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?
More Summer Worksheets
We've a fun Enid Blyton themed story starter to inspire some creative writing on a summer holiday theme.
Here's a fun way to test if the children know their colour words! Can they draw a line from each beautiful butterfly to the correct colour word?
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...
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.
Colour the pictures according to the key, and then count the number of items beginning with each letter. Make sure your child listens carefully to the initial sounds.
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.
"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?
There are 2 lovely seaside / beach pictures here for the kids to write about. We've only provided a few lines so that it's not too intimidating. Choose from handwriting lines or ruled lines.
Look at the seaside / beach themed pictures and write the colours that you see. We've done the first picture with a dotted font to get the kids started.
This fun beach themed picture is a perfect starting point for some descriptive writing. What can the kids see happening in the picture? Write it down.