Make this daffodil bloom by drawing the flower on the top of the stem! You can use the smaller picture for reference...
Cheer up your house or classroom this Spring with our collection of daffodil printables! We've got a lovely illustrated poster for the wall, all sorts of writing printables for projects and letters, and kids can learn how to draw a daffodil too with our step by step tutorial.
This "complete the daffodil puzzle" is a mixture of a puzzle and a drawing activity and is great for building children's observation and copying skills.
Print out this worksheet onto yellow paper and the kids can have a go at cutting out the daffodil shape. Add an orange circle in the centre and put them on display!
Children can practise their cutting skills on these spring flower shapes - a daffodil and a tulip. Colour them in when they are done!
These pretty daffodil acrostic poem printables will hopefully inspire some creative poetry writing! They are also useful as writing frames.
Use this grid copy activity to create a picture of a sunny yellow daffodil, perfect for Spring!
Here are some attempts, to inspire!
The word daffodil conjurs up lovely thoughts of Spring, but it's tricky to spell! Practise on this themed handwriting worksheet. Then have a rest and colour the picture.
This lovely daffodil lacing card is a perfect "extra" activity for spring, St David's Day, Easter ... or any time. Older children could "sew" a design on the daffodil rather than lace around the edges.
Encourage your child's creativity and modelling skills with this daffodil playdough mat. You'll need to break out the yellow playdough - and maybe some orange too.
This lovely daffodil poster will pretty on display in your classroom or home - perfect to cheer us up at spring time or perhaps useful for a St David's Day display?
Heres a lovely bright bunch of daffodils in a vase to brighten up the room! Just print out this photographic poster at A4 size and put it on display.
You can use this daffodil sewing card just like all our other spring lacing cards, but we think it works particularly well for older children, who can outline not only the edges of the petals with stitches or lacing but also the inner edges and centre of the flower.
Print out our daffodil sorting by size activity and have some fun with the children ordering the daffodils from big to small and from small to big!
There's lots of tracing practice in this daffodil tracing page - a perfect activity for early spring! Once the dotted lines are traced, your child could colour the top section yellow (sticking to within the dotted lines for extra pencil control practice) and the bottom section green.
Use this daffodil tracing worksheet to practise letter formation! Perfect for St David's Day and springtime.
Here is our standard "writing page" - in colour and black and white - for our Daffodil theme. Use it for nature study, or perhaps some poetry or creative writing.
Here's some pretty daffodil writing paper you can use for letters of all sorts as well as spring writing projects, and St David's Day. Three versions available.
You could use this pretty daffodil writing paper for all kinds of writing projects. It's perfect for a botanical study, or for St Davids Day perhaps? Choose from three versions below...
It’s been a lo-ong winter here in the UK. By the end of winter I am always desperate for some sunshine and flowers. Spring has finally come, and I have been revelling in sun and colour and warmth.
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud is William Wordsworth's most famous poem and is perhaps one of the well-known poems written in the English language. Wordsworth was inspired to write this lovely poem whilst walking by Ullswater lake on a stormy day with Dorothy, his sister.
This second printable version of Wordsworth's lovely poem, I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud, works well as a poster or on a whiteboard as well as a hand-out. In the background of the poem, a host of golden daffodils nod their heads...
Learn how to draw a pretty spring daffodil with this fun step by step drawing tutorial. When you have done one, why not draw a whole field of daffodils!
Here's one being used, for inspiration!