In Jaipur, India, there is a magnificent gathering of colourfully decorated elephants as part of the Holi spring celebrations. Kids can have a go at designing their own decorated elephant using our blank.
Lots NEW! Learn about one of the largest and mightiest animals with our selection of elephant worksheets!
Keep the children busy with a fun challenge. Can they write a poem about elephants with lines beginning with the letters 'ELEPHANT'? We have four elephant acrostic poem printables that they can display their finished poem on.
Print this colourful elephant counting jigsaw on to card and then cut out and laminate. Children will have fun practicing their counting skills as they arrange the strips to complete the picture.
Children will be very keen to practice their letters when they see our elephant finger tracing page! When they have traced the letters they can enjoy colouring the elephant.
For children first learning to write we have this elephant handwriting worksheet with letters to trace in four fonts, getting harder each time. How proud they will be when they write the word elephant!
Notebooking is a great way to encourage independent learning in older children. Elephants are an inspiring topic too and children will love displaying their work on our elephant notebooking pages.
Tackle some of these fun elephant-themed ideas to get you started on an elephant project. Kids can colour them in as they do them, or just pick and choose the ones they like best.
This elephant spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word elephant. Print on to card, colour the picture and then cut the jigsaw into strips.
Our handwriting elephant story paper, complete with its simple eephant picture, is perfect for younger children. For older children there is a lined version, too.
This lovely elephant tracing page is designed for little children who are practising their pencil control. Beginners can use a felt-tip pen or crayon to trace between the lines. Those with a little more control can try tracing over all the lines.
Use this Venn diagram sheet to capture the similarities and differences between African and Indian elephants.
With so many letters this elephant word tracing page provides children with a challenge - but also a feeling of accomplishment when they succeed!
What do your children know about elephants? Our elephant worksheet tests children's abilities to find out facts.
There are so many ways to use our elephant writing page: plan a project or write a report on what the kids have found out, or write a story. How about a pretend interview?
This very cute writing paper featuring a gorgeous little elephant makes the perfect base for a thank you letter, or perhaps a special story. We provide three versions to choose from, to suit your children.
The fun and frolics on this elephants scene story paper will hopefully inspire a fun story, and of course the kids can colour in the picture, too. Chose from lined and handwriting versions.
Children could write a beautiful story about this lovely Indian elephant! Or perhaps you could use this story paper for a descriptive piece of writing...