Can your little learners help the witch complete her potion in time for Halloween by filling in the missing numbers on this mixed number bonds to 10 worksheet? Why Are
Wizards, Witches and other Magical Printables
Witches, wizards, fairies, unicorns and more – you’re little learners are bound to love these magical printables.
Here you can explore our collection of fantastic magical activities, games and crafts – brilliant for letting their imagination take flight!
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Newest Magical Printables
Here’s another printable craft for your little learners, some magical unicorn headband templates – perfect for all those little unicorn fans out there! These templates are a great chance to
These cute Halloween count and clip cards are a simply way to help practice and develop those early counting skills. And let’s face it, children love to count – it’s
Here’s another Halloween Activity for your little learners, 6 printable Halloween masks – time to get spooky! There’s 6 different scary monsters in the pack and each have a pre-colored template
Here’s another printable craft for your little learners, a DIY dragon hat craft – time for some adventures! This craft is great for developing your child’s cutting and sticking skills,
I hope your little ones have their wands at the ready because they’re going to need to harness all their magical energy to make this cute build a wizard
To go along with my recent build a fairy printable, I decided to share a cute little unicorn as well. It’s a simple build a unicorn craft that would
These cute SATPIN clip cards are a lovely way to help practice and develop those phonics skills. There’s 4 cards for each letter – s,
What Skills Can Your Little Ones Learn And Develop? This number tracing printable is designed to help your children practice and develop their prewriting skills,
Here’s an awesome printable octopus puzzle for your little learners to practice their cutting and sticking skills with. This cut and paste activity is easy
Stomp, stomp, stomp.. what’s that coming over the hill? Is it a monster? Oh no it’s just a super cute elephant that your little learners