This pretty daffodil scrapbook paper might be useful as a frame to display some spring work or a daffodil poem, or for a crafty activity...
Colour in this lovely realistic daffodil. Using different shades of yellow, orange and green will give a fabulous result. We've used grey lines on the picture to show where the different shades of colour could go.
How many times can you find the word "daffodil" in the grid? Fun for all ages! We've produced 2 versions of this puzzle: the first has lower case school font for children, and the second has upper case letters with a large font size.
How do you spell Wales, daffodil, dragon, leeks, saint and dove? There are some quite tricky words to master on this St David's Day spellings worksheet!
This word mat contains some useful words to learn for St David's Day reading and writing activities.
Have fun with a bingo game for St David's Day! We have 10 boards as well as a calling sheet in this printable.
Read about Saint David and St David's Day and then answer the comprehension questions. We've included an answer sheet too.
Here's a multiple choice comprehension activity about Saint David and St David's Day. Read the first page and then tick the correct boxes. We've included an answer sheet too.
This fun worksheet provides a few interesting facts about Saint David and St David's Day and tests the children's comprehension by asking them to colour in the pictures.
Read William Wordsworth's lovely poem and then have a go at these comprehension questions to encourage understanding and expand vocabulary. We've included an answer sheet.
Colouring these daffodils is a lovely way to practice reading / recognition of these Phase 2 tricky words: the, to, I, no, go and into.
This lovely worksheet asks children to "colour by tricky word" using six tricky words from Phase 3 Phonics: all, our, my, her, you and they.
Practice reading some tricky words from Phonics Phase 4 with this pretty daffodil worksheet. There, little, so, one, out and when are the words.
Mr, Mrs, oh, could, there and asked are the tricky words from Phase 5 Phonics on this daffodil colouring worksheet - perfect for St David's Day or spring practice!
Just for fun, a poster showing some of the different ways that we eat pancakes (or crepes). How do you like yours on Pancake Day?
Count to 10 with these fun pancake peg cards. How many pancakes are in each stack? Attach a clothes peg to the correct number. To make the cards self-checking, you an put a checkmark or a small sticker on the back of the card in the correct position.
This fun counting video encourages children to count to 10 - with pancakes! And there's a surprise at the end...