The letters 'angel fish' are written in big type for young children to follow with their finger before colouring in the picture.
From handwriting to creative writing to maths activities to sorting and cutting practice you'll find lots of fun fish worksheets to inspire.
There are lots of ways you could use our angel fish story paper besides story writing. How about asking children to write a set of instructions to describe how to colour the fish and then swap with a friend to follow the instructions?
This angelfish worksheet might be great for a trip to an aquarium - can the kids find the facts they need on the information boards? If you choose the black and white version, the kids can colour in the picture too...
Here's a nice acrostic poem idea for beginners, using the first letters of the word FISH. Choose from four printables, which also make good writing or drawing frames.
The kids will learn about colours and how to sort them with this fun fish activity! Print and cut out the fish, then ask the kids to sort them by colours onto the mats (UK and US versions available below).
This fish cutting practice printable is aimed at beginners to scissors. We've given them four straight lines to cut along in the direction of the fish. Try to get them to stop just before the fish!
Children can make a collage with our fish cutting shapes when they have practiced their cutting skills. Younger children can follow the dotted lines.
Young children can trace out the word 'fish' with their finger and then colour in the four fish. A fun way to practise early pencil skills.
It is fun to practice handwriting with our handwriting worksheets – and this fish worksheet is no exception!
Ever wondered what it's like to spend your life underwater? You can ask a fish all about it with this imaginative worksheet!
Colour in this lovely fish - but first solve some simple sums to find the right colours! A great way to make maths fun, I'm sure you'll agree...
Choose from 2 useful notebooking pages complete with fish photo - perfect for research, notes or stories.
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.
Use this fish scene story paper to report on a trip to an aquarium or for some creative writing. Choose from the download links below depending on which version you prefer.
Here's a fun printable activity for younger children. Print out our fish printables, cut each one out, and ask the children to sort them by size. You could also look for other characteristics - number of fins, shape of snouts etc.
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'.
Colour in the four fish and trace the word beneath on our word tracing worksheet for younger children.
Did you know that Koi carp like these are particularly valued throughout Asia? In China and Japan, carp are thought to symbolise success, prosperity, courage, longevity and good fortune!
This fun worksheet is idea beginners to ordinal numbers. Fill in the blanks in each row to practice the concept and writing of 1st, 2nd and 3rd.