This worksheet asks children to write a shape poem about a butterfly or butterflies, using the shape to form and enhance the poetry. We provide some ideas on the worksheet.
More Spring Worksheets
We've even more spring themed worksheets for you to explore here to get you thinking.
Here's one of our fact-finding worksheets for the chick. Get the kids to do some research and then fill it in.
This pretty daisy writing page comes in colour or black and white and would make a nice thank you letter or nature study writing page...
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.
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.
Here's a simple picture comprehension worksheet that even younger children can try, and it's a great activity for rainy days! Can the kids study the picture and answer some questions about what they see? We've included the answers too...
Are you learning about the different seasons at the moment? If so, ask the kids to try and complete this Spring Equinox Worksheet, which has questions all about the Spring Equinox, and space to draw and label a picture too.
Use this fun sheet to test if the children know the right spellings for some spring vocabulary. Can they circle the correct spelling of each word?
Can the kids write about what happens next in this spring tree story starter? A great way to get even reluctant writers putting pen to paper...
Can the children write the spring themed words in the boxes below the pictures? The shape of the boxes will give them a clue. A fun way to test spelling knowledge!