These lovely little Christmas bookmarks carry a special Christmas message, with words from the lovely Christmas carol In the Bleak Mid Winter. "What can I give him, poor as I am?"
Lots NEW! Fun printables for kids with a sheep theme! We've got posters and lacing cards for younger children, jigsaws and drawing tutorials for older kids...
Children will need to look closely at the lamb on the right to help them complete the picture. It makes a fun challenge for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme.
Children need to spot the differences and correct them on this fun printable sheet for younger kids. Good practice for learning to draw sheep too.
This playdough mat could be used in spring (think lambs!) or summer - or perhaps for St David's Day or St Patrick's Day?
The kids will love hanging these funny farm animal signs - Sheep Out! and Moo Entry! - on their door to remind friends and family that they want some privacy! Just print and laminate.
Copy the cute lamb picture with the help of the square grid. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the task easier! This grid copy would make a lovely spring activity.
Print out this lovely lamb onto card and cut out carefully. If you want the lacing card to last longer than one go, laminate. Then punch small holes evenly around the edges for your child to sew (or lace).
Here is a simple photographic poster of a lamb - perfect for display at Spring or perhaps Easter, or for your Farm Animals topic.
This photographic poster of a lamb looking straight at the camera is just very cute - how could you resist printing it out for the classroom or home? It would be fun as part of a Welsh, Australian or New Zealand display.
Practise spelling with this cute lamb spelling jigsaw! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and ask the kids to rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
Here's an unusual tracing page for your youngest children to enjoy! There are two sets of dotted lines for extra practice - although beginners might want to draw one line between them, treating them as a "channel".
This lovely lamb frame is perfect for Spring! You can use the blank version as a template or a writing frame, and we have a lined version for older children too.
This large lamb writing frame works particularly well for younger children to cut out (as a template) or draw in, or for older children's writing projects. There are so many ways you can make use of it...
This funny lamb or sheep writing frame is sure to brighten up your walls or board displays! The blank version works well as a template too. How about using the lined version for some copywork?
You rarely see just one lamb in a spring field. Kids can use their playdough to add more to this playdough mat scene!
Kids will be drawing a whole flock of these cute little sheep in minutes when they learn this clever step by step technique!
In the winter sheep are often bought down from the hills to winter in the barn. Here is a sheep and barn poster for you to print.
Here's a poster of a mother sheep and her cuddly baby lamb. This is sure to be a cute addition to a spring time display.
Print and fold this cute little sheep booklet for the kids to write stories in, collect facts, or use in their farm theme. Two versions available - one lined and one blank. You will need our origami booklet instructions.
Children can fill up these cute little sheep bookmarks with pictures, writing, messages - or use them as a page record for the latest reading book.
Kids love jokes, and we hope they will love these cute sheep bookmarks full of sheep jokes! Use them as a fun incentive to read...
Print out this fun lacing card for younger kids. Cut out, laminate if you wish, then punch holes about 1/2 inch in from the edges. Thread with a shoelace.
This funny sheep lacing card is perfect for younger children with its simple outlines, and it's easy to cut out and prepare too.
This cheerful looking sheep mask is sure to be a useful addition to a dressing up box. It's perfect for nativity plays or some farmyard themed dressing up play.
Fun for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme, practise pencil control by drawing a line through the maze to help the lamb find her mum.
Keep track of the names of the children at your party, or help kids learn each other's names at the beginning of the school year, with the help of these printable name badges. The cute sheep is sure to appeal!
A set of six printable place cards featuring a rather gorgeous sheep illustration, ready to cheer up your children's desks or perhaps act as place holders for a Farm Animal party. Stand up with tent folds.
Here's a cute sheep in poster form for you to print and display - great for farm themes or just for decoration. How about cutting out a series of sheep and sticky-tacking them to the nursery wall, so that children can "count the sheep" at bed time!
Here's a quick card to print and give with a lovely countryside sheep scene for the recipient to enjoy!
This lovely picture of a field with mother sheep and lamb in spring time would brighten up any child's bedroom or classroom! Just print (using your printer's borderless settings if possible) and display.
Print this cute jigsaw onto card and then cut into 10 pieces, leaving the letters attached to the lower pieces of the picture. Now the children can put the jigsaw back together using the letters as a guide. It's a fun way to learn to spell the word!