See if you can complete the picture of the whale using the image underneath to guide you. This is a great one for children who find the grid copying activities a bit too tricky.
Whales can be huge! The largest animal ever to have existed is the blue whale, which can grow to 30 metres long (that's 98 feet)! There are millions of whales in the world's oceans.
We've got some fun whale colouring pages, worksheets, puzzles and other printables to explore below...
Practice writing the letter W with this worksheet, which also offers children the chance to draw or stick pictures of things that begin with the letter W.
Children can learn to draw this lovely whale with our step by step drawing tutorials - and when they've perfected the art, colour him in!
Reward second place in your swimming competition with this certificate, illustrated by a friendly whale.
Trace over the dotted lines on this worksheet. There's lots of practice - first in the picture of the whale, and second in the letter W.
Here's a nice challenge for the kids - to write an acrostic poem using the letters from the word WHALE. We have four printables to choose from to make it more fun - and they make nice writing frames too!
Younger children will enjoy matching up the colours and numbers on this lovely whale colour by number puzzle.
I love this cheerful whale colouring page, and I hope that the kids do too! It's got nice simple outlines so is perfect for younger children.
This lovely whale is jumping for joy - and he's perfect for younger children to colour in lovely bright colours!
There are two versions of this cute whale colouring page included in this printable, one with the word 'whale' ready printed and the other with the word in dots so the children can go over it themselves and practise their writing once they've coloured the picture.
Here's a fun dot to dot for younger children. Join up the numbers, capital letters or lower case letters to reveal a friendly whale.
Children can start to learn how to write the word WHALE with our fun finger tracing worksheet, and colour in the picture, too.
Our grid copy pictures are a fun way for kids to learn to draw simple pictures - and they involve careful counting, pencil control and copying skills too. Here's a lovely whale grid copy to try.
The children will have plenty of time to perfect their handwriting with this fun handwriting worksheet featuring the word whale!
This printable whale jigsaw makes a fun, quick activity. It's easy to make using our instructions and cutting guides (choose from various different levels to suit the child) and you can store it in an envelope or ziplog bag to play again.
Here's a fun printable lacing card featuring a whale which your children will love to lace or sew! Punch holes around the edges and either sew or lace with a shoelace or wool. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse. Click the link below for our printable version.
This whale lacing card has a nice simple outline for children to practise sewing skills by punching holes and lacing around the outside.
These whale notebooking pages come in two varieties - one with box for a picture or illustration, one just with lines. They are useful for collecting your research on this wonderful sea
This lovely whale poster would look super framed and displayed in the classroom, playroom - or bathroom! Who could fail to be cheered up by his silly smile?
This humpback whale certainly looks like he's enjoying his freedom as he leaps out of the sea! Print this photographic poster using your borderless settings for best results.
The whale soaring out of the water on this poster is a truly majestic sight! For best results, print this poster using the borderless settings on your printer.
I think the kids could write a lovely story about a whale, inspired by the picture on this story paper!
This lovely whale template is perfect for younger children, being simple to cut out and rather smiley! You could also use it as a simple writing frame.
Our second whale template comes complete with an attached spout! You might want to cut it off with younger children, or cut it out of a separate (blue) colour).
Our third whale template has a rather wicked smile, which will have to be cut out carefully. He also has a lovely "spout" to cut out separately and add.
Ready for an underwater theme or perhaps bible class, let children practice their pencil control by tracing the lines on our whale tracing page.
This funny whale is blowing heart shaped bubbles, which makes him great for Valentine's Day - but of course you can get the kids to trace him any time. We've provided double lines for plenty of pencil control practice.
Here's one of our fun worksheets, designed to encourage children to find out and record some interesting facts about whales. Available in colour or black and white below.
Use this fun writing page - available in both colour or black and white - to keep notes on what you've learned about whales, practice handwriting, or write stories...
This lovely bright and cheerful card featuring a pair of happy whales is sure to go down well - whether you use it for birthdays, thank yous, or just to say hello. Just print onto good A4 paper or card and fold in half, preferably using your printer's borderless settings.
Colour in this fun picture of two cheerful whales frolicking in the ocean, then fold in half for a really original card that they are sure to appreciate! If you need something quicker we have a pre-coloured version, too.
Here's a delightful colouring page to print for the kids, showing two cheerful whales enjoying their ocean!
This fun poster of two friendly whales prints full size onto A4 paper (use your borderless settings) and makes a cheerful picture on a nursery or child's bedroom wall.
Choose from lined or handwriting versions of our whale scene story paper. Use to display poetry or story writing, and don't forget to colour in the picture!