If it is not the weather for the beach children can still enjoy some surfing fun with this Complete the Surfer drawing puzzle.
Did you know that surfing originated in the Polynesian islands many years ago? Surfing became part of the culture of California early in the 20th Century, when the eccentric rich landowner Henry Huntington saw Hawaiian boys surfing while on holiday and decided to hire one of the boys to show off his skills at Redondo Beach, to entice people to the area!
Our Surfing Resources
This simple poster shows an illustration of a surf board - perfect for vocab work or for cutting out and using in your sporty seaside displays!
For letter writing or creative writing projects, this very cheerful 'surf's up' writing page is sure to encourage children to get writing over the summer.
It looks like someone is going to have fun this summer! Here's a simple colouring page of a boy and his surfboard to print for the kids.
This pretty surfboard has tropical flowers as decoration, so grab some colourful pens or pencils and get to work...
This colourful surf board makes a super-easy shape for younger kids to lace around, and is perfect for young surfer dudes in the making!
This wave looks perfect for surfing. Set your children the challenge to make a surfer to ride the wave on our surfer playdough mat.
Kids who love surfing and being by the beach may enjoy our surfing colouring pages! Just print and get colouring...
If the kids are planning to do some surfing this summer, this is the postcard to print and have ready! Colour, fold, glue back to back and you are ready to write and send it...
Surfing is definitely a cool sport, so I expect this fun surfing finger tracing worksheet and colouring page will go down well!
Everybody's gone surfing! Ask the kids to grab their crayons and colour in this surfer and beach accessories...
Here's a fun activity for a rainy day at the beach! Can the kids copy our picture of a surfer from the left grid to the right?
Kids can have a go at tracing the word "surfing" until they feel confident enough to write it themselves on the bottom line. Great practise - and there's a fun picture to colour in, too.
Do the kids love to surf - or look forward to trying one day? This is a poster for them, then! It's part of our seaside poster set.
There are days when I wish I could be out surfing like the boy in this colouring picture! Trace the word underneath when you've finished colouring him in...