This fun story starter is bound to spark the imagination! A lovely pig has dug up something sparkly, but what could it be?
Encourage the kids to find out some facts about pigs, or to practise their handwriting, with these fun pig worksheets.
The second of our farmyard path puzzles tests addition to 15 or addition to 20. There is also a blank version for you to add your own numbers.
Can the children circle the letters that form words when you put them in front of '-ig'? We have UK and US versions available to download below...
This acrostic poem might be a good place to start with younger children, who won't be too taxed to come up with a three-line poem. Use the printable pages for writing (or drawing) frames too.
Learn a little about pigs by reading the text on this cloze worksheet, then fill in the blanks using words from the word bank.
Encourage the kids to practise cutting skills with these adorable pig cutting shapes! They just need to cut carefully along the dotted lines...
Practise addition skills with the help of some cute pigs! Roll two dice, add up the numbers and colour in the answer - you can time yourself against the clock, or play against a friend!
Do the kids like pigs? Or are you studying farm animals, or the Chinese zodiac? If so, as a simple CVC phonetic word, this finger tracing worksheet is perfect for you!
Pig is an excellent word for children beginning to use handwriting worksheets as it is spelled phonetically and is nice and short! Plus, who can resist the cute picture?
This cheerful little pig is just crying out to be coloured in - but first the kids need to solve the simple sums to work out which colour to use in each section.
Are you learning about pigs for a farmyard project or even Chinese New Year? Use our notebooking pages to present your work neatly.
The kids will enjoy practising their pencil control with this fun pig worksheet, carefully following the dotted lines from the start towards the pigs. You could also use this worksheet as a cutting exercise
Two pages of pig story paper here - lined and with handwriting lines. Perfect for children to colour in and use for creative writing, handwriting practice and so on.
This lovely pig needs completing using symmetry! The grid version makes it a little easier for younger children...
Younger children will enjoy tracing the lines on this cute pig tracing and colouring page. It's a fun way to practise pencil control, and perfect for farmyard themes or for Chinese Year of the Pig celebrations perhaps?
This simple pig tracing page is a fun activity for younger kids and helps them to practise pencil control too.
Here's a useful printable writing page illustrated with our cute pig. Good for all sorts of writing projects, it's available in black and white or colour.