This is one of my favourite learn to draw tutorials from all the ones we have at Activity Village - the third and fourth pictures in the series just make me smile! If the kids follow along to the end they will be able to draw their very own wrestling pair - a useful accomplishment!
If the kids are wrestling fans, or you are looking at wrestling as part of a sporting event like the Olympics or the Commonwealth Games, you'll find a collection of printables and colouring page here to help!
Wrestling is an ancient sport, dating back at least 15,000 years! The Ancient Greeks were fond of it, and so were the Romans. Nowadays there are many different types of wrestling involving both men and women. Competitors usually fight against someone in the same weight, and require skill, strength and concentration to win.
You might also want to have a look at our Sumo Wrestling activities - we've got some fun printable finger puppets!
Fans of wrestling will enjoy this writing prompt activity, which has space to write down everything they love about wrestling and draw a picture too - of their favourite wrestler perhaps?
Perhaps your child is keen to take up wrestling when he gets older, or is just a wrestling fan. Either way, you can introduce him to the letters in the word with this finger tracing worksheet, complete with colouring page.
Young wrestling fans will enjoy practising their handwriting with this fun worksheet, complete with funny picture to colour in!
Here's a fun illustrated poster with some very cute wrestlers depicted, perfect for classroom displays!
This story paper is a fun printable to encourage some creative writing about the wrestlers in the picture, or perhaps to write up a match report.