It's not that hard to draw a boy playing squash - if you follow along with our step by step tutorial! And of course you can adapt the picture easily to be a girl, instead.
Did you know that squash was invented at Harrow School? It's a fast racquet game with a squishy, small rubber ball, in which either 2 or 4 players hit the ball against the 4 walls of the squash court. You have to be very fit and very fast to be good at squash!
We've got a fun colouring page and set of printables here that the kids can enjoy. Squash is one of the 17 sports being enjoyed at the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
I love this freckled squash player - and I hope you do too! Younger kids will enjoy colouring in his simple outlines.
Reluctant writers can sometimes be encouraged by a fun worksheet, and we hope that this squash finger tracing worksheet will be appreciated by the kids!
When you look at the word "squash" on the page, it's a very funny word! And it's a fun word to say, too. There's plenty of practise to be had writing the word with this worksheet, and a picture to colour in at the end.
Squash is a fast sport - and one for which you have to be very fit to play well! Kids can colour in this nifty squash player and trace the word "squash" too.
Here's another writing page - this time for the exciting sport of squash! Choose from black and white or colour.