These lovely bright jewel images come in all sorts of different shapes and 3 different sizes. Cut them out and use to decorate homemade crowns and tiaras, glue them onto card to make rings and brooches - the possibilities are endless!
Here's a mixed set of story sums to help children practise addition and subtraction within 20 - and put the use of maths into an everyday context.
What can you spot on this fun Pick 'n Mix I Spy page? We've piled all sorts of objects on the page, ready for counting, sorting, discussing ... and answering our questions on!
What can you spot on this I Spy page? Count and sort, look for colours, choose your favourite .. there's so many ways to use it. And of course you could ask the kids to answer our question sheet, too!
Have fun spotting animals, birds, people, farmyard buildings and items - and then answering our question sheet about what you have spotted! You could also use this I Spy page for an I Spy game, to spark conversation, to learn vocabulary and so on.
There are so many interesting objects to spot on this fun "in the garden" I Spy page, and you can use it in so many ways. We've included a question sheet for the kids to attempt too.
Spot the different minibeasts on our fun Minibeast I Spy page, and see how many you can name. Count the different minibeasts, look for colours, play an I Spy game using the sheet - or set the kids the challenge of answering our fun questions!
What can you spot on this fun I Spy page? We've found all sorts of objects that you might take with you to the beach / seaside. Use the page to play I Spy with the kids, or combine it with our question page for an interesting activity.
Help the butterfly find its way to the flower in the centre of these challenging hexagonal mazes! We've got 4 levels to choose from, as well as an answer sheet if you get stuck.
Help the crab find his shell with this 4-pack of seaside-themed mazes, which starts with an easy square puzzle and ends with a fiendishy difficult one! We've included the answers at the back.
Help the little boy find his beach ball, which has got stuck in the middle of the circular maze! We've got 4 levels to choose from to suit different ages and abilities, and an answer sheet at the end.
There are 4 levels of difficulty to choose from with this fun triangular beach-themed maze, from very easy to fiendish! For a classroom setting you could laminate the mazes and use a dry-wipe pen.
This beautiful minibeast scrapbook paper is full of pretty butterflies, dragonflies and cute ladybirds. Perfect for crafting, origami, decoupage and much more.
Follow the dotted lines to cut this summer butterflies jigsaw into 11 pieces. Children have to complete the picture to spell out the word 'butterflies'.
This colourful activity is a great way for the kids to practise their drawing and concentrations skills, and learn about symmetry too. Can they complete each butterfly picture by drawing an exact reflection? We've got 2 sets to choose one, one with a grid to make the task a little easier.
Will this little boy manage to catch one of the pretty butterflies in his net? This lovely, summery jigsaw is a great way to keep the kids busy. Just print onto card, cut out both pictures then cut the larger picture into small pieces ready for the kids to put together.
This pretty butterfly meadow jigsaw is a perfect summer activity for the children! Print onto some white card and cut out both pictures. Cut the larger picture into smaller pieces then jumble up ready for the kids to put back together.
These bright and cheerful butterfly colour matching cards are the perfect way to help the kids learn to recognise colours. Print and cut out each card, then cut in half. Mix them all up then ask the children to match each colour word to the correct butterfly.
Here's a fun way to test if the children know their colour words! Can they draw a line from each beautiful butterfly to the correct colour word?