Here's a fun drawing and observational skills challenge. Use the bottom picture as a guide to help complete the sailing boat on the top picture. Don't forget the stars on the sail!
Do the kids love sailing? Here's a collection of sailing resources that they can enjoy - for learning, for crafts and for fun. Sailing has been a Summer Olympic sport so some of our illustrations are wearing Team GB's kit from the 2012 London Olympics!
Kids can learn to draw a sailing boat with this step by step printable tutorial. Of course you can change the way you decorate the sails...
A quick and easy model for beginners, the sailing boats have their own built-in stand so that you can make a display - and create your own flotilla!
Have fun following the squares one by one on this grid copy puzzle. It is a test of observation skills to get the pattern on the sail of this sailing boat right.
You can't have a sailing boat without a sail! Let your children be creative as they design a sail out of playdough on our sailing boat playdough mat.
Children will need to solve these simple subtraction sums in order to colour in this picture of sailing boats...
What colours will the children choose for the sails on the boat on this sailing colouring page I wonder?
Learn to write the word "sailing" by tracing over the letters with finger or crayon, and colour in the picture too.
Practise makes perfect when you learn to sail, and the same rules apply to handwriting! There's plenty of chance for the kids to practise on this worksheet...
What will your children make to sail on the sea on our playdough mat? A sailing ship, a yacht, a canoe or maybe a raft? They can let their imagination go wild.