Here is the first of our onomatopoeic noisy word posters, for BANG. We've made it bright and colourful and tried to show the noise expanding out from the word!
We've got fireworks safety printables, fun writing printables for the classroom, and lots more here - suitable for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year and other fireworks filled occasions!
This lovely poster really sums up for me the excitement of Bonfire Night! A child is silhouetted against a bonfire in the distance and you can almost smell the fireworks and sparklers!
A big bonfire is often the centre of the public firework displays around the country on Guy Fawkes night - and some still burn a guy too. Here's a photographic poster for your displays or for prompting conversation.
Boom is such a powerful onomatopoeic word and we think this poster captures the BOOM sound perfectly1
Our cityscape is already bright and cheerful but it would look even better with some playdough fireworks exploding overhead! Print our cityscape fireworks playdough mat on to card and laminate to use over and over again.
Fireworks crackle, and so do campfires and bonfires and sitting room fires. Paper and plastic can crackle too. Crackle is a lovely word to say, and satisfyingly onomatopoeic! Put this CRACKLE poster up in your word corner or for Bonfire Night, perhaps.
What will this firework look like when it explodes? Use lots of different colours or just your favourite to make an exploding firework on this playdough mat.
If you are going to an organised display or having a party at home fireworks can still be dangerous. Use our booklet to help children think through how to keep themselves and others safe. You may find our Firework Code poster helpful.
Here is a firework - the rocket type - for the kids to trace and colour. Use the channels between the dotted lines for younger children, and the lines themselves for older kids. Fun for Fourth of July, Diwali or of course Bonfire Night!
Use these Fireworks acrostics printables for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, Canada Day, Diwali, Eid or any time fireworks are enjoyed!
These rockets are shooting off into the sky! Children can practice their scissor skills by cutting along the dotted lines of their tracks on our fireworks cutting practice worksheet.
This worksheet is great fun, and can be completed by pairing up in the classroom or home. It's basically a "madlibs" game for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July or any other event requiring a fireworks display!
This fun poster shows a London sky filled with fireworks! You can see the London Eye lit up in pink in the middle!
Here is a photographic poster showing a night sky lit up with a wonderful display of fireworks - perhaps at Bonfire Night, or July the Fourth ...
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...
Fireworks aren't the easiest thing to provide a template for! But if you cut these shapes out of bright coloured card and paper, include a variety of sizes and perhaps even add a bit of glitter of sparkle, you can make a fantastic fireworks display!
Image the sky lit up with a burst of fireworks like this one - perfect for Bonfire Night, Diwali or Fourth of July! Trace the dotted lines and then colour in the show!
Trace the dotted lines to make your very own fireworks display! This looks like a Catherine Wheel to me...
This fireworks tracing page is fun to do, but a little tricky. When you've traced over the dotted lines, why not add some of your own fireworks to the page too.
This one is my favourite of our four fireworks tracing pages. There is so much to do here! Younger children can trace between the lines with a thick felt tip pen or crayon. Older children can trace on the dotted lines and then colour in the picture.
You can use this fun fireworks writing paper for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, Canada Day, Diwali, or any time fireworks are enjoyed! There are three versions to choose from below.
We've tried to make this FIZZ poster look like it is fizzing. What a fun word! What can the children think of that fizzes? A drink? A firework?
This rockets card simply prints onto A4 and folds once. Useful for thank you letters, perhaps, or as a Bonfire Night party invitation, or even for Fourth of July...
This pdf slideshow includes six "noisy words" - Bang, Boom, Crackle, Fizz, Pop and Whoosh. We created them as words for describing fireworks, but of course they have so many more uses.
The letters on our POP poster really seem to pop out of the page, and that was our intention! Pop is such a fun word to say, and to spell, and of course it is also onomatopoeic.
This rocket acrostic is perfect for Fourth of July, with its red white and blue theme, but also useful for Fireworks Day, perhaps.
Here is a simple Rocket Acrostic Poem printable which makes writing the poem a lot more fun! We have a generic red rocket, and a red white and blue version that is particularly appropriate for Fourth of July.
Here's one of our printable origami booklets for the New Year, Bonfire Night or a fireworks theme. Use it to keep notes, record goals or write interesting facts...You will need our origami booklet instructions.
Our rockets poster will make a colourful addition to classroom displays for New Year, Bonfire Night, Diwali, July 4th or many other holidays.
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.
This beautiful fireworks scrapbook paper is ready to print and is wonderful for your New Year crafty projects, co-ordinating with the rest of our New Year set. Of course it is also perfect for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July and any other occasion when fireworks come out to play!
Use this stunning scrapbook paper printable in your craft projects or as a poster (add a card with details of your fireworks display, perhaps). You will need the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" to open and print this paper.
Chose from one of four versions of our sparkler acrostic poem printable on which to display your poem about everyone's favourite firework!
I love this poster, or a little girl wrapped up against a cold November 5th night, enjoying the excitement of a sparkler! What a wonderful memory of children. The poster is perfect for Bonfire Night displays, or perhaps for sparking some conversation...
Sparklers are an essential part of the magic of Bonfire Night fun and can be enjoyed (with care) whether you go to a fireworks display or not. Here's a poster for your displays.
Who doesn't love sparklers? This is a fun tracing page for younger children, who will also enjoy colouring it in when the lines are traced.
Fireworks are fun but they are also dangerous. If you are not going to an organised fireworks event and plan to set off fireworks of your own, make sure that everyone involved knows all about safety.
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.