Over the next few months we'll be posting some great downloadable colouring in sheets, created by Amy-Scarlett.  Some of them will feature Sam from Why, Mummy, other's won't! We hope young and old alike will enjoy colouring them in. (Or coloring in if you're in the USA or Canada!) We'd love to see any coloured in sheets you'd like to share!

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Colouring In Sheets

In some countries Mother's Day is celebrated in March, in others it's in May. Whenever you're celebrating this special day, here's a cute free colouring in sheet for your Mummy, Mommy, Mammy, Mum, Mom, Mam or Mama! 

Here, Sam means well, but it looks like he's pulled up Mummy's best blooms to make this Mother's Day bouquet! 

Red Nose Day 2021 - Comic Relief 

To celebrate 'Red Nose Day' on 19th March March 2021, Sam is dressing up as a red nosed super hero - and so is his puppy! 

Red Nose Day takes place every two years and it's a televised fund raising effort the whole of the UK loves to get involved in. It's an opportunity to be silly and raise money for some great causes!

Click here to visit the Comic Relief website.

Mother's Day 

Download your free

colouring in / coloring in sheets!

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Did you know that it's World Bee Day on 20th May? 

Sam is always asking questions and if he asked Why are bees important, the answer would be:

  • Bees pollinate 85% of the world's flowers

  • Bees pollinate 35% of the world's food crops

  • Bees are vital to many ecosystems 

  • Honey from bees is food for birds and animals, as well as people.

Lots of reasons to celebrate bees - as well as the fact that they are cute and fuzzy!

Click the blue button to download the free colouring in sheet as a PDF 

World Bee Day! 

Click the blue button to download the free colouring in sheet as a PDF 

Click the blue button to download the free colouring in sheet as a PDF 

We'd love to know what you think of our picture book! Whether you're looking for a story to read to children, or for young readers to read for themselves we hope you will enjoy Why, Mummy?