Print our letter X poster - featuring an X-ray of a fish - and display at home in the classroom to help the children with learning this tricky letter of the alphabet...
Our bright and cheerful fish printables are perfect for home or the classroom.
Can the kids complete the fish picture by adding some fins and a face? They can colour in their picture too...
There are so many uses for this handy fish booklet - recording a visit to an aquarium, writing facts and information about fish or even instructions on how to keep fish? Our folding instructions can be found here.
We designed these fish bookmarks so that you can write a message on them yourselves, or leave them for the kids to write their own. How about handing them out in the classroom, or using them to record page numbers in reading books?
This fish counting jigsaw is a fun way for kids to practise their numbers. Just print onto card and then slice it up along the vertical lines. They can use the numbers to help them put it back together again. Choose from a colour version, or black and white.
Cut out the rectangles, glue them to the picture in the right space and finish by getting out the colouring pencils. Our fish cut and complete picture will keep children busy for a long time.
Practising addition is fun with our fishy dice game! Roll two dice, add up the numbers and colour in the fish with the correct answer - you can time yourself against the clock, or play against a friend!
Just print this fish lacing card for a fun lacing or sewing project for younger children. It's easy outline make it a good card for beginners. Punch a series of holes around the edges and sew or lace with a shoelace or length of wool. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
This funny, colourful fish lacing card is great for children of all ages. Young children can lace around the body only, or include the shapes of the fins for a more difficult challenge. Instructions on how to make are on the page.
Here is one of our three fish lacing cards. Why not make a set using the other fish in our collection?
This fish lacing card is perfect for younger children, with its simple outlines and fun picture. Just print onto card and punch holes around the edge for your child to lace.
This colourful fish mobile is a fun cutting and sticking activity for children. Cut out each matching pair of fish and then glue together, trapping a piece of thread behind them. Perfect as a nursery or playroom decoration!
Print out these fish name badges for a swimming party perhaps, to help you keep track of the kids during tea? Fun for the classroom too, and they make cheerful labels for possessions...
These large, cheerfully coloured fish are sure to brighten up the classroom! Have them swimming around the room in order or use them for sorting activities. This printable has 10 fish, 1st to 10th.
Here's a colourful sorting activity to keep the kids busy and help them learn about different patterns. Print and cut out the colourful fish, print out the sorting mats too and sort the fish by their patterns.
This colourful fish poster would look lovely on the nursery or playroom wall and is sure to be a favourite with the kids!
This fun poster of a tropical fish is perfect for brightening up the walls of the classroom or perhaps a playroom, children's bedroom or nursery.
Here's a stunning poster of some colourful tropical fish. Easy to print out and display in the classroom or to use in projects.
Create your own personalised room sign with a fishy twist! Print onto some white paper or card, write your name then laminate.
This bright and cheerful card would be great as a thank you card for someone who's looked after your fish! It would be lovely for lots of other occasions too...
This colourful fish scene poster will brighten up any sea-themed display! For the best results, print using the borderless settings on your printer.
This fun printable scrapbook paper is covered in fish of all shapes and sizes and colours, and makes a useful addition to the craft cupboard. You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this scrapbook paper.
Learn to spell with the help of these pretty fish! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word 'fish'.
This lovely fish template is useful in many ways. It comes in a variety of sizes so you could print it out and ask children to sort by size. It looks lovely cut out of coloured paper and used as a base for some tissue paper sticking! Add a button or sequin for an eye, perhaps.
We've included lots of sizes in this fish template as it is one of our simpler outlines for children to cut out. It looks wonderful cut from sparkly or "hologram" paper. You could also decorate with tissue paper, sequins, ribbons ... in fact anything from your craft cupboard.
This funny fish template has quite a lot of character, I think! He looks like a friendly sort of fish. Choose from a variety of sizes.
This fish template has quite a lot of detail in its outline. We've also included some extra pieces to decorate the fish - optional apart from its eye! We've included lots of sizes for you to choose from.
This lovely round fish has a very simple shape for kids to cut out, perfect for crafty collages, filling up with lines or squiggles for pencil control, or perhaps for an underwater display. Add two extra little pieces for his eye and decorate as you wish.
This cute fish writing page is perfect for all kinds of letters and writing projects. Choose our ready-coloured version, or print in black and white and colour in the fish yourself.
Print this fish writing paper (three variations) for your children's aquatic-themed writing projects.
Here's a funny fish design for some writing paper for kids - just choose from the three variations and print for your writing projects! Click the links below for our high-quality printable versions:
Choose from three versions of this fun goldfish writing paper: blank, lined or with handwriting lines.
Nice simple shapes should make our learn to draw a fish tutorial an easy one to master. Once you've drawn your fish you can get busy colouring.
You know those tiny, silver or bright blue fish that dart around aquariums or the sea in schools so quickly that they seem to make the water shimmer? Well, this template is to help you make a whole bunch of them to add to your collage or display!