Find out all about a year in the life of a bat, including their long hibernation over the winter months.
More British Wildlife Printables
You will find British Wildlife room signs, flashcards, name badges and place cards and more activities here.
Learn about a year in the life of a hedgehog - a cycle of mating, raising young, foraging and hibernating.
Just for fun, some door signs featuring a cheeky badger that kids can use to inform family and friends when they want company! Simply punch two holes in the top edge and thread some contrasting cord or wool through, then hang on your doorknob or a hook.
I can imagine the squeals of delight when the kids see these cute little bats decorating their Halloween cupcakes! They will take a little effort in cutting out, but the effect is definitely worth it.
Here's a fun activity if you're learning about the life cycle of bats. Cut out each picture card (including the arrows and title card) then ask the children to put them into a sequencing display.
There is something missing from the bat on our bat playdough mat - but it's nothing a little playdough won't fix!
Perfect for displays and vocabulary work, this set of bats word cards includes some of the terminology you will need when studying these fascinating animals and their lifecycle.
All you need is some clothes pegs and printer card to have lots of fun with these lovely bird peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate if you want to make them more durable) and then ask the kids to count the birds and "clip" the correct number.
There are 15 suggested activities on this sheet that will encourage children to learn about and enjoy the birds around them. Some make use of Activity Village resources, but others include suggestions such as taking a trip to feed the ducks!
Young birdwatchers will love this easy Bird Watching Tally Chart which helps them keep a record of how many of each bird they've seen.
This simple birdwatching tally chart is any easy way to keep track of how many different birds you've seen in your garden or in the countryside or park. Every time you spot one of the lovely birds on the chart make one mark in the box next to the correct picture.
We've taken all you need to know about twenty British garden birds and put the information into this useful fact file, illustrated by some lovely photographs. Each printable .pdf contains information on 5 different birds.
Learn the names of garden birds with the help of these fun matching cards. Alternatively, fold vertically and glue them back to back to form double-sided flash cards.
This word mat has some beautiful illustrations of British garden birds. Print and display as a poster or laminate and keep on the desk and use as a writing aid.
Once children have practiced their scissor skills cutting out these British Wildlife cutting shapes they could add the animals to an autumn themed collage.
Are you learning about British Wildlife at the moment? Help the kids learn to remember and spell the names of animals and birds with the help of our fun vocabulary die. You could also use it for brain-storming all kinds of writing projects.
Our British wildlife vocabulary die is perfect encouraging the imagination and for language development.
Here's a useful set of 15 word cards for a British Wildlife topic. Cards included are badger, bat, blackbird, deer, fox, hedgehog, mole, mouse, otter, owl, puffin, rabbit, squirrel, wildlife and British.
We've started off this picture of a bat, and provided a finished version for the kids to reference. Can they complete the picture? What expression will they give the bat?
Children wil need careful cutting skillsto cut out this bat, making sure to get the scallops on his body and the points of his ears right!
With orange or brown top and trousers with a pinned on tail, our fox mask would make a quick and easy dressing up costume for World Book Day. This fox is sure to be "fantastic"!
There are 10 garden bird bingo cards included in this pdf file so you can play with a group of children, pairing them up if necessary. It's a fun way to teach the kids about the beautiful birds found in our gardens!
Print these beautiful garden bird snap pairs cards onto some card, laminate if you prefer, then enjoy a game or two. A fun way to help the kids learn to recognise different kinds of birds.
Test how well the children know British garden birds using these fun cards. Make the cards using the instructions on the sheet, then place with the 'facts' up. Can the children work out which bird each card is describing?
Did you know that bats are the only true flying mammal? Why not find out some more interesting facts about these amazing creatures and their lifecycle and write them in one of our four handy booklets (choose from lined, blank, colour and black and white versions below).
Print, fold and fill in your own little booklet about the life cycle of a hedgehog. We've got 4 versions to choose from below: colour and black and white, lined or blank.
What big ears there are on our printable mouse mask! This mask would be useful for acting out nursery rhymes and fables or perhaps with our kitten mask for cat and mouse chasing games. Remember to cut out the eyes so children can see!
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.
Children can use their playdough to add eyes and a beak to the owl on this fun playdough mat! Laminate the mat so it can be used over again.
I love this simple rabbit writing frame as it can be used in so many different ways. The blank version makes a good template or just a fun outline for a younger child to practice his or her letters on. The lined rabbit writing frame could be used in all sorts of writing projects.
This would be an ideal card to send someone to thank them for looking after your pet rabbit! Or just send to someone who loves rabbits anytime...
Print and laminate this squirrel playdough mat and let children have fun making the squirrel a tail...
Here is a tricky "whose feet" challenge! We've provided this frog's feet – now can the kids fill in the rest of the picture…
Print these cute British wildlife finger puppets - a hedgehod, badger and field mouse - and use them with out other wildlife finger puppet set.
A set of printable, photographic flashcards featuring common British wildlife - print for the classroom or home. They print two animals per page.
These printable wildlife name badges could be used in the classroom, for a party, or even as little flashcards. Useful when you need to split a group of children up into teams.