Look closely at this lovely printable scrapbook paper and you'll see butterflies in lilac and blue amongst the flowers.
Scroll down for all sorts of butterfly printables for kids, including butterfly templates, butterfly matching game, pretty butterfly writing paper and more...
You don't get much brighter and more cheerful than our printable butterflies scene card - perfect for someone who needs cheering up, perhaps?
There are five versions of this pretty butterfly border; lined, plain, half lined, with handwriting lines and with half handwriting lines. Useful for lots of writing and drawing projects!
This might be one of the most colourful and prettiest writing frames on Activity Village, full of beautiful butterflies! We've included five different landscape versions of this frame in this pack, to suit different needs.
This butterfly alphabet printable is pretty and useful for all sorts or projects! Children can make a banner of their name or a butterfly sign for their bedroom door.
This useful poster is full of interesting facts for the kids to discover and learn, and might be a good starting point - or revision sheet - for a butterfly project.
Pretty butterflies to print and cut out! Use them to make your own game board, for sticking, for writing on... or how about sewing a line of them together with simple running stitch and embroidery thread for a pretty butterfly hanging or mobile? Available in black and white and colour.
I have one of these butterfly bookmarks marking the page of my diary – and it puts a smile on my face every time I see it! Once you cut them out you might want to laminate these butterfly bookmarks to make them longer lasting and protect the antennae.
These bright and cheerful butterfly colour matching cards are the perfect way to help the kids learn to recognise colours. Print and cut out each card, then cut in half. Mix them all up then ask the children to match each colour word to the correct butterfly.
These pretty butterfly images can be used for crafts or just for cutting and sticking. The antennae may have to be chopped off as you cut them out, of course! You can always draw them in again when the butterflies are in their new place.
Here's a fun butterfly lacing card to print, cut out and laminate for developing fine motor control in younger children.
How pretty is this butterfly lacing card? Perfect for a spring or summer lacing activity for little ones, who will enjoy its simple, chunky shape and the gorgeous spring pink colour.
Colourful and chunky, this butterfly lacing card is perfect for younger children and a great extra activity for spring and summer, or a butterfly topic.
This butterfly lacing card has an added benefit - the kids get to colour it in first! That will make it an extra special activity when they lace it too.
This handy printable butterfly life cycle diary prints onto A4 paper, which you can then fold to make an A5 booklet.
Use these butterfly lifecycle cards double sided to test vocabulary, or cut out individually for matching activities. To make double-sized flashcards, just cut around all the outer edges, fold along the vertical centre line and then glue back to back.
You can see all of the stages in the lifecycle of the butterfly together on this lovely poster. Perfect for project books and displays!
Our butterfly life cycle photo posters are perfect for classroom displays if you're learning about nature and life cycles.
There are four stages in the metamorphosis of butterflies, and we've shown them all in a simple diagram on this printable life cycle poster. Display our labelled version, or print the blank version and ask the children if they can name each stage.
We've got a set of 4 lovely colourful posters - one for each stage of the butterfly life cycle - to print and display in the classroom. Choose from labelled, or blank versions below.
This fun activity tests how much the kids know about the lifecycle of the butterfly. Print out the cards and the arrows, cut out (and laminate if you want to reuse them), then ask the children to arrange them in the correct order.
This set of butterfly life cycle word cards includes some of the terminology that you will need when describing the butterfly life cycle. Perfect for displays, vocabulary work and so on...
Count the pictures - all caterpillars and butterflies - and match to the right number card. Alternatively, fold the cards in half down the centre and glue back to back to form double-sided flash cards.
This pretty butterfly meadow jigsaw is a perfect summer activity for the children! Print onto some white card and cut out both pictures. Cut the larger picture into smaller pieces then jumble up ready for the kids to put back together.
Use this colourful poster to spark conversation. Talk about the colours, season, what the children are wearing, how many butterflies you can spot and how many of each type, and so on. Posters like this are great for building vocabulary and conversation skills with younger children.
This pretty mobile is a fun cutting and sticking activity for children - perfect for a wet summer afternoon, perhaps! Cut out each pair of butterflies and then glue together, trapping a piece of thread behind them.
Use your playdough to decorate the butterfly. Kids can let their imaginations run wild with this one. You might like to remind older children to keep their designs symmetrical...
The butterfly on the poster is a lovely yellow and orange. Print and display as part of a minibeast, garden, spring or summer project.
This beautiful butterfly has been caught by the camera enjoying a summer flower. Print this lovely butterfly poster for your minibeast display.
Print this pretty butterfly design scrapbook paper and use it to wrap gifts, cover notebooks, embellish scrapbooks ... anything goes!
This lovely butterfly scrapbook paper is a riot of bright colour and perfect for small craft projects, or wrapping little gifts.
There are seven co-ordinating designs in this pretty set of scrapbook paper, in bright summer colours and black and white. They would be perfect for creating your own butterfly mobile, wrapping small presents or other crafty projects.
There are 2 designs of this pretty butterfly and flower stationery. Print on A4 paper and then cut in half for conventiently sized A5 writing paper. Choose from blank, lined or handwriting lines versions, which are all included in this pdf file. Make sure you print the page you want!
This printable butterfly template is useful for so many kids crafts as well as in the classroom or your scrapbooking projects. For a really quick craft simply cut out a number of different sizes, get the children to colour them in, and string up to catch the breeze in a summer window!
Here is another pretty butterfly template to print for kids crafts and other projects. There are multiple sizes in the pdf file below.
A lovely rounded butterfly shaped template which is useful in all sorts of crafts. We've provided a variety of sizes on one page so you should find what you need!
Before children colour in our butterfly they have the added challenge of tracing the dotty lines on our cute butterfly tracing page.
It is easy to see the similarities between a butterfly and a moth, but harder to see the differences! This useful fact sheet provides some help.
These two posters can be used side-by-side to illustrate the differences between a butterfly and a moth. We've provided 5 differences for the kids to discover.
Pretty butterfly writing paper that girls are sure to enjoy, in pinks and yellows! Three versions available, just print and write...
Two gorgeous butterflies flutter on this pretty writing paper, which comes in three different versions.
Choose from three versions of this pretty butterfly writing paper: blank, lined or with handwriting lines.
Will this little boy manage to catch one of the pretty butterflies in his net? This lovely, summery jigsaw is a great way to keep the kids busy. Just print onto card, cut out both pictures then cut the larger picture into small pieces ready for the kids to put together.
This set of 4 pages provides one half of a butterfly illustration and asks the children to complete the other half. It's an excellent way to practise symmetry, develop drawing and colouring skills, and learn about the anatomy of a butterfly too.
This colourful activity is a great way for the kids to practise their drawing and concentrations skills, and learn about symmetry too. Can they complete each butterfly picture by drawing an exact reflection? We've got 2 sets to choose one, one with a grid to make the task a little easier.
This butterfly needs some wings! Your children can have fun drawing and decorating the wings however they chose, or they can use our picture as inspiration.
We've provided the outlines of lots of pretty butterflies. Now all the kids need to do is draw on some symmetrical designs and then colour them in!
In this guest post Shelly and her kids practise letters and words using the fun and cheerful butterfly letters available from Activity Village.
Have the colouring pencils ready. Once the kids have mastered our simple learn to draw a butterfly tutorial they will have fun creating lots of lovely coloured butterflies.
Our tenth mask template has a lovely butterfly shape, so why not try using paint, sequins and pom poms to create a beautiful butterfly mask? You could also use pipe cleaners to make some antennae!
This beautiful minibeast scrapbook paper is full of pretty butterflies, dragonflies and cute ladybirds. Perfect for crafting, origami, decoupage and much more.
Ths pretty lilac coloured printable scrapbook paper is covered in flowers and butterflies - so pretty for summer or any time!
This printable scrapbook paper features colourful childlike flowers, a butterfly and a gorgeous turquoise background - so pretty!