Our cute little mole has a companion with some missing pieces! Can the kids copy them back in...?
Whether you are studying moles as part of a British Wildlife theme, or you just like these funny little creatures, we hope you find some useful mole printables below!
Here's a fun way for kids to learn how to draw their own mole. Just print out the tutorial and follow along with the simple step by step process.
Print and fold this mini mole booklet for kids, the fill it with facts or drawings. We have two versions to choose from, lined and blank. Just click the links below for our printables. You will need our instructions for folding our mini booklets.
Here's a classroom set of five printable mole bookmarks, with lots of space for writing a message or recording the page in your reading books. Click the link below to access the printable version.
Can the kids copy the picture of the mole successfully from left grid to right? If they take it square by square and count and copy carefully, they should end up with a very similar picture!
Here's a fun little printable mole jigsaw - just print, cut out using one of our cutting guides (choose an age appropriate one) and then put it back together again! Instructions and cutting guides for our printable jigsaws are here:
Lacing is a good way of practising hand control and helping improve grip and concentration, all important in developing writing skills. This cute mole lacing card is sure to be a favourite.
Two printable notebooking pages on moles for Wildlife and Animal themes - the first with space for a picture or drawing, and the second fully lined. Click the links below for our printables.
Here's a simple, illustrated mole to print for the kids - fun for decorating the classroom and part of a set of mole printables for our wildlife theme. Click the links below to choose which printable you would like - with word or without.
This mole looks like he's just woken up and climbed out of his hole! Print out this fun poster and use for animal and wildlife projects.
How cute is this mole? The kids will feel be sure to feel proud when they draw their own mole by tracing the dotted lines on our mole tracing page.
This printable mole writing page (available in colour and black and white) is just one of a series of mole printables that you can use for creative writing, fact finding or copy work. Click the links below to access our printables.
This moles scene card is perfect for someone who loves British wildlife! Print using the borderless settings on your printer, then fold in half and add your message inside.