Children will enjoy completing the picture of this cute robin. Then you can colour him in, making sure you give him a red breast!
Find here our growing collection of robin themed printables - perfect for Christmas, a bird theme, or just for fun because robins are cute! Enjoy our jigsaws, print out a poster, learn to draw a robin, distribute robin bookmarks... and lots more!
We all love the cheerful robin red breast and it's no wonder he has come to be associated with Christmas. Children will enjoy this printable which shows them how to draw a robin step by step...
The fun part of this mystery puzzle is working out what the picture is going to be (shhh...don't tell the kids!). Choose from two versions below: easier and harder.
There pretty Christmas robin bookmarks are sure to delight! There's plenty of space for your own message.
Colour in (or print our coloured version), cut and re-assemble this cute robin counting jigsaw to help kids learn their numbers up to 10. Simply print onto some card then slice along the vertical lines.
Learn some interesting facts about the robin and enjoy the photos with this one-page fact file about Britain's favourite bird!
Have a go at our grid copy robin puzzle. It's fun to copy a picture using the squares of a grid, and it takes concentration and practice, and sometimes counting, too.
These cute little Christmas robin bookmarks are sure to cheer up reading time, and they look lovely peaking out the top of a book! Laminate if you want them to last.
Here's a fun printable activity for little ones this Christmas! Print our robin lacing card, punch holes around the edges, and sew or lace. Great for fine motor skills and fun too! Laminate if you wish to reuse.
What is this robin missing? Its red breast, beak and eyes, of course! Can your children make him complete with playdough?
Print out this cute robin poster to display at home or school. The cheeky illustration is sure to win a few hearts! You could also use this poster as a lacing card for younger children - or even cut out his "red breast" and use the robin as a picture frame!
I see a bird with a bright red chest, it's a garden favourite who sings the best...it's a robin! Print this lovely poster of one of Britain's best-loved birds for your classroom display.
This lovely photographic poster shows a robin close up in the garden and remind us why we love this friendly little bird!
This lovely photographic poster of a robin on frosty ground is perfect for winter displays. Children love to leave seeds or bread out for the birds in winter - especially if they are lucky enough to have a little chap like this come visit!
Help children learn to spell in a fun way with this robin spelling jigsaw. Print onto some card and laminate if you prefer, then slice along the vertical lines to make the jigsaw. The kids then need to spell the word to reassemble the picture.
Print this appealing robin spelling jigsaw onto some card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word robin.
Use this lovely robin tracing page for younger children to practice pencil control. You could laminate it and trace the picture over and over again with dry-wipe pens.
Use this lovely framed writing page for your writing projects - perhaps to write a story, an observational piece or a poem?
This wintry scene featuring two little robins would make a great last minute Christmas card. For best results print using borderless printer settings, then simply fold in half.