Our named handwriting worksheets are designed to help children practise that all-important task - writing their own name! George will get plenty of practice with this one...
There is a new Royal Baby due, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge about to become parents for the second time. Will the new baby be a prince or princess? The new arrival was expected in April 2015 but already it is May...
Choose one of the four printables below to write your P-R-I-N-C-E-S-S acrostic poem. A little tricky, perhaps?
Learn to write the word "princess" with the help of this finger tracing worksheet. Place a finger on the dot and then follow the arrows to trace the letters correctly - then try with a pencil. And why not colour in the pretty princess, too?
Children can practise writing the word "princess" with this cute handwriting worksheet. We've left the last line blank so that they can try writing it on their own, too.
Colour in the pretty princess and then trace the letters underneath. Every little girl is a princess!
A pretty colouring page to welcome the arrival of a new royal baby! There's lots of detail in the frame for children to colour in, including two little teddies waving the union flag!
If your child wants to join the many thousands of people sending their good wishes to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and welcoming Princess Charlotte, why not do some extra-special colouring and put it in the post!
Use this royal baby frame for your own drawing or writing projects. Perhaps the children could colour it in and then find a photo of the Prince George to cut out and stick in?
Here's a pretty royal baby frame which we've provided both lined and blank so that the kids can write or draw about the arrival of Prince George, then, if they want to, colour the frame in.
Great Britain has a new royal princess, 4th in line to the throne! Celebrate her arrival with this colouring page.
A fun colouring page presented like an official royal portrait of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge with the new royal baby, Prince George.