Here's a list of ten clothing words for you to try putting into alphabetical order. We have an alphabetical order base to use with this activity, print out the base, print the words from this sheet and cut them out - then try putting them in order on the base!
Just for fun, some simple T-shirt worksheets to practice addition and subtraction of numbers to 10. More coming soon!
This bikini tracing page provides plenty of tracing practice for the kids as we've provided double lines! Perfect for a holiday or summer topic!
Print out this fun cutting shapes worksheet into coloured paper and set the kids to cutting it out! You could also print onto white paper or card and decorate / colour it in afterwards.
It's fun to learn to cut out when you are cutting out fun shapes like winter mittens! We've kept the outline very simple so that younger kids can have a go. Decorate and colour in once cut out, or print onto coloured paper first.
Print off this page full of clothes, then ask the kids to circle the ones that are best to wear on a cold snowy day.
Just for fun, let the kids trace this pair of flippers! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace both sets of lines for extra practice.
Here's a really fun tracing page! Can the kids trace the outline and pattern of this Hawaiian shirt, just for fun? Perfect for a holiday theme!
Can they children imagine they are going on holiday somewhere cold - on a skiing holiday or off to see Santa in Lapland perhaps? What would they need to take with them? There's plenty of space to draw or write their packing list in the suitcase.
Here's a fun worksheet all about packing to go and stay somewhere hot! Can the kids fill the suitcase with the things they'd need for hot weather? They can write them down or draw pictures if they prefer...
It can rain a lot here in the UK, so we often have to be prepared for the wet weather! Can the children imagine they are going to stay somewhere with wet weather and draw or write what they will need in the suitcase?
April showers bring May flowers! These children are dressed for the unpredictable spring weather - can the kids write a story based on the picture?
The simple lines on our suitcase 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.
Print out this lovely story paper with two children on a summer adventure to get the kids writing! They can colour the picture too. A handwriting version is available for younger kids.
Trace around the outline of these super cool sunglasses, and the sun too! Perfect for a holiday or summer theme...
There are plenty of dotted lines to trace on this fun swimming trunks tracing page, perfect for summer pre-writing practice! Younger children could trace in the channel between the dotted lines.
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.
There is nothing that says winter quite like a wooly hat and mittens! Colour the pictures and trace over the letters of the word below.