This lovely worksheet gives children practice at both initial sounds and counting - and fun colouring too.
Read and Colour
NEW! Read the instructions and colour the picture accordingly. These pages are such a fun, low-key way to work on comprehension skills and following instructions! On some of these worksheets we also ask children to draw in parts of the picture.
Read the instructions carefully and then draw and colour the picture. There's quite a lot of detail to get right, so think before you start!
Colour the tricky words according to the key - and then count them! Good practice with an autumn theme...
Here's a fun comprehension exercise for the summer - which combines understanding with colouring and drawing!
Colour in these two sunbathing children - enjoying themselves at the seaside - while reading and following the instructions carefully.
Read the instructions and then colour in the butterfly just how they say. This is a fun way to test reading comprehension.
Colour the butterflies according to their first letter sound, and then count up the pictures beginning with each sound too. The page is themed around caterpillars and butterflies.
This is a really fun worksheet, which will encourage the children to read the sentences carefully and then draw what's missing.
This Garden Read and Draw activity is designed for older children - perhaps Years 5 and 6 - and will test their ability to read, understand and follow instructions. Make sure they read all the instructions through carefully before starting their work, or they may come unstuck!
Read the instructions and then colour in the picture of an ice-cream sundae, answering the questions as you go. This is a fun way to build reading and comprehension skills.
Colour the garden objects and creatures according to the key, and then count them up and write the number of each in the boxes.
Read the sentences and then grab your crayons and colour the images as directed - a fun way to practice reading themed for the garden or summer!
Read the short sentences and colour the pictures accordingly. The kids will end up with a colourful collection of seaside objects and creatures!
This fun worksheet asks children to read the text and then colour the pictures of summer foods as instructed.