Maths, Spatial and Arithmetic

Shapes

This template shows some common shapes for discussion, colouring and to make into shape matching puzzles. Click image for the full-size template Print and colour in the shapes. Make a shape sorting game. Print twice. One sheet will be your base. Colour the shapes and cut out. Let children match their cut-out shape to the [...]

Scissors Template

Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Colour the template. Talk about all the different types of scissors – safety scissors with blunt ends for children, dressmaking scissors, small embroidery scissors, manicurist’s nail scissors, hairdresser’s scissors, garden scissors. Big scissors are often called shears. What occupations can you think [...]

Ruler

This is a template of a ruler to colour and discuss. Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, mathematics Discussion Topics: Colour the template. Talk about rulers and the different types – your school ruler, a tradesman’s ruler… Would you include tape measures as rulers? How many uses can you think [...]

All the numbers

This is a list of the number templates. Use them individually to focus on a particular letter or number. Colour them, cut them out, use them as part of a bigger picture, decorate with drawings of things that are related to that number (eg shape, number of legs / wheels,  etc.) Print the set of [...]

Teacups, Cups & Mugs

This template shows a Teacup Click image for the full-size template Print and colour in. You could draw patterns or pictures on the side. Related skills: language, fine motor. Discussion Topics: We use cups every day – what different cups do you have and what do you put in them? Are some better for hot [...]

Pizza templates to decorate and colour

Three pizza templates – blank to draw or glue on your own ingredients, or ready-made to colour. Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Talk about pizzas and the different toppings you can put on them. What [...]

Snake

One template of a snake to colour and one to connect the dots Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Colour the snake and connect the dots. Talk about snakes, where they live, the part they play in nature, and safety.

Candy Canes

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A candy cane for coloring and a stripeless candy cane that children can decorate and color. The same templates are also available as colour-by-number activities for older children. Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine [...]

Teddy Bear

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This is a teddy bear template with corresponding color-by-number template in two versions: “easy” and “hard”. Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Colour the templates. This activity helps with number recognition and the abstract idea of [...]

Chutes and Ladders

This template is a variation on the Snakes and Ladders game. This is a easy, fun game for children and families to play together. Included in the PDF version (downloadable here for members) are instructions on how to play. Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: Print on [...]

Shape Matching Cards

These shape matching cards can be used for matching games, memory games, to practice vocabulary and more! Color them before playing or play with them as is. Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, spatial Discussion Topics: Name the different shapes.  You can also write [...]

Make your own calendar

Use this template to make a calendar for one month, or print twelves and make a calendar for a who year. These make great personalised gifts. Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: Decide which month you are going to make and write the dates in the box [...]

Number – 7

This template shows the Number 7 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about 7? 7 is a prime number. That means that you can’t divide it evenly by anything other than 1 and itself. Template created by and copyright : gayled

Number – 6

This template shows the Number 6 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about 6? If you turn it around it looks like a nine. You can divide it by 2 and also by 3. Template created by and copyright : gayled

Number – 0

This template shows Number – 0, zero or nought. Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths, spatial Discussion Topics: Zero is a special number. How could we count or measure distance if there was no zero? Template created by and copyright : gayled

Jack-o-Lantern Mazes

Three mazes within a Jack-o-Lantern for Halloween, easy, medium and hard. Can you get from start to finish? This template shows Jack-o-Lantern Maze (Easy) Click image for the full-size template This template shows Jack-o-Lantern Maze (Medium) Click image for the full-size template This template shows Jack-o-Lantern Maze (Hard) Click image for the full-size template Related [...]

Number – 3

This template shows Number – 3 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about this number? Can you think of related words to one? Third, triple… What is a shape with three sides called? Template created by and copyright : gayled

Number – 2

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This template shows Number – 2 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about number 2? Can you think of related words to one? Second, twice, double… Where do you see the number 2?  On a birthday candle? On the television remote? On a telephone or [...]

Number – 1

This template shows Number – 1 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about this number? It’s symmetrical. Can you think of related words to one? Single, first, only, once,… What about I and me? Template created by and copyright : gayled

Number & Math Cards

These cards can be used to practice numbers or math as mathematical symbols have been included. Simply print the templates (card stock works best) and cut along the dotted lines. Combine various numbers to make larger numbers (ie. 1 + 0 = 10; 2 + 5 = 25). For numbers with 3 or more digits [...]

Letter – X, x, Xx

These templates show an upper case X, lower case x and comic sans Xx Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Use as part of an alphabet book. Not many words begin with x so look for things that have an X in them, or end with x. What sound does X make? What other [...]

Calculator

This template shows A calculator for colouring, counting and discussion. Click image for the full-size template   Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: Try out a calculator to do some simple sums. Talk about who would use a calculator and why. Template created by and copyright : nighstar mayfair

Pentagon

This template shows a Pentagon Click image for the full-size templateRelated skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: Talk about how many sides in a pentagon. Are they all the same length? Pentagons are only partly symmetrical – you can fold them into matching halves along some lines but not others. Compare this to hexagons Template [...]

Octogon shape

This template shows an Octagon Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: How many sides does an octagon have? Can you think of a street sign the shape of an octagon?

Number – 9

This template shows Number – 9 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about 9? It is 3×3.  When you play noughts and crosses, the grid has 9 squares. 9 is the biggest whole number we have in the decimal system. After 9, you go to 1o. [...]

Hexagon template

This template shows Hexagon Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths, spatial Discussion Topics & Activities: How many sides does a hexagon have? Is it symmetrical? Where do you see hexagons? Make lots of hexagons of different colours and see what sort of patterns you [...]

Heart Template

This template shows a Heart shape Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: You can use this to make decorations and greeting cards for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, birthday etc. Where do we see hearts? Valentine’s Day, playing cards… Hearts are symmetrical – but only one way. Template created [...]

Number – 4

This template shows Number – 4 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about 4?  There are two ways of drawing a 4. What shapes have 4 sides? A quadrilateral, parallelogram, square, a rectangle, rhombus, quadrilateral…  What is special about each one? Do you know the different words that [...]

Number – 5

This template shows Number – five Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about number 5? You have five fingers on each hand and 5 toes on each foot. Do you know rhymes or stories that feature 5? Do you know how 5 is said in other [...]

Number – 8

This template shows Number – 8 Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language, maths Discussion Topics: What’s special about this number? It’s symmetrical. It looks like a train track! What shapes have 8 sides?  Where do you see them? Can you think of words beginning with octo or octa for eight? [...]

Clock with no Hands

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Here is a template of a clock with separate hands. Cut out hands and attach to the clock with a pin in the centre so you can change the time or draw hands to emphasise particular times (sleep time, play time, etc) on this clock

Christmas Bells – to colour and Join the dots

Here are two templates Christmas Bells to colour and a join the dots activity to make the same drawing Click image for the full-size template Click image for the full-size template Related skills: fine motor, language Discussion Topics: Talk about Christmas, who celebrates it and how. What are the usual colours of Christmas? Template created [...]

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