Here's a challenge for cat owners or lovers - come up with a cat-related word for every letter of the alphabet!
If you have a cat loving child in the family or classroom, they might enjoy having a go at these fun cat puzzles and printable activities...
Featuring only the numbers 1 to 10 but two cute pictures our cat and dog dot to dot is a perfect introduction to dot to dots for very young children.
You will find the rules for our cat boggler puzzle on the print out, and a hidden cat-related word too, for extra points.
Join the dots to complete this pretty picture of a cat, which the kids can then colour in. We have three versions: the usual dot to dot numbers, a lower case alphabet and an upper case alphabet.
Our second cat dot to dot has a simple outline to follow. Choose from three options; counting to 25, lower case alphabet or upper case alphabet.
This match up puzzle is a fun way for younger children to practise their observational skills and also to learn about pairs and odd ones out!
This lovely cat-themed maze gives children a chance to try out their maze skills and practise pencil control too.
There are 10 differences between these two pictures of cats enjoying themselves in the house. Can you find them all?
Here's a fun puzzle / drawing activity which will challenge the children's copying and pen control skills! Copy the missing bits of the cat on the left by referring to the picture of the cat on the right.
This is a charmingly illustrated maze featuring a fluffy kitten and mouse. Mazes are great for concentration and increasing fine motor skills. You can trace with your finger or use a pen.
Here's a lovely puzzle for younger kids. Ask the kids to guess which line comes from the ball of wool, then check if they are correct by tracing each line with their finger or a pen...