Help children brainstorm words for a 'rugby' acrostic poem and then they can choose one of our four versions of our rugby acrostic poem printable to present it on.
This page might have the title Rugby Worksheets, but we've designed the pages below to be more fun than work! We've got pencil control worksheets with a rugby theme for younger children, counting worksheets, two levels of sorting activities and some interesting maths challenges for older kids. More coming soon.
Use our Rugby Acrostic Printable in the classroom or at home to get the kids thinking and encourage some exciting acrostic poetry!
Here's some fun pencil control practice with a rugby theme! Kids can trace the outer edge of our rugby ball picture, and then colour the ball in.
Use this rugby ball writing frame for match reports, writing about the sport, recording details of the Rugby World Cup...
Here's the first of three rugby counting worksheets. Choose the level appropriate for your child, or work through them all.
Count up the rugby-themed pictures and write the number in the box. Fun for the Rugby World Cup perhaps?
Here's the third, and trickiest, of our rugby counting worksheets. Count up each type of picture carefully and write the correct numbers in the boxes.
Young rugby fans won't be too reluctant to practise their handwriting with this fun finger tracing worksheet and colouring page!
Young rugby fans will enjoy this fun handwriting worksheet, which gives them plenty of tracing practise before leaving space for their own attempts.
Here's a rugby kit writing frame printable that you can use for some creative writing, match reports etc.
Here's a fun rugby themed writing activity that might tempt even the most reluctant writer to have a go! We've provided 4 little pictures of scenes you might see in a rugby match. Can the kids explain what is happening?
Describe what is happening in each of these exciting rugby "scenes". Younger children could use 1 word - I'm thinking pass, tackle, run and try! Older kids can go into more detail.
Here are three more rugby match "scenes" for the kids to describe. What's happening in each picture? Rugby fans will enjoy the challenge but this set of worksheets is also fun for those new to the sport who are learning the rugby language.
Lean how to score in rugby, and use the principles to work out these maths problems! It makes for an interesting worksheet.
Pick a favourite player and fill in the blanks to create your own player profile. How about allocating all the players of your country's Rugby World Cup team to the class, then putting the finished profiles up on display for all to read?
Trace around the dotted lines of this rugby player tracing page, then colour it in. Lots of pencil practice involved!
Our rugby story paper is useful for kids writing match reports - but also fun for making up a rugby-based story, describing your favourite player etc.
We've made this fun rugby tracing picture with the Rugby World Cup in mind, but it would be fun any time - and great for practising pencil control, too!
We've included every rugby word we could think of on this set of rugby word cards - you might not want to use them all, but they are there if you want them! There is also a page with three blank cards at the end of the pdf file if you want to add your own.
We have lots of sports writing pages on the website - and this one is rugby themed! Great for writing a school match report, or perhaps for recounting an exciting match that you take the kids to or watch on the television together...
This "Why I love Rugby" writing prompt is a great way to get sporty kids doing a bit of writing, and maybe they can draw a picture too...