Complete the picture of the dolphin in the grid by filling in the missing parts, using the bottom picture as your guide. These puzzles are useful practice for all sorts of pencil and copying skills, and they are fun, too!
Lots NEW! We've got all sorts of dolphin printables for you to enjoy with the kids. Have a go at a printable dolphin jigsaw, or lacing card. Print out some name cards or place cards, decorated with dolphins, for the classroom or a party. Use our dolphin worksheets or story paper in school or at home. And there's lots more here too!
Have fun in the classroom with these dolphin acrostic poem printables. Test the children's poetry writing skills - or use the printables for notices or writing frames instead.
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw a dolphin - and to practise some copying and concentration skills too! Copy across the complete picture on the left onto the grid on the right, square by square.
Kids love dolphins, and we hope they love this dolphin lacing card! Just print, punch and sew or lace with a shoelace or length of wool. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse. Click the link below for our printable version.
Here's a set of dolphin name badges which print 12 to a page. We've got two versions, one with handwriting lines for the kids to write their own names. Print onto sticker paper or card; if you use the latter, attach with a safety pin.
Choose from two versions of our dolphin notebooking page. They are useful for research, or perhaps for writing up a visit to a marine park?
Simple, fun place cards to print with a smiley dolphin image, perfect for perking up a school desk! Make a tent fold and either write the child's name yourself or encourage them to write their own.
Here's a fun dolphin poster to display - frame it for the children's bathroom, perhaps! The simple outlines also make it a good cut and stick activity.
Two dolphins leap out of the water in this lovely photographic poster, which we hope will go nicely with your sea creature displays. Print using your borderless settings for best results.
Use this cute story paper to encourage creative writing, or for recording what the children have learned about dolphins. Choose from simple lines or handwriting lines.
Use this dolphin writing page for recording research and facts, writing stories or perhaps for writing about a visit to the marine park. Colour or black and white versions available.
Humans and dolphins have always been friends, so it is shocking to learn that more than 100,000 marine mammals - like dolphins and whales - are killed every year by plastic debris in the oceans. This poster shocks by simply stating the facts. It is best printed with borderless settings.
This colourful card would be appreciated by anyone, but particularly by dolphin fans. Cards are great writing practice and in our experience grandparents are always happy to be the recipients! Just print (preferably using your printer's borderless settings for the best results) and fold.