DRAWING & PAINTING:
Dino and Brown Teddy and I
really enjoy drawing and colouring, and I am putting Dino's favourite
pictures here as colouring pages. We have made a start using our
photos of our friends from Reptile Events.
Dino is especially keen to have some dinosaur colouring pictures, especially after visiting the Dino-Mites exhibition at Stockwood Park in Luton, so we are going to work on that. You can see photos of the dinosaurs in my diary entry for 20 May 2012.
Here are our friends from Reptile Events stands that we have visited, and you can save the GIF drawings given below for colouring. There are more photos on their website www.reptile-events.co.uk showing what colour they all are and you can also download these same colouring pictures from their Children's Corner page.
I have also made the drawings into a miniature folding booklet. In the PDF are instructions on folding, then the booklet page, and all the drawings below, so you have them all in one place. But you might also want the individual GIFs to colour in on screen or print at different sizes.
Citrine the Burmese Python
Bruce the Bearded Dragon
Nutty the Leopard Gecko
Cobalt the Blue-Tongued Skink
I think we will need mainly brown and yellow pencils. If you print several copies, you can do a practice version to test out which colours look best. If you print them on only half a page, you can make your own cards to send to people.
We have seen all these reptiles quite a lot by now and if you search the website for the word reptile skink snake or dragon you will find all the diary entries when we met them at different events.
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