A fun colouring page showing two children of America's Wild West - dressed in appropriate frontier clothes!
Here you will find some favourite British wildlife bookmarks for children: some blank, some with jokes, and some with facts. We have more bookmarks in the individual animal sections on the British Wildlife theme page.
Play a traditional game of dominoes with these printable wildlife dominoes cards, but instead of matching dots, match these cute wildlife illustrations! Fun for kids of all ages.
A set of printable, photographic flashcards featuring common British wildlife - print for the classroom or home. They print two animals per page.
These printable wildlife name badges could be used in the classroom, for a party, or even as little flashcards. Useful when you need to split a group of children up into teams.
Fun for the classroom or perhaps a birthday party or picnic, we have two sets of wildlife place cards to print focusing on some of the best known British wildlife creatures. There are 6 cards per set, and they are designed to fold with a tent fold.
Willow pattern is actually English in origin, designed by a man called Thomas Minton in the late 18th Century, although it was based on traditional Chinese one colour pottery.
This window angels make a lovely Christmas craft for kids that will help you decorate your windows for the holidays! They are fun to make and very pretty, too.
These colourful Window Pictures will brighten up any view, and bring some of the sunshine in this summer! A super summer craft for kids.
Make these beautiful window stars with bright jewel colours and let the sun shine through!
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These window stars will brighten up your view for your Fourth of July party! And don't just hang them on windows - tie them up in doorways, on balconies and porches, the garden... Good tracing and cutting practise for younger kids, too.
Four printable pages for kids to write an acrostic poem using the first letters from the word "WINTER".
Here is a quick and simple idea for a winter collage for kids which will give the kids a real sense of achievement.
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This winter placemat in chilly winter colours is a paper weaving craft activity which kids of all ages will enjoy. It is fun to do and very effective, and of course you can add decorations and embellishments if you wish.
We've started a winter story and all the kids need to do is decide what might happen next and finish it! Story starters are a great way to get reluctant writers started...
Have fun creating a winter village scene with your kids using cardboard boxes, twigs, cotton wool and other bits and pieces from the craft cupboard.
Best played with a large group of kids but we have had fun playing this at family dinner times, with just four. It works with any age, but is better when the children are young.
Here's a little Christmas jigsaw featuring one of the three wise men or kings. Just print, cut out and enjoy! We have various different guides to suit different ages. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.