Use this picture frame prompt to encourage the kids to draw a picture of their brother. We've drawn the chin and ears, so they can fill in the rest of his face!
The kids can use this cheerful coloured frame to draw a picture of their brother, or perhaps to write a story or poem about him.
Here's a story paper with a football theme to get the kids writing all about their brother! Does their brother play in a football team? Maybe they could write a match report? We have two versions to choose from to suit different abilities.
Use our printable story paper to write about Bhaiya-Dooj, part of the Diwali festivities which celebrates the bond between a brother and his sister. We have two versions to choose from below, ruled and with handwriting lines.
These fun bat alphabet cards can be used in lots of ways and are great for Halloween. Ask the kids to spell some Halloween themed words, or play some matching and spelling games? We've got upper and lower case alphabets in black and white or colour.
We love these cute Halloween bat number cards and we hope the kids will enjoy them too - use as flashcards, for card games and counting practice with a Halloween twist...We've given you numbers 0 to 20 and a spare bat to fill in how you choose.
Here's a simple word tracing page to help younger children practise their handwriting. Can they trace over the word 'hat'? Perfect for practising handwriting at Halloween or anytime! We've got UK and US versions available.
Here's a fun way to practise handwriting at Halloween. Ask the kids to trace over the word 'house', then they can colour in the picture or add some details if they want to. We've got UK and US versions to choose from below.
Our writing frames are perfect for any writing project such poems, short stories, and collecting facts, but they can also be used for art and collages too. This lovely cat frame is ideal for animal lovers or for Halloween and comes in colour or black and white.
Younger children will have fun practising their handwriting with our lovely cat word tracing page. We have UK and US versions available below.
Inspire the kids to write a Halloween poem about bats, or record some facts about these fascinating creatures using one of our bat frames - we have four to choose from, coloured or blank, both with or without lines, so there are lots of possibilities!
This simple bat word tracing page is designed to help younger children practise their handwriting skills. You can also laminate the worksheet so you can use it again! Choose from our UK or US versions.
Can the kids make Frankenstein come to life by drawing a monstrous face inside our frame? Or they could write a poem or story about Frankenstein using the lined version of this frame...
Halloween is a scary time of year, but this Halloween writing frame is very pretty too, especially if you colour it in! It's perfect for all kinds of Halloween writing and drawing projects, just choose one of our three versions below...
"When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers 'Tis near Halloween..." This spooky Halloween frame should get the kids writing their own Halloween poems and stories, and they can colour in the frame too.
This fun Halloween frame has nearly everything you'd associate with Halloween - bats, pumpkins, vampires and spooky skulls! It's bound to inspire some creativity from the kids, and we have four versions to choose from below for all kinds of projects...
This pumpkin frame is perfect for all your Halloween writing projects. Perhaps you went to a pumpkin farm this year to choose your Halloween pumpkin, and you can record what happened here! Choose from blank, ruled or handwriting versions below.
Ask the kids to practise their handwriting skills using this fun pumpkin word tracing page - there are three versions to choose from below. Perfect as a Halloween activity!
We have three versions of this pumpkin frame available: blank, ruled and handwriting lines, so there are lots of ways you can use it - maybe plan your Jack O'Lantern face, or write a poem or a short story?
This empty book frame is a fantastic starting point for firing the imagination and getting the kids to put pens to paper. They could write a magic spell, a recipe, a story or draw some pictures - the list is endless!
Design a front cover for this lovely old book! Perhaps you could use it at Halloween for a witch's book? Maybe it could by the secret spell book of Harry Potter's trainee wizards? Or perhaps it is an old diary belonging to a made-up character or even someone like Anne Frank ...
This witch's face makes a fun frame for some Halloween writing - especially if the kids colour her in, too! Alternatively, draw a face on the witch and give her a name - there's space at the top!
You can use this treasure chest frame in so many ways. Fill it up with a picture of treasure - perhaps belonging to a pirate! It might be part of a fairy story - or even found in a Haunted House! There's space for words so you can use it as either a drwaing frame or a writing frame...
This Halloween mirror frame comes in 4 versions - lined, handwriting, story and blank - so you can use it with a range of ages and in many different ways for your Halloween writing projects.
The children can get creative by designing this spooky gravestone - perfect for Halloween. Perhaps there is a crest, or a carving, or an epitaph on it?
Can you ever have too many haunted house colouring pages? I don't think so! This one has empty windows so the kids could have fun drawing some ghosts or ghouls or other Halloween characters looking out. Or perhaps even the members of their family!
Use this spooky gravestone frame for some writing practice. Perhaps the kids could come up with a funny - or scary - epitaph, suitable for Halloween?
The level of detail in this peacock feathers colouring page makes it a delightful mindfulness activity for older children and adults. The result would look lovely framed.
The care needed to colour this peacock feathers colouring card will show the recipient how very much you care about them. This card is lovely for birthdays, thank yous, get wells or 'just becauses'.
Show how much you care by colouring in one of these beautiful peacock feather colouring bookmarks as a special handmade gift.
These peacock feather bookmarks would make a lovely gift. Print on to card, laminate and finish off with a home made tassel.
I'm sure there is something missing from this picture ... what could it be? Or who could it be? Can the kids draw in the owner of this witch's hat? Providing a starting point makes the drawing all the more fun!
We've provided a fun Halloween border for the kids to colour in, and space to draw a picture of themselves and their friends or family heading off to go trick or treating...
This is a doodle page with a difference! Kids can use this page to draw a map of where they are going trick of treating this Halloween. Of course, it doesn't have to be a real map - they could be going trick or treating anywhere their imagination takes them!
So we all know that the best thing about Halloween is the sweets or candy, don't we? Here's a fun activity for the kids, who can draw in the best stash of candy they can possibly imagine on this Halloween doodle page!
Someone is looking in this spooky haunted house mirror. Who could it be? Children can really have some fun drawing in whoever - or whatever - it is!
The kids can design their own Halloween party invitations on this doodle page - both front and back. Suggest that they really go to town!
Here's a doodle page with a difference! We've provided 2 examples of the word Halloween written in spooky letters. Now it's the kids' turn to design their own Halloween sign using their own spooky letters.
Someone is coming out of this spooky front door from the haunted house. Who could it be? The kids can have fun using their imagination to draw in the answer...