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Sometimes, for whatever reason, everyone gets stuck indoors. But imaginations still need feeding, arty hands need things to do and energy needs to be burned off. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of activity sheets. They’re great fun for all ages and are an opportunity to be creative and to learn.

And by helping to focus on the natural environment, the activity sheets are also a great way to bring nature’s calming and relaxing influence in to the living room.

We’ll change the activities regularly – so watch this space!

Winter activity sheets

FLS ChildrensActivities ChristmasCrafts2020 thumbnailChristmas crown

Make your very own festive woodland crown and become king or queen of the christmas forest!

Download Christmas Crown


FLS ChildrensActivities PrintableSheets B5 SnippySnowflakesSnippy snowflakes

Snip snip! All you need to create these beautiful snowflake decorations is a pair of scissors and some thin paper.

Download Snippy Snowflakes


Illustration of a deer and some animal tracks on white backgroundSnowy tracks

Brrrrrr! Winter is here and there are lots of tracks in the snow! Can you draw lines to match each footprint to the correct creature?

Download Snowy Tracks


Illustration showing a bird holding a magnifying glass looking at a sheet of codesCool codebreaking

Use your detective skills to crack the code and work out the answers to our winter-themed clues!

Download Cool Codebreaking


Illustration of two robins in flight on white backgroundRockin' robins

Feisty and familiar, the robin is the most popular bird in the UK. Make your own robin decoration with this fun activity.

Download rockin' robins


Autumn activity sheets

An illustration of an owl's face. Twit twoo

Colour in and cut out this brilliant owl mask and you too can twit-twoo!

Download Twit Twoo


An illustration of a green leaf being painting on a piece of paper. Leaf prints

Use real leaves to make paper prints to hang indoors.

Download Leaf Prints


An illustration of a upside down bat. Don't hang about

Are you batty about bats? Create your own version of these fascinating flying mammals.

Download Don't Hang About


An illustration of a spider in a web. Spinny spider

This spider has lost it's web. Can you help find it by making a spinning device?

Download Spinny Spider


Mindful colouring exercises

The benefits of colouring in for young children have long been known. It helps improve concentration, hand-eye coordination and motor development, as well as helping them gain self-confidence by creating something of beauty. However, researchers are discovering an increasing number of benefits to adults too. Colouring exercises can help us switch off, reduce stress, and improve focus and creativity.

We hope the following downloadable colouring sheets will provide a moment of calm for young and old alike.

Colouring in sheet featuring oak leaves and acornsAcorns and oak leaves

Enjoy the intracacies of the oak tree's distinctive leaves and fruits.

Download acorns and oak leaves


Colouring in sheet featuring various leaves from trees

Fallen leaves

From lush spring greens to autumnal oranges and reds, nothing showcases a woodland colour palette like fallen leaves.

Download fallen leaves


Colouring in sheet featuring flowers and leaves

Flowers and ferns

Let your imagination go wild with your own floral colour combos.

Download flowers and ferns


Illustration of fox and rabbit on a meadowRainbow meadow

You'll need the full range of the colour spectrum for this rainbow over a wildlife-filled woodland meadow.

Download rainbow meadow