Pets are a favourite topic for a lot of children, so they're bound to enjoy filling in this About My Pet worksheet. There are some simple questions to answer, and space to draw a picture of their pet too.
More Pet Animal Worksheets
Here are even more pet animal worksheets we've writing prompts, writing frames and some alphabet activities for you.
Can you put these animals into alphabetical order? There are two lists of ten words in each, farm animals and pets. You can use our alphabetical order base for this activity. Kids could try this on their own or in a race against the clock.
Finish our picture of a cute Corgi using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
Learn all about symmetry with our fun dog printable! We have two versions, gridded and blank. The gridded version is easier.
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
Finish our picture of a guinea pig using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
Complete the hamster by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. The grid version will help younger children.
Practise pencil control by following the horses on parade! Start with a straight line and then get increasingly more wiggly...
We've got 12 cute pet animals for the kid to label on this lovely worksheet, and we've given them the first letter of each pet name to help.
What pet would you like to have? Even the most relctant writer will have fun writing a story with our fun fill in the blanks worksheet.
We've got fish, tortoises, dogs and goldfish to count on this fun pet animal counting worksheet. If you choose the black and white version you can colour the pictures yourself.
This must be one of our cutest counting worksheets! Can the kids count the number of each animal and write it in the box?
How many cats, dogs and goldfish can the kids count on our pet animal counting worksheet? Choose from two versions below: colour, or black and white.
I love this simple rabbit writing frame as it can be used in so many different ways. The blank version makes a good template or just a fun outline for a younger child to practice his or her letters on. The lined rabbit writing frame could be used in all sorts of writing projects.
Use this lovely little rabbit writing frame for younger children. Perhaps they could write their own name in the rabbit, or a sentence or two, or even a short poem...
Here's a fun planning sheet for kids with dogs to fill out in advance of the long summer holidays - things to do with my dog this summer! How about - walking, swimming, teaching tricks, playing ball, having a bath...