Do you know a cheeky monkey? If so, this might be the perfect card for them to give to Daddy this Father's Day!
Our collection of fun monkey printables to enjoy with the kids!
Just what you need when you are studying the chimpanzee - some cute foldable booklets to fill with information! Choose from lined or blank and click the links below for our high quality printable versions. You will need instructions for our origami booklets, which you can find here:
Print our fun chimpanzee counting jigsaw out onto card and then slice along the lines vertically. Can the kids put it back together again? It's a fun way to practice counting from 1 to 10. We have a black and white version, too, that the kids can colour in.
I love this chimpanzee lacing card and I think the kids will too! It makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for the kids. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Use our printable notebooking pages to write about the chimpanzee, our closest relative in the animal kingdom. Choose from two designs, and just click on the links below to download printable versions.
Here's a fantastic poster featuring a very cheeky chimpanzee! Easy to print and perfect for animal displays...
The cheeky chimps on our chimpanzee scene card are bound to brighten anybody's day! Print using borderless printer settings for the best results...
We love the cheeky chimpanzees on this fun colouring card, and we're sure the person you send it to will love your finished card too!
Brighten up any display with this colourful poster featuring three cheeky chimpanzees! Print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
Print this appealing chimpanzee spelling jigsaw onto some card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word chimpanzee.
There's a cute chimp decorating our chimpanzee writing paper, which is available in three versions to suit all ages.
The cheeky chimps on this writing paper should encourage the kids to put pen to paper - whether for a letter, writing about a trip to the zoo or for their own story. Three versions available below.
The cute chimp illustrations are sure to inspire the kids to use this fun writing paper! We have three versions to suit all ages. Click the links below for our high-quality printable versions...
This is a fun activity for observation and copying skills! Look at the finished version of the monkey and then add in all the missing details on the black and white version!
Here is a tracing page featuring a funny gorilla face which we think the kids will enjoy. Trace within the lines, or trace over them. The gorilla looks a little fierce!
Our step by step tutorial in the printable below makes learning to draw a monkey easy for kids of all age!
Here are two full sets of monkey alphabet posters, one upper case and one lower case. Print out your child's initial, spell out a word or a name, or display the whole set round the room!
Will you use our little booklet to store facts about monkeys, write a story, or find out about Year of the Monkey? How about writing down some monkey jokes? You will need our origami booklet instructions to fold this booklet.
Here's a fun way to practice those important scissor skills! Cut along the lines from dot to monkey...
Kids can practice their cutting skills but cuting out these funny monkeys. We've provided dotted lines for younger children to follow. Perhaps they could stick them onto exercise books, make a mobile or use them as bookmarks? Perfect for Year of the Monkey activites, too!
Print out this cheeky monkey jigsaw, cut it up using our jigsaw cutting guides, and put it back together again! Instructions and cutting guides for this jigsaw are here: Jigsaw Instructions and Cutting Guides
Here's another printable monkey jigsaw for you to print for the kids. You can vary the difficulty by choosing the appropriate cutting guide. Instructions and cutting guides for this jigsaw are here: Kids jigsaws to print
This is a perfect lacing card for younger children, who will have fun lacing all around the edges of the simple monkey outline! Print onto card, punch holes evenly around the edges, and lace! You could laminate the activity to make it last longer, or just do it as a "one off".
Here's a happy, smiley monkey lacing card for you to download and print. The outline is a bit of a challenge so simplify it for younger children as you cut out if you need to.
This cute little monkey has an easy outline for cutting out and lacing. With his tail he should definitely be printed out onto sturdy card or laminated before the kids start lacing, though!
Cheeky monkeys will enjoy wearing this cheeky monkey mask! Just print, cut out and tie on with elastic or string...
Print out the numbers 1 to 20 on the tummies of our funny monkeys - what a fun way to practise counting skills! Each monkey prints onto one page so the pdf file has 20 pages.
I'm sure we all know a little monkey or two who will enjoy writing his name on a place card like this, and seeing it on the desk or table in the mornings! Just print, write, cut and fold...
This fun monkey poster would look lovely on the nursery or playroom wall and are sure to be a favourite with the kids!
Practice pencil skills with this adorable little monkey tracing page! There are two dotted lines: older children can trace each one separately while younger children might like to trace between them.
Here's a fun monkey face picture for the kids to trace and colour in. Trace within the dotted lines (younger kids) or directly on them.
Love this cheeky monkey! Kids love this writing paper design, too, so it is a good one to choose for writing thank you letters.Also useful for Chinese New Year of the Monkey writing projects.
You can have so much fun with our tumbling monkey alphabet! First cut them out carefully along their outlines. We've divided each page into six so that you can easily hand the monkeys out for cutting, because it is a bit of a job!
These tumbling monkeys are large enough to make a real impact if you hang them up in the corner of the room! We've got numbers from 0 to 20 in this pdf file, over 21 pages. You could laminate them for durability as they take a little cutting out!