This is a slightly tricky shape to cut out, but once your child has managed it, he or she can have fun adding some features to the scarecrow!
Enjoy this fun collection of scarecrow printables - perfect for some Autumn fun or a farmyard theme!
Here's the second of our two learn to draw a scarecrow printable pages - this one more suitable for older kids as the scarecrow is 3D. Still, by following the step by step illustrations the kids will be drawing a great scarecrow in no time!
For youngest children, this is the worksheet to print for some handwriting practice! Learn to write the word scarecrow by finger tracing the letters correctly first...
Doing a scarecrow theme? How about building it out with some handwriting practice by printing this fun scarecrow handwriting worksheet!
The size of this scarecrow lacing card makes it better for slightly older children, and with some neat stitches around the edges it looks good on display. Just print onto card, punch or prick holes around the edges, and sew with a blunt needle, embroidery thread or wool.
Playdough is a wonderful material for young children to work with. This printable scarecrow playdough mat asks them to use their creativity to decorate the scarecrow with playdough.
Here's a cheerful scarecrow poster (just one of our scarecrow printable pages) to display in the classroom or home. Use it with younger children to discuss shapes and colours. You could even play "pin the nose on the scarecrow" !
Here's a friendly scarecrow poster to print out and put up as part of a farming display or for a harvest festival. He almost looks too kind to scare away the crows!
What has the scarecrow in this illustrated story paper seen? What do you think he thinks about? Is he a happy scarecrow, or a sad scarecrow? Kids can have fun writing about what they see or making up their own stories ...
This scarecrow template is designed to be relatively quick and easy to cut out, but distinctive! Why not print onto yellow card cut out and then ask the children to add the scarecrow's features?