Badminton is either a gentle summer sport or a fast, competitive sport! Here's a badminton colouring page depicting the first kind of badminton game, to print for your kids.
Badminton is a raquet sport played as a singles or doubles game in which the competitors hit the shuttlecock - a flying object originally made out of feathers but now usually from plastic - over a high net. Badminton is a sport in the Summer Olympics.
Badminton is a lovely summer garden sport, but it is also fiercely competed in the Summer Olympics and Commonwealth Games! Print out this badminton handwriting worksheet for the kids to brush up their handwriting skills...
The outline of this badminton player tracing page is perfect for younger children, who can trace between the dotted lines. Older children can trace around both lines for more practice.
Just for fun, let the kids trace this badminton player and racket! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace both sets of lines for extra practice.
Just a simple poster of a child playing badminton - quick to print and fun to display at home or in the classroom.
Kids could write a story about a badminton match on this fun story paper. Two versions available - one lined and one with handwriting lines.
Badminton is a really fun sport! Use this story paper to get kids started with some creative writing. They can use the lined version or there's an easier handwriting version too.
Colour in the picture of a badminton player, and trace the word "badminton" beneath - a perfect activity for a rainy summer's afternoon!
If badminton is the kids' sport, they might like to have a go at drawing their own picture! Just follow along and see what you end up with...
The shuttlecock - a flying object made out of feathers, known to most of us through badminton, has been used traditionally in kicking games of skill in China.