Find 10 less than each of the numbers on the squirrels - then match it to an acorn! A fun worksheet for autumn.
More Animal Worksheets
Here you will find a miscellaneous collection of animal worksheets for children of a range of ages, covering various activities... from sorting to symmetry!
For each squirrel the kids need to find an acorn with a number 10 less - perfect for an autumn maths drill!
Can the children match up the squirrels with an acorn that has a number 100 less? There are 6 to try on this worksheet.
Pets are a favourite topic for a lot of children, so they're bound to enjoy filling in this About My Pet worksheet. There are some simple questions to answer, and space to draw a picture of their pet too.
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.
We've provided 12 African animals for the kids to put into alphabetical order on this, the second of two alphabetical order worksheets.
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!
This set provides 2 pages, each with 4 animal "story" problems, for the children to put into algebraic expressions. We've included answers for checking.
Use this set of 2 worksheets to introduce algebraic expressions. We've included the answers, so they simply need to read and understand the question and link it to the right answer.
Solve the problems, crack the code and reveal three animal names! This is such a fun way to work on maths skills. This particular worksheet is aimed at Year 2-3 / 6-8 year olds.
Practise fractions and the four operations with this fun Animal Code Breaker, aimed (roughly) at Year 4 children (aged 8-9).
This code breaker puzzle involves decimals, fractions, multiplication, division, addition and subtraction - and it's a fun way to "drill" these skills while looking for the hidden African animals in the solution. Aimed at Year 5 (aged 9-10).
Solve for n to work out which African animals are hidden in this Animal Code Breaker. We've aimed this particular code breaker at Year 6 children (aged 10-11).
Print and cut out the animal cards, then use them to fill out the worksheet - for which children will have to convert lengths and heights from centimetres to metres, and weights from kilograms to grams. And why not play a "top trump" type game while you have the cards out!
There are some super illustrations on these animal number peg cards, including sharks, flamingos and jelly fish! Can the children practise their counting skills up to 20 and '"peg" the correct number of animals on each card?
This lovely worksheet gives children practice at both initial sounds and counting - and fun colouring too.
Help children practise their recognition of initial souinds with this fun set of animals odd one out worksheets. On each page we provide 4 animals ask children to say their names out loud to identify the 3 with the same initial sound and the odd one out.
This picture comprehension asks children to study the picture of a family visiting an aquarium, then answer the question. We've included space for creative writing and a picture of your own, too.
There's nothing more exciting than a trip to the zoo! Use this sensory poem planning sheet to help bring a zoo visit to life through your poetry...
There are 4 cards in this set with illustrated division problems for the kids to solve - perfect for beginners to dividing with remainders. You could laminate the cards and give the children a dry wipe pen to use to help to work out the answer.
Solve the long number sentences to work out the final answer. There are 2 similar worksheets in this set, for extra practice, both themed for autumn.
Solve the long number sentences - which will involve decimals, negative numbers and other Year 5 level maths skills.
This number sentence involves squares and cubes, negative numbers and more - we've aimed it at Year 6 kids.
Cut out the labels and stick them into the correct column on this bat "fact vs fiction" worksheet. Use it to encourage the children to learn about bats - they will need to find out the answers - or as a revision exercise.
Younger children can practise their pencil control with this fun worksheet, carefully following the dotted lines from the start towards the bats. You could also use this worksheet as a cutting exercise.
The word "bat" is one of the first CVC words introduced to children - so this jigsaw is perfect for early learners, particularly at Halloween.
Help the bees solve the addition and subtraction problems on these fun worksheets. There are 2 sets of problems in the pack to provide plenty of practice, all within 20.
Practise addition and subtractionn with 50 with these 2 pages of mixed problems - perfect for summer or a minibeast topic, or just a fun way to perk up maths practise at anytime.
The 2 worksheets in this pack test the kids on their knowledge of the 2, 5 and 10 times table. There's plenty of practice here!
Practise the 3, 4 and 8 times tables with this set of 2 "bee hive" worksheets - drill worksheets in disguise!
Work on the 6, 7 and 9 times table with the help of these "bee hive" worksheets. Can the kids be busy bees and solve all the problems on both pages?
The 11 times table is fun, but the 12 times table isn't always very popular! These 2 worksheets provide drill practice of the 11 and 12 times tables in a fun "bee hive" format.
There are 3 "bee hive" worksheets in this set, testing the kids on all the times tables. They are basically drill worksheets, of course, but we think the format makes them more fun to complete!
Help children learn their ordinal numbers with the help of our fun British Wildlife worksheets. Here's the first of two...
Children can practise their ordinal numbers 1st - 10th with the second of our ordinal numbers worksheets with a British Wildlife theme.
The aim of this cloze is to use the words in the box to fill in the blank spaces in the text. It's a fun way to test how much the kids have learnt about budgies!
A lot of budgies really do like to 'talk'! But imagine if you could interview one properly? What would you ask them and how might they reply?
Here's a fun way to practise addition of two numbers up to 12, using 2 normal dice and our game board with colouring pencils or counters. You can try this as a single player game against the clock, or as a multi player game.
Use the information you have gathered about the differences between butterflies and moths to make a Venn diagram.
Here's a fun way to introduce the children to partioning numbers (hundreds, tens and units) - with butterflies and caterpillars! There are 3 pages with 12 questions in the pack, to which we have provided one answer an an example.
Here's a fun way to test if the children know their colour words! Can they draw a line from each beautiful butterfly to the correct colour word?
Here's a mystery picture worksheet that will give the kids plenty of practice with coordinates! Don't tell them what to expect so that they can reveal the picture as they plot the points.
Challenge the kids to plot the points in this coordinate picture with 2 quadrants, to reveal an interesting picture. Although we've had to name the pdf file, it would be better not to let the kids know what they will find!
This challenging coordinate picture is based on 4 quadrants. Don't tell the kids what they are plotting so that they can reveal the mystery picture with their work.
Butterfly coordinates! Write down coordinates, plot shapes, translate shapes ... this worksheet provides a real workout!
This worksheet asks children to count the spots on the butterfly - first as a whole, and then wing by wing. It then asks whether the children notice anything. Use it as a starting point to discuss symmetry and doubling, perhaps.
Here's a simple activity for children learning to count up to 20. Count the spots! We have both colour and black and white versions of this page.
Use this blank sheet to practise doubling. You could laminate the page and use it with a set of counters and a dry wipe pen, leaving your child to work by themselves or perhaps filling in one of the boxes yourself and asking them to work out how to fill the rest.
Each of the pages in this pdf file contains one doubling problem for children to solve - a perfect way to get kids started. Count the existing spots, draw the same number again, and then write the sum underneath.
Learn to double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 with this colourful butterfly worksheet. Counting the dots first on the left and then on the right will help them to understand.
Draw symmetrical dots onto the butterflies and then write the answer to the problem below - doubles from 1 to 6.
The dotty butterflies on this 2-page worksheet will help the kids learn their doubling facts from 1 to 20.
This butterfly lifecycle cloze worksheet is an interesting way to learn a little more about the life cycle of these fascinating minibeasts. We've provided a number of words to be used to fill in the blanks.
Test how much the children know about the life cycle of a butterfly with this fun labelling worksheet.
Can the kids match the pictures to the descriptions and put them in order too on this butterfly life cycle matching worksheet? Choose from our colour version or black and white which they can colour in themselves...
Grab a ruler and measure the colourful butterflies on this worksheet, recording the length in both cm and mm in the table.
Can you put the odd and even numbers onto the correct side of the butterfly? For this worksheet we are using numbers 1 to 20.
This worksheet asks children to sort the odd and even numbers each onto one side of the butterfly, working with numbers up to 100.
This pictogram worksheet shows the number of butterflies we counted over the summer, sorted by colour. We ask children to study the pictogram, paying attention to the key, and then answer the questions below.
This interesting worksheet asks children to study the pictogram and its and then answer the questions below. It features half and quarter butterflies!
Look at the fun picture of butterflies and then answer the simple questions below. We've also asked children to write the first line of a story based on the picture, to get their imaginations going!
Read the instructions and then colour in the butterfly just how they say. This is a fun way to test reading comprehension.
For this pretty worksheet, we've taken the first 4 shapes that children learn, turned them into flowers and provided butterflies and a caterpillar with shape preferences for the children to match up!
This worksheet asks children to write a shape poem about a butterfly or butterflies, using the shape to form and enhance the poetry. We provide some ideas on the worksheet.
Butterflies come in all different shapes and sizes, just like on this fun printable activity! Cut out the butterflies, then shuffle them up and reorder them by size.
Practise your 10x table with the help of this skip counting grid, and help a brand new butterfly emerge!
Skip count your way across the grid by 2s, to help the butterfly find a leaf on which to lay her eggs.
This worksheet asks children to look at a table recording the butterfly-spotting antics of 4 friends competing for a big prize, and answers some questions on what they see.
This pie chart worksheet asks children to work out the percentage of butterflies spotted of each colour out of a total of 200, then answer a series of questions.
What happens next in this story? We've worded it so that kids can take it in many different directions, and it will be fun to see what they come up with.
We've left out some of the words in this cloze text all about cats. Can the children fill in the missing words using the word bank on page 2?
If I could ask my cat a question, I think I would ask why he likes to wake us all up by meowing loudly at 6am every morning! What would you ask your pet cat (or a different cat) if you could have a conversation with them?
Colour the butterflies according to their first letter sound, and then count up the pictures beginning with each sound too. The page is themed around caterpillars and butterflies.
Can the kids decide which animals hibernate and which don't, then colour in the hibernating animals?
Colour the butterflies according to the key - looking for a specific number in a specific place. This is a simple first worksheet for practising place value.
This worksheet gives children practice at recognising hundreds, tens and "ones" or units. Colouring butterflies makes it fun!
Here's a challenge to help the kids recognise place value of "ones" or units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Colour in the butterflies according to the key.
We've thrown in a decimal place to this place value worksheet, just to keep the kids on their toes. Colour the butterflies according to the key!
Children can count and then compare the numbrer of dogs and cats in this introductory comparing numbers worksheet, and finish the sentences with some comparison words.
This fun worksheet asks children to count the minibeasts and fill in the number, then compare with another group and use comparison words "more" and "fewer" in the sentences below.
The little wildlife pictures on this worksheet make the counting and comparing fun! We provide groups of rabbits, squirrels, sparrows and owls for the kids to count and compare, and ask them to fill in the blanks with comparison words.
This interesting worksheet prompts the kids to do some research about a conservation organisation, then to write down everything they find. Can they find out about the animals they work with, the work they do and how they are funded?
There are 4 pages of these lovely crabs in this pack of sorting cards. Start with 1 set of 6 cards, then another set and work through the 4 sets, then try combining them until the kids can sort all 24 into the correct order - either from small to large or from large to small.
There are 24 crab number sorting cards in this pack. Try 6 at a time and then combine to give more of a challenge. The numbers range from 66 to 996.
Put the crab cards into the correct order - from smallest to largest, or from largest to smallest! This set includes numbers in the hundreds and numbers in the thousands.
This set of crab number sorting cards is going to challenge the kids! We've included decimals and numbers from the 100s to the 100,000s! Start with one set of 6 cards and then build up until you are sorting all 24...
We've made this set of Crab Number Sorting cards very challenging by adding in negative numbers, decimals to 3 places and numbers into the 100,000s - a great way to revise place value with the kids!
This is a really fun worksheet, which will encourage the children to read the sentences carefully and then draw what's missing.
This fun story starter is bound to spark the imagination! A lovely pig has dug up something sparkly, but what could it be?
This is a great worksheet for children to learn a little more about dogs by filling in the missing words in sentences.
Colour in this jigsaw and then cut into strips. Children need to be able to put the strips 1 - 10 in the correct order to complete our dog counting jigsaw. When they have mastered their numbers you can cut them off the bottom and still enjoy the jigsaw without them.
Wouldn't it be great to talk to your dog? Try to imagine that you can really have a conversation with your pet pooch with this fun worksheet.
This dog spelling jigsaw is perfect for early learners! It comes in black and white for the kids to colour first, or in colour, with three simple pieces to put back together.
Learn ordinal numbers with the help of this lovely jigsaw. Choose from colour or black and white. If choosing the black and white version, ask the kids to colour it in first. Now slice up the jigsaw, including the numbers. Can the kids put it back together again in the right order?
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
Sadly, many animals are now endangered on our planet. Do some research on an endangered species, then fill in the worksheet and draw a picture too.
How well do the kids know their equivalent fractions? This squirrel-themed worksheet tests them on 1/2, 2/3 and 3/4.
Chose from colour or black and white to test your children with our fun farm animal match up worksheet.
Who could resist a little counting practice when they are helped along with our pig, cow and sheep! These number lines have been designed to be extra quick to print, slice and use. Laminate for wearability if you wish.
The kids will learn about colours and how to sort them with this fun fish activity! Print and cut out the fish, then ask the kids to sort them by colours onto the mats (UK and US versions available below).
Ever wondered what it's like to spend your life underwater? You can ask a fish all about it with this imaginative worksheet!
These large, cheerfully coloured fish are sure to brighten up the classroom! Have them swimming around the room in order or use them for sorting activities. This printable has 10 fish, 1st to 10th.
Here's a colourful sorting activity to keep the kids busy and help them learn about different patterns. Print and cut out the colourful fish, print out the sorting mats too and sort the fish by their patterns.
Here's a fun printable activity for younger children. Print out our fish printables, cut each one out, and ask the children to sort them by size. You could also look for other characteristics - number of fins, shape of snouts etc.
Fill in the gaps to complete the text describing the frog life cycle using the words from the box on the second page of the worksheet.
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.
The aim of this cloze is to use the words in the box to fill in the blanks in the text. It's a fun way to test how much the kids have learnt about goldfish!
Colour in (or print our coloured version), cut and re-assemble this fun goldfish counting jigsaw to help kids learn their numbers up to 10. Slice along the vertical lines.
Can the kids imagine goldfish can talk? What question would they ask them, and how do they think the goldfish would reply?
Cut this goldfish scene into 8 pieces and see if your child can put them in the correct order to spell out 'goldfish'.
What do your children know about the guinea pigs? Test them with this fun cloze worksheet. Read the text and fill in the missing words from the word bank
Guinea pigs are very sociable animals and love to live in pairs - so they'd probably be chatty if they could speak! This fun interview writing prompts asks the kids to think of a question they would most like to ask a guinea pig and to think about how the guinea pig would answer...
The children will love ordering these adorable guinea pigs according to size! And if you laminate them too you can reuse them again.
Print our guinea pig spelling jigsaw on to card. Cut out the jigsaw and cut along the dotted lines to make strips. When the strips are in the correct order to complete the picture they will spell out 'guinea pig'.
Get the kids thinking about conservation and practising writing skills too with our Habitat Conservation Letter Prompt.
How much do your children know about hamsters? Test them with this fun cloze worksheet. Read the text and fill in the missing words from the word bank.
Our pet animal interview writing prompts are fun if you're planning on getting a new pet! This one is for a hamster - what would you ask a hamster, and how do you think they would respond if they could speak?
Cut out these 5 adorable hamsters, then sort them according to size. Laminate for extra durability if you prefer.
Here's a trickier version of our hibernating animals code breaker - a fun maths challenge for the kids, designed as a code breaking activity.
Can the kids work out to which animal category each of these hibernating animals belongs, and circle the correct one?
Draw a hibernating hedgehog and add it to this nest! You might want to draw it on another sheet of paper, cut it out and stick it on...
Learn about horses by reading the text and filling in the blanks from the word bank on this cloze worksheet.
The kids can pretend to be Dr Doolittle and talk to the animals with our interview writing prompts! What would they ask a horse?
Practise pencil control by following the horses on parade! Start with a straight line and then get increasingly more wiggly...
This fun 'I Can Help Wildlife' worksheet is ideal for younger kids with a cute hedgehog illustration and asks them to think of 4 ways they can help protect wildlife.
Can the children circle the letters that form words when you put them in front of '-ig'? We have UK and US versions available to download below...
Practice colour words with this fun colour labelling worksheet. Cut out the words and match to the correct jellyfish - then colour your own.
Did you know that bats have thumbs? Colour in the picture and then use our labels to mark the bat's body parts correctly.
Colour the bear and then use our labels to mark up his body parts correctly. You can cut them out and glue them around the bear, or just draw lines.
We have three versions of this British Wildlife labelling activity to suit a range of ages: completely blank, with first letters, and with missing letters to fill in.
Learn the names of farm animals with one of three label the farm animals worksheets. We have a choice of blank, first letter clue or missing letters to fill in so you can pick the one that is right for your child.
We've got five hibernating animals here - the hedgehog, bat, bear, ladybird and queen bee - for the kids to label.
Cut out the labels and arrange them around the ladybird as appropriate, drawing lines to join them to correct body part.
We have three variations of this label the minibeasts worksheet; blank, with first letter clues, and fill in the missing letters. We also have options for ladybird or ladybug.
We've got 12 cute pet animals for the kid to label on this lovely worksheet, and we've given them the first letter of each pet name to help.
Baaaaa! Can the children sort these cute little lambs according to size? Print and cut out each lamb, and laminate to make them a bit stronger and longer-lasting.
Match the decimal butterflies to the correct percentage butterflies! There are 4 pages to this worksheet, providing plenty of practice for the kids.
Help the kids learn to count with these extra cute minibeast number lines! We have an ant, bee and beetle to help them along...
Help Fred the friendly dog learn to count up to 10, and count on, by filling in the missing numbers on this fun set of 4 worksheets.
Our second set of missing numbers worksheets works on "counting backwards" from 10 down to 1, and any number along the way. Help Felix the Fox with his counting backwards skills! There are 4 worksheets in the set, and they are available with UK and US school fonts.
Here's a fun activity with a difference! Can the children think of what kind of animal they would like named after them? They should think of a name, description, and draw a picture of it too...
Here is a fun story starter using a young cheetah called Kobi, who can't run fast like his cheetah friends. How will the children finish the story?
These colourful number lines come with blue edges and cheerful bees to help the kids along. Just slice along the dotted lines to divide them up.
Take a trip to the farm with this fun picture comprehension worksheet, which tests your child's observational skills as well as providing opportunities for thinking and creative writing!
My children often have something to say about the smell when they visit a farm! Use this sensory poem planning sheet to help complete some "On the farm" poetry...
This fun worksheet is idea beginners to ordinal numbers. Fill in the blanks in each row to practice the concept and writing of 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
We've left out some of the words in this cloze text all about pandas. Can the children fill in the missing words using the word bank on page 2?
Learn to spell the word panda with this fun printable jigsaw. Print out onto good quality card and slice along the vertical lines. Now when the kids put it back together again, they will make a lovely panda scene!
The kids will love the fun illustrations on this pet animal big and small size sorting worksheet! Can the children circle the biggest picture in each row and draw a cross on the smallest?
Here's a colourful size sorting worksheet that the kids will love! Can the children number the pictures of pets in each row according to size?
Learn a little about pigs by reading the text on this cloze worksheet, then fill in the blanks using words from the word bank.
Practise addition skills with the help of some cute pigs! Roll two dice, add up the numbers and colour in the answer - you can time yourself against the clock, or play against a friend!
This rabbit cloze worksheet is an interesting way to learn a little more about rabbits. We've provided a number of words to be used to fill in the blanks.
Help the kids practise counting with this fun printable jigsaw featuring some cute rabbits. Print onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. To extend the activity, choose the black-and-white version and ask them to colour in the picture first.
If you could interview a rabbit (your own pet or someone else's) what would you ask them? And how would the rabbit reply? This fun worksheet is perfect for a pet topic.
This rabbit spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word rabbit. Print onto some card (colour the picture if you choose the black and white version), and then cut the jigsaw into strips.
This fun cloze is perfect as a Christmas activity, as it's about reindeer! Can the children fill in the missing words using the words in the box on page 2?
This worksheet asks children to work out what the numbers are first with an animal code - and then write them as Roman numerals. It makes it more fun than your average worksheet!
Here are three easy-to-print number lines for early learning, with numbers 0 to 10 and some very cute sea creatures to help the kids learn to count!
Print and cut out this delightful snake jigsaw featuring all the letters of the alphabet, for your child to re-assemble - it's a great way to learn the alphabet! Available in colour and black and white, and with lower case and upper case letters.
Use this set of snake sorting mats with our snake sorting cards. Each page asks the children to identify a different characteristic. Vary the number of mats you hand out according to the age and ability of the child.
These bright stripy horses come in six different sizes. Print onto card, cut out (and laminate if you wish), then use them for counting, sorting into size order etc.
Follow the instructions to draw dots on the snakes, and then answer the questions. Colourful dotty maths is fun!
Children can draw more spots onto the snakes to work out the answer to each problem, or solve them with subtraction within 20.
Here's a fun planning sheet for kids with dogs to fill out in advance of the long summer holidays - things to do with my dog this summer! How about - walking, swimming, teaching tricks, playing ball, having a bath...
What do your children know about tortoises? Test them with this fun cloze worksheet (they can use the word bank to help them).
I wonder what it would be like to hibernate for the winter months? This is one question you might ask if you were interviewing a tortoise!
We have five different sized tortoises for children to practice sorting by size from smallest to largest - or vice versa. Print onto card, cut out and laminate for extra durability.
Write a list of tricks to teach the dog - and then you can tick them off when you have done it! Start with "sit" and "stay", perhaps?
Use this newspaper report to write about a wildlife conservation issue. Do some research first about a particular issue, the write about it and draw a picture too - a great conservation-themed activity for older kids!
Design a poster which explains the importance of wildlife conservation. You might include pictures of endangered species - or design a poster that shows the world without them.