A day in Bangladesh might be very different from a day in your own life. Can you research what it might be like and write a diary entry on this worksheet?
Take a learning trip to Bangladesh without leaving your home with the help of this collection of resources - and help the kids discover the geography, culture, wildlife of Bangladesh and more...
Use this Venn Diagram worksheet to help record the similarities and differences between Bangladesh and where you live.
Use this worksheet to compare your own life with a child growing up in Bangladesh. Do some research into the food a child might eat in Bangladesh, the games they might play, their education and anything else you can think of...
This fact-finding worksheet will help your children find out some information about Bangladesh and is a useful way to start your studies, and compare countries around the world.
Our country facts posters are great for displaying in the classroom, and don't use too much ink to print! This one is for Bangladesh.
This one-page factsheet is a quick way to learn some useful information about Bangladesh! It's also great for project books and displays.
There are two versions of this Bangladesh location worksheet. The first is guided, and the second is blank and a bit trickier!
The national emblem of Bangladesh is very eye-catching, but can find out when it was adopted and what the different parts all symbolise? For an extra challenge, try our second worksheet which asks you to design your own emblem for Bangladesh.
The beautiful water lily or 'shapla' is the national flower of Bangladesh, and it takes centre stage on this lovely colouring page.
This Bangladesh picture gallery will look lovely displayed on a wall once you've drawn pictures inside all of the frames.
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?
Print this scenic poster of Bangladesh to use in displays (use borderless printer settings for the best results).
Our country map outline posters are easy to print and don't use much ink, so you can print off as many as you like for different countries to make a display. This poster is for Bangladesh.
Our country quizzes are great for older kids, but younger kids and adults can have a go too! This quiz is all about Bangladesh, and you can use our Introduction to Bangladesh factsheet to help you with the answers...
The photograph on this Bangladesh story paper is bound to inspire some creative writing! Choose from one of two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
We've aimed our country study packs at children aged 7-11, but they can be easily adapted for all ages to enjoy by substituting some of the pages with other from the Activity Village website.
Fold along the dotted lines to make a 3-fold leaflet, then fill with lots of information for tourists visiting Bangladesh!
Bangladesh is famous for tigers, but there are a lot of other things to see and do there. Can the children write an eye-catching travel brochure encouraging tourists to visit?
Search for the words about Bangladesh in this tricky word search puzzle that you can print out for the kids to enjoy.
This Bangladesh worksheet provides a place for storing your research on Bangladesh. Why not build up a collection of different countries!
The climate in Bangladesh might be quite different from where you live - can you find out about the weather there, then present it in the weather app template provided on this worksheet?
This fun 'Culture in Bangladesh' worksheet asks the kids to find out about the traditional costume, arts, sports and pastimes and holidays/festivals of Bangladesh.
Design a fun poster encouraging people to visit Bangladesh. Try and include an eye-catching slogan in your design!
Can the children do a little research about the food grown and eaten in Bangladesh, and write about it on this worksheet? We've also included a plate so they can draw a typical meal!
Learn a little about the country of Bangladesh with this fun 2-page introduction! You can use it alongside some of our Bangladesh activities too...
What would you need to take if you were staying in Bangladesh for the week? Draw or write a list in the suitcase, remembering to take into account any dangers or risks, and the climate and activities you might be doing.