These fun worksheets present a collection of colourful objects in various arrays. We ask the kids to loop 10 of them together, then count on to find the total. There are 4 in the set, and they come in UK and US versions.
Our third set of "count on from 10" worksheets sticks with the 10 frame + more format, but this time asks children to fill in the missing numbers of an addition sum underneath the illustration.
These worksheets are a little different from our first set although they look similar. On this set of 4 (available in US versions too) we ask children to colour in the extra counters needed to make the number in the box.
This colourful set of worksheets encourages children to count on from 10 by providing a set of 10 pictures or counters on a ten frame, and then some more..
Each of this printable provides two useful double-sets of ten towers, perfect for learning to count on from 10 to 20, addition within 20 and so on. They come in a variety of colours and we've included 3 sets of 20 counters too.
Print out these frames, laminate them if you wish, and use them with counters or other small objects for learning to count on from 10, addition within 20, subtraction within 20 etc.
Use this set of 10 printables as individual posters, or line them up as a frieze or banner. Alternatively, laminate them and use them as mats in the classroom, to help children visualise and understand how the numbers are made up of 10 plus another number.
Print and cut out these ordinal number cards and use them in many different ways. Shuffle them up and get the kids to put them back into order. Combine them with our set from 1st to 10th and use them to label objects in order.
Colour in the numbers and trace the dotted letters to spell the words from eleven to twenty - good handwriting practice while you learn your numbers.
There are 10 worksheets in this pack, featuring a number a page. We provide a variety of different tracing opportunities and then space for your children to try writing the word on their own.
Here are the words eleventh through to twentieth in our "mix and match" format. Print them out for the kids to put into order or match to other mix and match cards.
Mix and match these number word cards with our number cards or ordinal number cards - or use them for comparing and ordering activities.
Download these finger tracing worksheets for numbers eleven to twenty in one pack. Children can connect the number to the number word and practise their handwriting - perhaps with a dry wipe pen, if you laminate the worksheets first.
Here's a simple Mothering Sunday poster that you can print as a reminder or a decoration on the day. It is best printed using your printer's borderless settings.
Even in this digital age there are many of us who love a good book - and who love colouring in, too! Print this card and colour it in for someone special.
Do you know anybody who loves books? Then this is the card to give them - and they will love it even more because of the effort gone in to colouring it.
This lovely colouring page, designed for older children and adults, will strike a chord with all us book lovers! We've left a border around the outside so that you can frame it if you wish, once coloured in. Perfect for a library colouring page, perhaps?
Here's a colouring page for all you book lovers out there - and that makes it one for me, too. Colour in this lovely design with the words "So Many Books, So Little Time". We've left a border around it so that you can treat it as a print and frame it when done.
Our 2nd set of story paper for Francis Drake is designed for older children and including a portrait colouring page of him to colour in and 3 pages to use, including space for your own pictures, illustrations or diagrams. Perfect for project work.
Younger children can record what they've learned about the famous pirate Blackbeard using our fun writing page - we've got two versions to download, colour or black and white.
Here's a fun worksheet all about the infamous pirate Blackbeard (available in colour and black and white). The children need to find out a few facts and also think about if they would have liked to meet him and what they would talk about (would they be brave enough?)...
We have two Blackbeard notebooking pages for the children to choose from for their project work - both pages feature an illustration of the fearsome pirate. Perfect for older children, they come in a choice of lined or with a box for pictures.
Here's a fun activity for the kids to try. Can they use our Blackbeard newspaper writing prompt to a write about an event in his life - maybe the one time he gave up piracy, or a report on his final battle?
Can the kids imagine they are a talk show host and that they are interviewing the famous pirate Blackbeard? What sort of questions would they ask? He might be a tricky person to get to talk, so how would they encourage him to give some good answers, and what would the audience want to hear?
Can the kids imagine that they are looking for a pirate crew to join and write to Blackbeard asking to become one of his shipmates? They might need to use some persuasive language skills...
Our Sir Francis Drake writing page is designed for younger kids to record what they have learned about the famous sea captain. Choose from colour or black or white.
This worksheet is designed to get the kids thinking about what it would be like to meet Sir Francis Drake and what they would talk about, and also find out some basic facts about the famous privateer. There are two versions to choose from, colour or black and white.
Write a newspaper report on one of Sir Francis Drake's exciting voyages using our newspaper writing prompt.
Here are two Anne Bonny notebooking pages to choose from, so the kids can record what they have learned about the famous pirate.
Our Anne Bonny writing page comes in black and white or colour, and is perfect for younger kids to record some facts that they have learned about the famous lady pirate.
Anne Bonny was certainly an interesting character and she had an eventful life - our worksheet asks the kids to find out some basic facts about her, but also asks them to think if they would like to have met her and what they would have talked to her about?
Can the kids use our newspaper writing prompt to write about an interesting event in Anne Bonny's life? How about when she was captured but managed to have her life spared in prison?
Our fun worksheet asks the kids to imagine they are a talk show host interviewing Anne Bonny. What kind of questions would the audience want to hear? And how would you get the famous pirate to give the best answers?
Our Anne Bonny booklet is a great place to record all the information the kids have learned about the famous female pirate. Choose from our lined or blank version, and refer to our origami booklet page for instructions on how to fold the booklet.
Playdough is a fantastic material for young children to work with. This printable playdough mat lets them use their creativity to make their own treasure map where they can add mountains, trees, caves - anything they can think of!
The children will need lots of playdough in bright jewel colours to fill the treasure chest with pirate booty! If you laminate the card once you've printed it, the kids can reuse it lots of times...
Young children will love adding some bright sails to this pirate ship. What colours will they choose?
Shiver me timbers! Children can use playdough to make a hat, hook and peg leg for this pirate - and if you laminate the card you can reuse the mat lots of times!