Here's a fun step by step printable tutorial for kids teaching them how to draw a beautiful swan.
You mean the world to me. This is why ... The kids can fill up this lovely writing paper with words of love and appreciation, perfect for Mother's Day, Father's Day, or perhaps a good friend.
Tell someone why they are special to you with this cute writing paper, complete with "fill in the blanks" spots and lots of space for large handwriting.
Writing a list of five things is doable even for the most reluctant writer, and receiving a list like this would make anyone's day! Use it for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Grandparents' Day, a special birthday ...
Dear (fill in the blank). Here are some things I love about you. Love from (fill in the blank). What could be nicer than to receive one of these filled in by your little treasure, on Mother's Day or Father's Day perhaps?
Print out this fun weather diary and get the kids recording what the weather is doing today, including the temperature. Can they colour in the thermometer to show how hot or cold the weather feels?
This handy printable weather diary prints onto A4 paper, which you can then fold to make an A5 booklet.
This weather diary is ideal for older kids learning about how to record the weather and asks them to write a few details about the weather each day for a week, including temperature, rainfall and wind direction/speed.
Is it sunny, showery, or cloudy today, or maybe all three? This fun picture chart prints onto a page of A4 and is simple enough for younger kids to record the weather. Print as many copies as you need, or laminate if you want to reuse more than once.
Here's a fun booklet that's perfect for encouraging younger kids to record the weather on a daily basis - they simply need to circle the weather picture for each day.
Here's a fun weather diary that even the youngest children can have a go at. Can they draw a picture each day of the week to show what the weather is doing?
This cute foldable mini booklet will fit easily in pockets and bookbags, so you can take it out and about with you to record the weather. There's room to draw a weather picture for each day of the week.
Make a record of the weather today with the help of this simple one-day weather story diary page. There's plenty of space to draw a picture and some lines for writing too - why not ask the kids to go outside and check the weather themselves before writing the diary page?
Making a weather diary is a great way to keep kids connected with the outdoors, whatever the season. We've made it even easier with this fun A4 size printable, with spaces to draw pictures and write about the weather everyday for a whole week!
This fun booklet has a front cover and 7 days of pages for recording the weather with room for a picture and some writing.
This printable mini booklet has a space for recording the weather for the whole week, and because it folds up small it's ideal for taking outside for outdoor classroom work.
This printable weather symbols chart diary is ideal for at home or the classroom, and a simple way for kids of all ages to record the weather. You could also laminate a copy so you can reuse it each week with wipeable markers.
Print this weather diary then ask the kids to draw the weather symbol for each day. If you keep hold of the diary once completed you could look back and compare the differences in months or seasons.
This fun cloudy day picture frame is bound to encourage the kids to draw a picture or two! Great for a weather topic.