Can the kids copy the baseball cap from the left grid to the right? Once done, why not try drawing another unaided, and colour it in?
Have some fun with our clothing printables for children of all ages. You'll find writing frames for the classroom, tie templates for dressing up and presents for Dad, matching games and more, all with a clothes theme. Lots more to come soon, too.
Learn the useful CVC word "cap" with the help of this printable poster. The picture could also be cut out for display - or even used as a lacing card or base for collage.
Print and cut out our cap template in different sizes. You could print onto white card and cut out for younger children to colour or decorate, or leave it for older children to use the shape for collage or even with writing projects. It would work well in a clothing, summer or sports topic.
Here is a fun way to practise spelling! Print out this picture of a coat, then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
Use your playdough to give this boy a nice colourful hat and scarf to keep him warm on a cold day. You can laminate the mat so it can be reused.
There is a nice simple outline for children to complete to fill in the gaps on the winter hat. Older children can see how much of the detail they can add.
Flip flops are a summer essential, so we've included a pair for the kids in our summer grid copy puzzle collection. It's an interesting way of learning how to draw these tricky objects, too!
Flip flops are just the thing for the beach - although if you are climbing around large pebbles and rocks a pair of trainers might be safer. We thought this photo would be a fun addition to our seaside poster set.
Flip flops (or "thongs" in Australia) are perfect for summer and beach visits and flip flopping around the house! Here's a simple illustrated poster for vocab work or perhaps for displays...
Put your best flip flop clad foot forward and print off our flip flops writing paper for some summer writing fun.
We can think of many ways of useing the three versions of this footprint frame below - blank, lined and "story" lines with space for a picture too. We've been inspired by the Mystery stories of Enid Blyton!
Learn to spell the word "gloves" and enjoy a jigsaw puzzle at the same time. Just print onto card, slice along the vertical lines, and jumble up for the kids to put back together again.
This lovely woolly hat and scarf would definitely help to keep you warm in winter! They might even be appropriate for a football supporter…
The word "hat" is a nice short word to learn to spell - so this jigsaw is perfect for early learners. Cut into strips along the dotted lines and let the children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
Here's a fun playdough mat that helps teach the children about covering up from the sun on a hot day. Can they make a sun hat and sunglasses out of playdough for the girl on the picture?
Here's the left mitten in large size. Use as a writing frame, colouring page, template or decoration (print onto coloured card or paper). How about printing a set, lettering them and hanging as winter bunting?
Here's a large sized mitten to use as a writing frame in your winter projects - or perhaps a colouring page. You could also use it as a template, or print it out onto coloured paper or card to decorate the board or your winter classroom. How about making a set of mitten flashcards?
These cosy mittens need some decoration. Use playdough to add patterns and designs and maybe a bobble or two!
These colourful mittens look great for keeping your hands warm in the snow! Print this lovely poster and display as part of a winter theme, or stick on the front page of a project book?
Here is a really challenging tracing activity for children - two lovely winter mittens! Once they have carefully traced over all the dotted lines, they miight enjoy colouring them in too.
This printable has a pair of mittens - perfect as a writing frame for winter writing projects, or as a colouring page.
Print out our pattern match mittens, cut out and put back into pairs. You can match them up with the correct woolly hat, too. There will be lots of opportunities for talking about colour, pattern and left and right!
We designed this pink heart hat to be used as a photo prop on Valentine's Day - but why save it for then! It would be fun to use it for Mother's Day, a birthday, any romantic occasion... We have two sizes to choose from.
Print out these bow ties, choose your size, and have fun with them! You could attach them to elastic for a fancy dress outfit (not too tight please!) or add a long stick so that kids can hold them in front of their neck when having photos taken - perfect for Valentine's Day!
This lovely cheerful party hat scrapbook paper is perfect for your birthday craft projects, as well as for wrapping up little parcels!
There are six sizes to choose from for our shorts template. Print directly only coloured or patterned card and cut out, or print onto white card and use as a traditional template to draw around.
Do you have a cosy pair of slippers to keep your feet warm in winter? Print this poster to use a part of a winter topic.
Use this striped tie template for our Father's Day or Harry Potter (Hogwarts) tie crafts - or any time your child needs a snazzy tie for dressing up purposes!
Sun hats are important in summer, so we've included one in our set of summer grid copy puzzles. They are perfect for the odd rainy day.
Here's a simple poster showing an illustrated sun hat - the sort with a wide floppy brim! Use it for vocab practice, displays etc.
Learning summer vocab? Here's a useful printable poster featuring two pairs of sunglasses. They might be fun to cut out for displays or for dressing up, too...
This fun sunglasses template might be just what you need to complete your collage or display for summer, or perhaps for sun safely. Choose from 8 different sizes.
Children will love using our cool sunglasses writing paper to explore their creativity over the summer season.
There is a bright pink swimming costume illustration on this poster! Use it for vocab work, perhaps, or for displays.
By making this swimming shorts template in two parts you can create a very effective traditional drawstring effect with a simple template! Print onto coloured card and cut out, or white card for colouring.
Use these swimming trunks as a drawing frame to design a pair of swimming trunks, or as a writing page to write about a swimming trip. As well as blank or lined you have a choice of colour or black and white.
Useful for vocabulary work, perhaps, or for cutting out and using in displays, here is a poster illustrating a pair of boy's swimming trunks.
Decorate one of the blank versions of our swimsuit frame to design your own swimsuit or use the lined versions for creative writing projects. Chose from coloured or black and white options of these very versitile printables.
Print and cut out a swimsuit template for the kids to decorate - or use in collage or other crafty activities.
Print out our T-Shirt template and use it with the kids to create mix and match outfits with our other summer clothing templates. You could also make a shaped booklet or use it as a writing frame.
These Tie Bookmarks are fun for your kids to print out, colour and cut out for Dad or Granddad - with space for a message inside too!
These tie keyrings are a fun idea for Father's Day which is suitable for a class or group activity as well as at home.
Here's a tie template to use in your crafty kids projects, perhaps for Father's Day or Grandparent's Day.
This top hat poster would be useful for a clothes, wedding or maybe a magic theme. You could even use it as a base for a collage for children to decorate with stickers or other craft supplies.
Kids can use this paper for making up a story about the two children they see, describing the clothes they are wearing, or just writing about winter in general.
It's a great feeling to get wrapped up in a cosy winter hat and scarf then go and play out in the snow, just like the happy child on this delightful poster.
There are double lines in this winter hat tracing page to give the kids lots of practice! Either trace over all of them, or use them as a "channel" and trace between.
You could use this woolly hat writing frame for all sorts of winter writing projects - imagine one for each child, cut out and pinned up on the board! Of course it makes a great colouring page, too.