Did you know that the hanging skin under a rooster's beak is called a wattle? Neither did I! Can you complete this rooster picture by drawing on the wattle? Don't forget the eyes, beak and feet too!
Fun rooster printables to enjoy at Chinese New Year with children born in the Year of the Rooster, or for a farmyard theme.
Print these step by step instructions for kids to learn how to draw a fun cartoon rooster or cockerel.
Print this fun rooster or cockerel jigsaw, then cut up using our printable guides so that the kids can put it back together again! It's a fun addition to a Chinese New Year or Farm theme. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting guides.
Print out this cute rooster onto card, cut out, then punch holes evenly around the edges for the children to lace or sew. Laminate if you would like to reuse the card.
Perfect for younger children with its simple outlines, this rooster lacing card takes only moments to prepare but is great for fine motor skills - and fun too!
Here's a fun rooster mask to print for farmyard plays, for acting out the story of the Little Red Hen, or perhaps for Chinese New Year!
Use your playdough to finish off this rooster. He needs feet and a beak of course, not to forget a crest and a wattle!
This lovely, bright rooster poster looks great on the walls for a farm topic, and its outlines are just simple enough for cutting and sticking, too.
This rooster or cockerel template has fairly simple lines, although it isn't one to be attempted by your youngest children. It might be useful for a farmyard scene, or your Year of the Rooster crafts. We have provided 3 sizes over 2 pages.
Our second rooster template has a very simplified outline and a solid base which makes it great for younger children to cut out of card and use for their farm crafts or displays. Of course it is also great for Chinese New Year of the Rooster.
This rooster template is just of the head but it is rather striking and I think it could be used in many ways to liven up your displays and crafts.