Our complete the peacock picture printable asks children to draw the peacock's distinctive tail. They can then get out the crayons and make the peacock bright and colourful.
From printable cards to drawing printables to playdough mats and jigsaws; we have peacock printables for everyone.
Children will learn to draw a peacock in no time if they follow along with the step by step drawing instructions below.
Our peacock counting jigsaw asks children to be able to arrange numbers in order from 1 to 10 to complete the puzzle, looking at the picture will help them if they find it hard.
These peacock feather bookmarks would make a lovely gift. Print on to card, laminate and finish off with a home made tassel.
Show how much you care by colouring in one of these beautiful peacock feather colouring bookmarks as a special handmade gift.
Peacocks are the national bird of India and this peacock lacing card would be a fun addition to an India or Diwali project. Print on to card, cut out and punch holes around the outside to let children practice their sewing skills.
Children will love using brightly coloured playdough to give this peacock a beautiful tail! You can laminate the mat so it can be reused too...
Peacocks are one of the most beautiful birds on our planet, particularly when they display their tail feathers like the peacock on this lovely poster. Print out our poster to brighten up any display about birds, or just to admire how beautiful peacocks truly are!
Follow the dotted lines to cut this peacock spelling jigsaw into 7 pieces. Children have to complete the picture to spell out the word.
Brighten someone's day by surprising them with our stunning peacock card. It's easy to print, just remember to set your printer to the 'borderless' setting for the best result.
Wow, this really is a colourful poster featuring two stunning peacocks and their beautiful tail feathers! Print out and use for displays about birds or to brighten up any wall...
This is the story of a bird who didn't think much of himself, and believed that a fine costume could make him better! It is one of Aesop's Fables, and we've retold it in modern language for today's children. Read it online here, or find a printable version below.