This fun printable is a cross between a puzzle and a drawing activity! Can the kids complete the picture of the crocodile at the top by referring to the completed bottom picture?
Whether you need notebooking pages for research or printable jigsaws just for fun, explore our growing collection of crocodile printables.
A good starting point for writing a crocodile acrostic poem might be brainstorming some 'C' or 'O' words! Or you can simply use these fun printables for drawing and writing frames...
Print and fold these mini booklets about crocodiles, and then fill them up with facts and information from your child's research, or perhaps a crocodile story or pictures. Choose from lined or blank and click the links below for our high quality printable versions.
It's not normally a good idea to put fingers near a crocodile, but the kids can safely practise their letters with our fun crocodile finger tracing printable worksheet!
Here's a fun challenge - can the kids copy the crocodile on the left onto the grid on the right? Counting and copying square by square can help.
Practise handwriting with the help of this snappy crocodile handwriting worksheet! The children can enjoy colouring in the picture too...
Use these printable notebooking pages featuring a photo of the crocodile to write all about this scary reptile! Choose from two designs, and just click on the links below to download printable versions.
The crocodile in this poster has lots of scary teeth, but is still strangely cute! Print him out to decorate home or classroom.
This huge crocodile looks like he's enjoying some sunbathing! Print off this poster (using the borderless settings on your printer for best results) and use for displays and project work...
With a choice of handwriting or lined versions, our crocodile story paper is suitable for young writers copying out their first sentences or more fluent writers ready to tell a story.
Follow the dots to trace the letters in the word "crocodile" and then get out the crayons and make this crocodile nice and bright.
Our crocodile factfinding worksheet might be good to take to the zoo. Can the kids find out some answers from the information boards on the displays?
Here's a cute mazthe kids to have a go at - and it's quite a tricky one! Help the two crocodiles get together by finding a path through the maze. The solution is included on page 2 of the pdf file.
Being able to draw a good crocodile is a useful skill than any self-respecting child should have! Here's a clever way to learn.
Here is a challenging drawing exercise for the kids! We have provided the 4 feet of a crocodile. They need to provide the head, body, and tail!