Wish you were here? I certainly wish I was on that lovely beach in Antigua and Barbuda! Can the children imagine they are staying there and write a postcard for someone back home?
Around the World Postcards
Children can travel all around the world from the comfort of classroom or home with our printable postcards. Just print, colour (if appropriate), write, cut out and stick. It's a great little activity for a creative writing class, for teaching children how to write a postcard, or for a country study.
For each of the country / city listed below we have a collection of postcards - colouring or otherwise - to choose from.
- Australia Postcards
- Canada Postcards
- Brazil Postcards
- France Postcards
- New Zealand Postcards
- Russia Postcards
- South Africa Postcards
- UK Postcards
- US Postcards
Postcards from All Around the World
Explore the world with this ever-growing collecton of postcards!
Can the kids draw a picture of something they might see in Antigua and Barbuda, then describe what it's like to stay there for someone back home?
Print and cut out this postcard from the Bahamas, then fold in half and stick together. Now you have a postcard from the Bahamas, can you pretend you're on holiday there and write the postcard for a friend back home?
Create your own postcard from the Bahamas with this fun worksheet! There's space to draw a picture, and lots of room to write about the things you might see and do there...
Ask the kids to use their imagination to pretend they are visiting Bangladesh and writing this postcard to send back home.
Help the kids to learn about different countries around the world with our fun postcard templates. Can the kids imagine they are visiting Bangladesh and write a postcard to a friend back home, and draw a picture on the blank side?
What a beautiful beach! Can you imagine you are staying on Barbados and write about what else there is to do there for a friend back home?
Design your own picture postcard from Barbados with this fun printable, then write some information about Barbados on the other side.
Send a postcard from Belize to one of your friends, telling them all about the country and what there is to see and do there...
Print and cut out this postcard, then fold in half and stick together. Then imagine you are on holiday in Belize, and draw a picture on the blank side and write some information on the other.
Can the kids imagine they are visiting Botswana and write a postcard to a friend back home? The beautiful picture on this postcard is bound to provide some inspiration!
Here's a fun activity to try as part of your studies on Botswana. Can the kids write a postcard to send to someone back home, and draw a picture in the space provided too?
The beautiful Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque features on this postcard from Brunei. Can the children imagine they're visiting Brunei, and write about the other landmarks they might see and activities they might do?
Create your own postcard from Brunei with this fun printable. Draw a picture of something you might see there on the blank side, then write about the landmarks, food and activities...
Imagine you are visiting Cameroon, and write a postcard to a friend back home telling them all about it! You can use the picture for inspiration.
What do you think you might see in Cameroon? You can draw a picture on this postcard and write a description too...
Cyprus is a popular tourist destination, visited by around 3 million tourists every year! Imagine you are one of these tourists and write this postcard to send to a friend back home.
What would it be like to visit The Gambia? Try and describe the sights, smells and sounds and the activities you might do on this postcard!
Draw your own picture on this postcard from The Gambia, then write about some of the things you might see and do there!
Ask the kids to do a little research about the landmarks, things to do and typical food in Ghana, then write them on this postcard.
Draw a picture of something you might see in Ghana on this postcard, then write some information about the country too using the lines on the back.