Our popular kit worksheets are back! This time we've made a set of 24 for the Women's World Cup 2019. Read our descriptions and then draw and colour the kit on the blanks below.
Women's World Cup Worksheets
We have a fun and interesting collection of worksheets themed around the Women's World Cup - a way to get the kids doing something a little different in the classroom or home!
Design a mascot for the Women's World Cup in France in 2019. We provide some information about Ettie - the official mascot - and explain how and why she was created, to give the kids some inspiration for their own.
Here's a fun tracing page of a woman footballer - a fun way to work on pencil control. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines. Older kids can trace on them, perhaps using a variety of different colours.
Kids will need to do some research to find out the answers to our Women's World Cup 2019 trivia challenge, I expect - unless they are really up on their football trivia!
Here's a fun challenge for the kids. Can they put all 24 countries taking part in the Women's World Cup into alphabetical order?
There are 24 countries taking part in the Women's World Cup in 2019. Can the kids match them all with their correct capital city on this worksheet?
Print and cut out these Women's World Cup country cards (laminate if you prefer), then use as labels or for games.
The Women's World Cup is a fun opportunity to practise some geography skills! Ask the kids to use an atlas to locate the countries taking part and then label them on the map.
Can the children find out the capital cities of each country taking part in the Women's World Cup, find them on a map then estimate how far each capital city is from Paris? A fun and challenging worksheet for older kids!
There are 24 countries taking part in the Women's World Cup 2019. Can the kids find out which languages are spoken in each country (there may be more than one)?
Test your knowledge of the geography of France with this Women's World Cup worksheet. We've listed 9 cities where matches will be held in 2019. Can the children place them in the correct place on the map?