The kids can practise their handwriting for Anzac Day with this fun handwriting worksheet, complete with Anzac "digger" to colour in.
Anzac Day Worksheets
We've got a small collection of Anzac Day worksheets here - including a handwriting worksheet for the words Anzac Day, a fact-finding worksheet for John Simpson Kirkpatrick (Simpson and his donkey), some creative writing and a comprehension activity.
This worksheet asks children to look at the story of Gallipoli from the other side for just one moment, by reading the words of General Musafa Kumal (later Ataturk): “Those heroes who shed their blood and lost their lives, you are now lying in the soil of a friendly country.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick became a hero of Gallipoli and is remembered with affection and admiration in Australia for saving many soldiers at great risk to his own life. This worksheet asks children to find out some facts about him and fill in the details.
Use this writing page with the kids when you have learned about Simpson and his donkey, to take notes or perhaps to write the story of John Simpson Kirkpatrick in your own words.
Use this worksheet to encourage children in some creative writing, using what they have learned about Gallipoli. A useful worksheet for Anzac Day.