Get the kids to write an acrostic poem with the help of this cockatoo acrostic printable. You can use them as writing paper / frames too.
Cockatoos are showy birds with colourful crests and curved beaks, which are found mostly in Australasia. The cockatoo shown in our photo is a sulphur-crested cockatoo, which is very common in Australia and can often be found in such large numbers that it is regarded as a pest as they can feed on fruit and cereal crops.
The cockatoo has a distinctive, raucous call!
We've got cockatoo notebooking pages and booklets as well as a fun cockatoo colouring page here at Activity Village, and more printables coming soon.
Print and fold these cute little origami mini booklets and fill them with facts about the cockatoo, one of Australia's native birds. Choose from lined or blank and click the links below for our high quality printable versions.
The kids can have a go at colouring in our cockatoo picture with the help of the number key. UK and US versions available.
Print and colour this simple cockatoo colouring page, with bold outlines for younger children. Click the link below for our printable version.
Here's a fun way to learn how to form your letters! Trace over the letters of the word cockatoo, then colour in the picture. You could laminate this page and use with a dry wipe pen.
This is a fun way to learn to draw a cockatoo, also useful for practicing counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the cockatoo from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square.
There's plenty of handwriting practice on this cockatoo-themed worksheet! Trace the letters in various formats and then write it oneself on the last line...
Use our printable notebooking pages to write about the cockatoo, one of Australia's distinctive native birds. Choose from two designs, and just click on the links below to download printable versions.
This pretty cockatoo poster is perfect for display on the wall of the classroom, playroom or even bedroom or as a page in a project about Australian birds, perhaps. Fairly simple outlines mean that children can cut out the picture for sticking elsewhere if they want.
Use our pretty story paper to write about the cockatoo or to make up a story with a cockatoo as the central character. Don't forget to colour in the picture!
Find out some simple facts about the cockatoo for this fun workksheet - available in colour or black and white.
Capture everything you've learned about the cockatoo using our writing paper! We have a colour version and a black and white version to choose from...
Childrave to fill in the blank parts of this puzzle to create their own cockatoo. It takes concentration and copying skills!
This beautiful cockatoo collage is made simply with a few pieces of paper and some cupcake cases - but won't he look handsome on display!
Just be following the simple steps and easy shapes in our tutorial, children can learn to draw their own cockatoo. Fun for an Australian theme, perhaps?