Print this appealing apple spelling jigsaw onto card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word apple.
These fun spelling jigsaws take moments to print and cut up, and provide an easy self-correcting activity for your children. Kids can check that they have the spellings right by looking at the picture - or check that they have the picture right by looking at the spellings! When they are no longer needed as spelling jigsaws, simple cut the letters off the bottom and give the kids a slightly harder challenge.
We've designed this cats word jigsaw so that you can use it with different ages. For younger children, cut along the top dotted line but leave the letters attached to the bottom row. Children can then use the letters to help them put the picture back together.
Here are two pretty Christmas word jigsaws for the words "angel" and "bells". Print onto card and cut apart on the wavy lines. Now ask the kids to rebuild the words!
A cake and a candle are the next two Christmas word jigsaws. Just print onto card and cut apart on the wavy lines. Now put them back together again!
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, with the words "candy cane" and "decorations". Print into card, then cut apart along the wavy lines. Rebuilding the words is excellent practice for the kids.
Print out two little Christmas word jigsaws, holly and gingerbread, and then cut on the wavy lines. it is great word-building practice to put them back together again!
Here are two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time for mistletoe and pudding. Simple print out onto card and cut along the wavy lines. Now give to the kids to put the letters back into the right order and build the words.
Print our reindeer and snowflake word jigsaw out onto card at Christmas. Cut along the wavy lines. The children must build the words back together again, with the help of the picture.
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time of a stocking and a snowman. Print onto card and cut out along the wavy lines. Children now put them back together again, building familiarity with the spelling at the same time!
Print out these Christmas word jigsaws - a Christmas tree and Christmas wreath - onto card, and then cut along the dotted lines. Each segment of the jigsaw now has a letter on it. The children must put the jigsaw back together in the right order to spell the word.
Two more of our lovely printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time featuring some relatively simple words - "Santa" and "gift". Print onto card and then cut along the wavy lines.
This elephant spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word elephant. Print on to card, colour the picture and then cut the jigsaw into strips.
Here is a fun way to practise spellling! Print out this lovely African scene of the gazelle family, either in black-and-white or colour. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let your children re-assemble it.
Help the kids learn to spell the (rather strange) word "giraffe" with this fun spelling jigsaw. Print onto card and slice along the dotted lines. When they have the spelling sorted, cut the letters off the bottom and try the jigsaw without.
Print this hippo spelling jigsaw on to card and cut out along the dotted lines. For a rainy day project, choose our black and white version and colour the picture first.
Print out our kangaroo jigsaw onto printer card and then cut it up along the dotted lines. It's a fun way to learn to spell kangaroo. For older children, you could cut off the letters and just give them the picture to put back together again!
Print this jigsaw page onto card and then cut out along the dotted lines, for the kids to put together again! For older children you could cut off the letters - it's much harder to put the picture together without them!
The word lion may only have four letters but it is tricky to spell! Now children can practice by using our printable lion spelling jigsaw. Cut in to strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
Help children learn to spell in a fun way this International Peace Day with our peace spelling jigsaw. Print onto card, laminate and cut the jigsaw along the dotted lines. Children need to put the strips in order to complete the picture and spell the word peace.
Learn to spell the word rainbow with this fun printable jigsaw. Print out onto good card and slice along the vertical lines. Now when the kids put it back together again, they will be practising their rainbow colours and learning the word, too.
Learn to spell the shorter "rhino" - rhinoceros is just too tricky - with the help of this fun spelling poster. Print onto card and then slice vertically, ready for the kids to reassemble.
This sharks jigsaw can grow with your children. Start by printing it out and cutting along the vertical lines, leaving the letters attached. Now when the children put the jigsaw back together, they can use the picture to help them with the word - or vice versa.
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!
The kids can learn how to spell warthog with this simple printable jigsaw, which comes in colour or black and white. Print onto card, colour if appropriate, then slice up along the vertical lines.
Here's a lovley picture of two friendly whales to turn into a jigsaw for the kids. Leave the letters attached to the jigsaw for younger children, and then cut them off as they get older!
This wombat jigsaw can be adapted for a range of ages. Start by printing onto card and cutting the outline of the jigsaw. For younger children, cut the page into two horizontally: the first layer the top of the picture, the second layer the bottom of the picture and the letters.
This lovely bright jigsaw is quick to print out for the kids to try this Year of the Monkey, and it should help them to learn to spell the word "MONKEY" too. Cut along the dotted vertical lines and muddle up the pieces.
Arrange the letters at the ends of the jigsaw strips to spell out the word 'rooster' and complete the bright and cheerful picture on this Year of the Rooster spelling jigsaw.