Children will enjoy cutting along the dotted lines in the direction of the colourful balloons! Make sure that they stop just before the balloon, and start with the easiest path first!
You can't find a more important day for a child than their birthday! We've got here a selection of birthday printables, including free printable birthday invitations, thank you cards, labels to put on children at birthday parties, bag toppers for going away presents and of course a selection of free printable birthday cards for those moments when you can't find one anywhere and don't want to be empty-handed! There's lots here, and lots more planned (including birthday party printables for the most popular themed parties) so please explore below...
Balloons fly high on this pretty birthday scrapbook paper - useful for crafts or packaging and ready to print.
Colour in the birthday cake and then choose how many candles to cut out and stick on. Click the link below for our printable version.
This pretty printable scrapbook paper has a pattern of birthday presents and birthday cake - two of the very best things about birthdays! Use it to wrap small gifts, cut into gift tags, fold into cards ... or use it in your scrapbook!
I've called these candy templates because I started making them for Halloween, but of course here in the UK we know these as sweets! Either way they make for a useful template, with three different styles. Print them onto coloured card and string them up for a colourful decoration.
Counting plays a part in many celebrations; be it counting down to midnight or counting the number of puffs it takes to blow out the candles on a birthday cake. Help children practice counting to 10 with our celebration counting jigsaw.
What a fun time the children are having on our celebration poster! Use our poster as part of a celebration classroom display or as a way to show people where the party is!
Practise your letters with this handwriting worksheet featuring the word "gift". Useful for Christmas and birthdays!
The wrapping on this gift is a little bit boring! Children can have fun making a playdough bow and other decorations to make it an interesting and exciting gift that anyone would be thrilled to receive.
The simple lines on our gift or present tracing page suggest that your youngest children might enjoy this worksheet, tracing in the "channels" between the dotted lines with a thick pen or crayon and then colouring the picture in.
Our party jigsaw is a fun way to calm overexcited children by giving them something to focus on. Print the jigsaw on to card and then cut along the dotted lines into strips, children must then use their knowledge of ordinal numbers and the picture to put the strips in order.
Are you having a birthday or New Year party? Whatever the reason for your party (and who says parties need a reason?) show your guests the way with our eyecatching party poster.
This lovely cheerful party hat scrapbook paper is perfect for your birthday craft projects, as well as for wrapping up little parcels!