Black cats are often associated with witches and Halloween, but this cute black cat acrostic poem printable will appeal to cat lovers as well as those celebrating Halloween...
Here are some simple worksheets for cat loving children! You might like to use them for a pet or farm animals theme, perhaps.
There are so many black cats to spot on this wonderful story paper - are they all up to mischief I wonder? Children can have fun describing the scene or writing their own creative story.
Encourage the children to get creative with an easy acrostic poem using the letters in the word CAT. You could also use these printables as writing frames. The pdf below contains 4 pages for you to chose from.
As part of a cat project, you could ask the kids to have a look at a famous piece of art work that features a cat. On this worksheet, we are encouraging children to have a look at Julie Manet with Cat by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
We've left out some of the words in this cloze text all about cats. Can the children fill in the missing words using the word bank on page 2?
Test children's early counting skills by asking them to arrange the strips of this cat counting jigsaw in order to complete the picture. Choose from our colour or black and white options.
Can the children cut along the dotted lines to reach the cute kitties on our cat cutting practise worksheet? Perfect for a pet topic!
Learn to write the word "cat" with this lovely cat finger tracing worksheet. And of course there's a cat for the kids to colour in, too!
Our cat handwriting worksheet is such a useful one for early phonics learners! Say the sounds, put them together, and then learn to trace the letters too.
If I could ask my cat a question, I think I would ask why he likes to wake us all up by meowing loudly at 6am every morning! What would you ask your pet cat (or a different cat) if you could have a conversation with them?
Children who love cats will enjoy using our notebooking pages, perhaps to study the cat as a pet or as a farm animal, to write about their own cat, or for story writing. We have two versions to choose from.
The word 'cat' is only three letters long so this spelling jigsaw is ideal for younger kids. Leave the letters at the bottom attached for younger children, and cut them off for older kids.
Use our cat story story paper to write a story or perhaps describe your pet cat. Choose from regular or handwriting lines.
Cat lovers will enjoy this cute story paper, complete with a lovely drawing of a cat - and it's perfect for Halloween too! Choose from our lined or handwriting lines versions...
Our cat word tracing activity is perfect for early learners and their first phonics work. Colour the picture and sound and trace the C-V-C word beneath.
Younger children will have fun practising their handwriting with our lovely cat word tracing page. We have UK and US versions available below.
Kids should fill out this worksheet with some simple facts about cats, and colour in the picture if they like. A fun way to encourage some early research skills!
Kids can use our cat writing page for recording facts and research, writing a story, practising handwriting, brainstorming names for a new pet... !
Cats and dogs are both popular pets. Ask children to think about the similarities and the differences between the animals and write them down on this worksheet.
If you're thinking about getting a cat as a pet, this worksheet is a great way to get the kids thinking about how to keep their new animal happy and healthy.
These playful cats are sure to inspire some creative story writing! Or maybe the kids would like to write about their own pet cat if they have one? They can enjoy colouring in the picture when they've finished too.
We've designed this cats word jigsaw so that you can use it with different ages. For younger children, cut along the top dotted line but leave the letters attached to the bottom row. Children can then use the letters to help them put the picture back together.