Just for fun, we've filled up this kangaroo outline with the Australian flag. You could cut it out and use it to decorate the classroom, or a project - or even make some kangaroo bunting!
Here's a useful collection of kangaroo printables for classroom and home, ranging from kangaroo templates to fun kangaroo writing paper. Something for all ages!
Invite your friends to a "bouncing baby" baby shower with this fun printable baby shower invitation, complete with kangaroo and joey!
Fill in the gaps in the picture of the kangaroo on the left, by copying the missing bits from the picture of the kangaroo on the right. Two kangaroos for the price of one!
Here's a fun Australia Day card to print, featuring a cute kangaroo! Just click the link below for our printable, print onto card and fold.
A cheerful K is for Kangaroo poster to print and display in your classroom or home! We have two versions available, one with added words and one without.
To be honest, this isn't the easiest of acrostic poems! It might challenge the kids to come up with a poem starting each line with the first letter of the word KANGAROO, but our printable paper may help keep them going! Four versions available, with and without illustration.
Here's an outline template of a kangaroo with joey in her pouch - useful in the classroom or home, for crafty projects or perhaps as a writing frame.
Whether you are doing a project on kangaroos or you just love these unique Australian animals, these mini booklets - just print and fold - will come in handy! Choose from lined or blank booklets and then just click the links below to download and print.
Younger children can practice their letter formation by tracing over the letters of "kangaroo", encouraged by this lovely kangaroo picture. Perhaps they could colour him in too?
We've got a blank and a lined version of this kangaroo frame. Use it for writing projects or perhaps as a template in kangaroo crafts?
I'm not totally sure how we will use this lovely yellow kangaroo - but I love it, so I thought I would share it!
Children will need to copy carefully - but if they do so they will end up with their own kangaroo picture in the right hand grid!
Kids can practice their handwriting with the encouragement of our lovely kangaroo! There's plenty of space for writing the word on their own, too.
Print out this sweet lacing card of a mother kangaroo and joey. Punch holes around the edges and either sew or lace with a shoelace or wool. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
The second of our kangaroo lacing cards features a lovely kangaroo face. Print on to card, cut out and laminate and punch holes around the edge to use.
Pop this kangaroo mask on your children and see if it helps them find their bounce! Print several and use for bouncing relay races!
Work out the simple sums so that you can find the right colours for this kangaroo colouring page - fun!
Use our kangaroo notebooking pages to study this unique Australian animal. Two styles, with photo. Click on the links below to download a printable version.
The kangaroo is Australia's most recognised animal, and children all around the world are fascinated by it! Here's a poster of a kangaroo to print for projects or display. Available with word or without.
Ring the changes in your classroom or home with some fun, simple posters! We have a set of Australian animals including this kangaroo. The simple outlines make it useful for a cut and stick activity, too.
Can you spot the adorable baby kangaroo hiding in his mum's pouch on this lovely poster? For best results, print our posters using borderless printer settings.
This lovely, cheerful card features a happy kangaroo family waving hello! Just print onto card and fold in half.
Brighten up your room with our cheerful kangaroo scene in poster format. Two kangaroos - one with little joey - wave hello to your children!
Children can make up a fun story using our kangaroo colouring picture as inspiration - or perhaps just describe what they see in the picture.
Print out our kangaroo jigsaw onto printer card and then cut it up along the dotted lines. It's a fun way to learn to spell kangaroo. For older children, you could cut off the letters and just give them the picture to put back together again!
Write a story about a kangaroo, or use our cute story paper for recording facts about this most famous of Aussie animals! And of course the kids can colour in the picture, too.
Here's a funny kangaroo template - skinny but simple to cut out and therefore useful in lots of kids projects, we hope!
Here's a template for a leaping kangaroo, similar to the kangaroo you see on road signs in Australia. It's fairly easy to cut out and the larger sizes also make a useful and unusual writing frame.
Younger children can learn to write the letters of "kangaroo" with this lovely worksheet, complete with colouring page.
Children will need to find out a few simple facts about the kangaroo to fill in this fun worksheet, available in either colour or black and white.
Use our writing page to record what you have learned about the kangaroo, or perhaps to write a story. Choose from colour or black and white.
Print this kangaroo writing paper (three variations) for your children's Australian-themed writing projects - or just for kids who love kangaroos!