Here's a cute kitty to colour in! And we've left a space to design a collar for your cat too. Don’t forget to give them a name and perhaps a little fish to eat?!
This free print out is available from HERE
We've rounded up some great links below to help your child with colouring techniques...
Art is Fun has some great tips for colouring in with pencils:
The "go to" crayon, Crayola has some wonderful ideas here:
They also have lots of free colouring print outs on their site:
And remember colouring is not just for the kids! It's very therapeutic, so why not print out a few copies for the whole family, young and old?
The illustrator Millie Marotta has created a beautiful and de-stressing colouring-in sheet to download.
"Colouring is a great way to get creative indoors. It’s also a relaxing activity that can help keep anxious thoughts at bay. In this time of crisis, many of us are feeling worried. Millie Marotta’s Love NHS initiative offers a way to de-stress through the mindful activity of colouring in while celebrating the heroes working in the National Health Service.
Download from here: