Children will love imagining a character for this cute ant and then setting him in a story. I think he looks like he's a bit mischievous.
Minibeast Story Paper
Our minibeast story paper pages, with their beautiful detailed pictures for kids to colour in, are sure to inspire creativity.
These two ants heading off on a journey might make great central characters for a creative story! Once you've written your story, remember to colour in the picture too...
We all know we need to do more to protect our bees. Children can use this story paper to explain why bees are so important or to write a fun bee themed story.
This lovely bee scene picture is sure to provide lots of creative inspiration for story writing. We have lined and handwriting versions of our bees scene story paper to chose from.
This cute beetle is looking to star in a story. Can your children write one about him on our beetle story paper?
Colour in this beautifly butterflies scene picture and use the lines to write a story or a piece of descriptive writing describing the scene.
This story paper shows the stages of a butterfly's life cycle. Ask children to describe the stages and colour the picture or use as a creative writing prompt.
This butterfly life cycle story paper comes in black and white or colour, and lined or with handwriting lines. There are no labels on the picture, so can the kids describe the life cycle process themselves.
Can the children describe the butterfly life cycle on this story paper? The diagram at the top should help them, and they can colour in the illustration too.
Can the children describe the lifecycle of a butterfly using our set of story papers? Each story paper has a picture and plenty of room for writing.
To grow into an adult, a butterfly goes through 4 stages: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and butterfly. We have a story paper for each stage in this set, with lots of room to write down notes.
Here is some pretty butterfly story paper for younger kids. Write a story or poem, or perhaps use the paper for handwriting practice or copywork...
Use this lovely colouring picture to spark the imagination for a story, or describe what is happening in the picture.
This lovely caterpillar story paper is perfect for younger children - to inspire some creative writing.
You could ask the kids to describe the scene in the picture before colouring it in, or perhaps make up a story - either is a good use of this caterpillar scene story paper!
Print our colouring page and writing paper to get the kids writing about collecting honey. Would they be brave enough to do it themselves? It makes a lovely summer writing project.
Write a story or a poem with our cheerful cricket as its centre! Choose from lines or handwriting versions of our story paper.
Make up a fun story featuring this smiling cricket as the main character - we have lined and handwriting lined versions to choose from below.
Use this story paper featuring a diagram of the frog life cycle to write your own description - we've got four versions to choose from below, either lined or with handwriting lines, and in colour or black and white.
There's plenty of space to describe what happens in the frog life cycle on this story paper - and we've got both lined and handwriting versions to suit different ages and abilities. We also have two black and white versions if you'd prefer to colour in the picture too...
There are six phases in the life cycle of a frog, and we've got a story paper for each stage in this set of labelled worksheets, each with plenty of room for writing notes or observations. Choose from black and white or colour, and lined or with handwriting lines.
Kids can use our frog story paper to write about frogs or make up their own frog story or poem. Two versions available.
Our cute little frog sits waiting to inspire a bit of creative writing! Choose from lines or handwriting lines...
Children can present their writing beautifully on our frogs scene story paper, colouring in the picture to finish.
We have two versions of this grasshopper story paper, lined and handwriting lines, for some minibeast-themed creative writing fun.
Perhaps you could use the nursery rhyme 'Ladybird, Ladybird' as a prompt for some creative writing. Whatever the purpose though this cute ladybird story paper is sure to be popular.
There are two cute ladybirds on this story paper. Use to imagine a conversation or describe the scene or any other piece of writing that the picture inspires.
Look carefully at the picture and you'll spot lots of minibeasts to write about! Kids can use this printable story paper to make up a story, to write about what they see, or for nature study.
Print our pond dipping colouring page and story paper and kids can write about what they see, make up a story or retell an actual pond dipping expedition!
Our simple snail story paper pages are fun for younger kids, who can colour the picture and then use the lines for practising handwriting, writing a story or poem, or perhaps collecting facts.
This story paper features a fun scene of two snails in a garden - perfect as a prompt for some creative writing, or perhaps descriptive writing. What is in the picture?
This spider and web story paper is ideal for younger children at Halloween - they can enjoy colouring in the picture once they've done a little creative writing. Choose from two versions below: lined or handwriting lines.
Write a spooky Halloween story, practice handwriting skills by copying out the nursery rhyme Incy Wincy Spider, write a story about life as a spider or pull together a factual piece of research. I'm sure there are many other ways you can think of to use out spider story paper.
Use our spider story paper to tell a spooky story or write some facts about these eight-legged creatures! We have lined and handwriting lined versions available for different ages and abilities.