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?
More Farm Animal Worksheets
Here we have even more farm animal worksheets for you to enjoy. We have symmetry, pattern worksheets, size sorting, cutting practice and more, scroll down to explore.
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...
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.
This fun story starter is bound to spark the imagination! A lovely pig has dug up something sparkly, but what could it be?
Put the 8 farm animals on this worksheet into alphabetical order - and then colour in the lovely pictures!
Can the children put the farm animal into alphabetical order? Our worksheet is good practice but lots of fun too.
Can you match the mother to the baby animal? We have colour or black and white versions of our farm animal babies match up worksheets available to print.
Here are some cute farm animals for the children to practice cutting out. Once cut out, why not see if they would like to stick the animals onto a sheet of green card and draw in a background to make their own farm scene?
Chose from colour or black and white to test your children with our fun farm animal match up worksheet.
This lovely worksheet will make patterns fun for the kids, who need to spot which farm animal comes next and draw a picture in the space.
These lovely printables include two pages of animals, big and small, and two "mats" on which the children can sort them. Laminate the whole lot and you'll be able to play with this set over and over again.
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.
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...
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.
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...
Learn a little about pigs by reading the text on this cloze worksheet, then fill in the blanks using words from the word bank.
Encourage the kids to practise cutting skills with these adorable pig cutting shapes! They just need to cut carefully along the dotted lines...
The kids will enjoy practising their pencil control with this fun pig worksheet, carefully following the dotted lines from the start towards the pigs. You could also use this worksheet as a cutting exercise
This lovely pig needs completing using symmetry! The grid version makes it a little easier for younger children...
Younger children will enjoy tracing the lines on this cute pig tracing and colouring page. It's a fun way to practise pencil control, and perfect for farmyard themes or for Chinese Year of the Pig celebrations perhaps?
This simple pig tracing page is a fun activity for younger kids and helps them to practise pencil control too.
Here's a challenging rooster tracing page for the kids! As long as they take it slowly and trace either within - or on - the dotted lines, there's no reason they can't come out with a good result.
Print this cute jigsaw onto card and then cut into 10 pieces, leaving the letters attached to the lower pieces of the picture. Now the children can put the jigsaw back together using the letters as a guide. It's a fun way to learn to spell the word!
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.