Here's one of our printable postcards for kids to use, illustrated with the Angel of the North. Colour (if you choose the black and white version), fill in the back, then cut out. Fold along the line with the printed side out and glue the sides together. All ready to post!
We've picked various English landmarks - Stonehenge, Canterbury Cathedral, Angel of the North and more - and made some fun printable postcards so that the kids can go on a "virtual" trip around the country! They make a great little writing activity and of course are good practice for the real thing! You can choose from black and white or colour versions of each landmark.
This printable postcard of Canterbury Cathedral is a fun writing project for kids - but of course you could also put it in the post if you wanted to! Print, cut out, fold and glue together.
Here's one of our fun printable postcards for Clifton Suspension Bridge. Choose from colour or black and white. It makes a fun little writing project for the classroom - or a postcard you can actually post, if you like!
Here's a fun little writing project for Shakespeare Week: write a postcard pretending that you had just visited a production of one of Shakespeare's plays in the original Globe Theatre! Of course you can also use the postcard to describe a visit to the modern Globe!
Here's one of our printable postcards featuring HMS Victory - a fun addition to a project on Admiral Lord Nelson, perhaps? Or why not send the postcard in the mail after a visit to the museum ship in Portsmouth?