This traditional Chinese chase game can cause much screeching and excitement! Play outdoors - or indoors, if you have a large room. It is also known simply as "Cat and Mouse".
A mouse is a small rodent with a long hairless tail. Some people hate them - and despite their tiny size find them very frightening! Others love them and keep them as pets. The most common type of mouse is the house mouse. In the UK and in other parts of the world you can also find the field mouse.
Scroll down to find our collection of mouse crafts, mouse colouring pages, mouse printables, mouse games - and more!
Print out these cute little Christmas mouse bookmarks to hand out for holiday reading, perhaps, or tuck them into a Christmas gift. The little mouse is certainly appealing! Plenty of space for your own message, too.
There's a mouse with some parts missing here, who needs a careful child to fill in the blanks! You can try this puzzle with the help of the complete picture - or cover it up and try without!
This is a charmingly illustrated maze featuring a fluffy kitten and mouse. Mazes are great for concentration and increasing fine motor skills. You can trace with your finger or use a pen.
If the kids would like to learn how to draw a mouse - here's a good place to start! We've broken the drawing into manageable steps so that kids can be drawing their own mice in a jiffy...
Here's a cute and original card to send to someone, featuring two very playful mice! Use the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
This fun poster has two cheeky mice playing with yarn! Perfect for brightening up any animal-themed display...
Use our charming mice scene story paper with younger children for creative writing and colouring fun.
Here's a fun way to get the kids practising their acrostic poem skills - writing a poem about a mouse, and presenting it on one of our fun printable pages! They are also useful as writing frames for younger children.
This cute mouse dot to dot printable is a fun way for children to practise their numbers from 1 to 20, and they can colour in the lovely picture once they've finished too...
This is one of our fun finger tracing worksheets, featuring a cartoon mouse that will appeal to the kids with his cheeky face! Finger trace the letters then colour in the picture.
There is quite a lot of detail in this mouse grid copy, but if the kids take it square by square and copy carefully, they should manage it!
There's a mouse in the house - and two mice on this fun handwriting worksheet! Kids will get plenty of practice writing the word out, by tracing and then trying by themselves.
Here's one of our fun printable jigsaws featuring our cheeky mouse illustration. It takes a little preparation, but you can tailor the jigsaw to suit the age of your child and of it takes up very little space to store, so you can do it over and over again!
Print this mouse face on to card and cut out, laminate if you like, then punch holes around the outside to make a mouse lacing card. The ears will be a bit of a challenge but it is still a relatively simple outline for younger kids to undertake.
The body of our mouse lacing card number 2 provides a nice simple outline for young hands to lace around. You might like to cut off the tail when you are cutting this lacing card out, then tie on a wool tail!
What big ears there are on our printable mouse mask! This mask would be useful for acting out nursery rhymes and fables or perhaps with our kitten mask for cat and mouse chasing games. Remember to cut out the eyes so children can see!
Here's a lovely mouse poster printable which might look fun on display in the playroom or nursery - or perhaps be useful on the noticeboard in the classroom.
Here's a poster of a very cute little mouse to print out and display as part of an animal or wildlife display.
This useful mouse story paper printable can be used for handwriting practice, creative story writing, retelling a story, or even to write a thank you letter. We think kids will love the cheeky mouse illustration!
Here's a useful little mouse template which comes in various sizes. Use it for tracing, cutting out, collaging, scrapbooking ... or even as a writing frame.
Our cute little mouse is just begging to be traced and coloured in! Laminate the printable and use dry-wipe pens if you want to repeat the activity...
Our mouse word tracing worksheet features a funny picture of a mouse for the kids to colour, with dotted letters spelling the word mouse beneath.
Whether you are learning about the house mouse or the field mouse, this little worksheet will help the kids get their facts together!
When you are learning about mice, or wanting to write a story about a mouse, this is the perfect paper to print! Choose from colour or black and white.
Our pine cone mouse makes a cute little craft for kids - especially in the autumn when pine cones are plentiful.
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