Bears love honey, and this gorgeous bear needs some help finding his way to the honey pot! Get the children to guess which line leads to the honey and then trace with their fingers or a pencil to see if they were right.
Teddy Bear Printables
Explore our teddy bear printables for kids! We've got all sorts for you to print here, including alphabet and number teddies, printable cards, certificates, puzzles, teddies for sorting, teddy place and name cards and lots more!
Use this "bear fact families" blank to work on any fact families with the kids. Write three numbers on the tulips and then ask the children to write the 4 number sentences that make up the fact family on the bear's tummy.
Learn about fact families up to 10 with the help of these lovely bears! There are 4 worksheets in this set, giving 12 problems for the kids to tackle. On each worksheet we've started them off on the first bear.
Practise fact families up to 20 with the help of these delightful bears! We've provided the numbers and a little prompting, and there's space on the bear's tummies to write out the number sentences for each fact family.
Will this cute bear be going on a teddy bear's picnic, or is a wild bear living in the woods? We're sure he'll inspire the kids to write something creative!
I can't imagine many more appealing ways for a young child to practise their pencil control skills than tracing the dotty lines on our lovely bear tracing page.
Dress teddy, bunny, lion and foxy in their smart fabric masks to keep them safe when out and about. This cut and paste activity is a great way to talk about mask-wearing post-covid with younger children.
Use the numbers on the bear's heart on the left to fill in the hearts and complete the addition sums.
Our learn to draw a bear, really isn't very scary. He'd make a good teddy bear. Can the kids draw 3? Daddy bear, Mummy Bear and Baby Bear ready and waiting for Goldilocks.
This set of cards - part of our Mix and Match collection - provide up to 10 teddies for the kids to count! Use them on their own or match them up with number cards or other picture cards from the collection.
How many squares in the grid will the kids have to copy over before they can work out what this mystery picture is? Don't tell them it's a teddy! Choose from puzzle 1 (16 squares) and puzzle 2 (64 squares) below.
This lovely pink teddy jigsaw is easy to make. Firstly print out onto card, then choose a cutting guide and then lay the template over the card picture and cut out the shapes. If you wanted a very simple version for a young child just cut into strips or squares.
Cut out the tummy of this cute pink teddy and fill the space with a little photo. Cover the back of the photo with a small piece of card to hold in place. Cut out the teddy if you wish, and laminate.
Encourage learning of the alphabet with these cute lower case teddy bears! They could be threaded on a string to hang up, or printed onto card for sorting into the correct order, or used as flashcards.
This charming upper case teddy bear set can be printed and cut out to help children become familiar with the alphabet. Used in conjunction with our lower case set you could even form words or sentences.
Print out these teddy posters to reinforce learning of the alphabet. They will brighten up any wall in your house or classroom. This set is in lower case, but we have an upper case version too.
These teddy bear alphabet posters make a great display of the upper case alphabet. Use with our lower case set to spell out your class or child's name perhaps? They print out one teddy / letter per page...
Certificates can be a great way to reinforce good behaviour or reward extra achievement or effort. This teddy awards certificate looks fantastic and will be gratefully received by boys or girls.
Help kids learn to tell the time with the help of this adorable teddy bear clock! You can make him very quickly. All you need are some printable card and a split pin (brad), a pair of scissors for cutting out, and some glue or sticky tape.
Sorting activities are satisfying and fun. Use this blue teddy sorting page alone, or alongside our other teddy sorting pages in different colurs. Counting, pairing, and size ordering are a few activities to try.
These bright and cheerful green teddy bear sorting sheets are a great activity for young children. You could get the child to have a go at cutting them out too. Then use them to make pairs and groups. Use just green ones, or mix with our other teddy sorting printables in different colours.
Our versatile sorting teddy bears can be used in so many ways. There are sets in red, blue, green, white and yellow. Sort within the colours into sizes or sets or mix them all together for more of a challenge.
Sort this white teddy bear set into pairs or size order. Or print some other sets in different colours and add a further sorting element. This set is useful if you want to save on ink, too ...
Print out these teddy bears for lots of sorting fun. You could match into pairs, order in size or put into teddy families! Really good for younger children.
This is one very versatile teddy bear template! Print in various sizes to draw around and make your own pictures, cards, or decorations. Alternatively print out and draw on a face and outfit. You could make a whole family of bears!
What will happen if you go down to the woods today? Perhaps this story paper is based on the famous Teddy Bear's Picnic rhyme. Available in both lines and handwriting lines for younger children.
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear is an ideal introduction to dice games for very young children. They can learn to count the dots on the die and begin to recognise the patterns on the die by looking for the matching pattern on the teddies.
This cute teddy congratulations certificate in pink will definitely appeal to little girls. Use to reward any special moment in your day.
This teddy jigsaw is a great activity for you to make for your child, or get an older child to make their own! There are a variety of cutting guides to choose from. If this one proves popular have a look at our other jigsaws, we have lots!
Here's a tricky puzzle for the kids to work on! Take letters from the teddy's heart to answer the clues, filling in the boxes as you go. The letters which are left over then need to be unscrambled to form another word...
Everyone likes a little praise and your child will be very proud to receive this delightful teddy medal certificate.
We love these teddy bear name badges and hope you do too! We have two versions - one blank and one with handwriting lines for the kids to write their own names, in which case they will wear their badges all the more proudly!
I just love these teddy number cards and we hope the kids do too! Use these as flashcards, for card games, for counting practice...
Print out these teddy number posters to decorate your wall at home or in the classroom. Or use them as giant cards for putting in order, forwards or backwards, from 1 to 20!
Who wouldn't want to count these cute teddy numbers? Print out and cut into cards and you can order them forwards and backwards, stick them on the wall, print an extra copy and play snap, hang them on a washing line...we have even more ideas on our number cards page!
Six gorgeous teddies illustrate these printable place cards, which will cheer up a classroom or be useful for a teddy bear picnic or party! Write names on the front, cut out and fold.
The teddy on this poster looks very cuddly indeed! Perfect to print and display in a nursery or bedroom.
Reward some great behaviour or impressive effort with this teddy themed well done certificate. It will appeal to boys or girls and has space for their name, reason they are being awarded the certificate, and a line for the all important official signature.