The picture on these eagle fact finding worksheets is of a bald headed eagle, but there are over 60 species of eagle. Find out what your children know about eagles or challenge them to do some research in order to complete our eagle worksheet.
Practise pencil control in two ways with this eagle word tracing page. Trace over the letters and then colour in the eagle.
Choose from lined or handwriting versions of our eagle story paper. Use to display poetry or story writing, don't forget to colour the eagle.
Cut out this proud looking eagle (you can simplify the edge of the wings and feet) and punch holes atound the edge to make your own eagle lacing card.
Each line of this eagle handwriting worksheet features a progressively harder font to help children make the leap to independent writing.
There are a lot of details on the wings so encouarge children to look closely and use the grid to help as them complete this eagle grid copy puzzle.
Laminate this eagle finger tracing page to make it last longer. Children can trace over the letters with their finger on the page and then try making the shapes again in a tray of sand or flour.