Slugs belong to the group mollusks which includes octopuses, snails and shellfish. Did you know that a slug can flatten its body and elongate itself 20 times when it needs to enter a tiny hole! We have a great section on slugs in our fantastic minibeast topic. There are lots of colourings, puzzles and slug related facts to explore.
This smiley slug is less detailed and perfect for our younger children.
A detailed slug colouring page for those that might be studying minibeasts or slugs. Why not colour it in and add some labels to it?
A very detailed slug mindfulness colouring page. Great for those that love minibeasts.
These slugs have spotted a tasty looking lettuce in a vegetable plot. Can you guide them through the maze to find it? A slightly harder maze with two cute smiley slugs to colour.
There are lots of slug related words to find in our slug word search and a cute slug to colour in.
Who would have thought slugs could be cute! This slimey slug makes a great grid copy and is great for younger children.
This very detailed slug makes a challenging grid copy.
Join the numbers 1 to 44 to create a great smiley slug. Perfect for those studying minibeasts.
We have six little slugs, but can you spot the one that is not the same as the others?
A very smiley slug tracing page. Great for introducing children to pen control.
Count how many slugs on our slug counting puzzle page. Great for younger children.