Can the children label seven different parts of a robin on this worksheet?
We've story paper, fact finding worksheets, handwriting activities and more to help you learn about robins.
We have four versions of our robin acrostic poem printable for you to chose from, to encourage even the most reluctant poet into some creative writing - everyone loves a robin, after all!
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.
The children need to fill out this worksheet with some facts about robins, and colour in the picture if they like. They'll need to research this cute little bird's habitat, eggs, lifespan and a few other facts. A fun way to encourage some early research skills!
Younger children can trace the letters of the word "robin" then colour in the cute picture. It's a fun worksheet in the winter, at Christmas, or any time. Make sure to colour that robin's breast red!
Trace and copy the word "robin" with this printable worksheet. Fun for Christmas or any time of year!
Here's a handwriting worksheet featuring the word "robin" for the children to trace, then try on their own.
Everyone loves robins, and the kids will enjoy sorting these 5 robins from smallest to biggest (and biggest to smallest)! Print and cut out the robins, and laminate them for durability if you prefer...
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.
Our cute robin story paper is great for getting younger kids to do a spot of creative writing and colouring fun - and perfect for a Christmas story too!
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.
Perfect for winter and Christmas - or really anytime - this fun word tracing worksheet features the letters for "robin" and a cute picture for the kids to colour in too.
We're used to seeing cute robins on our Christmas cards every year, and if you're lucky enough you might get one visiting your garden! Can the kids find out a little about robins and fill in our fact-finding worksheet? Perfect for a bird topic and of course as a Christmas activity!
We often associate robins with Christmas, so the kids might want to write a Christmas story on this robin writing page, or write a Christmas thank you letter? Or you could use it any time of year to do some research and record some facts about these lovely little birds...
Use this lovely framed writing page for your writing projects - perhaps to write a story, an observational piece or a poem?