Print our acorn frame in colour or black and white, lined or blank. Your choice! Use it for your writing projects in the Autumn... or perhaps for an oak tree project.
Tree printables of all sorts! We've got everything from writing paper to templates, including all sorts of Christmas tree printables for you to explore.
Our acorn lacing card is a lovely simple shape for younger children to practice their lacing or sewing skills on. Print onto card and punch holes around the outside, laminating it to make it longer lasting if you wish.
If you can't go out searching for acorns why not stay in and create your own! Get the kids to add acorns the majestic oak tree on our acorns playdough mat.
As a child I used to go on acorn-hunting walks with my Granny because she liked to collect acorns for display.
Print our apple tree playdough mat on to card and laminate. Children can decorate the tree with playdough apples. Use as a counting activity by asking children to add a particular number of apples to the tree.
Print this autumn leaf lacing card for some lacing or sewing fun with the little ones. Punch holes around the edges and then use a shoelace or wool to thread through. You might want to laminate it for durability.
This pretty autumn leaf scrapbook paper ties in with our other Autumn designs, and can be used in all sorts of crafty projects. You will need to enter the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" when prompted (case sensitive, without the quotation marks).
There's a simple repeating maple leaf design on this printable scrapbook paper, in autumn colours. The white background means it isn't too demanding on your printer ink!
Young children will love decorating our autumn tree playdough mat with brightly coloured leaves. What colours will they choose?
We know it is Autumn when the leaves turn and begin to fall off the trees. This simple Autumn poster shows just that. We have Spring, Summer and Winter in this poster set too.
There is nothing like an autumn tree in all its glory, and the one in this poster is a perfect example of autumn nature at it's best.
Rich Autumn colours and trees shedding their leaves are the theme of this pretty printable scrapbook paper. You will need to enter the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" when prompted (case sensitive, without the quotation marks).
Can the children draw on some lovely autumn leaves to complete this autumn picture? You could even find small leaves outside to paste on if you prefer, or cut leaf shapes out from autumn-coloured paper for some gluey fun.
For our American visitors, here's a "decorate the tree" printable for Fall. Children can draw or stick on lots of lovely fall leaves - some on the branches and lots on the ground beneath the tree!
Decorate this tree for Spring by drawing on fresh green leaves and pretty pink or white blossom! You could also use flower stickers, or scrunch up little pieces of pink or white tissue paper and glue them on...
Summer trees are full of green leaves, and sometimes fruit or flowers too. The children can use their colouring pencils and pens to decorate this tree, or perhaps cut leaves out from coloured paper and glue them on.
How will the kids decorate this tree for winter? They could glue on silver or white snowflakes cut from paper, or use snowflake or round sequins in the right colours. Perhaps a little glue on the edges of the branches and a sprinkle of white glitter?
If you are Fall rather than Autumn, here's our Fall tree poster for you! It's fun to display in the classroom and shows a tree losing its yellow and brown leaves.
Swishing through autumn's piles of leaves is always fun. Perhaps this poster of fallen leaves will inspire the kids to go out on a walk with you to see what they can find...
This lovely poster shows clearly the four different seasons, with a tree changing with the seasons. You could also cut the individual pictures out to make four cards.
"He who plants a tree plants a hope." This photographic poster illustrates the quote by Lucy Lurcom and could be useful for National Tree Week or Arbor Day.
When I was young, autumn was a time for playing conkers ... and having brothers, I had to be quite brave about the bruises that I picked up in the games!
This is a set of simple A4 posters to encourage children to count apples from 0 to 10. How many apples are on the tree? We have a colour and black and white version available.
Use this layered Christmas tree template in your crafts. The larger sizes also make interesting writing frames, especially if grouped as a "forest" on the board.
This Christmas tree template could be useful for all sorts of crafty Christmas projects. It's simple outlines make it simple for younger children to cut out.
This simple leaf frame comes in blank or lined versions, so you can use it for all kinds of writing or artwork projects.
Here is a pretty leaf template which you can use at any time of year, but is of course particularly useful in autumn.
This very distinctive leaf template is obviously that of an oak leaf. You can print it out in three different sizes from the PDF below.
Here is the fourth of our printable leaf templates, available in three different sizes. This one is a little trickier to cut out.
This is the simplest of our leaf templates – in fact you could use it as a simple writing frame, or print out the various sizes in lots of different colours and use them for children to create a tree, perhaps with messages on.
This leaves frame is really versatile - perfect for pictures, artwork and photographs, or use the lined version for writing work. You can also use different colours to match the seasons.
Colour in all the pretty leaves on this frame and then write a poem, draw a picture or put anything you like inside! You could use greens for a spring/summer frame or browns, oranges, reds and yellows for an autumn frame.
There are three versions of this colourful maple leave border; lined, plain, or half lined. Use to take leaf rubbings on an autumn walk, record a trip to Canada or draw a Canada Day picture.
Write a shape poem, draw a picture of Canada, or find out about maple trees and record your findings. With lined and blank versions available there are lots of ways to use our maple leaf frame.
These maple leaves need some colour and decoration! Get out the playdough and decorate the maple leaves on this playdough mat in yellow and orange for autumn or maybe bright red for Canada Day.
Maple leaves for autumn or for Canada .. this lovely poster will show the kids exactly what they look like.
Maple seeds are a treasure to be discovered on your autumn walks with the kids, with the colour so typical of autumn. Share this poster with the kids or put it in your autumn displays and ask if the children can bring in any "real" examples.
Fun for Autumn, here's a printable oak leaf lacing card for sewing or lacing. Laminate for durability or for repeat use. For older children you could prick a series of holes along the veins for them to stitch with a blunt needle and embroidery thread or wool.
This photographic poster illustrates the quote by Warren Buffet: Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. Use it with the kids to discuss how long-term thinking is essential.
There is possibly nothing prettier in spring than the site of a tree covered in blossom. Children can use their playdough - pink or white perhaps - to cover our spring tree in playdough blossom!
Blossom abounds on this pretty spring tree poster - perfect for heralding the beginning of spring in the classroom or home! Alternatively display it with the rest of our seasonal tree posters when learning about the four seasons.
Get out the green playdough to add lots of leaves to this summer tree playdough mat. Perhaps you could add a bird or two too?
This lovely poster of a summer tree is one of a set of four, for each of the seasons. Display it on its own to welcome in the summer, or with the other three trees for your Seasons display.
Use this teardrop tree template for your collage and craft projects, at Christmas (it makes a lovely simple Christmas tree for children to cut out) or any time.
This tree cutting shapes worksheet has three trees to test children's cutting skills. Cutting is a great way to build up hand strength.
This tree is bright green for summer, which makes it perfect for lacing! Print onto card, cut out and punch holes around the edges for the kids to lace or sew.
Print this tree lacing card onto card, cut out carefully, laminate and then punch holes around the edges for the children to lace.
This pretty tree template could be useful for all sorts of crafty nature or Christmas projects! And of course it makes a very simple colouring page for the youngest children, too.
Just print this card (using your borderless settings for the best result) then fold, for a colourful instant greetings card for tree-loving friends and family..
The trees in this beautiful scrapbook paper are covered in hearts, so they are perfect for Valentine's Day, especially with the pink background. But of course you could use this page any time as it really is too pretty to save just for one occasion!
This beautiful Valentine's Day scrapbook paper design comes in various colourways. This paper has a white background so is easy on the printer ink. You will need the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" (without quotation marks) to open the pdf file.
Can your children use their playdough to add some snow to the branches of the fir tree on our winter tree playdough mat?