There's a simple repeating maple leaf design on this printable scrapbook paper, in autumn colours. The white background means it isn't too demanding on your printer ink!
Lots NEW! The maple leaf has long been a symbol of Canada. Whether you are celebrating Canada Day or learning about Canada, here is a helpful and fun collection of maple leaf activities to download.
Write an acrostic poem dedicated to the maple, whose leaf is a symbol of Canada. There are 4 pages to choose from on our maple acrostic poem printable.
Children can practise early handwriting skills with a tree or Canadian theme twist. Trace out the letters to spell out maple on our maple finger tracing worksheet and then colour in the leaf.
Add a cross curricula element to your handwriting practice with our maple handwriting worksheet. 4 fonts, getting progressively harder, will guide children towards independently writing the word maple.
There are three versions of this colourful maple leave border; lined, plain, or half lined. Use to take leaf rubbings on an autumn walk, record a trip to Canada or draw a Canada Day picture.
Children can celebrate Canada or autumn as they have fun practising addition with this maple leaf dice addition activity. Roll two dice, add them up and colour the correct leaf. Compete against the clock or a friend.
Write a shape poem, draw a picture of Canada, or find out about maple trees and record your findings. With lined and blank versions available there are lots of ways to use our maple leaf frame.
Use the squares on the grid to help trace the maple leave on this maple leaf version of our popular grid copy puzzles.
This maple leaf mobile is an excellent Canada Day craft for kids, who will enjoy cutting out and assembling the maple leaf shapes from our template.
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Multiplication bump is a fun game to help children practice their times tables. Roll two dice, add them up, multiply by the number on the board and then place your counter on the answerD Don't forget to 'bump off' your opponent if they are there!
This maple leaf symmetry worksheet asks children to complete the leaf with a mirror image of half already there. There are two versions; one with a grid to make it a bit easier and one without for more of a challenge.
Print and play our simple maple leaf tic tac toe game with kids on Canada Day! Simple use two different colours of buttons or other small objects - one for each player. Red and white would be the most appropriate!
These maple leaves need some colour and decoration! Get out the playdough and decorate the maple leaves on this playdough mat in yellow and orange for autumn or maybe bright red for Canada Day.
Maple leaves for autumn or for Canada .. this lovely poster will show the kids exactly what they look like.