Corgis are Queen Elizabeth II's favourite breed of dog! Can the children write a corgi-themed acrostic poem fit for a queen?
A small collection of fun worksheets for children with dogs as the theme! Just print and enjoy...
Will the kids write a story about a royal corgi who lives with the queen - or perhaps use this story paper for some handwriting practise? We have a choice of handwriting or lined versions to suit all requirements.
Here's a nice acrostic poem idea for beginners, using the first letters of the word DOG. Not too testing! Choose from four printables, which also make good writing or drawing frames.
Children will have fun cutting along the dotted lines in the direction of the cute dogs. There's a simple straight line to begin with, then each line gets a little trickier as they become more confident...
Good practice for little hands! Use these cute dog cutting shapes to decorate the house, or stick them to cards and invitations.
Perfect for dog lovers, here are some doggy cutting shapes for children to practice their scissor skills on. Carefully cut along the dotted lines to cut out the pictures.
Colour in the picture of the dog, and learn to write the word by tracing first with the finger, then with a pencil. Laminate and use a dry-wipe pen if you prefer.
Kids can learn to write the letters for "dog" with this fun worksheet, which also leaves plenty of space for them to form the letters on their own.
Solve the simple sums and then use the key to colour in this cute picture of a dog...fun for little kids!
Just what you need for learning about dogs, a farm project, a pet project, or perhaps even some story writing. And what a beautiful dog in the picture!
Here's a lovely picture of a dog on some story paper - lined or with handwriting lines to suit a variety of ages - which is sure to inspire some creative writing and colouring!
Find out some facts about dogs and use your knowledge to fill out this fun worksheet. Available in colour and black and white.
Learn ordinal numbers with the help of this lovely jigsaw. Choose from colour or black and white. If choosing the black and white version, ask the kids to colour it in first. Now slice up the jigsaw, including the numbers. Can the kids put it back together again in the right order?
Kids can use this cute dog scene story paper to write a creative story, or write about their pet dog if they have one? They can colour in the lovely picture too...
Help Fred the friendly dog learn to count up to 10, and count on, by filling in the missing numbers on this fun set of 4 worksheets.
Here's a fun planning sheet for kids with dogs to fill out in advance of the long summer holidays - things to do with my dog this summer! How about - walking, swimming, teaching tricks, playing ball, having a bath...