Kids can colour in this cute picture of a bunny - perfect for Easter or any time - but first they need to solve some simple sums to work out the right colours to use!
Lots NEW! We'll got a great selection of puzzles for you to print for your kids to enjoy this Easter, including some of our special word sudoku puzzles, word searches, match ups, counting puzzles, coordinates (a nice mixture between a puzzle and a worksheet), find the differences, how many words and lots more! Print out a few for odd moments over the Easter holidays when you need some entertainment, or use them to liven up the classroom before the holidays.
Our chick dot to dot is a fun activity for Easter, spring or a farm animal topic.
Can the kids match up the pairs of chicks and find the odd one out? Probably one of our cutest puzzles ever...
This lovely picture of a chicken will look all the more lovely if the kids get their sums right and use the correct colours!
Can you complete the missing areas on our chick? We have a complete picture to help you.
Younger children will enjoy counting up the different colours of eggs in this fun printable Easter counting activity.
How many lambs can your children find in this delightful spring farmyard colouring page?
Try to think up a word for each letter of the alphabet, all with an Easter theme...
Do you like playing a dice game with a similar name to this puzzle? If so, you'll enjoy this!
Match up the pairs of Easter bonnets and find the odd one out!
Fill in the grid by finding the grid reference for each square and colouring it in the right colour. When you are done the cute Easter bunny illustrated below will be revealed!
This Easter Bunny maze is a great activity to keep little fingers busy. Help the bunny find his way through the warren and pick up all the eggs!
Fill in the grid by finding the grid reference for each square and colouring it in the right colour. When you are done, the cute chick illustrated below will be revealed!
Here's a slightly tricky Easter crossword for the kids to puzzle over.
Can the kids complete this Easter crossword? We've made it easier for younger children by providing a list of the words they will need.
Fill in the grid by finding the grid reference for each square and colouring it in the right colour. When you are done, an Easter egg (illustrated below) will be revealed!
Children will have to study the eggs in this printable carefully, to work out which egg appears only once...
Find the pairs of matching Easter eggs. Then find the odd one out! This pretty Easter egg match up puzzle is great for younger children.
Children will enjoy finding their way through this stunning hand-drawn Easter egg maze...The chick is trying to reach the pretty Easter bonnet.
Can the kids spot all the differences between these two Easter pictures? And why not colour one of them in, too...
How many smaller words can the kids make out of the letters in Easter Eggs?
Here's a cute puzzle for younger children, who need to spot the differences between the two Easter pictures. And when they have found them all, why not colour one of the pictures in?
Hunt for the Easter words in this printable Easter word search puzzle.
For the younger children, here's a fun printable Easter word search puzzle that will keep them busy hunting for a while...
Two printable Easter puzzles - one much more difficult than the other - in which children need to count up the Easter bunnies. Fun for Spring too. Good counting practice for little ones!
How many Easter eggs can the kids spot in the Easter colouring page and puzzle...
How many eggs can the kids count in this simple Easter puzzle? Be careful where they overlap...
How many smaller words can the kids make using the letters in "Easter Bonnet"? Try this as a timed race or just challenge each child to go at their own pace.
Here's a fun little time filler for Easter, with a cute picture of an Easter bunny to appeal to the kids. How many smaller words can you make using the letters in "Easter Bunny"?
This isn't the easiest of our How Many Word challenges - but it will get the kids thinking! How many smaller words can you make using the letters in "Easter Eggs".
Help these rabbit friends find their way to the centre of the maze!
Match up the pairs of spring flowers in this pretty puzzle and find the odd one out. This will challenge the children's powers of observation!