Our "colour pop" colouring cards have the background filled in, so that you can concentrate on colouring the pretty details. And the details on this Easter chicks card are very pretty, with lots of flowers, eggs and doodly patterns to colour!
Just print this lovely Easter chicks colouring card onto white printer card, fold in half, and colour it in. It would make a lovely surprise for someone special...
We've filled in the background on this lovely "colour pop" Easter chicks colouring page, so that you can concentrate on all the pretty details and doodles!
This lovely Easter colouring page is perfect for older kids - and possibly grown-ups too! There is so much detail to enjoy colouring in, including Easter eggs, chicks, daffodils and other spring flowers.
Are you holding an Easter Egg Hunt? Let people know where it is with this sweet Easter egg hunt banner. Print on to card, cut out, laminate, punch a hole in the top of each shape and thread on to string. Decorate each end with a bow!
With a bow and 2 colourful Easter eggs for either end, and then Happy Easter spelled out on our gorgeous chicks, this fun Easter banner will brighten up any house or classroom!
What a beautiful way to decorate the house this Easter! Print our Easter egg banner on to card, punch a hole at the top of each egg and thread on to ribbon or string and hang. Stick a yellow bow at either end to finish off. Laminate the eggs and they will be ready to come out again next year!
Practice handwriting with this fun handwriting worksheet! It will certainly help children remember how to spell this tricky word – worm…
Younger children will have fun colouring in our funny worm and tracing over the letters in the word below.
Here is a starter handwriting worksheet for your youngest children, providing a worm for the kids to colour in the letters of the word to "finger trace" below.
Our spider finger tracing worksheet is perfect for younger children, who can colour in the picture and then "finger trace" the letters below.
Trace over the letters and colour in the picture on this snail handwriting worksheet for younger children
Here is a snail finger tracing worksheet for your youngest children. You could get them to colour it in and then laminate it for use with a dry wipe pen, perhaps?
It is fun to practice handwriting with our handwriting worksheets – and this snail worksheet is no exception!
Practice your letters with this ladybird handwriting worksheet! There is plenty of tracing opportunities and space for the kids to write the word on their own too.
Kids can have fun with this ladybird word tracing worksheet! Grab the red crayon in colour in the picture after tracing the letters.
Here is a handwriting worksheet featuring the grasshopper – one for more confident children, perhaps?
Trace over the letters of the word grasshopper with your child's forefinger to familiarise them with the letter formation. Then they can colour in the picture…
It's always fun to practice your handwriting when there is a smiling mini beast picture to cheer you on! Enjoy our cricket handwriting worksheet…
A happy cricket decorates this handwriting worksheet! Colour the picture and trace over the dotted letters…
Colour the cricket and trace over the letters – first of the forefinger, and then perhaps with a felt-tip pen or crayon.
There is plenty of handwriting practise on this fun handwriting worksheet - featuring the caterpillar!
Start younger children off with our caterpillar finger tracing worksheet. Colour the picture and then "finger trace" the letters to learn how to form them...
Practise writing the word "butterfly" with the help of our handwriting worksheet - and colour in the pictures too. Fun!
Learning how to form letters properly is crucial, and our finger tracing worksheets are designed to help. Here's one featuring the butterfly...
Our lovely beetle inspiration sure to encourage some excellent handwriting practice with this fun worksheet!
Kids can practise their handwriting – particularly the useful "double e" combination – with this fun beetle handwriting worksheet.
Here is our starter handwriting worksheet featuring a fun beetle picture for the kids to colour in when they have traced the letters.
Here is a lovely handwriting worksheet with the useful word "bee" – and a super picture to colour in too.
Trace the letters in the word "bee", first using your child's forefinger and then perhaps with a crayon or pencil. Then colour in the picture!
Spell out the word "ant" phonetically, and trace over the dotted letters on this fun handwriting worksheet, complete with a picture to colour in.
Children can practise writing the letters in the word "ant" and then try writing the word on their own on the final line.