Print, fold and fill up thise cute little "special brother" booklets - perfect for a small gift for a birthday, new baby, special occasion or Bhaija-Dooj. Click here for instructions on folding our origami booklets.
If your children are lucky enough to have brothers, here is where they can come to celebrate them! We've got colouring pages and all sorts of printables including cards, posters, notebooks, story paper, picture frames and even a worksheet or two! You could include some of these activities in a "family" topic, or come here when you have a brother's birthday or other special occasion coming up.
This pretty card is so quick to print! Just print onto A4 paper and fold in half once, then in half again. It's done, and ready to give to a special brother...
If you have a special brother, then this is the writing paper to print out and use! We have a blank version and a ruled version, and they are both pretty special.
We've got three versions of our best brother diploma to print and colour - one for UK visitors, one for US visitors, and one "blank" for kids to fill in with the words or pictures that they choose.
At Diwali there is a day of the celebrations set aside especially for brothers and sisters. Sisters look after their brothers and cook for them, while brothers give their sisters gifts. Here's one of two colouring pages specially created for Bhaija Dooj.
Have some fun with our acrostic poem printable for B-R-O-T-H-E-R. We have two versions - one in black and white (colour in the letters yourselves) and one in colour.
Is there something that your brother is really good at, or maybe he's done something really kind for you? Use this printable to make him a personal award.
Fun brother bookmarks to print, cut out and colour. They make a perfect little gift for a special sibling!
Here's a colouring page that's perfect if you've got a football-mad brother! You can colour it in then give it to him to keep...
Do you have a brother who loves to ride his bike? You can colour in this fun picture for him and give it him as a surprise!
"Brother" isn't the easiest word to learn to spell or write, but this handwriting worksheet will give children plenty of practice.
Here's a story paper with a football theme to get the kids writing all about their brother! Does their brother play in a football team? Maybe they could write a match report? We have two versions to choose from to suit different abilities.
Kids can trace the letters of the word "brother" on this worksheet carefully, then colour in the picture.
This "brothers are special" booklet makes a perfect little gift, especially if his sibling fills it up with all the reasons for his "special-ness"! Print and fold using our origami booklet instructions.
Those of use who are lucky enough to have brothers know how special they can be - but when did you last let your brother know that you think he's special? Here's the card to do it! Print onto paper, then fold in half, twice.
Brothers are special - and here's the perfect writing paper to back that up! Children can use the blank version to draw a picture, or write about the special brother with the ruled version.
Here's a fun and quirky card to print and give to your 'bruv'! Simply print onto some good quality card, fold in half and write your message inside!
Here's a challenge that could end up in fits of giggles! Can you find an adjective for each letter of the alphabet that describes your brother?
Is there something your brother is really good at? Or is he just the best brother in the world? Print this trophy template out then fill in his name, and why you think he deserves it!
Here's a simple colouring page for Diwali featuring a brother and sister playing in the garden, designed for younger kids.
The kids will have lots of fun filling in this job description for the post of being their brother. What skills are needed for the role, and what are the salaries and benefits? And I wonder what their brother will think of the job requirements?!
The kids can use this cheerful coloured frame to draw a picture of their brother, or perhaps to write a story or poem about him.
Use this picture frame prompt to encourage the kids to draw a picture of their brother. We've drawn the chin and ears, so they can fill in the rest of his face!
Our picture galleries are a fun and creative way to store a few drawings or photos all in one place. Can the kids draw five pictures of their brother in the frames, or maybe they have five special photos they'd like to print and stick? Makes a lovely surprise for a birthday too.
Kids will have lots of fun completing this worksheet. What makes your brother a superhero, and what are his powers and weaknesses? Making up a superhero name for your brother might be good fun too!
Use our fun writing page to get the kids thinking about why their brother is a superhero. What special things does he do to help you?
Have fun with this "family recipe" printable, in which you create your perfect brother! Think about all the things that makes your brother special, and put them into the mixing bowl...
This lovely Special Brother Certificate is quick and easy to print and fill out, but would make a gift that any brother would treasure. How about printing it out when a new baby arrives - how cute would it look framed in the nursery!
Here's a fun card to give to your brother on any special occasion, or you can give it to him anytime just to let him know that he's special. Simply print out onto some card and fold in half.
A hand-coloured card is a really special gesture that's bound to go down well with any brother. Just print out the card, colour in then fold in half.
Here's a fun colouring page featuring a super brother! Print out, enjoy colouring it in then maybe give to your own super brother as a nice surprise?
Children can use our super brother story paper to write a creative story about a fictional superhero, or to write about their own "super brother"! Choose from handwriting lines for younger children, or ruled for older.
Do you have a super brother? Our writing prompt encourages the kids to get writing all the reasons why they think their brother is super!