Find 10 less than each of the numbers on the squirrels - then match it to an acorn! A fun worksheet for autumn.
A collection of fun squirrel worksheets including word tracing sheets, acrostic poem printables, fact-finding worksheets and notebooking paper.
For each squirrel the kids need to find an acorn with a number 10 less - perfect for an autumn maths drill!
Can the children match up the squirrels with an acorn that has a number 100 less? There are 6 to try on this worksheet.
Solve the long number sentences to work out the final answer. There are 2 similar worksheets in this set, for extra practice, both themed for autumn.
Solve the long number sentences - which will involve decimals, negative numbers and other Year 5 level maths skills.
This number sentence involves squares and cubes, negative numbers and more - we've aimed it at Year 6 kids.
This lovely squirrel is sure to be a favourite with the kids, and his simple, square shape and lines make him relatively easy to cut out if you take it slowly. You could print the page on grey or brown paper and then make a display with the squirrels.
How well do the kids know their equivalent fractions? This squirrel-themed worksheet tests them on 1/2, 2/3 and 3/4.
Have a go at a acrostic poem using the word SQUIRREL. This pretty printable will make it all the more fun!
Have some fun with these squirrel acrostic printables - see if the kids can come up with some good squirrel poems!
Colour in the cheeky squirrel and then finger trace the letters of his name beneath! Perfect for younger children.
Practice writing the tricky word "squirrel" with this fun handwriting worksheet, which starts kids off by tracing the word...
We've got two variations on our printable notebooking paper with squirrels as the theme - choose the most appropriate and download and print below.
Our gorgeous squirrel sits proudly above a set of lines or handwriting lines - to encourage the kids to get their pencils out and start writing! And why not colour him in, too...
Trace the dotted lines of this cheeky squirrel. It's good practice for pincer control and pre-writing skills and perfect for the autumn classroom.
Help the kids learn about squirrels with this fun fact-finding worksheet, available in colour or black and white
Studying squirrels? Why not print a copy of this squirrel writing page for the kids to use for their research?
Here's a fun way to practice your ordinal numbers - with a jigsaw of cheeky squirrels! Cut out around the edges, then slice along the vertical lines. When the kids are passed the ordinal numbers stage, you can always cut off the numbers and use as a simple jigsaw.