Print out a page of 12 cupcake flags. Grab some toothpicks and glue and you are ready to decorate your cupcakes! There are two pages in this pdf file - the first with the name of the flag, the second blank.
The kids will need to do a little historical research before they write this letter! Can they imagine they are garrison commander at Vaucouleurs sending Joan to Charles, the Dauphin, and write a letter of introduction for Joan to take with her?
Joan of Arc was made a saint around 500 years after her death. Can you commemorate her achievements by designing her a medal?
Read about the short but incredible life of Joan of Arc, then answer questions about what you've read at the end of this comprehension worksheet.
Joan of Arc was only 17 years old when she led the French against the English in the Hundred Year's war. Find out some more interesting facts about her by ready our factsheet.
Joan of Arc was executed on 30th May 1431, but she is still considered an inspirational woman to this day. Can the children find out more about her life, and what makes her an inspirational woman?
What a magnificent poster of Joan of Arc, featuring her famous quote "I am not afraid. I was born to do this."
Our fun quote worksheets are a fantastic way to introduce younger kids to famous people. Can the children write about the meaning of a quote by Joan of Arc? We then ask the kids to rewrite the quote in their own words too...