There are lots of details that children need to fill in on this complete the cricket player puzzle. The picture on the right will act as a guide.
Cricket fans will enjoy our cricket word search puzzle and colouring pages - one for younger children and one for older kids.
Did you know that cricket was invented in the 16th Century, in Surrey, England? There's a pub quite close to where I live which claims to be the place the game was invented! By the end of the 18th Century cricket was the national sport of England, and it is played and loved all over the Commonwealth. There's nothing like a cricket match on a sunny summer's afternoon!
Come up with a cricket-themed word for each letter of the alphabet to complete this cricket alphabet challange! My entry for letter S is "Silly Mid Off".
For those who enjoy a bit of cricket in the summer, why not print out this cricket grid copy puzzle for something different to do!
Cricket is the perfect sport for summer - and its a useful word for cricket fans to be able to write and spell. Perhaps this cricket handwriting worksheet will help!
Here is one of our popular - and tricky - letter elimination puzzles with cricket as its theme. It's perfect for a rainy summer's Saturday afternoon when there is no cricket to watch, or perhaps to keep the kids busy during a long match.
Simple addition practice is made all the more fun when you are working out the runs per over in a cricket match! This worksheet asks children to do exactly that.
Get the kids to practice their division skills with this fun cricket maths activity! Run rates are worked out by dividing the total number of runs by the number of overs. We provide both for 4 different teams and ask the kids to work out which team has the best run rate.
Cricket has a whole dictionary of terminology of its own, and lots of opportunities for creating puzzles that need some logical thinking and maths skills (in this case, odds and evens) to solve.
We ask children to have a good look at the picture and then answer the questions below. I wonder how many children will answer "yes" to the penultimate question!
This fun cricket themed playdough mat asks children to make a ball and stumps, perfect for any sports fans.
The cricketer in our fun little poster isn't in cricket whites, so maybe he is playing a one-day match.
Hold up this fun poster every time your team hits a 6! Just what you need when watching a cricket match...
This cricket story paper might be useful for a match report, or for making up a story - perhaps about playing for the national team!
Cricket is a very popular summer sport. This story paper features a picture of a cricket match in progress - kids can describe the picture or write a whole new story about it! Who wins the match? It comes either lined or with handwriting lines.
Cricket is popular all over the world, but particularly in England, Australian and India. Children will enjoy this cricket writing page, complete with stumps and ball. You could use it for your own story, a school match report, to write about the Ashes, or your favourite team...
Our cricket writing prompt encourages children to think about feelings such as excitement, anticipation and terror - as they face their first cricket match as part of a team!
Here is the first of two fun cricketer tracing pages for kids - this one of a male cricketer. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or pencil. Older children can trace over all the dotted lines.
Kids can work on their pencil control with the second of our two cricketer tracing pages, this one featuring a female cricketer. Younger children can trace the channels between the dotted lines; older kids can trace all the lines.
Whether the kids are getting ready to enjoy the Cricket World Cup or a school match, or stuck indoors on a rainy summer afternoon, this "design your team's cricket kit" printable might be fun for them.
With twenty runs needed and only one wicket left, things looked grim for England. But a flurry of boundaries left them with only two more runs to get. A final triumphant six and they’d won the game!
French Cricket is a very popular game with older children and teenagers, but it is fun in a family gathering too. You need at least 6 players for a good game, and a fairly large space to play.
If it is too wet or cold to get out and practise your cricket, why not learn how to draw your own cricketer instead! Here's our step by step tutorial. And of course it is easy enough to change the figure to a girl if you want.
There is no doubt about the sport that the owner of these feet and pads plays! Can the kids draw him or her in to the picture?