This set of 2 worksheets is themed with hedgehogs as many schools cover the topic in the autumn term with the White Rose Maths Place Value block for Year 3.
Lots NEW! Have some fun with these hedgehog worksheets - whether you are learning about hedgehogs and looking for some fact-finding or hibernation resources for the classroom, or some extra autumn-themed activities for early finishers and wildlife lovers!
Here's our first hedgehog handwriting worksheet, of three. This one provides dots and arrows to make sure children form the letters correctly, and is perfect for finger tracing - or perhaps as a laminated worksheet with dry wipe pen.
This cute hedgehog frame might inspire some fun autumn or winter writing! Choose from colour or black and white, lined or blank.
Why not get the kids to practice their handwriting with this fun hedgehog handwriting worksheet? It's different!
Hedgehogs are nocturnal mammals that hibernate, omnivores and verterbrates. But what do these words all mean? Can the kids draw a line to match the words with the correct meanings?
Here we have two hedgehog versions of our notebooking page, perfect for research, fact finding or observation notes.
Who could resist writing a story or practising their handwriting when they've got this cute hedgehog story paper to encourage them!
Here's an interesting tracing page for the kids, featuring a funny hedgehog looking straight at them! Trace between or on the dotted lines for some excellent pencil control practice.
Our hedgehog tracing page is one of our trickiest. Can your children follow the zig zag, dotted line to draw the hedgehog's spikes?
Here is a fun way for kids to work on their pencil control – trace over the dotted lines on our hedgehog tracing page! Younger children might use a thick crayon or felt tip pen to make marks with in the dotted lines.
The kids will have fun finding out some facts about hedgehogs and filling in this worksheet. Choose from colour or black and white.
Why is it that everyone likes hedgehogs? Whatever the reason, this hedgehog writing page might come in useful for all sorts of writing projects.
Print our cute hedgehogs counting jigsaw out onto card and then slice along the lines vertically. Can the kids put it back together again? It's a fun way to practice counting from 1 to 10. We have a black and white version, too, that the kids can colour in.
Use this lovely hedgehog story paper for a woodland or autumnal story, or perhaps some writing activities. It comes in lined and handwriting versions.
Use this useful blank worksheet for the kids to fill in when they are studying hibernating animals. Write a description and a little about the animal's habitat, draw or paste in a picture, and then tick the boxes to categorise the animal.
Draw a hibernating hedgehog and add it to this nest! You might want to draw it on another sheet of paper, cut it out and stick it on...