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.
More Code Printables
Just a few bits and bobs here, for kids who love to set codes and send secret messages. More coming soon!
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).
Here's a trickier version of our hibernating animals code breaker - a fun maths challenge for the kids, designed as a code breaking activity.
This code breaker page is a fun way to revise all sorts of maths skills - negative numbers, percentages, fractions and so on - with a hidden phrase to discover!
To read the letter from an alien, children will first have to break the code. Just look at the pictures and work out the beginning sounds! We've included an answer sheet in case you get stuck.
Crack the code to work out what Oliver has asked Santa to bring him this Christmas. We haven't provided any clues at all, so children will need to think about how they might write a letter to Santa to get them started.
Many children's mystery and adventure stories have a secret message in the plot - and here's some paper that the kids can use for their very own secret messages!
The Semaphore signalling system uses the position of a pair of hand-held flags to represent letters of the alphabet. Print these Semaphore alphabet cards to help kids learn the alphabet - they can practise on their own or maybe send messages to their friends using flags!
Kids love secret codes and messages. Play our Semaphore alphabet slideshow on your computer screen or white board to help them learn the rather complicated signalling - and then maybe the kids can have a go themselves using real flags?
Can you decypher the King of Silene's letter to Saint George? Write the beginning sound of each picture in the box below to reveal the contents...