Parts of this jellyfish are missing! Can the kids fill in the gaps by copying the missing bits from the right picture to the left?
Find out a little about jellyfish and explore our collection of fun printable activities, below!
Did You Know?
Jellyfish have lived on Earth for millions of years - even before dinosaurs existed! Jellyfish use their tentacles to sting prey. They don't attack humans on purpose, but if someone touches one by accident they might get a painful sting!
Fun fact: Have you ever noticed jellyfish are kept in round tanks in aquariums? This is to stop them getting stuck in corners!
Our Jellyfish Activities
This jellyfish acrostic poem printable is a great way to test the kids' poetry skills - a fun activity after a trip to an aquarium perhaps? We have four options to suit different ages and abilities.
Our jellyfish colouring page is sure to delight younger children. I think it would look especially good done with glittery or sparkly pens or crayons.
You could laminate our jellyfish finger tracing page and after tracing the letters with a finger use a dry wipe marker pen to trace between the lines.
Can the kids copy this picture of a jellyfish from the left grid to the right, one square at a time? Our grid puzzles are great for practising pencil control and concentration skills.
Our jellyfish handwriting worksheet uses four fonts getting harder each time to help children practise letter formation.
Did you know a group of jellyfish are sometimes called a bloom? Why not print a few of our cute jellyfish posters and make a bloom of jellyfish display.
Jellyfish are beautiful creatures, as this photographic poster proves! However, they are always better when you are not in the same water as they are! Print this poster using your borderless settings.
This jellyfish scene card might make a nice thank you card after a visit to an aquarium - although it would make a nice card for any occasion!
Receiving a personally coloured card is a delight and tour jellyfish scene colouring card with it's happy jellyfish is sure to bring a smile to the face of any one lucky enough to receive one.
Our jellyfish scene colouring page features a very jolly looking bunch of jellyfish. Get out the crayons and have fun colouring these cheerful sea creatures.
This jellyfish scene poster is quite pretty with pastel coloured jellyfish swimming around in the sea! Print and display as part of a sea creatures project or just to brighten a classroom wall.
This jellyfish story paper features cute, simple drawings of jellyfish so it's ideal for younger children, but we have lined and handwriting versions to suit all ages.
With lined and handwriting options to choose from our jellyfish story paper is a fun way to encourage young children to write down their ideas. Don't forget to colour the jellyfish afterwards!
A jellyfish template is always going to be a bit tricky to cut out, so take care when you are cutting the tentacles on this one. Perhaps you could use a shimmery, pearlescent card?
Perhaps your child could cut out the top piece of this jellyfish template while you cut out the bottom! Join them together with sticky tape on the back and then glue on some eyes.
How gorgeous is our jellyfish tracing page? It is sure to make even the most reluctant writer pick up their pencil and start tracing those dotty lines.
What a lovely way to practise early writing skills. Trace the letters on our jellyfish word tracing page and colour the picture.
Perhaps a visit to the aquarium has inspired an interest in jellyfish? This simple jellyfish fact-finding worksheet is a good starting place to learn more about them.
Our learn to draw a jellyfish is so cute children will love it. May also be useful for less artistic adults, we think it would look lovely painted on the wall of an underwater themed children's room.