Pixie absolutely LOVES Peppa Pig and to make school a little more fun, I’ve sourced some great Peppa Pig Printables online for her.
Peppa Pig clip art from Disney Clips
Featuring Peppa, George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and Grandpa Pig
Peppa Pig Coloring Book from NickJr
Kids can color in Peppa, her little brother George, Mummy and Daddy Pig.
Peppa Pig Printables from Treehouse
Here are TONS of free printables for your little one to enjoy.
Peppa Pig Activities for Children from iChild
…we have many fun Peppa printable activities for your child to enjoy, including counting, letter work, spelling, colouring in sheets, posters, games, puppets and more! Simply click on the activity you’d like to view and print below…
Peppa Pig Activities from Ladybird
Read, play and learn with our fun free Peppa Pig downloads.
Easter fun with Peppa Pig! from The Ladybird Blog
Colour in this lovely Peppa Pig Easter card, decorate an Easter hat, or play a fun colouring and matching game, all available to download for free. Download and print the Peppa Pig Easter activity sheets.
Peppa Pig Letter Matching FREEBIE from Finally in First
I made a letter matching activity for the preschooler with her favorite Peppa Pig (a NickJr. show.)
Peppa Pig Easter Crafts from Essential Kids
Australia’s most popular pig, Peppa Pig, loves the Easter holidays. There are Easter egg hunts, fluffy bunny rabbits, fun games, pretty Easter bonnets and lots of things to do out and about.
Here are some fun Peppa Easter craft projects and ideas to make sure that children across Australia have a snortingly good time this Easter…
Peppa’s Activity Maker- Fun Preschool Crafts and Projects Featuring Peppa Pig – App Review from Fun Educational Apps
Peppa’s Activity Maker is a newly updated FREE app from Entertainment One for both IOS and Android devices. It includes a nice selection of crafts and activities that are suitable for children ages 3-5, starring Peppa Pig and her little brother, George. The opening screen offers two choices: one option lets you see all the activities at once; the second option lets your child find an activity using the Activity Generator. This is a noisy contraption that buzzes and dings, twirls and beeps, and then finally sends a box containing the directions for an activity out on the conveyer belt.