You can choose from 4 pages in our beetle acrostic poem printable. I think I would choose one with the cute beetle on!
Do the kids like beetles? Find out a little about them here, and print out some of our fun beetle resources!
Did you know?
Beetles come in many shapes and sizes, and there are over 300,000 different species living on our planet. They've been living on earth for a long time too - over 300,000 years! They come in many colours and patterns, from reds and purples to bright yellows and oranges, and with spots and stripes - so that gives you lots of ideas for our beetle colouring page!
Fun Fact: The featherwing beetle is the smallest beetle, and it can only be seen with a microscope!
Our Beetle Activities
Here is a beetle colouring page for younger children, who will enjoy the smile on our cute beetle's face!
Here is our starter handwriting worksheet featuring a fun beetle picture for the kids to colour in when they have traced the letters.
This is a fun beetle grid copy puzzle for younger children. Use the squares to help you copy the picture, bit by bit.
Kids can practise their handwriting – particularly the useful "double e" combination – with this fun beetle handwriting worksheet.
Write about the beetle with the our useful notebooking page. We have two versions - one with lines throughout, and one with space for drawing your own beetles!
Our smiley beetle is begging to be included in your minibeast theme display - or used to decorate a child's room!
This cute beetle is looking to star in a story. Can your children write one about him on our beetle story paper?
Our lovely beetle inspiration sure to encourage some excellent handwriting practice with this fun worksheet!
Children need to describe the appearance and behaviour of beetles on this beetle fact finding worksheet.
When you need a last-minute card, we have the solution! Print this funny beetles scene card onto lovely glossy paper or card using your printer's borderless settings, and fold in half.
Here's a fun scene, complete with beetles, to print out for your walls. Use your printer's borderless settings for the best result.
We've got two versions of this lovely beetles scene story paper - one with handwriting lines and one with simple lines - so that a range of ages can enjoy it.
Some parts of this cute beetle are missing and need to be filled in by the kids. Try it once while looking at the second picture, then try again without any help...
Quick and easy and great for younger children, this paper plate beetle is a super minibeasts craft idea and a useful way of teaching legs and pincers. Instructions below. Also useful as a scarab beetle for an Ancient Egypt theme.