Our fun and educational activity sheets are perfect for learning at home. The activity sheets cover a range of learning goals including language and literacy to number and counting skills and can be used to support independent learning. Don’t forget to share your completed activity sheets using #OrchardToysThingsToDo.
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Draw a line to create a path and help the penguin get to the tasty fish.
Colour in the penguins and their fish with the matching colour written in the boxes.
Draw a line between the matching pairs of trucks, then colour the pairs in the same colour
Follow the dotted lines to draw zig-zags on these snakes
Help the squirrel get to the acorns at the centre of the maze by drawing a path for him to follow
Complete the picture by joining together the dots, starting at number 1!
Cut out and stick on the accessories. Mix and match the picture to make your own individual dressed-up unicorn
Draw a line between each pair of matching penguins. Then have fun colouring them in!
Can you spot which truck is the odd one out in each line?
Add your own tail, horn, wings and accessories to the unicorn
Colour in these two snakes. Can you add patterns and make one spotty and one stripy?
Look carefully at the picture and count how many of each object you can see
Colour and cut out these snakes and then put them in order, from longest to shortest.
Help the unicorn find her way through the maze to the rainbow star in the centre!
Join up all the dots to find out who is going for a walk in the sunshine. Colour the picture.
Practise pencil control with these Chinese New Year themed designs!
Can you find all these items from the Ice Palace jigsaw puzzle hidden in the wordsearch?
Join the dots together to see this palace come to life!
Practice pencil control by following the dotted lines, starting from each point.
Can you find all these space-themed objects hidden in the wordsearch?
Draw a circle around the items that you might take to school. Colour the pictures when you have finished.
Colour the picture and write over the names of the food in the lunchbox.
All of these objects apart from one can be used by children every day in school. Can you spot which one is the odd one out?
Colour the uniform in the colours your school uses. You could even draw the school logo on the book bags and sweaters.
Add and subtract with this football fun activity sheet
Match the pairs of animals then colour them in!
Cut out the right outfits for the weather
Can you spot 10 differences?
Add the correct shape to the robot
Colour in this picture to celebrate Chinese New Year!
Colour in the monsters the right colour
Match the senses to the pictures
Put the snowman in order of least to most melted
Can you help this rabbit find his way through the maze?
Can you trace the patterns on the hats?
Help the girl to find the correct route to the bottom of the hill
Colour the pattern using the key
Can you trace over the lines to find out which bees have reached the hive?
Put the months in order and add leaves to the tree
Learn the names of the planets in our solar system!
Add the patterns to the clothing
Have fun building silly animals
Colour in the animals and have fun making crazy combinations
Have fun making lots of animal noises
Learn about the life cycle of a butterfly
Draw faces on the people to match the emotion they are feelings
Can you draw the other half of Red Dog?
Colour in the items and cut them out to make your own shopping list. Perfect for younger children
Decide what items to put on your shopping list, then colour them in and cut them out! Perfect for older children
Print out this poster to display at home or in the classroom
Prepare young children to start school
Add up the prices of each item
Can you find the unusual items hidden in the jungle?
Draw a line between the animals and where they live
Colour in the pictures with the correct secondary colours
Colour in the pictures with the correct primary colour
Can you find 10 differences between these fairground images?
Practise drawing shapes as you add windows to the hotel
Look at the list and write the names in the correct spaces
Can you add some colourful patterns to this monster's wellies?
Can you spot the red objects all around you?
Can you help the dinosaur find her lunch?
Can you find your way through the maze to reach the summit?
See how many rectangles you can spot around the house or out and about.