Fairy Colouring Sheets


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Fairy Colouring Sheets - fairy, fairies, traditional tales, fairy colouring sheets, traditional tales colouring sheets, fantasy, fantasy colouring sheets
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  • Sep 26th


  • Aug 16th

    Holiday club activities

  • May 11th

    we have a visit from a Dentist so looking for tooth fairies

  • Jan 3rd

    school activities

  • Sep 11th

    Fairy Themed Birthday Party.

  • Aug 23rd

    Printing for my daughter and her friend, as she is coming to play and we are having a princess and fairy themed day. For colouring. :-) Thanks.

  • Aug 8th

    Awesome to use on the cold , wet inside lunchtimes that we are having here.

  • Jul 24th

    For my daughter to colour in.

    • Jul 24th

      Hi Elaine4l,
      Thank you for sharing! :) I hope she enjoys it!

  • Jul 13th

    We are having a 'girlie' session in nursery tomorrow, so I'm finding any activities they will love! Lots of glitter coming my way...!

    • Jul 13th

      Hi Juffy42,
      That's lovely! Hope your day goes well! :)

  • May 2nd


  • Apr 28th

    What would you use this resource for? - Please let others know how you rate this resource! Would have liked some boy fairies too.

    • Apr 28th

      Hi Suzisooz, thank you for your review, I have passed your thoughts along to our design team to see what they can do for you. I hope this helps. :)

  • Apr 28th

    Extra activity during supply - Year R

  • Mar 20th

    School group visit to tourist attraction

  • Jan 28th

    Decorate them at home with my daughter

  • Jan 20th

    I intend to use the pictures on a display

  • Jan 4th

    to enhance my creative area, and decorate the role play area in my yr 1 class

Fairy Colouring Sheets

Fairy Colouring Sheets - This set of 9 colouring sheets feature a variety of lovely fairies from different traditional tales. Colouring is a fun and creative way for your children to practise their fine motor skills, whilst also helping to increase familiarity with story characters and major plot points. Try turning the characters into puppets by cutting them out and glueing or taping them to lollypop sticks. See if your children can re-enact a story or make up their own using appropriate language and the other items as display props.
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