This cute little gazelle has lost her face and feet! Study the picture on the right to help finish the drawing.
Gazelles are a small antelope mostly found in Africa, but also in some parts of Asia. They are fast! Gazelle can run at bursts of up to 40 mph) - and that helps them to escape their natural predators, cheetah and wild dogs. You will find them in deserts, grasslands and savanna where they graze on grasses and leaves. Gazelles live in herds varying from 10 animals to several hundred.
There are 19 different species, but the most easily recognised gazelle is the Thompson's gazelle, also known as the Tommie or springbok, which has a distinguishing black stripe down its side.
This gazelle acrostic poem printable to challenge the children on their poetry skills! We have these printable sheets for many different African animals.
A graceful gazelle graces this colouring page. It is one of our series of African animal colouring pages.
Help the kids practise counting with this fun printable jigsaw featuring a family of gazelles in Africa. Print onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. To extend the activity, choose the black-and-white version and ask them to colour in the picture first.
Here is a fun way for little ones to practise their letter skills! Finger trace the letters in the word "gazelle" first – then have a go with the crayon, perhaps?
Copy the gazelle from the grid on the left onto the grid on the right. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the job easier…
There is plenty of handwriting practice in this fun "gazelle" handwriting worksheet. By the time the kids reach the last line, they should have much more confidence.
Older children can use our gazelle notebooking page for their research on these African creatures, choosing from the two variations below.
Here's a lovely photographic poster of gazelles - one looking straight into the camera and the others blurred in the distance. Print with your borderless settings for a full A4 size.
Here is a fun way to practise spellling! Print out this lovely African scene of the gazelle family, either in black-and-white or colour. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
Use our quick-to-print story paper featuring a cute colouring image of a gazelle to encourage some creative story writing, or perhaps to collect some gazelle facts when you have been learning about this African animal.
Whether you are looking at African animals, marking a visit to the zoo or it's just for fun, our gazelle tracing page is a great way for young children to practise their fine motor skills.
Here's a little worksheet to help children practice their letters – tracing over the dotted letter shapes to spell the word gazelle. And of course there's a picture to colour in too.
Learn a little about the Gazelle with the help of this fact-finding worksheet, which prompts kids to do their own research.
Here is a simple writing page – available in either colour or black and white – which you can use for capturing facts about gazelles, or perhaps for a creative writing activity.
Here is a quick-to-print stationery page featuring a rather cute gazelle at the top – perfect for inspiring some letter writing or perhaps a story…
Perfect for when you need a quick greetings card but have none to hand, this printable card features a lovely African scene and a family of gazelles in the foreground. Use your printer's borderless settings for the best results.
Colour in this lovely African scene of a family of gazelles to make a greetings card for someone special. Print, fold, colour and give...
Colour in our lovely African scene of a family of gazelles - a perfect complement to your African topic.
Here is a poster of a family of gazelles for you to print and display - just one from our series of animal "scene" posters.
Use our African scene featuring a family of gazelles to spark some creative writing with our fun printable story paper, or perhaps have a go at some copywork or writing down facts that you have learned about these graceful African creatures.