Read the story of Saint George and the dragon. Imagine what the princess feels when her name is drawn, and write her diary in the book.
We've got three fun worksheets for little princes and princesses to enjoy, complete with colouring picture to make them more interesting...
Choose one of the four printables below to write your P-R-I-N-C-E-S-S acrostic poem. A little tricky, perhaps?
Use the excuse of a princess and her castle to try a fun picture comprehension worksheet! We've varied the questions on these resources so that they are good for developing both observational and creative writing skills.
Perfect for pink lovers we have some princess cutting shapes for children to practice their scissor skills on. Carefully cut along the dotted lines to cut out the pictures.
Learn to write the word "princess" with the help of this finger tracing worksheet. Place a finger on the dot and then follow the arrows to trace the letters correctly - then try with a pencil. And why not colour in the pretty princess, too?
Children can practise writing the word "princess" with this cute handwriting worksheet. We've left the last line blank so that they can try writing it on their own, too.
Write a story about a princess and then colour in the picture using our lovely princess story paper. Choose from lines or handwriting lines depending on the age of your child.
Colour in the pretty princess and then trace the letters underneath. Every little girl is a princess!