Colouring these daffodils is a lovely way to practice reading / recognition of these Phase 2 tricky words: the, to, I, no, go and into.
More Flower Worksheets
We have even more flower worksheets for you here; from frames for creative writing to garden planning worksheets.
This lovely worksheet asks children to "colour by tricky word" using six tricky words from Phase 3 Phonics: all, our, my, her, you and they.
Practice reading some tricky words from Phonics Phase 4 with this pretty daffodil worksheet. There, little, so, one, out and when are the words.
Mr, Mrs, oh, could, there and asked are the tricky words from Phase 5 Phonics on this daffodil colouring worksheet - perfect for St David's Day or spring practice!
Read the tricky words and then colour in the flowers appropriately. Count up and write the totals in the box.
Read the tricky words and colour them in according to the key - then count them up and write the total of each word in the boxes.
Children love to have their own garden plot and they can help to plan it with this fun worksheet. Have them draw, write or stick pictures from seed catalogues around the word grow to show what they would like in their garden. Then they can colour in the word.
Read William Wordsworth's lovely poem and then have a go at these comprehension questions to encourage understanding and expand vocabulary. We've included an answer sheet.
Standing in a garden is a sensory experience, and this sensory poem planning sheet will help children to record, or imagine, the sights, smells, sounds, textures, tastes and feelings associated with that experience.
This pretty colouring quote page is one of our favourites here at Activity Village, and now we've turned it into a simple worksheet too! Let your ideas bloom!
We've got a pretty colouring page and a quote worksheet all in one on this "no rain no flowers" printable page.
Learn about poinsettias by reading the text on this cloze worksheet and filling in the missing words from the word bank. Perfect if you're learning about different plants and flowers, or as a Christmas activity!
These gorgeous sunflowers are relatively simple to cut out and look superb on display, "planted" in a line. The pdf file includes the complete alphabet in lower case letters.
These sunflower frames would make a lovely classroom display. Write a sunflower or summer themed poem neatly on the centre, colour in the frame and cut out to pin up.
As the kids fill in the missing words in this sunflower lifecycle cloze, they will be learning a little about the lifecycle of the sunflower plant.
Can you tell the difference between a young plant and an adult plant, and the other phases in the life cycle of sunflower? Use this fun matching worksheet to test your knowledge.
When you are learning about the life cycle of a sunflower, print these useful notebooking pages to keep your notes safe! We have two variations for each stage of the life cycle.
Cut out the pretty sunflower life cycle pictures from the first sheet of this printable (in colour or black and white), then arrange in the order of the sunflower plant lifecycle. Then glue the pictures onto the second sheet to complete the sunflower lifecycle diagram!
Complete the picture of this beautiful sunflower. If you prefer you can use the grid option to help you.
We've combined one of our pretty colouring quotes with a few simple questions about the quote "the earth laughs in flowers", for a fun worksheet.
Enjoy colouring in this pretty "There are always flowers worksheet" then answer a few questions about the meaning of the quote on this enjoyable worksheet.
Use this pretty tulip writing frame for Spring writing projects and get the kids to colour in the stem and leaves when they are done. You can also use the blank version as a template for your crafty projects, displays etc.
"Where flowers bloom so does hope". Enjoy our worksheet based on this inspirational quote, and colour in the picture...