Kids can use this colourful biscuit frame for sending a letter, for writing projects - or perhaps for drawing their own design of the perfect biscuit!
National Biscuit Day
Did you know that on 29th May each year we can celebrate National Biscuit Day? For a nation of biscuit lovers, it seems like the perfect excuse to break out a packet of Jammy Dodgers or Chocolate Hobnobs and have some fun with the kids!
You could also do some baking, of course, or satisfy yourself with a selection of cheese biscuits instead of the sweet kind, if you are that way inclined. Or dive into our printable activities below and see what you can find!
There are 8 different cards in this set of biscuit lacing cards, so you could make this a group activity and put your own biscuit selection box up on display when they are done! Or just choose your child's favourite...
Use this printable to get the kids started on a biscuit survey, to find out what biscuit their classmates, friends and family prefer. Everyone has a favourite, it seems!
We've also provided a simple printable for a bar chart, but they might prefer to design their own.
You might have to think laterally to come up with a word for each letter of the alphabet - all to do with biscuits! I can think of lots beginning with C - chocolate chip, cookie, crumble, crunchy - but not many beginning with Z!
Put these favourite biscuit types into alphabetical order. If this worksheet doesn't make you hungry for a biscuit, I don't know what will!
Colour in this biscuits selection - which I'm sure includes some of your child's favourites! Colour a jammy dodger, a chocolate chip, a pink wafer and more!
Do the kids enjoy a biscuit or two? Here's a fun colouring page of a packet of familiar chocolate biscuits for them to colour in.
These lovely biscuit cutting shapes have relatively simple outlines and I think the kids will enjoy cutting them out and sticking them somewhere else! Great for practising scissor skills...
"Biscuits" is a tricky word to spell, so why not use the excuse of a handwriting worksheet to practise the letter formations and spelling at the same time. And to make it all the more fun, we've provided a selection of biscuits for the kids to colour in, too!
All you need is a cup of tea for dunking! We have a big collection of food posters to print and display including this biscuits poster, which comes with word and without.
Just a simple, colourful poster of biscuits! They look so yummy, be careful that the poster doesn't make you too hungry...
Here's a delicious word scramble to tackle with the kids - or perhaps with a big mug of tea for dunking! We have three versions: easy has many letter hints, medium has a starting letter hint, and hard has no hints at all. All versions have the solution on page 2 if you get stuck.
Search for all your favourite, well-known biscuits in this fun word search puzzle. Mine's a gingernut please! This word search puzzle is available in lower case or upper case versions, and whichever you choose comes with a solution on page 2.
Pretty biscuits hanging up in the kitchen or play room, gently moving in the breeze - that's the idea behind this "colour a biscuit mobile" printable for the kids!
Younger children can have fun designing, drawing and colouring their own biscuit using this fun frame (which might give the less confident a little inspiration to get started with, too).
Kids can break out their creativity and design skills with this worksheet, which asks them to come up with a concept for a brand new, tasty biscuit! Draw it (and maybe the packaging, too) then describe what makes it unique and come up with a catchy name.
Do you and your family love baking together? In this guest post Shelly and her children enjoy designing, baking and decorating some yummy biscuits!
This is a quick and fun activity for a child or small group of children which will provide some cutting practice - and give you a pretty biscuity display! Simply cut out and pair up the biscuits to make your own biscuit mobile...