Available in colour or black and white, our cheetah writing page will hopefully encourage independent report writing with its cute cheetah image.
Do your children know that the cheetah is the fastest land animal? What other facts about cheetahs can they find out for our cheetah fact finding worksheet?
There is lots of pencil control practice to be had with this cheetah word tracing worksheet. Trace the letters and then colour in the picture.
Our cheetah story paper is perfect for young children to write a sentence or two describing this really fast cat.
This cute cheetah would look lovely on a classroom wall as part of a zoo or African animals display.
There are 3 fonts to trace and then space to try to form the letters independently on our cheetah handwriting worksheet.
Trace the squares one by one and look carefully to see where the spots are on this cheetah grid copy.
There are lots of curly letters to get a feel of as you trace over the letters with a finger on our cute cheetah finger tracing page.
There are four versions of this cheetah acrostic poem printable; lined and unlined, with or without graphic. If you are not feeling poetic they make useful writing or drawing frames!
What more fitting rainy day activity could there be than an umbrella dot to dot? Don't forget to colour the picture after you have joined the dots.
Dot to dots are a fun way to practise pencil control. This rainbow dot to dot is a perfect activity for spring or St Patrick's Day, or simply whenever you fancy a bit of colour.
There are ladybird and landbug versions of this fun puzzle to download and print. Children can practise early counting skills as they follow the numbers 1-10 to draw the ladybird's body.
This daisy needs some petals! Can your children draw them in by following the dots? Choose from two alphabet versions or a number version of our daisy dot to dot puzzle.
Our daffodil dot to dot makes a fun activity for St David's Day, Easter or spring. Follow the letters or the numbers to draw the daffodil's petals.
The simplest of our bufferfly dot to dots still provides a fun challenge. There are 26 dots to trace around, and you can choose from numbers or lower or upper case alphabet.
Have fun practising the alphabet or counting with our lovely bird dot to dot puzzle. Don't forget to colour the picture in when you have finished joining the dots.
Our 5th groom paper doll is Indian, and we've given him 2 glorious wedding outfits to choose from, in reds and golds. Or you can mix and match with our other grooms' costumes.
Here is paper doll groom number 4 of 5, with another set of smart wedding outfits to print, cut out and try on!
Our 3rd paper doll groom is Chinese, and we have two costumes for him to choose from: one traditional Chinese jacket, and one red dinner jacket. Of course you can mix and match with all our other groom's costumes too.
Paper dolls are fun to cut out and dress up, especially when you have so many mix and match wedding outfits (and grooms) to choose from! Here is groom number 2, with a traditional African costume and a very snazzy white jacket and bow tie...
This pretty Indian paper doll bride has two outfits to choose from, both in glorious red and gold. Cut them out carefully and then play!
Our Chinese bride paper doll can choose from a traditional Chinese bridal costume or a glorious red bridal dress. It is good luck to wear red to your wedding! Alternatively, dress her in any of our other bridal costumes.
Here's another pretty bride paper doll to dress in a lovely collection of bridal wear. All our brides and their clothes can be mixed and matched, so play around until you find the perfect outfit!
This lovely paper doll has 2 outfits to choose from on this page, with an African flavour, but you can also mix and match all our other bride's outfits if you prefer.
This bee dot to dot is nice and simple for younger children. Follow the numbers one to ten to draw the bee's body and then get out the crayons and colour it in.
In the UK we tend to think of a "yacht" as having sails, but in other parts of the world "yacht" could also be a speedy motorboat like this one. He is a finger tracing worksheet with a colouring opportunity included.
Learning to spell the word yacht isn't easy – but by the time the kids have finished this handwriting worksheet they will hopefully remember the spelling!
Writing the same word over again gives the kids a chance to perfect their letter formations and handwriting. This handwriting practice worksheet uses the word "taxi".
Trace over the letters and colour the picture… A simple, but fun handwriting worksheet for the kids.
This finger tracing worksheet for kids is a fun way to introduce the letters in the word "taxi". And of course the children can colour in the picture too.
This is a lovely finger tracing worksheet for younger children, you can colour in the picture of the cheerful ship too.
Children can practice their handwriting with the help of our ship handwriting worksheet. Trace and copy and then write unassisted…
Even the most reluctant writer will enjoy tracing the letters on this racing car handwriting worksheet!
This gorgeous racing car picture sure to appeal to younger children, who can colour it in then "finger trace" trace the letters below it.