Use our "bang story paper" to encourage the kids to write an exciting story which incorporates either the word BANG or the concept. They might also like to colour in the picture
Bonfire Night Story Paper
Capture the excitement of Guy Fawkes Night, fireworks displays, sparklers and a roaring bonfire with our Bonfire Night story paper - and get those creative writing juices flowing! Kids can use them for making up stories, writing about what they see in the pictures, or journaling their Bonfire Night experiences.
Our Bonfire Night story paper is available with simple lines for older children or handwriting lines for younger kids.
The children in the picture are enjoying a bonfire and fireworks display for Guy Fawkes Night. Print the page for kids to make up a story, write about what they see happening, or tell about their own Bonfire Night parties - and of course, don't forget to colour in the picture!
How can the kids get the word BOOM into their story? Use this fun printable story paper to find out! Children might also like to colour in the picture.
Fires crackle, fireworks crackle, old clothes crackle, old pieces of paper might crackle… There are all sorts of ways that a story incorporating the word "crackle" could go! Print out this story paper to find out what your child will come up with.
Use this story paper for Bonfire Night or any type of fireworks display. Families are all wrapped up for a cold November evening and the sky is filled with beautiful fireworks. What will happen next? Write a story and colour in the picture too...
How can the kids incorporate the word "phase" into their story? There are a number of ways that we can think of – perhaps a fizzy drink or a fizzy firework! Choose from 2 versions of our story paper, and don't forget to suggest that they colour in the picture too.
Kids can use this story paper to write what they know about the Gunpowder Plot, or maybe they can imagine that they are Guy Fawkes or Robert Catesby and tell the story from their point of view? We have lined or handwriting versions available below.
Guy Fawkes is the name we associate the most with the Gunpowder Plot, but there were many other men involved too.
Perfect for writing what you've learned about Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night, our story paper is available in two versions, one with lines and one with handwriting lines. Click the links below for our printable versions.
Use our Guy Fawkes story paper to record some facts about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot, or maybe to tell the story from the point of view of Guy Fawkes himself? We have two versions to choose from below, with lines or handwriting lines.
Children can use our James 1 story paper to write down what they know about the first Stuart monarch, or perhaps to retell the story of the Gunpowder Plot. There's a detailed portrait of the King to colour in, and we have lined or handwriting versions to choose from below.
You don't often see children asking for a penny for the guy these days, but once they were an exciting part of every Guy Fawkes Night celebration.
What pops? Kids can brainstorm some ideas before starting to write an interesting story which includes the word – or the sound – POP! This fun story paper also has a word art colouring page to inspire and entertain them.
This rockets story paper is perfect for a New Year's Eve or Bonfire Night writing project, and the kids can enjoy colouring in the picture too.
Kids can use this story paper to write a story about "The Fireworks Display", or perhaps to write a description of the display that they visited.