This photographic poster illustrates the quote by Warren Buffet: Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. Use it with the kids to discuss how long-term thinking is essential.
"He who plants a tree plants a hope." This photographic poster illustrates the quote by Lucy Lurcom and could be useful for National Tree Week or Arbor Day.
This story paper could be used for simple writing practice (using the handwriting version) with younger children, for note-taking, or for writing a little story or poem about a worm...
This story paper features a fun scene of two snails in a garden - perfect as a prompt for some creative writing, or perhaps descriptive writing. What is in the picture?
Our simple snail story paper pages are fun for younger kids, who can colour the picture and then use the lines for practising handwriting, writing a story or poem, or perhaps collecting facts.
Print and colour this lovely little ladybird / ladybug scene! There is plenty of detail to keep the kids busy!
Here is a fun "scene" colouring page of two caterpillars enjoying each others' company in the leaves - possibly before munching their way through someone's vegetable plot!
This is a lovely colouring page for older children, who will enjoy colouring in all the details on the two butterflies.
This bees scene colouring page would be fun for a summer or minibeasts topic, or even perhaps to accompany a food topic.
This colouring page illustrates the life cycle of a butterfly, starting with eggs on the left and progressing through larva / caterpillar and chrysalis.
Isn't this frog gorgeous? He makes a lovely colouring page for younger children and is also simple to cut out for display when done...
Here is a fun colouring page of a cricket - the insect kind! Our cricket is designed for younger children and has a smile on his face!
Here is a beetle colouring page for younger children, who will enjoy the smile on our cute beetle's face!
Here's a fun way for the kids to give a card to someone special. Just print (using borderless settings for the best results) and fold, then colour in...
This colouring card makes a perfect birthday or thank you card - but could also be used for Mother's Day or Father's Day. Print with borderless settings for the best result.
Simply print this card (using borderless settings for the best result) onto A4 paper or card and fold. It's a fun card for gardeners, perhaps!
This caterpillars scene colouring card could be used as a thank you card or birthday card - but also for Mother's Day or Father's Day. Just print, colour and fold.
Kids can colour in the butterflies scene on this lovely colouring card and give it to someone special...
Get the kids to colour this cute bees scene colouring card and give it to someone special! It is perfect for a summer birthday...
We've provided the beginnings of a picture of a snail, and the completed picture. Can the kids finish the picture so that they match up?
This story paper is a fun way for children to study and write about how trees improve our lives - with a colouring page combined, if you choose the black and white version.
This lovely colouring page, "Trees are Special", has lots of detail for older children to colour in but can also be tackled by younger kids.
Print this lovely "Trees are Special" colouring card for the kids to colour in for friends or family who love trees and nature.
Just print this card (using your borderless settings for the best result) then fold, for a colourful instant greetings card for tree-loving friends and family..
Here is a lovely tree colouring page which includes a sky full of little clouds, a distant sun and a rather cute little bird! You could get the kids to colour it in and then use the picture as a collage base, gluing tissue paper blossom or autumn leaves to the scene...
Add leaves and blossom to this spring tree - a fun doodle colouring page for children! Of course you could also choose to add red and orange leaves, ready for autumn...
Use this story paper to write about your experiences of planting a tree, or perhaps to plan (or imagine) a tree planting ceremony! Choose from lined or handwriting versions.
This funny poster of a smiling worm would look great on a nursery or playroom wall - and who knows, it might help prevent a phobia or two!
Here is a fun "scene" of two friendly snails, enjoying their perch in a garden. It might make a fun poster for the classroom or playroom wall?
Here's a cheeky snail illustration - perfect as a poster for a playroom wall, perhaps, or as part of a minibeasts display.
This pretty border is filled with lovely things to eat! You could use it for a drawing or writing activity, and get the kids to colour it in too.
Use this lovely stained glass window as a writing frame, colouring page or design page. We've included it in our Easter section but it would make a lovely Sunday school activity at any time.
Here is a simple photographic poster of a lamb - perfect for display at Spring or perhaps Easter, or for your Farm Animals topic.
This Happy Easter colouring page has been left nice and simple so that younger children can colour it as it is, and older children can add some doodles and designs to the letters and eggs if they wish.