Fun printables for children

Are your kids stuck indoors on a rainy day? Perhaps you're looking for some fun outdoor activities, or even a way to keep the children happy on long car journeys? We've got it all covered with our collection of printable activities for children, and the best thing is they're all completely free! Simply choose the activity, download and print to keep your little ones busy for hours, away from the screens of phones and tablets.

My Holiday Diary

Full of fun activities and designed to help children record their holiday memories, we have two free printable books you can print: My Holiday Book, for ages 3-5, and My Holiday Diary, for those aged 5+. Once finished, they also make a lovely keepsake of your cottage holiday.

Beach Treasure Hunt

If you’re heading for the coast, take along this fun activity to help you spot and identify all sorts of seaside delights. Who can find the most treasures while down on the beach?

Countryside Treasure Hunt

There are so many wonderful hidden treasures in the countryside - take this printable treasure hunt with you on your rural break and search for feathers, animal footprints and more! It's perfect for long country walks and soaking up your surroundings.

Roadside Bingo

The perfect in-car game for a long journey, keep your eyes peeled for signs at the side of the road and tick them off on your bingo card. The hours on the road will whizz by thanks to this simple game!

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Activity Pack

We teamed up with our friends at Puffin Books to bring you this bumper fun-filled pack of Diary of a Wimpy Kid themed activities perfect for a road trip.

Printable colouring pages

Perfect for popping in your suitcase and pulling out to keep your little ones busy! Choose from a farmyard or underwater theme, print and get colouring.

Traditional vintage downloadable games

Give your children a taste of your childhood holiday experiences with these vintage downloadable games and activities. Become a spy with our invisible ink recipe, play a game of Would You Rather? or make a colourful Whirligig!

Posted by Clare on 3rd July 2018