Our writing frames are perfect for any writing project such poems, short stories, and collecting facts, but they can also be used for art and collages too. This lovely cat frame is ideal for animal lovers or for Halloween and comes in colour or black and white.
More Farm Animal Printables
Last but not least, here are some farm animal printables which didn't fit into any of our other farm animal printable categories!
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?
Test the children on their recognition of lower and upper case letters by asking them to match the upper case chick cards to the lower case egg cards. You can laminate the cards for extra durability if you prefer too...
These chick games cards are adorable! There are 6 cards in the set, and you can use them in many different ways - including as little gift tags for Easter gifts if you like.
Available in colour and black and white, this super-cute chick is perfect for a little writing project for Easter, spring or a farm topic.
There are six lovely pages in this "design a farm" printable. Print them out (printer card would be perfect) then cut out all the things you would like on your farm, and put them together!
We've got the perfect greetings card for dog-lovers! It's easy to print (and looks best if you use borderless print settings), simply fold and write your message inside!
This pretty card is sure to appeal to everyone, with its cute donkey and foal. Just print onto good quality card or paper, and fold in half. For best results use the borderless settings on your printer.
Here's a lovely ducks scene greetings card with a cute family of ducks to print and fold and send to someone! Use your printer's borderless settings and print onto nice card for the best results.
We've got eight different farm animals and birds in this fun set of farm animal finger puppets. They need careful cutting out, but they are lots of fun to play with. You could laminate them before attaching the finger-ring to the back if you wanted them to last longer...
We've designed this collection of farm animal jokes to be used as lunch box notes - a fun little surprise to be tucked into your child's lunch box every day. But why stop at that! There are so many other ways you could use these...
There are lots of fun vocabulary games you can try with this adorable farm animal die. Start off simple with spelling or naming the animals, then try asking the kids to write or say a sentence including each animal.
This fun farm animal vocabulary die is perfect for playing vocabulary games after a visit to a farm. Each child can roll the die, then either name, spell or write a sentence about the animal they get! Or use to prompt some story writing set on a farm.
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.
This lovely song is not only fun for its actions, but useful for its "counting down" too. A useful song for the early learning classroom!
Do you need a card in a hurry? Here's a really cute goats scene card that just needs printing and folding - perfect for someone who loves goats!
In spring, if you opened the door to a hen house like this one, you might well find some little chicks! Get the kids to use their playdough to add chicks to the scene.
Just print and fold this pretty card, which is sure to appeal to horse lovers! Use your printer's borderless settings and good quality card or paper for the best result.
We've got horse, cow and sheep finger puppets ready to print out on this sheet. Once you've made your puppets, the children can then have fun playing games or putting on their own puppet show set on a farm or in a field...
Our pig cupcake decorations are cute, funny and easy to make! Cut out all the decorations, then wrap the wrapper around the cupcake and stick in place with tape. To make the cupcake toppers, cut out the pigs, stick onto lollipop sticks or cocktails sticks then push into your cupcakes.
Fans of pigs will be delighted to receive this lovely greetings card! Print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results...
This pretty card is sure to appeal to little girls, with its gorgeous pony and heart background. Just print onto good quality card or paper, and fold in half. For best results use the borderless settings on your printer.
Here's a quick card to print and give with a lovely countryside sheep scene for the recipient to enjoy!
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.
I think these feet belong to a duck, but your child might have other ideas! How will they choose to finish this picture?
I think you can see that these feet - and the bottom half of these legs - belong to a horse. But can you draw the rest of the picture? Or maybe your chidlren wilol make up an entirely different creature...