This A is for Antelope poster is part of a set of beautifully illustrated alphabet posters that have been created for you. They would make a great wall frieze. We also have a colouring page of the same illustration.
Animal Alphabet Posters
Bright, cheerful, fun and easy to print - that's our collection of printable alphabet posters with a different animal for each letter of the alphabet. Some unusual ones too!
Our animal alphabet posters make great room decorations for children. You could frame one for each child and hang them over the bed or laminate and use to mark the door of the bedroom. Alternatively, use them to cover a file or folder, or just build up a whole animal alphabet. Available as colouring pages if you prefer.
This B is for Bear poster is part of a full alphabet set which would look great printed out and used as a wall display. There are colouring pages of each drawing too!
Alphabet posters make a great feature in any home or classroom, helping children become familiar with letters. This "C is for Cat" poster is part of a fun set we have created. There are colouring pages of all the images too.
Do you love dogs? This D is for Dog poster features a very cute example. Why not print out the whole set of alphabet posters and make a great display?
This is one of our set of colour alphabet posters; E is for Elephant. They make an impressive frieze for home or school. There are matching colouring pages too!
This poster features an exotic flamingo. There is a whole set of alphabet posters which are perfect for you to decorate a wall at home or in the classroom. You could give your pink pens a workout too on our matching colouring page!
G is for Goose on this alphabet poster. This is part of a beautiful set featuring animals and birds. They make a colourful and useful frieze for the wall.
You will be laughing when you print out this H for Hyena poster for your wall! Our fantastic set of alphabet posters feature animals and birds from around the world.
I is for Iguana! This colorful poster features the letter I and is part of a whole alphabet set. They would make a great display around a window or along the wall.
J is for Jaguar on this beautifully illustrated poster. Make an alphabet display or print it as part of a set of activities based on the letter J. There is a colouring page version of this too.
A cheerful K is for Kangaroo poster to print and display in your classroom or home! We have two versions available, one with added words and one without.
This lovely lion stands proudly in front of the letter L, to help kids learn their alphabet! It makes a lovely poster for the classroom or perhaps for the door of a child whose name begins with L?
N is for Newt, and that's what this poster says, bright and clear! It might be fun for a classroom display?
This lovely "P is for Panda" poster is sure to brighten up the classroom or home - and hopefully help the kids learn the letter P!
Not many of us have heard of a quoll! It is a meat-eating marsupial (pouched mammal) found mainly in Australia, and of course it starts, usefully, with the letter Q. Here's a "q is for quoll" poster to print and display.
Decorate the classroom with this S is for Snake poster - or perhaps display it in the bedroom or on the bedroom door of a child whose name begins with the letter S!
This lovely toucan poster is designed to help your children remember their alphabet, and perhaps introduce them a bird they might not have heard of before!
The uakari is a very strange looking monkey with a bald, red face - as you can see from our "U is for Uakari" poster!
Here's an animal alphabet poster to print of the letter V, with a magnificent vulture illustration to go with it.
Don't you just love this walrus, leaning on the letter W? I hope the kids do too, and it inspires some learning of the alphabet!
There aren't many creatures that begin with an X, so we hope you'll forgive us for this one! This x-ray fish makes a fun poster, though.
We hope the kids enjoy the picture of a yak on our "Y is for Yak" poster, and that it helps them to remember their alphabet. Of course, most of us will never actually meet a yak...