Ever imagined what it might be like growing up on a tropical island like Barbados? This worksheet asks the kids to do just that, and to write a diary entry of a typical day.
Help the kids to learn about Barbados with our selection of extra fun worksheets, printables and maps.
Ask the kids to find out when the coat of arms of Barbados was awarded and about the significance of the different parts and write about it on one of these worksheets. They can have a go at designing their own coat of arms on the second worksheet if they like!
This Venn diagram helps the kids learn what they have in common with children living in Barbados, and to understand the differences too...
The eye-catching flag of Barbados is featured on this facts poster, along with 7 useful facts about the country!
Have fun colouring in this fabulous illustration of the Barbados national flower, the colourful 'Pride of Barbados'.
Fun Fact: The Pride of Barbados appears on the Barbados coat of arms.
Holiday planning and project work is always more fun with nice stationery so we hope you enjoy our Barbados notebooking pages.
Draw some pictures of Barbados in this useful picture gallery, or if you've been lucky enough to visit there you can use it to draw some memories or cut and paste some holiday snaps!
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.
Print off this lovely poster of a beach in Barbados and imagine you're relaxing by the sea! Use the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
This idyllic beach on Barbados is the perfect setting for a story! Choose from one of two versions of this story paper below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
This bumper study pack is perfect if you're learning about Barbados. We've included a variety of activities from puzzles and map worksheets to colouring and quizzes!
Do some research then practise writing skills by writing a tourist leaflet for Barbados. Print and fold along the dotted lines to make a 3-panel leaflet.
Here's a writing exercise with a difference! Can the kids write some content for a travel brochure encouraging people to visit Barbados?
Barbados has over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year! Find out a little bit more about the climate of Barbados then fill in this fun worksheet, which includes a weather app template!
Barbados traditions have been influenced by both West African and British culture. Try to find out a little bit about culture in Barbados and record what you find on this worksheet (we have lined and blank versions to choose from).
Find out a little about Barbados, then design a poster encouraging tourists to visit. You might want to make it bright and colourful and use an eye-catching slogan too!
Find out about the types of food grown and eaten in Barbados, then write down what you've found out and draw a picture of a typical meal eaten in Barbados too!
Did you know that the grapefruit was invented on the island of Barbados? We have plenty of other interesting and educational facts to read about in this fun introduction to Barbados.
It's always good to be prepared for a trip away! Can the kids think about the things they'd need for a week in Barbados and write or draw everything inside the suitcase?