Pets Colouring Sheets


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Pets Colouring Sheets - Pets, pet, xmas, colouring, fine motor skills, poster, worksheet, cat, dog, rabbit, mouse, guinea pig, rat, hamster, gerbil, horse, puppy, kitten, snake, chinchilla, snail, lizard, budgie
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  • Oct 6th

    Using to support French lesson as an english side activity where we can talk about how we look after our pets

  • Sep 16th

    Year 1/2 class Following on from the structure of animals power point, using the structure of animals word mat we are using these sheets to label the structure of animals as part of our topic on pets.

  • May 10th

    Vet week-we are collaging the animals using fabric and feathers.

  • Feb 26th

    nursery topic

  • Feb 15th

    Lovely for young children to identify different pets and to use as group labels.

  • Jan 20th

    pets theme for our pre-school

  • Sep 21st

    pets theme for my class

  • Aug 14th

    home education getting a new pet

  • May 27th

    the pet shop

  • Apr 22nd

    National Pet month, April 2015. For Playgroup session

  • Jan 28th

    role play corner

  • Jan 5th

    pet shop role play area

  • Dec 18th

    pet theme

Pets Colouring Sheets

Pets Colouring Sheets - This handy set of colouring sheets gives your children the opportunity to practise their colouring and fine motor skills, as well as giving them something lovely to take home with them or put up on display. Great for increasing familiarity with this topic and perfect for wet play!
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