We have three variations of this Pancake Day vocabulary labelling worksheet so that you can choose the most appropriate for your children. The "first letter" version is illustrated below.
Pancake Day Worksheets
NEW! Just a few worksheets for Pancake Day - and the fun kind, at that! They are all here below to print and share with the kids for some handwriting and colouring work on Pancake Day.
Pancake Day is a great excuse to practise the letter P! This worksheet will help you do just that, with letters and word to colour in and trace, and a pancake to colour in too.
Perfect for Pancake Day (or Shrove Tuesday) - instead of flipping a pancake, try writing an acrostic poem about one! These fun printable sheets will make the job more exciting. They make useful writing frames too, and there are 4 variations to choose from.
This worksheet asks children to answer some simple questions based on the picture, which they can colour in too if they like.
Who is cooking pancakes? What are the ingredients of pancakes? We ask the kids to answer these are other questions on this fun Pancake Day worksheet, complete with colouring picture.
A fun colouring page tops our Pancake Day race story paper. Whether the kids have ever taken part in a Pancake Day race, or just heard about them, this story paper can be put to good use in many different ways. Choose from handwriting lines or simple lines below.
Mum's cooking pancakes for the kids in this story paper - and they look like they are going to be quite happy to eat them! Kids can use this paper to make up a story set on Pancake Day, recount what they see in the picture, or write about their own Pancake Day experiences.
Everyone likes to sit down to pancakes for tea on Pancake Day! This story paper can be used in many different ways. What imaginative stories will the kids come up with?
The youngest children will be able to have a go at this pancake finger tracing worksheet before colouring in the picture. Start on the dot and then trace in the direction of the arrow - first with your child's forefinger, and then with a pencil.
Pancake Day is a good excuse to practice handwriting - why not? Children can finger trace, then trace over dotted lines, then have a go at writing the word pancake on their own.
On this Pancake Day cut and stick activity, we ask children to cut out pictures of the ingredients and utensils needed to make a batch of pancakes and stick them on the mixing bowl outline.
What goes into the pancakes we eat on Shrove Tuesday - better known of course as Pancake Day? Children should colour in only those ingredients that would be included in a pancake recipe. Cabbage, anyone?
Use this worksheet to record everyone's favourite toppings for their Pancake Day pancakes! When you have the totals, perhaps you can graph the results?