Well, I'm not going to pretend that cutting out these spider bookmarks is going to be easy – but I think they are worth it! You might want to laminate them to protect the spiders' legs and then poke them out of the top of a book for a spidery surprise.
These cute snail bookmarks put a smile on my face every time I see them – and I think they might encourage the kids to get on with their reading! Cut them out and put them into a book so that a little head pops over the top of the page…
Here is the complete set of our shaped minibeast bookmarks in a 2-page PDF file – perfect for handing out in the classroom, popping into party bags, or just saving up for special books…
Ladybird, Ladybird, fly away home… No-one will want these little ladybird bookmarks to fly away! They take a little cutting out but are well worth it and we think the kids will love them.
These funny frog bookmarks are so simple to print and cut out and really liven up any book that they are used in. I hope the kids love them as much as we do!
Encourage the kids to get some reading done with the help of these funny caterpillar bookmarks! They print 4 to a page and look so cute with their heads sticking out!
I have one of these butterfly bookmarks marking the page of my diary – and it puts a smile on my face every time I see it! Once you cut them out you might want to laminate these butterfly bookmarks to make them longer lasting and protect the antennae.
Just print out this page onto card and grab the scissors – soon you will have four cheeky bee bookmarks which we hope will delight the kids. Who could resist opening up a book when a bumblebee like this is poking out of its pages!
Here is a lovely doodly basket of Easter eggs colouring page which will keep older children busy for ages. There's lots of lovely detail to colour in on this one!