Can the kids come up with some good penguin poems using the letters from the word 'PENGUIN'? We have blank, lined and illustrated versions to suit all ages.
Who doesn't love penguins? Bring a bit of fun to your classroom or home learning with our penguin worksheets.
This penguin alphabet is fun for all sorts of games and activities both in the classroom and at home - and it's very cute, too! Print, cut out and stick, laminate, colour in ...
Learning the alphabet will be fun with these very cute penguin alphabet posters. They will make a great display either at home or in the classroom.
This little penguin is just too cute for words, with his sad little face looking straight at you! We thought the kids might enjoy using him as a writing frame, so we've provided a blank and a lined version.
Help the children to learn their numbers from 1 to 10 with this adorable penguin jigsaw! Print onto some card then slice along the vertical lines. The children then need to use the numbers at the bottom to order the pieces and complete the picture.
This is one of our fun finger tracing worksheets, featuring a cute cartoon penguin. Finger trace the letters then colour in the picture.
Younger children can get plenty of practice tracing the word "penguin" with this handwriting worksheet - and there are two cute penguins to help them finish!
These little penguins have numbers up to 100 on their eggs. Put each row into order from smallest to largest...
All these little penguins have numbers (in the hundreds) on their eggs. Can the kids put them into order from smallest to largest?
Arrange these numbers (tens of thousands) into order, from smallest to largest. We've purposefully chosen numbers to confuse!
These penguin number posters would make a great display at home or in the classroom. Counting from 1 to 20, they would look great framing a window or whiteboard, or hang them washing line style across the room.
Print and cut out these cute penguins (laminate if you wish), then ask the children to order them by size!
Here is a fun way to practise spelling! Print out this lovely scene with a group of penguins, either in black-and-white or colour. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
This penguin story paper features a cute, simple drawing of a penguin so it's ideal for younger children, but we have lined and handwriting versions to suit all ages.
Print out this appealing penguin for some tracing practice. Use fingers, pens or crayons - you could even laminate him and use dry wipe pens if you want the activity to last.
This cute penguin tracing page provides plenty of tracing practice for the kids as we've provided double lines! Children could trace his feet and beak in orange pencil, then use black for the rest.
This penguin word tracing page is a fun way to encourage early learners to try a bit of writing practise!
Our penguin worksheet would be a fun activity on a trip to the zoo where the children can observe these funny birds! Choose from colour or black and white versions.
Our cute penguin writing page could be used for recording research or reporting on a zoo visit! We have colour or black and white versions to choose from.
The penguin sliding on its tummy looks like a fun character on this story paper - maybe the children can write a story about this cute penguin and friends? We have two versions to choose from to suit different ages and abilities.