Use our pretty story paper to write about the cockatoo or to make up a story with a cockatoo as the central character. Don't forget to colour in the picture!
Australian Animal Story Paper
Our story paper printables are a fun way to encourage creative writing, but can also be used for descriptive writing or for storing facts, writing out research etc. This collection features some of our favourite Aussie animals!
With a choice of handwriting or lined versions, our crocodile story paper is suitable for young writers copying out their first sentences or more fluent writers ready to tell a story.
Choose from lined or handwriting versions of our emu story paper. Use to display poetry or story writing, and don't forget to colour the emu...
Children can make up a fun story using our kangaroo colouring picture as inspiration - or perhaps just describe what they see in the picture.
Write a story about a kangaroo, or use our cute story paper for recording facts about this most famous of Aussie animals! And of course the kids can colour in the picture, too.
Children can write their own koala story using this fun colouring picture for their inspiration, or perhaps try some descriptive writing...
Colour in the koala and then use the lines below (normal or handwriting) to write a story or collect together some koala facts...
This story paper can be used for writing facts about kookaburras or for creative writing tasks - either way, kids will enjoy colouring in the picture, too.
Write about the interesting platypus, native to Australia, or make up a fun story using this story paper. We have two versions to suit a range of ages - one with handwriting lines and one lined for older kids.
We've got two versions of this lovely shark story paper - one with handwriting lines and one with simple lines - so that a range of ages can enjoy it.
I think the kids could write a lovely story about a whale, inspired by the picture on this story paper!
Here's our wombat scene colouring page in story paper form. Children can use the picture as inspiration for some creative writing, or describe what they see in the picture.