Florence Nightingale was loved by the men she served as walked the wards at night with her oil lamp, stopping to help the wounded and give comfort. Here is an oil lamp like the one she carried, for the children to colour in.
We thought a poster of an oil lamp might be useful for your Florence Nightingale displays. This would also make an interesting cover for a Florence Nightingale project.
When Florence Nightingale walked the wards at night in the hospital at Scutari to comfort the sick men, write letters home and check wounds, she carried an oil lamp like this one.
Here's a colouring page of Florence Nightingale that we have based on a well-known portrait of this inspiring and dedicated Victorian lady.
Here's a portrait style colouring page of Florence Nightingale, with ready-made frame to display it in! It would make an interesting and unusual addition to your Florence Nightingale project.
This set of Ten Towers includes 5 pages of coloured ten towers to cut out into separate towers or use in blocks of 4. We've also included a variety of counters, should you need some.
This useful Ten Towers printable can be used for counting practice or for display. Cut the "ten towers" apart (and laminate each one individually if you wish).
We see illustrations of toadstools like this in stories (Alice through the Looking Glass, for example) and the red toadstool with white dots therefore seems so pretty and innocent, but these can be very poisonous indeed! So if you come across toadstools like this, avoid ...