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Toddler Stained Glass Windows

Colouring stained glass window patterns is a great way to learn colours and to practise colouring inside the lines. Colouring is also great for developing fine motor skills and strengthening muscles required for writing at school.
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2+ For ages
45+ Minutes
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Colouring stained glass window patterns is a great way to learn colours and to practise colouring inside the lines.

Get your supplies!

You will need:

  • Micador Drawing Paper Pad

  • Micador Stay anywhere marker

  • Early Start Woody Crayons

Step 1: Draw your glass

Using your stay anywhere pen, draw the pattern of your stain glass window. You may like to draw out your pattern in grey lead pencil first, and then trace over with the marker.

Step 2: Add colour!

Fill in your stain glass window sections with lots of bright colour.

Step 3: Complete your window!

Keep colouring until your page is filled with colour. Challenge yourself and try not to colour adjacent sections with the same colour.

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