This is the easier of two African animal alphabetical order worksheets, with 8 animals for the kids to put into the correct order - all starting with a different letter.
More African Animal Worksheets
Here's even more African animal worksheets and classroom printables that don't fit into our other categories. We have size sorting, cutting practice printables and some lovely spelling jigsaws.
We've provided 12 African animals for the kids to put into alphabetical order on this, the second of two alphabetical order worksheets.
This fun printable includes some lovely illustrations of different African animals to cut out, ready for the kids to sort by size. If you laminate the cut-outs they will last and can be used for lots of different activities.
Here are four delightful African animals for little ones to cut out and stick. We've given you a simplified dotted edge to the animals to make it easier. You could stick the animals onto a yellow or brown sheet of card or paper to create your own African savannah scene...
This African animals number line is such a fun way to cheer up tables and desks in the classroom. Just slice (and laminate if you wish) and get counting...
There are two lists of animals to put into alphabetical order on this worksheet - African and Australian. There are some really interesting animal names here, making this a slightly more challenging alphabetical order puzzle!
Learn some fun facts and interesting information about chimpanzees with this cloze worksheet, by reading the text and filling in the missing words from the word bank.
Tackle some of these fun elephant-themed ideas to get you started on an elephant project. Kids can colour them in as they do them, or just pick and choose the ones they like best.
This elephant spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word elephant. Print on to card, colour the picture and then cut the jigsaw into strips.
Use this Venn diagram sheet to capture the similarities and differences between African and Indian elephants.
Here is a fun way to practise spellling! Print out this lovely African scene of the gazelle family, either in black-and-white or colour. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
In colour, black and white, with or without stripes, showing odds and evens ... this hundred square is funny and cute and we hope the kids like it!
Pick from 5 versions of our "fill in the blanks" hundred square, cheered on by a very elongated giraffe! We've included 3 levels of random numbers as well as an odds and an evens exercise.
Get the kids skip counting their times tables or print out our lovely giraffe hundred squares for reference. We've picked out the numbers from 1-100 in colour, for tables from 2s to 10s. This is a 10 page pdf file.
Help the kids learn to spell the (rather strange) word "giraffe" with this fun spelling jigsaw. Print onto card and slice along the dotted lines. When they have the spelling sorted, cut the letters off the bottom and try the jigsaw without.
Print this hippo spelling jigsaw on to card and cut out along the dotted lines. For a rainy day project, choose our black and white version and colour the picture first.
This simple labelling worksheet activity is a good way to familiarise children with names for the parts of an elephant.
The word lion may only have four letters but it is tricky to spell! Now children can practice by using our printable lion spelling jigsaw. Cut in to strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
Here's a fun way to practice those important scissor skills! Cut along the lines from dot to monkey...