What can you spot on this fun I Spy page? We've found all sorts of objects that you might take with you to the beach / seaside. Use the page to play I Spy with the kids, or combine it with our question page for an interesting activity.
Here are a few fun puzzles to print off for the kids to keep them busy on the way to the seaside - or perhaps if rain stops play!
Help the crab find his shell with this 4-pack of seaside-themed mazes, which starts with an easy square puzzle and ends with a fiendishy difficult one! We've included the answers at the back.
Help the little boy find his beach ball, which has got stuck in the middle of the circular maze! We've got 4 levels to choose from to suit different ages and abilities, and an answer sheet at the end.
There are 4 levels of difficulty to choose from with this fun triangular beach-themed maze, from very easy to fiendish! For a classroom setting you could laminate the mazes and use a dry-wipe pen.
This colour by number is perfect for your youngest children, who will enjoy colouring each section of the beach ball according to the number and colour we provide. UK and US variations available.
This simple beach ball dot to dot is a fun way to help young children enjoy practising pencil control skills. Help them join the dots from 1 to 10 and then enjoy colouring in the ball in nice bright colours.
Our simple beach ball grid copy puzzle is a good one for younger kids, who can count the squares and copy them across one by one. Once they've tried the puzzle, why not encourage them to draw another without the grid and colour it in?
This colour by number page featurings a beach umbrella, beach bag and beach towel - perfect for seaside holidays and cheering up rainy summer days!
Just what you need for a trip to the seaside - a bucket and spade! Print this grid copy puzzle to do on the train or in the car, perhaps?
A bucket and spade are essential tools for building sandcastles on a trip to the beach! But how many words can you make from the letters in BUCKET AND SPADE?
Children need to follow the numbers 1 to 10 with their crayon to complete this seaside bucket dot to dot, getting counting and pencil control practice at the same time.
There is a parasol, beach towel and beach bag on the picture of this beach scene. Children will need to use the picture on the right to help them work out what is missing from the picture on the left so they can complete the beach scene.
Do you need to keep children busy on a train ride to the beach? This fun complete the bucket and spade puzzle will keep them entertained drawing and colouring.
Encourage reluctant drawers with this fun puzzle. All they need to do is copy a few lines and they will have completed their own ice cream picture.
Challenge your children to use their observational and drawing skills to complete the top sandcastle. Then get out the colouring pens and colour in the pictures.
When you need an indoor activity on holiday this complete the sea shell picture will keep children entertained as they copy the shell and then colour them in.
This simple starfish would be a fun introduction to our complete the picture puzzles for young children.
A trip to a tropical island isn't something most people can do. But with our complete the tropical island puzzle children can draw their own island and imagine life there.
This funny crab grid copy puzzle is a good one for younger kids, with fairly simple lines to copy. Teach them how to count the squares and copy the contents of one square at a time...
Trace the sqares carefully one by one on our donkey grid copy puzzle to draw your own cute donkey cartoon.
Flip flops are a summer essential, so we've included a pair for the kids in our summer grid copy puzzle collection. It's an interesting way of learning how to draw these tricky objects, too!
This puzzle requires very close observation. Can your children find 10 differences between the two ice cream sundaes?
There are 6 delicious looking ice cream cones on this puzzle. One is slightly different to the other five. Can your children use their powers of observation to work out which it is?
This is a fun end of summer term activity. How many words can children make from the letters in 'ice cream cone'?
Can the kids find all the ice-cream words in this word search puzzle? Who would have thought there could be so many...
This stick is missing the ice lolly. Children need to carefully follow the numbers 1 to 10 to draw the outline on this ice lolly dot to dot and then they can decorate the lolly.
Copy the squares into the correct positions on the grid to gradually reveal a picture. Don't tell the kids what it is! Choose from our easier or harder versions below.
Colour in this sandcastle and bucket, choosing the correct colours according to the numbers. UK and US versions available.
Although copying this sandcastle might initially seem daunting, if the kids count the squares carefully and copy each, one at a time, they will have their own sandcastle picture before they know it!
Building sandcastles is a fun thing to do at the beach, but how many smaller words can you make from the word SANDCASTLES?
Our sea shell dot to dot has a simple curved outline and the numbers 1 to 12. Don't forget to encourage children to colour their sea shell once they have joined the dots.
Here's a fun grid copy puzzle for your seaside adventures, in which we ask children to copy the shells on the left grid to the empty grid on the right.
Here's a fun puzzle to try by the seaside - or perhaps on the journey to the beach. Try to think up a seaside-y word for each letter of the alphabet.
Try to make as many words as you can from the letters on display in this seaside boggler puzzle. Remember you get extra points for seaside themed words!
Here's a cheerful seaside crossword puzzle for you to print out and enjoy. Can your children fill in all the correct seaside words?
The seaside is the theme for this letter elimination grid puzzle! Can the children eliminate all of the letters from the grid by answering the clues?
Here is the first of 4 seaside mazes with varying degrees of difficulty - perfect perhaps for occupying the kids on a journey to the beach!
Most sandcastles need a bucket and spade, and this maze asks the kids to find a path between these two seaside essentials!
This tricky maze asks the kids to find a path from the boy to the sea shell - or the sea shell to the boy!
Here is the 4th of our seaside mazes for kids, this time a simple square shape. Can the kids find the path?
Here are five pictures of objects you might see at the seaside, and a shadow for each. Can the children match the pictures to the correct shadows?
Keep the kids busy on journeys to the seaside with this fun squashed sentences puzzle! Find the seaside themed sentence by starting at the shaded letter square. The two unused letters from each grid spell a word too...
We've taken pairs of seaside words and jumbled them up into this seaside word merge puzzle for kids! Can the kids un-jumble them again?
Celebrate the sun coming out for summer with this seaside word search for kids. Can they find all the seaside words?
This is a super grid copy for younger children, who will love copying our friendly, smiling starfish from the left grid to the right!
Here's a fun way to involve children in taking the decision to stay safe in the sun - a word search with a number of sun safety words to find.
Colour in this picture of a tropic island - complete with surf board! Kids just need to follow the number grid when they choose the colours. US and UK versions available.