Here is a simple alligator template to print - great for kids crafts, the classroom or scrapbooking projects. Print it out in multiple sizes using the pdf file below.
Our animal templates are useful for all sorts of craft projects, with many available in a variety of sizes. Some of them also make useful writing frames for the classroom. You can find everything from small insects to huge mammals below - and lots in between!
The second of our bat templates features a large somewhat "Batman" like bat! We can think of lots of ways to use this one.
Use this bison template to cut out shapes for the classroom, kids crafts and other projects. Print it out in multiple sizes using the pdf file below.
This bunny face template can be used in so many ways, for decorating the house or classroom or in your craft projects. Of course you could simply orint onto white card and get the kids to colour in the nose, add eyes and "whiskers".
How about printing these bunny faces out onto white card, cutting them out and giving them to the kids to decorate. Then glue to the front of a portion of loo roll (or a strip of card rolled up into a cylinder) to make a fun bunny egg cup for Easter!
This printable butterfly template is useful for so many kids crafts as well as in the classroom or your scrapbooking projects. For a really quick craft simply cut out a number of different sizes, get the children to colour them in, and string up to catch the breeze in a summer window!
Here is another pretty butterfly template to print for kids crafts and other projects. There are multiple sizes in the pdf file below.
A lovely rounded butterfly shaped template which is useful in all sorts of crafts. We've provided a variety of sizes on one page so you should find what you need!
This cat wouldn't be out of place cut from black paper in a Halloween display - but could look equally good in a softer colour and with a cute face drawn on. It comes in various sizes.
This seems to me just the sort of cat that would be found sitting on the back of a witch's broomstick, or tucked in the corner of her room watching her stir up a potion in a cauldron!
Here is a simple dog template to print. Use the outline for kids crafts, the classroom or for scrapbook or notebook projects.. There are multiple sizes in the pdf file below.
This pretty dragonfly template to print is great for kids crafts and classroom projects. Get the kids to colour in a number of them in different sizes and use them to decorate the house!
This is the first of two duck templates - useful for farmyard or pond themes! There are multiple sizes in the pdf file below.
Here is our second duck template - this one a swimming duck - useful for farmyard and pond themes! There are multiple sizes in the pdf file below, or you can download the jpeg and resize it yourself if you prefer.
The second of our elephant templates, this one is more "realistic" in shape and might be suitable for older children as it needs careful cutting out. The elephant comes in multiple sizes.
Frogs are strange shapes, as this outline frog template shows! It's a little tricky to cut out so may be more appropriate as a tracing or colouring activity.
Use this simple frog template with younger children. Print out onto green card or cut out of green craft foam, then add stickers, splodges of paint, large googly eyes - whatever you like!
This giraffe template shows a giraffe turned slightly towards us, which gives children the opportunity to add the giraffe's features to the template as well as the pattern of his fur.
This giraffe template could be used in many different ways, but at its most simplest looks great cut from a light-coloured brown card in an African animal display. Add features and darker brown designs to the body. Did you know that no two giraffes have identical patterns?
Here's a goat template you can use for your farmyard crafts and writing projects. How about cutting out three different sizes from felt for a felt-board version of "Three Billy Goat's Gruff"?
This lovely hedgehog template is sure to inspire some crafts or fun autumn or wildlife displays. The template comes in three sizes. You could print it out onto brown card or paper and then line the noticeboard with hedgehogs!
Isn't this hippo template lovely? He makes a great writing frame, and he also looks lovely cut out of scrapbook or coloured paper.
This lovely horse template can be used in many different ways. How about tracing it, or colouring it in? You could use it to cut horse shapes out of paper or fabric for some simple collage or applique. The larger sizes would be nice as a writing frame for some horse-inspired writing, perhaps?
Here's a lovely outline template of a gentle horse. Use it for scrapbooking, crafts, applique, classroom projects or as a writing frame.
This horse template has a lovely, vibrant shape and might be useful for craft or classroom projects. Perhaps you could use it for a writing activity, with the finished horses prancing around the classrom in a row?
Here's an outline template of a kangaroo with joey in her pouch - useful in the classroom or home, for crafty projects or perhaps as a writing frame.
We've got a blank and a lined version of this kangaroo frame. Use it for writing projects or perhaps as a template in kangaroo crafts?
I'm not totally sure how we will use this lovely yellow kangaroo - but I love it, so I thought I would share it!
Here's a funny kangaroo template - skinny but simple to cut out and therefore useful in lots of kids projects, we hope!
Here's a template for a leaping kangaroo, similar to the kangaroo you see on road signs in Australia. It's fairly easy to cut out and the larger sizes also make a useful and unusual writing frame.
Here's a simple outline koala template that you can use in your crafts and writing projects at home and in the classroom. The koala comes in a variety of sizes.
This lovely lamb frame is perfect for Spring! You can use the blank version as a template or a writing frame, and we have a lined version for older children too.
This large lamb writing frame works particularly well for younger children to cut out (as a template) or draw in, or for older children's writing projects. There are so many ways you can make use of it...
This funny lamb or sheep writing frame is sure to brighten up your walls or board displays! The blank version works well as a template too. How about using the lined version for some copywork?
I love this lizard template and so did my son when he was younger. We used it to cut out lots of lizards in different colours to decorate one of his folders. The larger sizes are just about big enough to use as writing frames, too.
Here's a useful little mouse template which comes in various sizes. Use it for tracing, cutting out, collaging, scrapbooking ... or even as a writing frame.
Here's a fun penguin template - which comes in many different sizes. Cut penguins out in paper, card, fabric or craft foam, and use them to decorate your classroom or home! The larger sizes make good writing frames too.
This pig template comes in various sizes and will hopefully prove useful for crafts, notice boards and maybe writing projects too.
Here's another pig template - this one a more realistic farmyard pig shape. It comes in a variety of sizes.
Part of our Australian animal theme, this duck-billed platypus template is instantly recognisable! Use it for crafts, tracing, cutting or writing projects.
Here's a leaping rabbit or bunny template - useful for Easter or Spring crafts and activities, or of course for a rabbit theme. Imagine a line of these bounding along the bottom of the notice board in the classroom - or as name tags or place tags for an Easter party!
This cute bunny rabbit template is useful for all sorts of craft projects. For younger children, why not simply scrunch up some squares of tissue paper and glue onto the shape, then cut out? Older kids could use it to make a simple soft toy with white felt and a white pompom tail!
I love this simple rabbit writing frame as it can be used in so many different ways. The blank version makes a good template or just a fun outline for a younger child to practice his or her letters on. The lined rabbit writing frame could be used in all sorts of writing projects.
Here's a reindeer template for Santa's reindeer in 4 different sizes, for use in your Christmas projects!
Here's a useful rhino template in various sizes. Use it for tracing, cutting, colouring in or writing inside!
We've provided four sizes of this useful rhino template, from small to large. You could use them in your craft projects or displays, or make a size ordering activity for the kids.
Here's a cute seahorse template in a variety of sizes. It makes a useful guide for seahorse crafts, a simple colouring activity or maybe a writing frame.
This snail template is so simple to cut out and use but instantly recognisable. It makes a great shape for displays and crafts and looks particularly effective with a number of coloured snails squelching along in a straight line!
Here's a spooky Spider template, perfect for Halloween projects! Print it out in multiple sizes using the pdf file below.
This spider template is just slightly different from our first, but once again it is a fairly simple shape to cut out and comes in a variety of sizes. It's perfect for Halloween projects: just a few of these strung up in the corners would spook most of us!
This squirrel template has fairly simple outlines, making it suitable for younger children to cut out, and comes in a variety of sizes. You could use the larger sizes as a writing frame in the classroom, too. You could also check out squirrel template 1.
There's no mistaking this swallow template - the swallow is a very distinctive shape! We have a variety of sizes to choose from.
Here's a prowling tiger template in a variety of sizes, perfect for an India or zoo theme. Use if for crafts, as a tracing outline or, with the larger sizes, as a writing frame.
This gorgeous turtle template looks great cut out of coloured paper or card, scrapbook paper or craft foam. Useful for crafts and also perhaps as a tracing activity or writing frame.