Learn the correct way to write the letters in the word "bonfire" with our finger tracing worksheet. Children can colour in the picture too. Why not laminate for repeat use with a dry wipe pen?
Enjoy our camping themed story paper - perhaps before you go camping, to get the kids thinking about what they want to get out of the trip, or when you come home as a journalling excercise. More camping printables coming soon.
Children can first trace the word "bonfire" a number of times to build up confidence, making sure that they form the letters correctly, and then practise writing it themselves, with our printable handwriting worksheet.
These logs on this bonfire playdough mat need some playdough flames to make them in to a burning bonfire to warm us up! Grab the red, orange and yellow playdough...
Our second bonfire template has a little less detail to cut out and can easily double as a campfire template.
Trace over the dotted lines on our bonfire tracing page for some fun pencil practice. Why not colour in the picture too?
Children can practise their handwriting and then colour in the bonfire picture - perfect for autumn when the leaves need clearing up, Bonfire Night, or possibly Fourth of July?
We can see this writing paper being used on Bonfire Night, or perhaps for writing about a camping trip or brownie or cub camps... There are three versions to choose from below.
Pack up your belongings and head off for adventure! Kids can tell the story and colour in this printable page. Where is the family going? Who will they meet and what will they see? Or perhaps they can use the story paper to write an account of their own summer vacation.
Our favourite things to cook over a campfire are dampers and s'mores. What will your children make for our campfire cooking playdough mat?
The best thing about camping has to be the campfire. Get out playdough in red, orange and yellow and let children make their own safe campfire on this campfire playdough mat.
Campfires are one of the more exciting aspects of camping - especially if you have sausages and marshmallows to hand! Here is a poster of a roaring campfire to print.
Camping trips are part of summer and growing up - and beyond! If you are lucky enough to enjoy one with the kids, why not print out this camping colouring postcard so that they can write to friends and family and tell them all about it?
It looks a bit lonely in this campsite at the moment. Challenge your children to fill our camping playdough mat with tents, people, campfires - or even a caravan.
Heading out camping this summer? Or working on camping vocabulary? Here's a photographic poster showing a camping scene.
Children sometimes need a little help getting started with creative writing, and our story starters are great at firing their imagination. Try using this camping story starter to inspire them.
There is so much detail in this family camping trip colouring page, we thought it would make excellent story paper. Kids can make up a story surrounding the picture, or just write about what they see.
Autumn is the season of falling leaves and bonfires, so I included this cutting shape in our Autumn section - but of course it may be useful for Bonfire Night and Fourth of July too. Print it out onto flam-coloured paper for a fun cutting activity.
This scavenger hunt will make any excursion for a walk in the woods more exciting for the kids - and we know it can sometimes be hard to get the kids enthusiastic about a walk! Make up your own list, or use our printable below.
This scavenger hunt could keep the children going for a few nights - perhaps as an activity to do together on your way home from school in winter, or to encourage the kids to go out for a winter's walk after dark?
Here's some fun printable story paper and colouring page designed to stimulate kids to write, with a camping theme. The whole family is joining in to get the tent pitched, and it looks like it is going to be a fun holiday!
The first idea that pops to mind to use these suitcase frames is as packing lists; young children could use the blank versions and draw what they intend to pack. But why not ask children to write a story of the suitcase's journey or use the printables to plan where they would like to visit?