I see a bird with a bright red chest, it's a garden favourite who sings the best...it's a robin! Print this lovely poster of one of Britain's best-loved birds for your classroom display.
Here's a handwriting worksheet featuring the word "robin" for the children to trace, then try on their own.
The bright orange-yellow eye-ring and beak make adult male blackbirds one of the UK's most striking garden birds. Print our simple poster of one for your factbooks or displays.
There's plenty of handwriting practice on this blackbird worksheet! Trace the letters in various formats and then write the word by yourself on the last line...
The children will need a red pencil, felt-tip or crayon to colour in this robin using the smaller picture as a guide.
There's a small picture of a blackbird in the top corner of this colouring page to 'prompt' the children with their colouring.
Male blackbirds are black, but females are dark brown. Which will you choose for this colouring page?
Here's a great activity to help encourage the children to be more active and also get involved in the story of The Gingerbread Man. Print and read out the story and get the kids involved by asking them to take part in the suggested actions and yoga poses - so much fun!
Our simple printable yoga cards are a great way to introduce yoga to kids. Print onto white card (laminate if you prefer), and cut out each card. The children will love picking out a card and trying the pose!
The kids can learn a 'downward dog' from a 'mermaid pose' by colouring in this fun set of yoga pose colouring pages.
Did you know that yoga has been proven to improve both physical and mental health in school-age kids? Here's a set of posters that introduces them to 9 simple yoga poses - how many can they try?
Love is in the air for the cheeky Valentine monkey on this colouring page, who is drifting away holding his heart-shaped balloon!