This seahorse picture is quite detailed so the kids will need to concentrate to copy the picture on the right to fill in the missing parts on the left.
Seahorses are very strange and fascinating creatures! With their horse-like heads and necks, upright bodies, bony armour and curly tails, they don't look like something you would expect to find in the sea.
Seahorses range from very tiny at about 1.5cm tall (just over half an inch) to abou 35cm (14 inches). They swim upright and not very well! They often curl their tails around something and wait for food to come to them, sucking it up with their long snouts.
Fun fact: the male seahorse carries up to 1500 eggs, laid by the female, in a pouch near his tail for up to 45 days until the babies emerge.
Seahorses are beautiful, fascinating creatures and now our learn to draw a seahorse printable guide will soon have the kids drawing their own.
Seahorses are very interesting creatures, and a great subject to write an acrostic poem about! If that seems a bit too tricky, our printables also make great writing and drawing frames.
Our pretty seahourse colouring page is sure to encourage children of all ages to reach for the colouring pencils. Scroll down to see a lovely idea for combining colouring and collage using this page...
I love the richness of the blue background on our seahorse doodle colour pop colouring card. This colouring card will be as enjoyable to colour as it is to receive.
Two beautiful seahorses stand out to colour against a striking blue background on our seahorse doodle colour pop colouring page.
There is a lot of work to go into this beautiful seahorse doodle colouring card, any one receiving one will be sure to treasure it.
This beautifully detailed seahorse doodle colouring page will delight older children and adults. The soothing combination of colouring and the sea can not fail to produce a feeling of calm.
Finger tracing is a great way for children to get the feel of letter shapes as they begin to start writing. After tracing the letters with a finger on our seahorese finger tracing worksheet they could try using a pencil and staying between the lines.
Copy this lovely picture of a seahorse from the grid on the left onto the grid on the right. This seahorse illustration is one of our more challenging grid copy pictures and will require concentration and a steady hand!
Our seahorse handwriting worksheet will complement many children's picture books or perhaps a visit to an aquarium.
Our seahorse printable jigsaw would be a great addition to a busy bag or book bag to enhance an under the sea story. Cut out following our jigsaw instructions and cutting guides and slip into an envelope with the picture on the front.
How lovely would a school of seahorses look on a classroom or nursery wall? Print and display our seahorse poster as it is or choose to cut out the seahorse.
Seahorses are masters of disguise as you can see from this photographic seahorse poster, where this extraordinary creature could easily blend into the colour of the sand. Print with borderless settings for best result.
Seahorses are fascinating and almost magical creatures, so this story paper is bound to inspire the kids to write something creative. Choose from two versions, lined and with handwriting lines.
Here's a cute seahorse template in a variety of sizes. It makes a useful guide for seahorse crafts, a simple colouring activity or maybe a writing frame.
After children trace the lines on this seahorse tracing page they can have even more fun pencil control practice by colouring it in.
What a fun way to prectise early writing skills. Follow the letters to spell out the word and then colour the picture on our seahorse word tracing page.
Seahorses are fascinating creatures! Here's one of our fact-finding worksheets about them for the children to complete. We have colour or black and white versions to choose from.
This seahorses scene colouring card would make a lovely card for a child to give a parent or an older friend - especially if they colour in all the little details carefully.
I love this colouring page, of two funny seahorses having a little conversation in an underwater scene! I hope the kids enjoy colouring it in.