Can you complete this picture of our lovely lion? Use the finished picture as reference and fill in the missing parts of the grid.
Learn to draw a lion, print out a lion poster that would look fabulous in a nursery or classroom, and enjoy the rest of these lion printables...
This lovely lion stands proudly in front of the letter L, to help kids learn their alphabet! It makes a lovely poster for the classroom or perhaps for the door of a child whose name begins with L?
Our step by step guide to learn to draw a lion will soon have the kids drawing their own magnificent king of the jungle.
Print and fold our little lion bookmark and use it to store interesting facts about lions, make notes, ask questions, practise handwriting ....
We have two sets of lion bookmarks to print and cut out for the kids - one with jokes and one blank.
Practice counting up to 10 with this lion counting jigsaw. Print on to card, ask children to colour and then cut along the dotted lines to cut the jigsaw into strips.
Then numbers on this lion dot to dot puzzle go all the way up to 34, so it's not only fun but good number practice too!
I love this lion illustration - and I think children would get a real sense of achievement if they copy the picture successfully. Having the grid to work from really helps, especially if you take it square by square.
Jigsaws don't get any wilder than this! This impressive lion makes a fantastic puzzle and you can create it yourself following the instructions on the sheet. Don't forget to use the cutting guides that we provide here.
Children will love sewing around the shaggy mane on this lion lacing card. Make it as easy or difficult as you like by punching the holes to suit your child. All the instructions can be found on the sheet.
Fine motor skills are so valuable when learning to write and this very simple lion lacing card (perfect for beginners) is a fabulous way to get children to practise.
Children will love to play at being 'King of the Jungle' in our printable lion mask. You could use it as part of a Narnia project to dress up as Aslan!
Print off a poster of the king of the savannah, the Lion. A display of African animals would be incomplete without him!
The word lion may only have four letters but it is tricky to spell! Now children can practice by using our printable lion spelling jigsaw. Cut in to strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
This lovely lion tracing page will give the kids plenty of pencil control practice, especially if they trace over all the dotted lines. Younger children can trace in the channel between the lines.
I love the lion illustration on this cute writing paper, and hope he will inspire a magnificant letter or story! Choose from three versions below.
We have lots of lions at Activity Village, but not many lionesses! Here is a lioness's face with dotted lines for the children to trace.
Here's a gorgeouslions scene greetings card to print and fold and fill up with a nice message! Use your printer's borderless settings and print onto nice card for the best results.