Children must use their observation skills to help them complete the missing parts of the daisy on this fun puzzle.
There are parts of the butterfly's wings missing from the picture. Children must use the complete picture to help them complete the missing sections, testing their observation skills.
Here's a fun way to learn about symmetry! Can the kids complete our funny meerkat by mirror copying the left half over to the right?
These meerkat bookmarks are just too cute! Who knew that a meerkat would be just the right size and shape to mark our places when we read...
We have two sets of lion bookmarks to print and cut out for the kids - one with jokes and one blank.
Print and fold our little lion bookmark and use it to store interesting facts about lions, make notes, ask questions, practise handwriting ....
This lovely worksheet, with its higgledy-piggledy African animal collection, makes counting fun! You can print it in either colour or black and white.
This is the first of 3 African animal counting worksheets for early learners - and I think they will enjoy them! Count the animals and write the total in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
Count up the African animals and write the totals in the boxes. What a fun worksheet for the kids! Why not laminate it for repeat use?
Use these African animal pattern tiles with our pattern worksheets - or print out as many pages as you like and use them for matching and counting games!
The second of our African animal pattern worksheets challenges children to work out the animal that comes next in each row. They can draw in the answer or you can provide our African animal pattern tiles.
This is the easier of two African animal alphabetical order worksheets, with 8 animals for the kids to put into the correct order - all starting with a different letter.
We've provided 12 African animals for the kids to put into alphabetical order on this, the second of two alphabetical order worksheets.
These flash cards help to "drill" children on halves of numbers up to 100. We've designed them to be quick to print and put together - simple fold in half along the vertical line and glue back to back, then cut around the outside edges.
These large flash cards help the kids to learn "halves" of numbers up to 100. Fold along the horizontal line and glue together before cutting around the edges.
Learn the "doubles" of numbers up to 50 with the help of these small flash cards or matching cards. For flash cards, fold in half and glue to make them double-sided.
This colourful set of folding double-sided flash cards (or matching cards) gives children practice at doubling numbers, presenting each in addition format: 1+1=2, 2+2=4 and so on.
Here are two sets of large "doubles" flash cards, taking the kids up to "double 50". Designed to be used in front of the class, each flash card prints on an A4 page and is folded and glued to make double-sided cards.
These useful flash cards drill "doubles" in addition format and print 2 per A4 sheet. You can use them as matching cards, or turn them into double-sided flash cards by folding in half and gluing together.
What can be more springlike than a singing bird and a nest of eggs. Find the path through the maze that joins the two.
This hexagonal spring maze is a bit of a challenge. Children will need to look closely and keep trying different routes to find the correct path.
This spring maze is a fun way to encourage children to pick up a pencil. Can they stay within the lines?
The first of our spring mazes has a weather theme and asks children to trace a path from the girl to the umbrella.
Practise pencil control while having fun by tracing a path through our snail maze to help the snail find the leaf.
Fun for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme, practise pencil control by drawing a line through the maze to help the lamb find her mum.
Looking for the rainbow after a shower is fun but while they wait for the rain to stop children can amuse themselves finding the way to the rainbow through our maze!
The frog wants to find the tadpole but needs a path through the maze. Can your child find one, being careful not to cross any lines?
The hexagonal shape adds a different twist to a traditional maze. Can children help the chick find the way to the centre of the maze?
This triangular maze is something unusual. Help the hungry caterpillar through the maze to munch on the leaf!
Mazes are a great way to practise pencil control and children are sure to enjoy helping the caterpillar through the maze to become a beautiful butterfly!
Help the bee find it's way through the circular maze to the flower in the middle. A perfect spring or summer activity.
This cheetah lacing card has a nice simple outline for children to practise sewing skills by punching holes and lacing around the outside.