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!
This collection of pretty daffodil worksheets is perfect for a little something extra on St David's Day or for a spring topic - perfect for cheering us up after a long winter!
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.
Colouring these daffodils is a lovely way to practice reading / recognition of these Phase 2 tricky words: the, to, I, no, go and into.
This lovely worksheet asks children to "colour by tricky word" using six tricky words from Phase 3 Phonics: all, our, my, her, you and they.
Practice reading some tricky words from Phonics Phase 4 with this pretty daffodil worksheet. There, little, so, one, out and when are the words.
Mr, Mrs, oh, could, there and asked are the tricky words from Phase 5 Phonics on this daffodil colouring worksheet - perfect for St David's Day or spring practice!
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.
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.