We've provided plenty of help for early learners with these "trace the number" worksheets, for numbers 0 to 10. Start on the dot and follow the direction of the arrow.
Fun to print and display "as is", or to cut out and use on your notice boards and around the classroom, this "I Love School" poster is perfect for the start of a new year, a new term, or any time at all!
This "Back to School" poster printable isn't too greedy when it comes to printer ink but still colourful and welcoming for the kids!
Here's an interesting and challenging solar eclipse worksheet that will require some brain power from the kids to complete! Can the children draw paths of light from the sun to show where on the earth will see a total or partial eclipse?
A solar eclipse is a fascinating astronomical event and a great learning opportunity for kids.This Solar Eclipse worksheet has some challenging questions to really get them thinking and it'll test their research skills too!
Anyone who has ever experienced a solar eclipse will know it's a truly memorable event! The kids can write down their own experience of the solar eclipse on our Solar Eclipse notebooking pages.
Kids can print and fold this Solar Eclipse booklet then maybe write a report about the eclipse detailing what they experienced during this amazing celestial event? They could also write some interesting facts about the eclipse or perhaps a poem?
On August 21st 2017, millions of people across the United States will see either a partial or total eclipse of the sun - a truly wonderful sight!
Many people consider a total eclipse to be the sight of a lifetime, and the Great American Eclipse is nearly here- the kids won't want to miss this special experience!
Welcome the kids back to school this year by printing our cheerful Welcome Back whiteboard poster and displaying it in the classroom.
Here's a fun welcome back card for the kids to make and write messages in for their friends. Simply print and fold then write a welcome back message! Maybe try this as a classroom activity to break the ice on the first week back at school?
This Back to School bunting featuring lovely pictures of children holding letters will look stunning displayed in the classroom and is bound to make the kids feel happy to be back! Cut out each shape and fold at the dotted line over a length of string or ribbon, and glue in place.
Welcome the kids back to school by displaying this pretty, colourful bunting in the classroom! Letters spell out "Welcome Back To School" and we've also provided some gorgeous back to school themed patterned flags so you can extend the bunting as far as you need it.
This rainbow coloured welcome back poster will look so cheerful displayed in any classroom. Great for schools, nurseries and clubs returning after the holidays.
It's time to go back to school! Print this fun poster and display in the classroom to make the kids feel welcome back at school after the holidays.
It can sometimes feel strange going back to school after the long summer holidays! Kids can welcome their friends back with this fun welcome back card, or teachers can hand them out to their class. Simply print and fold to make a delightful card!
Children would love to receive this colourful welcome back card on their first day back at school! Simply print and fold, then write a welcome back message inside.
We've got lots of lovely back to school themed posters to print and display around the classroom. This fun poster has "welcome back" written on a chalk board, great for any classroom, nursery or school club.
Print out and fold these welcome back cards with a fun blackboard picture on and let the kids write their own message inside, then they can send the card to a friend or a teacher.
Here's our 5th set of teacher postcards - we've designed these to be used by teachers just before the kids go back to school. Simply print, cut out and fold in half, and glue the non-printed sides together. We've got lined and blank versions to choose from.
Teachers can use these cheerful postcards to introduce themselves to their new class before the term starts. Print out the postcard, cut them out carefully, fold in half then glue together. They can be used for lots of other fun classroom activities too!
These colourful teacher postcards are a great way for teachers to introduce themselves to children before the new school year starts or as a fun first day back at school activity for the kids. Simply print, cut out, fold in half and glue together so the printed sides are on the outside.
Make the classroom look welcoming and fun for the new school year by printing and displaying some of our cheerful back to school posters. This back to school poster has a lovely bright design and will brighten up any classroom wall!
Here's a cheerful back to school card to print out. Simply print and fold, then write a message inside - great for teachers to send to the kids before school starts or for part of a back to school class activity.
Brighten up the classroom by printing and displaying this back to school blackboard poster ready for the kids to come back after the holidays!
Our back to school cards have many uses - teachers could send them to their pupils to introduce themselves before term starts, or the kids could send them to classmates? Just print and fold then write a message inside.
Here's a fun printable word search puzzle with ten words to find all about Grandparents' Day. Maybe the kids and grandparents could enjoy this puzzle together? We've also included the solution.
Can the kids unscramble the words on our fun Grandparents' Day Word Scramble? There are a couple of tricky ones here, so maybe Grandma or Grandad can help? We've also included the solution.
Grandparents love to receive a cake made by their grandchildren - can the kids help this girl take her cake to Grandpa through the maze? We've included the solution to help if they get stuck.
Here's a lovely maze for the kids to have a go at, perfect for a Grandparents' Day activity. Can you help the little boy ride his bike through the maze to visit his Grandma? We've included the solution too.
Here's a fun activity for Grandparent's Day - how many words of two letters or more can the kids make from the letters in GRANDPARENTS' DAY? This is a fun solo activity and also great as a family challenge against the clock.
Boggler puzzles can be enjoyed by all ages so this is a perfect activity for the family to try on Grandparents' Day. The aim is to find as many words as possible, with extra points for words with a Grandparents' Day theme!
This Grandparents' Day alphabet challenge is a great family activity! Try to come up with a Grandparents' Day themed word for every letter of the alphabet.
Here's a more challenging word search puzzle for Grandparents' Day. Can the kids find the words meaning grandmother in 12 different languages that are hidden in the puzzle? We've also included the solution.
How many new words can the kids make using the letters in GRANDMOTHER? There are probably a lot more than you think! Great as a solo challenge, or perhaps the whole family can have a little competition on Grandparents' Day?
Our Grandfather word search is more difficult than some of our other word search puzzles and is a great challenge for older kids. Can the kids find the 12 words meaning grandfather in different languages? The solution is included too.
How many smaller words can the kids make out of the letters in GRANDFATHER? Kids can challenge themselves, or race against a friend or family member.
Design a T-shirt for Grandad for Grandparents' Day - what does Grandad love the most? My kids would choose a sport or gardening theme for their Grandad, but the possibilities are endless!