You can use these pages in many different ways. Children add the required number of eggs to the nest - from 1 to 10. Laminate the pages and use them as playdough mats, asking children to make the eggs out of playdough.
More Bird Worksheets
Here we have even more bird worksheets for you to download and print, co-ordinates, numberlines, symmetry and more.
Can you pair up the syllables from the two owls, to form the names of well-known birds from all around the world?
Learn to count with the help of our cute penguin, robin and owl! Slice these number lines up and laminate if you wish.
These gorgeous chick alphabet cards can be used in so many ways, and tied into your Easter, spring or farmyard topics. Why not hide the cards for a treasure hunt, and send the kids off to find the whole alphabet and put it in order?
This lovely picture of a chicken will look all the more lovely if the kids get their sums right and use the correct colours!
Children love the job of collecting eggs on the farm. We have a collecting eggs story starter to fire their imaginations.
Fill in the grid by finding the grid reference for each square and colouring it in the right colour. When you are done, the cute chick illustrated below will be revealed!
Our farmyard path puzzle is a fun way to practice early maths skills. We have 3 versions of this simple addition puzzle for you; addition to 10, addition to 15 and a blank version to add your own numbers.
Number Chicks is a dice game which helps children with number recognition and includes a fast and fun variation for older kids. You can play it as a pencil and paper game with our printable sheet, or as a file folder or board game using our printable game board.
This lovely worksheet gets the kids practicing all the ordinal numbers to 20. First fill in the boxes with the correct numbers, then have a go at the challenges below. You'll need colouring pencils!
We've done 2 sizes, 2 colours and 1 black and white of our number bond owls, for use in your number bond / addition work. Cut out and laminate if you wish, although it's not necessary. Then use with counters or beads.
Print and cut out these cards and get the kids to put them back together again so that each owl adds up to 5. We have colour and black and white versions (these look great printed onto coloured card) and UK and US school fonts.
Available in colour or black and white (print onto coloured card for a fun effect), these owl number bond cards are cut in half for the children to count and put back together again.
This printable contains ten gorgeous owls to cut out and display to help children with learning ordinal numbers. Each owl is different and they look really cute sitting in a row - but you could laminate them and use them as sorting cards, too.
Here's another 10 owls with ordinal numbers 11th through 20th. Each one is different and they are easy to cut out for display.
Help the kids learn their numbers 1 to 10 with this gorgeous owl family jigsaw! Just print it onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. Children can use the numbers at the bottom to order the pieces.
Help the kids learn their numbers from 1 to 10 with this fabulous parrot family jigsaw! Just print onto some card and cut along the vertical lines. Children can then use the numbers at the bottom to order the pieces.
This parrot spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word parrot. We have two versions, a ready coloured version and one that kids can colour in themselves.
Help children learn to spell in a fun way this International Peace Day with our peace spelling jigsaw. Print onto card, laminate and cut the jigsaw along the dotted lines. Children need to put the strips in order to complete the picture and spell the word peace.
Our peacock counting jigsaw asks children to be able to arrange numbers in order from 1 to 10 to complete the puzzle, looking at the picture will help them if they find it hard.
Follow the dotted lines to cut this peacock spelling jigsaw into 7 pieces. Children have to complete the picture to spell out the word.
This penguin alphabet is fun for all sorts of games and activities both in the classroom and at home - and it's very cute, too! Print, cut out and stick, laminate, colour in ...
Learning the alphabet will be fun with these very cute penguin alphabet posters. They will make a great display either at home or in the classroom.
Help the children to learn their numbers from 1 to 10 with this adorable penguin jigsaw! Print onto some card then slice along the vertical lines. The children then need to use the numbers at the bottom to order the pieces and complete the picture.
These little penguins have numbers up to 100 on their eggs. Put each row into order from smallest to largest...
All these little penguins have numbers (in the hundreds) on their eggs. Can the kids put them into order from smallest to largest?
Arrange these numbers (tens of thousands) into order, from smallest to largest. We've purposefully chosen numbers to confuse!
These penguin number posters would make a great display at home or in the classroom. Counting from 1 to 20, they would look great framing a window or whiteboard, or hang them washing line style across the room.
Here is a fun way to practise spelling! Print out this lovely scene with a group of penguins, either in black-and-white or colour. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
These fondant penguins look tasty and cute too! But can the kids read and follow the recipe carefully and answer the question on the second page? A fun way to practise comprehension skills...
Colour in (or print our coloured version), cut and re-assemble this cute robin counting jigsaw to help kids learn their numbers up to 10. Simply print onto some card then slice along the vertical lines.
Everyone loves robins, and the kids will enjoy sorting these 5 robins from smallest to biggest (and biggest to smallest)! Print and cut out the robins, and laminate them for durability if you prefer...
Help children learn to spell in a fun way with this robin spelling jigsaw. Print onto some card and laminate if you prefer, then slice along the vertical lines to make the jigsaw. The kids then need to spell the word to reassemble the picture.