Growing up in the Bahamas might be quite different to your own life! Do some research, then write a diary entry describing what it's like living there...
Lots NEW! The kids can learn about the Bahamas, get creative and test their knowledge - perhaps before a visit or during a geography topic - with our fun collection of printable resources. Take some with you on holiday!
Use this Venn diagram worksheet to compare and contrast life for children in the Bahamas with your own life at home.
This interesting worksheet asks the kids to compare their own daily life with that of a child growing up in the Bahamas. How would things like the food they eat, their education and the games they play differ?
Find out the facts requested on this worksheet, and soon you will know a little about the Bahamas...
This easy-to-print poster is full of facts about The Bahamas, including the capital city, population, currency and more!
This handy factsheet has lots of quick facts about the Bahamas all in one place, plus a map and a flag too.
This worksheet is designed to help children recognise the Bahamas' location within the context of North America. Choose a prompted or blank version below.
Here's a colouring page featuring the gorgeous national flower of The Bahamas, the Yellow Elder.
Fun Fact: This beautiful evergreen shrub can grow up to 20 feet in height!
Whether you are looking at Bahamas for a school project or just for fun our notebooking pages are a good place to present your research.
Here is a simplified outline of North America, with a close-up of the Caribbean islands and the Bahamas.
There's space to draw 5 pictures on this fun Bahamas picture gallery! Or you could print out and cut and stick some photographs if you prefer...
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...
Print this fantastic poster of the Bahamas (using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results), and use for classroom displays.
Are you learning about The Bahamas? This easy-to-print poster will look great as part of any display, and will also help the children learn to recognise the colourful national flag.
There are lots of things to inspire some creative writing on this Bahamas story paper - a beach, the sea, a city and a lighthouse! Choose from one of two versions below.
This fun-filled study pack has 25 pages of interesting facts, activities, puzzles and much more all about the Bahamas.
You've probably picked up tourist leaflets when you've been in tourist information centres and travel agents, and here's a chance for the kids to design their own tourist leaflet for the Bahamas. Can they write about what there is to see and do there?
This Bahamas travel brochure worksheet is a fun activity to get the kids practising descriptive and persuasive writing! Can they write some content for a travel brochure encouraging people to visit the Bahamas and draw a picture too?
There are 15 words all associated with the Bahamas to find on this word search grid. Try and find them all if you can! We've also included the solution if you need it...
A lot of us use weather apps for finding out the forecast wherever we are in the world these days. Can the children find out about the climate in the Bahamas, then present the information in the style of a weather app using the template on this worksheet?
It's fun to learn about different cultures around the world! Can the kids find out about culture in the Bahamas, then draw or stick some pictures in the boxes provided on this worksheet?
Have fun designing your own eye-catching tourism poster for the Bahamas - try and think of an interesting slogan if you can, too!
Get the kids thinking about the different food grown and eaten around the world with our fun food worksheets! Can they find out about the types of food grown and eaten in the Bahamas, and draw a typical meal on the plate?
The kids will enjoy learning about the Bahamas by reading these fun information pages. There's a little geography, a little history and plenty of interesting facts all about this beautiful country!
Here's a fun activity to get the kids thinking about what it's like to visit another country! Can they imagine they are going to stay in the Bahamas for a week, and write or draw everything they need inside the suitcase?