Do the things in the picture make a loud or quiet sound? This Phonics Phase One activity has been designed for Aspect 1 - to encourage children to listen, and think about the sounds they hear.
These large handwriting lines on a landscape page are just the thing for beginner writers. Spaced at 2.0cm and with a topline, midline and bottom line, they will help your children learn to form their letters correctly.
Children can practise their early handwriting skills with the help of this handwriting lines printable. The spacing is large, with a total letter size of 1.4cm, so this printable is most appropriate for beginners and younger children. We have A4 and Letter versions to download below.
By making the lines on this paper dotted, we've ensured that this the most economical (and quickest) lined paper to print. Choose from 0.8cm, 1cm and 1.5cm spacing to suit the ages of your children, and print out a stack so that you are ready for all basic writing projects...
Economical and quick to print, this landscape dotted line paper comes in A4 and Letter size and two different spacings to suit younger children. Choose from wide (1.5cm) or standard (1cm) dotted lines. This printable makes a good classroom standby.
With 1cm spacing between the lines, this is a good everyday landscape paper to print for writing projects in the classroom or home. You can choose between A4 and Letter versions in 5 different colours.
This landscape wide ruled paper has lines spaced at 1.5cm (15mm) and no margins. It is ready to print in a variety of colours, in either A4 or Letter size. It is perfect for younger children learning to write, or for displays.
With lines 0.87cm apart, legal ruled paper (also known as "wide" ruled paper) prints at a useful size for older children to use for notes, essays etc. We have both A4 and Letter-sized printables here, with grey, blue or red margins to choose from.
College ruled paper traditionally has lines spaced 0.71cm apart. We've provided various printable versions here. Choose from A4 and Letter sized, grey, red or blue margins.
Colour in this adult and baby elephant (and the scene on the second page, if you wish), then cut them out and stick them. Why not print a few copies and make a herd of elephants and babies? For younger children we have provided a set with a simplifed outline for cutting.
Cut out our elephant and baby and paste them onto the background - or onto your own background, or anywhere you like! You could print out a few and make an elephant traffic jam! We've provided 2 options. One as shown, and one with a simplified outline to make cutting out easier.
This is such a quick and easy balloon elephant craft - simply involving some cutting and sticking! But the finished picture with the "3D" balloon trunk is very effective and we think the kids will enjoy making it.
Find the elephant themed words in our word search puzzle. We've got 2 versions to choose from, with either upper case or lower case letters. Both pdf files include a solution sheet, so make sure to only print the first page if that's all you want!
Sometimes a colouring page can seem a bit daunting when the background needs to be coloured too! That's why we came up with the idea of our "colour pop" colouring pages. This one lets the kids colour in a lovely elephant mother and baby.
This simple labelling worksheet activity is a good way to familiarise children with names for the parts of an elephant.
Use this Venn diagram sheet to capture the similarities and differences between African and Indian elephants.