The best way to start writing a zebra acrostic poem might be to brainstorm some words starting with 'z'. Zoom, zippy, zig-zagging, zoo; how many more z words can you think of?
Learn about zebras in a gentle way with our zebra worksheets - all designed to be fun, quick to print and easy to introduce to the kids.
Practise the numbers 1-10 with our counting jigsaw featuring a lovely wild zebra scene. Just print onto card and slice along the vertical dotted lines, jumble it up and get the kids to put it back together again.
Learning to write the word zebra can start by finger tracing the letters on this simple worksheet. You could also match the letters with your magnetic fridge letters, or use a pen to trace them.
Children start by tracing the word "zebra" and then work down the worksheet until they are confident that they can write it on their own on the final line.
We have two versions of our zebra notebooking page to chose from, perfect for classroom research projects or for young zoologists keen to learn about different animals.
Learn to spell the word "zebra" and enjoy a jigsaw puzzle at the same time. Just print onto card, slice along the vertical lines, and jumble up for the kids to put back together again.
This fun zebra story paper gives younger kid as place to write what they know about zebras, copy out some sentences, or write a story!
Use this fact-finding zebra worksheet to prompt the kids to learn some simple facts about the zebra. It's a useful way to get started and just one of many animal worksheets here at Activity Village. Why not build up a big folder!
Use this zebra writing page in the classroom for report writing or creative writing prompts, to write a fact file or in many other ways. We have colour or black and white versions to choose from.