Historic events are often commemorated by stamps. Can your children design a stamp for Canada 150? Will they chose to include a place, an activity or a symbol. Encourage them think about what Canada means to them.
There are two design a logo worksheets to choose, one for younger children and one for older. Each asks children to research the logo chosen for Canada 150 and then design their own.
Every celebration is better with cake. This printable ask children to decorate a cake for Canada 150. What colours will they use? What decorations will they draw?
This bright simple Canada 150 poster is in the Canadian colours of red and white, perfect to display for the celebrations or to use as a scrapbook cover.
Record your memories of the 150th anniversary of the founding of Canada with this fun Canada 150 frame. We have lined or blank versions for you to choose from.
This simple Canada 150 doodle page has outline numbers for 150 for your children to get busy colouring and decorating with symbols of Canada. We've added a flag to start you off.
Share the celebration with this Canada 150 printable card. Perhaps your Brownie or Scout pack could send one out to other packs in Canada or around the world?
What a lovely momento these would make of a special day. Our Fourth of July doodle colouring bookmarks will keep older children (and adults) busy for ages as they contain so much detail.
Kids can practise their cutting skills with this fun sea shells cutting printable. We've provided dotted lines around each shape. Have fun sticking them somewhere or using them in a seaside display!