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 Worksheets
Bring some fun to your learning in the hot summer days with this growing collection of ice cream worksheets.
Most children love ice cream - and that might inspire them when it comes to writing a mouth-watering acrostic poem using the letters of the word!
Here's a fun summer learning activity! Children need to place the ice cream flavours in alphabetical order.
We've got a blank or lined version of this ice-cream cone to choose from. How about writing a poem about ice cream, or copying down all the flavours you can think of? Or ask the kids to make up some of their own, or use the frame for an ice-cream recipe...
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.
Have some fun learning to write the word ice cream by tracing over the letters on this printable. Don't forget to colour the picture!
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?
The kids will have a chance to perfect their handwriting with this fun ice cream handwriting worksheet!
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.
Can the kids create a tasty ice cream treat by working out the simple sums and colouring in the picture using the key? We've got two addition, two subtraction and two multiplication worksheets to choose from below.
Encourage reluctant writers by asking them to write about their favourite ice cream flavour on our ice cream story paper. You could encourage them to add a little more by thinking about the toppings and sauces that they like.
Use this ice cream story paper for a story or as a descriptive writing exercise. There are lots of details on the picture to describe.
What flavour would your kids invent if they were trying to enter a competition like the one Matty's local ice cream parlour is running? And what would be the consequences if they won, I wonder?
Our ice cream sundae story paper is perfect for a creative writing or descriptive piece. Perhaps children can describe a visit to an ice cream parlour?
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.
Children can colour in this picture of a scrumptious ice-cream cone and then trace over the letters spelling the word beneath.
Summer means ice-cream, so we've produced an ice-cream cone writing frame for the kids to use to write about summer! Two versions available - lined and blank.
Kids can skip count their way around the picture to draw an ice lolly - practising their tables at the same time! It's a fun dot to dot puzzle with a secret.
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?
Complete this drawing of a refreshing ice lolly using symmetry. You could then colour it in when you've finished? This is one of our more simple symmetry worksheets, and a grid is available to help younger children too.