Plan a simple sensory season about one of the four seasons with the help of these planning sheets. There are 5 in the pack - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fall and Winter.
More Summer Worksheets
We've a fun Enid Blyton themed story starter to inspire some creative writing on a summer holiday theme.
Going to a BBQ is a fun thing to do in the summer (come rain or shine!) Use our sensory poem planning sheet to write some poetry about what your senses experience at a typical BBQ.
Bring a day at the beach to life through a poem, using our "At the Beach" planning sheet to help you. What can you see, smell, hear, taste, touch and feel?
Children can use this sensory poem planning sheet to capture the excitement of a trip to the swimming pool. The sheet is perfect for planning and brainstorming, ready to write out the poem in neat later.
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...
We've borrowed the opening line from Enid Blyton's Five Find-Outers story, the Mystery of the Invisible Thief. Use the printable to spark your child's imagination and see what sort of story they come up with. Why not then read the original book and compare?
Here's a fun summery way to practise recognition of upper and lower case letters. Print pages on to card and cut out the pieces, laminating to make them harder-wearing if you wish. Match the lower case letters on the ice cream scoops with the upper case letters on the cones.
This interesting worksheet features a quote by Helen Keller. Can the children write about what they think it means, how it could help them and then rewrite it in their own words? They can colour in the picture too.
It's easy to write a poem about going on a picnic with the help of this sensory poem planning sheet.
Similes make poetry more interesting and are a great way to get the children started with writing poems. Can the kids write some sensory similes about summer to create a poem with a summery feeling?
Print out some alphabet sunshine with our sun alphabet posters printable. The image below is a little misleading, as each letter of the alphabet prints out onto its own page. You could also cut out the suns individually, for a display or banner, perhaps.
Brighten up the classroom for summer with these fun sun numbers. Each number prints out onto its own page - but the more patient of you can cut out the suns if you prefer! We have a sun alphabet printable, too.
Get the pencils out and have some fun tracing the dotted lines on this lovely sun – perfect for your summer or weather-themed activities.
The sun has a smiley face and quite a bit of detail on this tracing page, so it's a bit more of a challenge for the kids!
This simple picture comprehension worksheet asks the children to answer simple questions about what they see on the sunny day picture.
"The sun will come out tomorrow"! You might recognise this quote from the hit musical Annie!, but can you write about what you think the quote means and when it would be relevant to you?
Trace over the dotted lines to reveal a pretty flower basket, ready to colour in. The simple outline makes it just right for cutting out, too.