Children love the job of collecting eggs on the farm. We have a collecting eggs story starter to fire their imaginations.
Our farm worksheets are just getting started with some simple handwriting worksheets and story starters. We have lots more to come. While you wait why not have a look at our farm animal worksheets.
This satisfying tractor shape would look great printed out onto red, blue or green card. Once the tractor is cut out, get your child to sign his name and put it on display!
Can you use the first letters of the word farmer to write a poem? Our bright cheerful farmer acrostic poem printable is a lovely way to present your hard work.
Use our farmer and tractor story paper to write about a visit to a farm, or write a creative story instead - then colour in the picture! Choose from lined or handwriting lines below.
Farms are a popular theme with young children and they will have fun practicing their early writing skills by tracing the word farmer with their finger and colouring in our lady farmer.
There are lots of animals to count on this fun farmyard counting scene! Kids will need to study the scene and count the number of each item carefully. Maybe they can colour in the lovely picture once they've finished?
What might happen on the farm if a cow could produce 'magic milk'? Use our story starter printable to complete the story.
This fun writing prompt activity would be great after a visit to a local farm. Can the children imagine they are a farmer and write about their daily activities and tasks?
Take a trip to the farm with this fun picture comprehension worksheet, which tests your child's observational skills as well as providing opportunities for thinking and creative writing!
My children often have something to say about the smell when they visit a farm! Use this sensory poem planning sheet to help complete some "On the farm" poetry...
Here's a delightful colouring page with writing lines to spark kids' imagination for some farmyard story telling! The season is Spring so this printable also works well at Easter.
Our scarecrow maths facts colouring page is a fun way to get some maths into a farm, Autumn or Harvest topic and perfect for revision too.
What has the scarecrow in this illustrated story paper seen? What do you think he thinks about? Is he a happy scarecrow, or a sad scarecrow? Kids can have fun writing about what they see or making up their own stories ...
This fun pencil control worksheet is fun for autumn, Harvest or a farm theme. Trace the tracks that the three tractors have left behind!
Have a go at an acrostic poem using the first letters from the word TRACTOR, and write it down on this lovely acrostic paper! You can use the printable as a writing frame, too.
Cutting and tractors were two of my son's favourite things when he was young. Children will have so much fun trying to cut along the dotted lines to follow the tractor trails.
The kids can have fun joining the dots on the tractor pictures and practising their times tables at the same time! Choose from 2s to 10s below.
Very young children often seem to have a love of tractors, which you can use to help them learn letters by finger tracing and sounding out the letters of the word on this finger tracing worksheet!
Here's a fun interactive game to help the children understand the concepts of 'greater than' and 'less than'.
Our tractor handwriting worksheet is a useful addition to a farm or Harvest Festival topic. There are 6 words to trace and some handwriting lines for children to practice writing the word tractor.
Here's a fun activity to help the kids practise letter recognition and to learn the difference between big and small letters. Cut out all of the circles (laminate for extra durability if you prefer).
Maths is much more fun when you're colouring in a picture of a tractor! The kids need to solve the simple sums then colour in each section using the key provided. We've got 5 versions to choose from in the pdf file below, covering addition, subtraction and multiplication...
Our fun tractor paragraph writing prompt page is bound to get even reluctant writers putting pen to paper! Can the children write a paragraph describing a tractor, and another describing the jobs that it does?
This helpful worksheet is designed to spark kids into writing an interesting and imaginative story about a tractor. A great way to get reluctant writers started off...
The children will soon be writing a couple of sentences with the help of this fun tractor writing prompt printable! Can they write a sentence describing the tractor, and then another describing the job it does?
Children can get creative and write a farm themed story on our tractor story paper. It comes in a choice of lined or handwriting versions. Or perhaps they might like to write about a farm visit or tractor ride?
Use this lovely story paper with a super picture of a tractor to get the children writing! Choose from two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
Kids can have some fun with this story starter featuring a farmer and a tractor! What will happen next, do you think?
This simple tractor outline is fun for little kids to trace – and it's great pre-writing practice too!
Here's a fiendishly difficult tractor tracing page to challenge the kids! This tractor is facing head on and there is lots of detail (and that means lots of dotted lines) to trace over.
Tractors have big appeal to young children so our tractor word tracing page is a fun way to encourage children to put pencil to paper. After they have traced the word there is a picture to colour.
Our fun tractors notebooking page is ideal for writing about a farm visit. We have a lined page for lots of writing, and a page with lines and also a space to draw your own picture too...