Four simple bookmarks with an apple design and space for your own message - perfect for classrooms and Back to School or perhaps Teacher Appreciation.
More Food Printables
Here's a real assortment of food and drink printable activities to enjoy with the kids! We've got bookmarks, writing resources, design activities, clipart and even a board game here! Explore below.
Print and cut out these fun bookmarks with an apple design and a funny school joke on each which the kids can enjoy. Great for a classroom or home incentive, or just for a fun way to keep track of where you are in your reading book!
This is a fun number recognition game for an adult to play with a child, or for two children. It is easy to learn and quick to play, and there's lots of opportunity for counting too.
Print this Autumn acrostic printable and use it to inspire some excellent acrostic poetry! Choose from a blank or lined printable by clicking the links below.
Use this lovely autumn harvest design in your scrapbook and craft projects, to make cards and tags, or as gift wrap for little presents. You will need to enter the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" when prompted (case sensitive, without the quotation marks).
What's cooking? The kids can have fun adding the barbecue ingredients to this fun summer doodle page!
Who likes a boiled egg and soldiers for breakfast? We do! Little kids can trace this picture by drawing in between the lines. Those with a little more pencil control might trace along both sets of dotted lines, before colouring in.
Print out this playdough mat for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day and laminate if you wish. Now the kids can fill it up with playdough chocolates or candy!
What are you going to have for breakfast today? Get the kids to draw their ideal breakfast onto the table!
This champion cake bake certificate can be used as an award for a competition winner or to show appreciation of someone's skills. The pdf has two pages; one has a full page certificate and one has 2 certificates on the page.
Pretty biscuits hanging up in the kitchen or play room, gently moving in the breeze - that's the idea behind this "colour a biscuit mobile" printable for the kids!
This pretty cupcake scrapbook paper would work well for wrapping up small birthday presents as well as a backing for birthday - or baking - inspired projects. You will need to type in the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this page.
This simple doodle page allows children to design their very own chocolate bar and wrapper. It's perfect for Charlie and the Chocolate factory, of course!
Get the kids to design a chocolate bar! They can colour in the wrapper and chocolate in their own design and then describe it below. Encourage the children to think about their target market, too.
Let the kids tell friends and family about a wonderful family picnic with the help of this fun colouring postcard. Just colour in the picture, cut around the edges, fold in half and glue. Then you are ready to write a message and stamp the postcard ready for sending!
Sing along (or just read, if you prefer) to the traditional song, Five Currant Buns. It is great for familiarising children with the numbers 1 to 5, and also, of course, is an early introduction to "taking away" or subtracting.
Kids can colour in a bundle of healthy fruit and veg for every portion they eat each day. This tracker is a great way to encourage the kids to eat better with a visual representation at the end of the week.
Encourage the kids to eat their fruit and veg with the help of this cut and stick tracker. They can stick on an apple for every piece of fruit they eat, and a carrot for every veg portion, and watch the days fill up!
Here's a bingo game featuring all kinds of delicious fruit - perhaps for a Healthy Eating topic or Healthy Eating Week. There are 10 bingo cards in the pdf, as well as a calling card.
NB These are large files.
Encourage some healthy food imagination with this fruit salad doodle page, which asks the kids to draw in their favourite fruits before colouring in the picture.
This cheerful fruity apple scrapbook paper is perfect for food or harvest-themed projects! You will need to enter the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk to open the file and print.
The bright colours of this fruity scrapbook paper are just gorgeous, and it's perfect for crafts, recipe book covers or lots of other projects! To open and print the paper, you'll need to enter the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk.
This fabulously fruity scrapbook paper features four different designs on one page! You will need to type in the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this page.
Get the kids to plan out a day of healthy foods with our healthy menu planner. We have three versions to choose from:Version 1: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks Version 2: breakfast, lunch, supper, snacks Version 3: breakfast, dinner, tea, snacks
This certificate rewards children for their first cake baking success. You can choose from full page or 2-to-a-page size certificates.
This fun ice-cream doodle page asks children to draw their ice-cream on top of the cone. Add scoops, wafers, fruit, sprinkles, flakes and whatever else you can think of to make the ice-cream cone really special, and then colour it in!
Have some fun with this Ice Cream Tic-Tac-Toe game! Print onto some card, laminate, then use buttons or counters to try and make 3 in a row on the grid of icecreams.
There's nothing more refreshing than a cooling ice lolly on a hot day! The kids can have fun sorting these ice lollies into size order, then have a real ice lolly treat once they've finished, perhaps?
This little girl is eating a lollipop! Get the kids to draw it in and colour the picture. Maybe it is a chocolate bunny or egg lollipop for Easter?
This is a quick and fun activity for a child or small group of children which will provide some cutting practice - and give you a pretty biscuity display! Simply cut out and pair up the biscuits to make your own biscuit mobile...
This mini recipe book has a picture of a packed lunch on the front, so maybe you could write down all of your favourite lunch recipes inside? You'll need our origami booklet folding instructions which you can find here...
Here's a lovely little recipe book to print and fold, then write recipes inside! We have five of these mini books to print, so you can build your own recipe book collection. Folding instructions can be found here.
Count the ice cream cones on each card and play matching games with the other mix and match cards in our collection.
Do your children know Eric Carle's story of The Hungry Caterpillar? We've suggested movements and child-safe yoga poses so that you can get the kids moving and stretching while telling the story with their bodies.
What would you pack into the perfect picnic? Think about it - and then draw it in! When you are done, colour in the picture. We've provided the outline of an old-fashioned basket on this picnic doodle page.
Here is a page of four simple pumpkin bookmarks, blank for your own message or for keeping track of your reading progress. Fun to hand out in the classroom for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Harvest perhaps.
Here's a fun set of pumpkin bookmarks complete with Thanksgiving jokes - something special to enjoy with the kids over the holiday!
Print out our pumpkin sorting by size activity and have some fun with the children ordering the pumpkins from big to small and from small to big!
Choose from 2 to a page or full page versions of this 'star baker award'. Award the certificate after a baking competition, just for fun or to award an achievement. There are broze, silver and gold options.
Who doesn't love pumpkin pie? This paper is just right for making decorations for your Thanksgiving table.
Is your group holding a Bake Off event? We have certificates suitable for home education groups, Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. Each certificate comes in two sizes. Just print the page that you need.
Here's a delicious recipe for some pumpkin party cakes, perfect for an autumn, Halloween or fairy party!
Play a game of bingo with up to 10 kids and a vegetable theme! This set of bingo cards (which includes a page for the caller) would make a fun addition to a Healthy Eating or Food topic.
Kids can colour in a glass of water each time they drink one. At the end of the week they will have a good idea of whether they are reaching a healthy level of hydration and hitting their goals.