour in a bright yellow sun and clear blue sky to make this colouring page look like a perfect summer’s day and make sure that the green grass lawn is neat and tidy. It looks like the cat is enjoying the hot weather but – like all cats – he’ll soon get hot and bothered and slink off to find some cool shade.
Colouring Page for Autumn
This free printable image shows a garden covered in leaves which need raking up … although the cat is enjoying chasing them! Check out the large pumpkins in the border and apples on the tree and make sure that they are coloured in; you can draw in plenty more pumpkins too if you want to create a giant orange pumpkin patch. Here in the UK autumn is an exciting time of year because while we’re sad to leave summer behind we know that autumn means Halloween and Bonfire Night are on the way, and that Christmas is rapidly approaching.
Colouring Page for Winter
It’s a beautiful snowy winters day so it’s time to build a snowman and play snowballs. Add some colours to this printable ‘view through the window’ winter image by giving the snowman some bright clothes and a bright orange carrot nose. You could add a Christmas tree too with plenty of colourful decorations. There are some green tufts of grass poking through the snow which can be coloured in and don’t forget the birds which are pecking away at some food that somebody has kindly put out for them. Always remember to take care of wildlife in the cold winter months and provide them with food and water.
Four Seasons Colouring Page
This printable colouring sheet brings together the four seasons in one ‘Circle of the Seasons’ to highlight the never ending natural cycle of spring, summer, autumn and winter. In the spring quadrant there are plenty of flowers and butterflies to colour in to represent nature bursting back into life after a long cold winter. In the summer quadrant we’ve drawn a big hot sun and an ice lolly with an ice cream cone; for us, it has to be ice cream every time. Blink and you’ll miss summer, it seems to go so fast! … then it’s time for autumn and the beautiful browns, reds and golds that the leaves on our trees display as they get ready for a long sleep. We’ve drawn a snowman and snowflakes in the winter colouring in quadrant so there’ll be a lot of white! … but do makes his scarf, hat and nose as colourful as possible.
Definition of quadrant: each of four quarters of a circle.
Template for a View Out of A Window
Here’s a blank page with just a window frame so kids can create their own outdoors scene for their favourite season. Variations could include a view of a park or street instead of a garden … or how about a school playground which also changes throughout the year and helps us to appreciate the beauty and excitement of our constantly changing environment.