"This is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." This worksheet is based around perhaps one of the most well-known quotes ever made, by astronaut Neil Armstrong!
Can you find all the words to do with the Moon Landing hidden in this wordsearch? Just print and start looking...
Can the kids write about the Moon Landing from the point of view of one of the crew, their family, Nasa control, someone watching at home or even the president of the USA at the time? How would the experience be for them?
All of the clues for this crossword are to do with the Moon Landing. Can the kids solve them then complete the crossword?
This Moon Landing worksheet encourages the kids to ask someone who was alive in 1969 to talk about their memories of the Moon Landing. A fun and personal way to do some research!
Is it going to be a goal? We've tried to capture the excitement of a real football match in this colouring page!
Here's an exciting woman's football match colouring page with lots of action going on and the whole crowd to colour too!
Our popular kit worksheets are back! This time we've made a set of 24 for the Women's World Cup 2019. Read our descriptions and then draw and colour the kit on the blanks below.
Kids will need to do some research to find out the answers to our Women's World Cup 2019 trivia challenge, I expect - unless they are really up on their football trivia!
Here's a simple colouring page with bold outline letters for the kids to colour in. Perhaps they could colour in the footballer in their country's colours?
How many smaller words can you make from the letters in "Women's World Cup"? Try this as a solo challenge or as a timed race between individuals or teams.
Here's a fun tracing page of a woman footballer - a fun way to work on pencil control. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines. Older kids can trace on them, perhaps using a variety of different colours.
Trace the footballer and football - it's good pencil control practice! Younger children can trace between the dotted lines. Older kids can trace over all of them, perhaps in a variety of colours.
Colour in this fun England supporters colouring page for the Women's World Cup and get ready to wave it around whenever England score a goal!
Are you supporting England in the Women's World Cup 2019? Then this is a fun poster for you to print and put out on display!
Our group kit printables have been very popular in the past - so here's a set for the Women's World Cup in 2019. Each page shows the home and away strips of each of the 4 teams in a group - from Group A to Group F.
Whether the kids are getting ready to enjoy the Cricket World Cup or a school match, or stuck indoors on a rainy summer afternoon, this "design your team's cricket kit" printable might be fun for them.
Our cricket writing prompt encourages children to think about feelings such as excitement, anticipation and terror - as they face their first cricket match as part of a team!
We ask children to have a good look at the picture and then answer the questions below. I wonder how many children will answer "yes" to the penultimate question!