Does your little one love the popular show Peppa Pig or jumping in muddy puddles like their favorite characters? If so, these free Peppa Pig printables are for you! From Peppa Pig coloring sheets to Peppa Pig learning activities, we’ve got you covered.
Peppa Pig Characters
- Mummy Pig
- Daddy Pig
- Peppa Pig
- George Pig
- Suzy Sheep
- Granny Pig
- Grandpa Pig
- Miss Rabbit
- Rebecca Rabbit
- Granddad Dog
- Grampy Rabbit
- Mr. Elephant
Peppa Pig Counting Games
Young children will love this Peppa Pig board game and will practice different Math skills at the same time such as counting and one-to-one correspondence. Help Peppa Pig get to her house. She will pass her little brother George on the way.
Use blocks or buttons or game pieces from a different game to play. Put them next to Pippa. Roll the die and move that many spaces. The first player to get to the house is the winner.
Cut apart the pieces of the Peppa Pig puzzle. Mix them up. Put the numbers in order from 1 to 10 to put Peppa Pig back together. This puzzle is great for practicing number recognition.
For younger learners, print two copies of the puzzle. Cut apart one and leave the other whole. Then, match the pieces onto the puzzle mat.
Peppa Pig Fine Motor Skills
Strengthen scissor skills with these Peppa Pig cutting strips. Print them onto card stock. Card stock makes the strips easier to cut for young children. Cut the strips apart.
Invite the children to cut between each character. Short snips like this are great for beginners. Once all of the pieces are cut, you can use them for sorting or to make a collage with. Kids will have a great time crafting with these pieces.
Print these Peppa Pig Tracing Strips. Cut them apart. Challenge your child to trace the lines. Help Peppa’s little brother George catch Mr. Dinosaur. Trace the zig zag line to get Peppa Pig to Daddy Pig. Follow the line to help Daddy Pig get over to Mama Pig.
Peppa Pig Alphabet Matching
Help Peppa’s family members by matching the letters to the correct house with these free printables. M is for Mama Pig. D is for Daddy Pig. G is for George and P is for Peppa. Cut the Peppa Pig Alphabet Matching cards apart.
You can put magnets on the back and put them onto a vertical surface to match them (such as a magnetic easel or a refrigerator). Working on a vertical surface is so beneficial for children. It strengthens their core, shoulder muscles, and arm muscles. Believe it or not, all of those muscles are important for writing.
Peppa Pig Printable Coloring Pages
These free Peppa Pig coloring pages are perfect for a rainy day, traveling, or even a Peppa Pig party. Kids of all ages love coloring pages.
Peppa Pig Party Printables
Are you throwing a Peppa Pig party? The Purple Pumpkin Blog has free party printables like party invitations, cupcake toppers, and more!
Clipart from Entity and Co.