Learn to spell with the help of this cute chick! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word 'chick'.
NEW! Here you will find all sorts of word cards and flash cards featuring typical Easter vocabulary, as well as a pretty word mat and various worksheets and puzzles you can incorporate into your Easter holiday activities. All are designed to be undemanding on your printer ink and quick to print and cut out, if necessary!
Our large Easter flashcards print two to a page and there are six pages in the pdf file below. We've used pretty illustrations and the word on each flash card.
We've produced 12 words and pictures on these Easter flashcards, printing four to a page. Use them for reading activities - or laminate them and have a non-chocolate Easter "word" hunt.
We have two versions of this Easter vocabulary die to choose from, a pretty pre-coloured version or black and white for the kids to colour in themselves. Make the die by cutting out, folding and glueing the flaps together, then use for lots of fun Easter-themed vocabulary games.
You can use these Easter vocabulary matching cards in many ways. Cut each card out individually and play matching games. Or cut them out in pairs - picture and word - and simply fold in half and glue back-to-back to make a useful double-sided flash card.
This pretty Easter word mat looks great on display, or perhaps laminated and placed on tables for writing activities. You could also use it as a place mat for your child at home.
Can the kids unscramble all the letters to find some Easter words? There are pictures down the right hand side of the puzzle to help. Drawing a line from picture to answer might help, too.
We have three variations of this Easter word worksheet so you can choose the most appropriate for your child. The hardest is completely blank. We also have one with missing letters, and one with the first letter as a hint.
Practise spelling with this cute lamb spelling jigsaw! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and ask the kids to rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.