Planet Designs Kids
Winter Weather free colouring page and activity
It’s the Winter season in Australia so we’ve created a free colouring page of what you might see outside your window on a Winters day.
Further extension activity:
After colouring it in, cut each window pane out and stick them to a larger piece of paper/card, where each day for…
Scavenger Hunt at the Beach
It’s time for Winter School Holidays in Victoria and many people have gone away on holidays or go out each day for little adventures. Though the wind may be cool and the skies a little grey it’s still a great time to go and explore the beach, which is why…
Humpback Whale and Southern Right Whale Migration, Free Colouring Page
It’s so exciting!! We have just had the first sighting for the season off Ocean Grove, Victoria!! “What season?” I hear you ask… Whale Migration Season.
During Winter in Australia from around June through to August, we can see Humpback Whales and Southern Right Whales travelling along the Victorian coastline…
Australian Rainforests and Animals Free Colouring and Activity Pages
Rainforests are such an important part of our world. They absorb our carbon dioxide, stabilize climate patterns, and are home to half the world’s plant and animal species. It is “World Rainforest Day” on the 22nd June 2021 so we’ve created this free colouring page and activity page to introduce…
World Ocean Day Free Colouring and Activity Pages
“World Ocean Day” is on Tuesday the 8th of June 2021.
We’ve created a free colouring page including some marine animals you’ll see in the big blue ocean and coastal marine habitats such as: Humpback Whale, King George Whiting, Sea Star, Bottlenose Dolphin, Green Sea Turtle, Giant Kelp, Weedy Sea…
Autumn Leaves in Australia free colouring page
As we near the end of Autumn this month, plenty of deciduous trees still have brightly coloured leaves clinging to their branches.
We have designed this free colouring page to celebrate some of the deciduous trees you’ll find in Australia. Colour them in, cut them out and stick them to…