This is the hardest of our train mazes. Can you find the way through the hexagonal maze? We've included the solution in the pdf in case you get stuck.
The second of our train mazes asks you to find a path through this simple circular maze. It will provide fun pencil control practice for young children as they have to try and stay within the lines.
Choose from the two designs of notebooking page below to write about Diana, Princess of Wales. The first has space for the children to do their own drawing, or cut and stick a picture, too.
Here's a simple and fun maze for young children to practice on. They need to find a path from the girl to the train.
This ship maze is quite tricky; it will take some logical thought to find a path to the ship in the centre of the maze.
This ship maze is by far the hardest of our transport themed mazes. A real challege for older children and perhaps adults too. The solution is included in the pdf so make sure you don't look at page 2 unless you want a hint.
We've included the solution in the pdf of this ship maze in case you need a helping hand. It isn't too difficult though.
Set sail with this fun triangular shaped maze. Can your children help the girl find her way to the ship?
It can be hard to find your car in a car park! Can your children find a path through this maze to help the boy find his car?
The fourth and hardest of our bus maze puzzles has a big square maze to work through. We've included the solution if you need to check your answer.
Can you help the boy through the circular maze in time to catch the bus? Lots of practice drawing curved lines while having fun.
Children can practise keeping a steady hand as they trace between the lines to help the girl through the maze to the bus.
The first of our bus mazes is a simple one for young children with the interest of being triangular in shape.
We've included the solution in the pdf for this aeroplane maze. With it's detailed grid it will provide a fun challenge for older children.
Our fun circular maze comes in aeroplane and airplane versions, both of which have the puzzle and the solution to download.
Keep children busy when waiting at an airport with our printable aeroplane maze. We also have an airplane version.
Are you getting ready to fly away on holiday? Keep children busy during the pre-holiday preparations with this aeroplane or airplane maze.
We've embellished this lovely colouring pages of Diana, Princess of Wales, with a frame, to turn it into a lovely portrait that you can colour and cut out. August 2017 will mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's tragic death, aged 36.
Here is a lovely colouring page of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in August 1997, aged 36. Diana was the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry.
Set sail on board this ship but before you do make sure it's seaworthy by following the dots to complete the picture.
Have fun with early counting skills by following the numbers 1-10 to complete this lorry dot to dot and then get out the crayons and colour it in.
Get ready for back to school with this simple school bus dot to dot. Don't forget to colour in the bus when you've drawn it!
Thic car dot to dot is one of the simplest dot to dots we have and a fun way to get children to practise counting and pencil skills.
Follow the numbers 1 to 15 to complete the outside of this aeroplane. We also have an "airplane" version to download and print below.
Children can learn more about the humble earthworm by researching the answers to the questions on this worksheet. Chose from colour or black and white versions.
A trip to the library or an internet search will help children do the research they need to complete this spider fact finding worksheet.
We have black and white or colour versions as well as ladybird or ladybug options for these fun fact finding worksheets.
They might be the gardener's enemy but there is something appealing about an animal that carries its home on its back. Children can learn more about snails by doing their research and filling in the sections on this snail worksheet.
Perhaps a summer walk or a read of Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach has inspired an interest in grasshoppers. This simple grasshopper fact finding worksheet is a good starting place.
Do children know how crickets make music? They can record what they know about crickets on this cricket worksheet.
Children will need to use books or the internet as well as their own knowledge to complete this caterpillar worksheet.
Our butterfly worksheet would be a fun activitiy on a summer walk or a visit to a butterfly house where children can observe these beautiful minibeasts.
Children need to describe the appearance and behaviour of beetles on this beetle fact finding worksheet.
Learn about bees and their importance as pollinators with help from this fact finding worksheet. Chose from colour or black and white.
Ants are found nearly everywhere on Earth. Children can use our ant worksheet to learn more about these globe-trotting creatures.