Our build your own ice cream printable has multiple uses. You could ask children to cut out the pieces and then glue them to together for some cutting skills practice. Alternatively print several copies on to card, cut out and laminate and set up a play ice cream parlour.
Ice Cream Printables
There are lacing cards, jigsaws, posters, cut and stick activities and more in our set of ice cream printables. All looking good enough to eat.
Here's something different! Print out this Complete the Picture page and get the children to draw in whoever (or whatever) is munching on the ice-cream!
What would your perfect ice cream sundae be? Children can draw and label their own perfect ice cream on this design an ice cream sundae printable.
This fun ice-cream doodle page asks children to draw their ice-cream on top of the cone. Add scoops, wafers, fruit, sprinkles, flakes and whatever else you can think of to make the ice-cream cone really special, and then colour it in!
Our ice cream counting printable is a fun way to help children practice their counting to 10. Print on to card, cut out the pieces and layer up the scoops on the ice cream cones to match the numbers.
The coloured versions of our ice cream frame have a very cheerful feel. Maybe children could use these frames to design a special ice cream?
There are 3 scoops on the ice cream jigsaw - how yummy it looks! You can make our printable jigsaws as hard or easy as you want by choosing the right cutting guide. Here are our jigsaw instructions and cutting guides.
One of the nicest things about summer, in my opinion, is treating yourself to an ice-cream cone like this one! Print it out onto card and punch holes around the edges for the kids to sew up...
Print our ice cream lacing card on to card, cut out and laminate before punching holes around the edge for children to practice lacing a piece of yarn through. They could try making patterns by lacing across the card.
Here's a fun summery way to practise recognition of upper and lower case letters. Print pages on to card and cut out the pieces, laminating to make them harder-wearing if you wish. Match the lower case letters on the ice cream scoops with the upper case letters on the cones.
There are four ice cream cones on this playdough mat waiting for some playdough ice cream to be added.
We have two versions of our ice cream poster, perfect for any summer themed classroom or library display.
What is a visit to the beach in summer without an ice-cream? This "99 flake" is just what you need on a hot summer's day!
This fun ice-cream printable comes in both colour and black and white. Kids can cut out the different pieces and then assemble their own ice-cream creations! A fun colour, cut and stick activity.
There are lots of dotted lines to trace on this ice cream tracing page, perfect for summer pre-writing practice! Younger children could trace in the channel between the dotted lines.
Trace over the dotted lines on the second of our ice cream tracing pages and create an ice-cream picture. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines; older children directly on them.
If you have a letter to send this summer, our ice cream writing paper will make it extra special. The paper comes in lined, handwriting or blank versions for you to choose from.
This lovely, simple ice lolly lacing card is perfect for a food theme, for the seaside, or for summer! Punch holes around the edge of the lolly and give the kids a bright coloured wool to lace it up.
Learning food or summer vocab? Here's a fun ice lolly poster for you! Of course in some parts of the world they call them popsicles...
There's nothing more refreshing than a cooling ice lolly on a hot day! The kids can have fun sorting these ice lollies into size order, then have a real ice lolly treat once they've finished, perhaps?
The outline of this ice lolly tracing page is perfect for younger children, who can trace between the dotted lines. Older children can trace around both lines for more practice.