The hexagonal shape adds a different twist to a traditional maze. Can children help the chick find the way to the centre of the maze?
This triangular maze is something unusual. Help the hungry caterpillar through the maze to munch on the leaf!
Mazes are a great way to practise pencil control and children are sure to enjoy helping the caterpillar through the maze to become a beautiful butterfly!
Help the bee find it's way through the circular maze to the flower in the middle. A perfect spring or summer activity.
This cheetah lacing card has a nice simple outline for children to practise sewing skills by punching holes and lacing around the outside.
Our notebooking pages help older children to present their research and writing projects neatly. This one features a cheetah, the fastest land animal.
Available in colour or black and white, our cheetah writing page will hopefully encourage independent report writing with its cute cheetah image.
Do your children know that the cheetah is the fastest land animal? What other facts about cheetahs can they find out for our cheetah fact finding worksheet?
There is lots of pencil control practice to be had with this cheetah word tracing worksheet. Trace the letters and then colour in the picture.