There's a smack of jellyfish floating across the page of this worksheet - very pretty and colourful! Children need to recognise the colour of the jellyfish and the appropriate colour word, count the jellyfish (from 1 to 6) and write the number into the table.
Lots NEW! You will find jellyfish worksheets suitable for a wide age range below - starting with tracing worksheets for beginner writers and simple counting and colour activities, and working up to quite challenging poetry and comprehension activities for older children.
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.
Here's a fun way to learn some interesting facts about jellyfish! Read through this jellyfish cloze, filling the gaps with words from the box at the bottom.
Practice colour words with this fun colour labelling worksheet. Cut out the words and match to the correct jellyfish - then colour your own.
This fact sheet is a good start when learning about jellyfish, pulling together some introductory information and key words for learning about jellyfish. It can be used with our jellyfish comprehension and cloze activities.
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.
Use these jellyfish flashcards for your own jellyfish investigation. Choose some different species, draw them and then fill in the facts. You could even create a "Top Trump" type game when you have made a few of these!
Our jellyfish handwriting worksheet uses four fonts getting harder each time to help children practise letter formation.
This is a useful start for planning a jellyfish project, and can be undertaken by the kids almost like a bingo sheet; colour in the items as you do them, aiming to complete a row (or the whole sheet!) Where applicable we have linked directly to Activity Village resources so you can click straight
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.
Kids can have fun investigating whether these jellyfish species - some with very exotic, funny names - are real or "fiction".
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!
Here's a fun activity for younger children, perfect for working on pencil control. Trace the dotted lines of the jellyfish, then colour it in.
Here's a trickier "trace and colour" page featuring a pink jellyfish - possibly a medusa? Careful pencil control will be important for the tentacles!
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.
Colour in our jellyfish scene according to the instructions. It's a simple reading activity in disguise!