Children can practise early handwriting skills with a tree or Canadian theme twist. Trace out the letters to spell out maple on our maple finger tracing worksheet and then colour in the leaf.
Learn to write the word "Canada" with the help of this word tracing worksheet, complete with Canadian flag to colour in.
There is plenty of practice available for writing the word Canada on our handwriting worksheet! Kids can trace the word a number of times and then try it on their own on the last line.
Use this finger tracing worksheet with beginner writers, tracing over the letters with your child's forefinger until they feel confident enough to have a go with a crayon or pencil themselves.
Make a hat for Uncle Sam with your playdough! This is a fun - and unusual - activity for Fourth of July!
Find the names, places and words associated with the Regency author Jane Austen to complete this wordsearch puzzle.
Our Jane Austen timeline worksheet is perfect for an author study project. You could use one colour of pen to record details of the author's life and another colour to add important national and global events from this time period.
There are 15 important events from the life of Jane Austen that children need to cut out and arrange in to the correct order and then glue on to the timeline on page 2 of this Jane Austen timeline worksheet.
Important events from the life of the author Jane Austen are marked on our Jane Austen timeline, from the author's birth to her tragically early death at 42.
The opening line of Sense and Sensibility is so open it could take you anywhere. Have fun imagining your own story for the Dashwood family on our Jane Austen story starter.
This is perhaps one of the most famous opening lines of a novel of all time. Our Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen story starter lets you make up the ending of this famous book.
The opening line of Jane Austen's gothic style novel, Northanger Abbey, is the inspiration on this Jane Austen story starter. There is no need to read the book before trying a bit of creativity.
Imagine your own tale for Jane Austen's spirited heroine Emma Woodhaouse on the first of our Jane Austen story starters.
Our Jane Austen story paper is perfect for younger children who might be doing a bit of research about Jane Austen for a Georgian project. The pages come in lined or handwriting, each with a simple colouring picture.
Jane Austen is famed for her social observations of Georgian Britain. The second of our Jane Austen quote worksheets features one of these observations.
"Life seems but a quick succession of busy nothings", children need to think about what the author might have meant by this on our Jane Austen quote worksheet 1.
Featuring the 6 main novels of Jane Austen and some of their characters this Jane Austen novels word search is a challenge.
Children need to think about the differences between open and closed questions, and what sort of questions will encourage people to talk, in order to complete this Jane Austen interview worksheet.
Learn more about Jane Austen and practise the important skills of reading and understanding with this Jane Austen comprehension activity.
Download our complete set of 7 planner pages in one easy pdf file. There are 29 different monthly pages in total so that you can choose the most appropriate for your seasons or holidays.
Here's the complete set of our "shape" based doodle pattern tiles, which you can see individually below. Download in one pdf file for easy access.
There are all sorts of designs here to help the kids get started with their doodling fun. Download the whole set in 1 pdf file below.
This 6-page pdf file combines all the creature doodle pattern tiles that you can see below. Fun for keeping the kids busy and creative!
Download our complete set of alphabet doodle pattern tiles in one go. Why not print out your child's name for them to work on when they have a moment here and there?
These gorgeous colouring bookmarks have been designed to keep older kids happy, as they colour in all the details on these fun summer pictures. You will find all sorts of summer themes, from flip flops and seaside to summer sports, summer fruits and ice cream.
Choose from 4 different bookmarks for each month of the year with these fun colouring bookmarks. Designed to be quick to cut out, children can choose our fun pre-coloured word design, or choose one of the black and white outline letters to colour themselves.
A trip to a tropical island isn't something most people can do. But with our complete the tropical island puzzle children can draw their own island and imagine life there.
Tennis and drawing both need good observational skills. Look closely at the tennis player on the right help you to complete his partner on the left.
If it is not the weather for the beach children can still enjoy some surfing fun with this Complete the Surfer drawing puzzle.
Complete the branches and leaves on this summer tree, using the picture on the right as a guide. Then get out the crayons and colour the tree a leafy green.
The seeds on this strawberry make it a challenge to copy. Complete this tasty strawberry picture puzzle.
This simple starfish would be a fun introduction to our complete the picture puzzles for young children.
When you need an indoor activity on holiday this complete the sea shell picture will keep children entertained as they copy the shell and then colour them in.
Challenge your children to use their observational and drawing skille to complete the top sandcastle. Then get out the colouring pens and colour in the pictures.
You won't find many of our complete the picture puzzles simpler than this complete the ice lolly puzzle, making it a perfect introduction for younger children.
Encourage reluctant drawers with this fun puzzle. All they need to is copy a few lines and they will have completed their own ice cream picture.
There are lots of details that children need to fill in on this complete the cricket player puzzle. The picture on the right will act as a guide.