Scroll down for tennis acrostic poem printables in four variations to suit all ages of children.
Lots NEW! Trace a tennis racquet, learn to write the word "tennis", have a go at an acrostic poem printables ... and more! Our tennis worksheets are perfect for Wimbledon fortnight or just keeping tennis interested and learning.
Whether your child is enjoying learning to play tennis, or you want a worksheet to accompany Wimbledon, the Summer Olympics, Commonwealth Games or another competition, this tennis finger tracing worksheet might be just the place to start!
One of the easier sports words to trace, we've given kids plenty of practise on this handwriting worksheet by repeating it 9 times and leaving space for their own attempts at the bottom of the page.
Trace over the dotted lines on this tennis player tracing page and create a picture. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines; older children directly on them.
This is the first of our tennis player tracing pages for kids - this one of a woman tennis player. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or pencil, and older children can trace over all the dotted lines.
A fun way to build pencil control, this tracing page features the outline of a tennis player and tennis racket.
Trace over the dotted lines of this simple tennis racquet (racket) and ball, and then colour in if you like. Two spellings available!
Kids can write about playing tennis, an exciting tennis match, or perhaps their favourite tennis player with this printable story paper, which comes either lined or with handwriting lines.
This interesting worksheet lists some of the tennis vocabulary that children may come across - some of it unusual and unique. We ask them to come up with a way to describe each set of words. The second page of the pdf file is some suggested answers. Yours may vary, of course.
Colour the tennis player and trace the word beneath - perfect for younger children, perhaps during Wimbledon?
This tennis themed writing page is great for inspiring young writers. Write about the picture or use your imagination to create a story or poem. Or perhaps use it for match reports, or to write about tennis tournaments like Wimbledon, or the Summer Olympics.