Did you know that a scorpions glow under ultraviolet light, have eight legs and are in the class Arachnida, which means they are related to spiders? With their venomous sting the scorpion is a fascinating creature. If you are interested in scorpions we have lots more fun facts, information, puzzles, colourings and games in our scorpion section.
A less detailed scorpion colouring page for our younger scorpion fans.
A detailed scorpion colouring page, perfect for those that are doing a minibeast project or have an interest in scorpions.
Scorpions are such amazing creatures and with their venomous sting can be quite scary. We have created a very detailed scorpion mindfulness page perfect for older children or children that like a colouring challenge. Be careful of that sting!
The scorpion has spotted some insects it wants to eat for its dinner. Can you guide it through the maze to find them?
Our scorpion grid copy comes in two difficulty levels. This is the easier and suitable for younger children or people first starting out on grid copy puzzles.
This harder scorpion grid copy has lots more detail and presents quite a challenge.
Our scorpion dot to dot is not too difficult and great for younger children. We have numbers 1-16 to join up to reveal our fun little scorpion. Great for number recognition and pen control or as a quick puzzle.
Which one of our scorpions is the odd one out? Can you spot it?
Trace over the lines to reveal our fun little scorpion. Great for younger children practicing pen control.
How many scorpions can you count on our scorpion counting worksheet? Perfect for younger children.