Here's a fun way to learn how to form your letters! Trace over the letters of the word cockatoo, then colour in the picture. You could laminate this page and use with a dry wipe pen.
Australian Animal Worksheets
Here you will find our popular handwriting worksheets for a collection of Aussie animals and birds, as well as some "maths facts" colouring pages that younger children will enjoy. Choose the level suitable for your child and just print them out!
There's plenty of handwriting practice on this cockatoo-themed worksheet! Trace the letters in various formats and then write it oneself on the last line...
Find out some simple facts about the cockatoo for this fun workksheet - available in colour or black and white.
Our crocodile factfinding worksheet might be good to take to the zoo. Can the kids find out some answers from the information boards on the displays?
The kids can have some fun finding out facts about emus and filling in this worksheet. Choose from colour or black and white.
Practice writing the letter W with this worksheet, which also offers children the chance to draw or stick pictures of things that begin with the letter W.
Younger children can practice their letter formation by tracing over the letters of "kangaroo", encouraged by this lovely kangaroo picture. Perhaps they could colour him in too?
Kids can practice their handwriting with the encouragement of our lovely kangaroo! There's plenty of space for writing the word on their own, too.
Work out the simple sums so that you can find the right colours for this kangaroo colouring page - fun!
Younger children can learn to write the letters of "kangaroo" with this lovely worksheet, complete with colouring page.
Children will need to find out a few simple facts about the kangaroo to fill in this fun worksheet, available in either colour or black and white.
Here's a fun worksheet for your youngest children. Colour the koala picture and then trace the letters of KOALA with your finger to get the letter formation correct. You can also laminate the page and trace the letters with a dry wipe marker.
Younger children can get plenty of practice tracing the word KOALA with this handwriting worksheet - and there's space at the end to try writing it on their own, too.
Find out some quick facts about the koala, and use them to fill in this worksheet. It is available in colour or black and white below.
Trace over the letters of the word "kookaburra" and then colour in the picture! You could laminate this page and use it again...
"Kookaburra" might be a tricky word to spell, but when the kids have finished this fun handwriting worksheet they will be confident about it!
Use this fun worksheet to encourage some fact-finding about the Australian kookaburra! Choose from colour or black and white.
Here's a fun worksheet designed to encourage the kids to find out and record some interesting facts about the platypus - a truly interesting and unique animal! Available in colour or black and white below.
Here's a fun way to teach your children their letters! Trace of the word "shark" with a finger first, then a pen, starting at the dots and following the arrows.
Kids can trace and copy the word shark to perfect their letters, then try writing it themselves with this handwriting worksheet.
Do some fact-finding about sharks and record the results on this simple worksheet, available in colour and black and white.
Trace over the dotted lines on this worksheet. There's lots of practice - first in the picture of the whale, and second in the letter W.
Children can start to learn how to write the word WHALE with our fun finger tracing worksheet, and colour in the picture, too.
The children will have plenty of time to perfect their handwriting with this fun handwriting worksheet featuring the word whale!
Here's one of our fun worksheets, designed to encourage children to find out and record some interesting facts about whales. Available in colour or black and white below.
Younger children can practise their letters with the help of our lovely wombat! You could laminate this worksheet to use with a dry wipe pen in the classroom.
Children can first trace, then write by themselves, the word "wombat". Fun for an Aussie animals theme!