The kids will need concentration skills to copy the missing sections from the bottom image to the top on this peacock complete the picture puzzle. It's a lovely picture to colour in once they've finished copying too.
What are generally known as peacocks are actually male peafowl. The females are called peahen and the babies are peachicks. It is the male of the species which has the beautiful feathers, which are shown off when he fans his tail. Peafowl are very noisy and if they are in the vicinity you will know it early in the morning! The peacock is the national bird of India.
Fun facts: A group of peafowl is known as a "party" or a "pride".
Children will learn to draw a peacock in no time if they follow along with the step by step drawing instructions below.
The peacock is the national bird of India. As you will see from the photo below, you can make a glorious peacock with a paper plate and some other craft cupboard supplies!
Print this fun peacock colour by number sheet for the kids. There are five numbers and colours to fill in for a beautiful peacock picture! UK and US spellings available.
A big, beautiful, bold peacock colouring page for younger kids to enjoy. Colour the peacock in with rich colours - and why not add some glitter or jewels for extra sparkle and glamour!
We love this picture of a beautiful peacock with gorgeous tail feathers - perhaps the kids can colour in their finished picture? The grid can be a real help, especially if copying one square at a time.
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.
The peacock is the national bird of India. Here is a Rocking Peacock craft that the kids will enjoy, using a paper plate and some craft cupboard supplies
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 scroll down to print it out.
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.