Children can practise their cutting skills on these spring flower shapes - a daffodil and a tulip. Colour them in when they are done!
Tulips are spring flowers, and their bright colours and shape appeal to children - and of course they are perfect for children's crafts, as you can see below!
If you print out this cutting skills worksheet onto brightly coloured paper, you can make a pretty display of spring tulips with the finished product!
You know it is well and truly Spring when the tulips start to appear! Children can learn to draw their own tulips by following our step to step drawing tutorials...
These pretty tulips are perfect for Mother's Day cards, Spring decorations, or just to cheer you up! The flower is relatively easy but the stem is stiff to fold and may not be suitable for younger children.
Here's a fun way to give a gift with a hidden surprise! Make them with your little ones for Spring, Easter or Mother's Day... they are a super classroom take-home activity for Mother's Day in particular.
Use these pretty printables to encourage some poetry writing. Children will need to write five lines, each starting with the appropriate letter of the word T-U-L-I-P.
This tulip colouring page is very pretty and would be a great activity when Spring is in the air. Children can choose the colour of the flower themselves - or maybe colour a whole garden's worth!
Finger tracing is a good introduction to writing and this tulip page is a very pretty way to practise!
As you see the bulbs starting to sprout in Spring, have fun with this grid copy and create your own image of a tulip. Great for improving concentration and pen control.
Writing is not an easy skill to learn, but it can be made a bit more fun with handwriting worksheets like this one, featuring a tulip! Lots of opportunity to trace and learn the letter formation and a picture to colour in too!
Kids can make this pretty magnet for a Mother's Day gift or just to cheer up the house during Spring!
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Kids can use their playdough to add a tulip to the stem we provide on this playdough mat. Tulips come in all sorts of different colours - yellow, pink, orange, red, purple, black...
There are lots of things you can write about tulips on this story paper. What colour is it? How did it grow? Where does it grow? When you've finished colour in the picture!
This lovely tulip template includes the tulip's stem and a little pot too - and it looks absolutely gorgeous cut from a selection of different bright plain and patterned paper and lined up in a row - perhaps along the bottom of a noticeboard or on a windowsill!
This tulip template design is perfect for younger children as the shapes are simple to cut out and stick together. We have two sizes - one per page and two per page.
This tulip tracing page is nice and simple for younger children. Trace around the dotted lines then colour it in. We also have this illustration available as a tulip template for crafty projects, in two different sizes.
Use this pretty tulip writing frame for Spring writing projects and get the kids to colour in the stem and leaves when they are done. You can also use the blank version as a template for your crafty projects, displays etc.
Spring is a great time to learn about things growing, such as flowers, and this writing page features the tulip. Perhaps you could write about the method of planting a bulb and then actually plant one? You can print this in black and white or colour.