This fun diary writing prompt encourages children to write about an imagined day living in Grenada...
Print and enjoy location, fact finding and other fun worksheets to use when studying the North Amerian island of Grenada with the children. You could use them to find out a little about Grenada before visiting on holiday, perhaps?
There are two parts to this interesting climate worksheet. Can the kids write a little about the climate in Grenada first, then find out what the weather is doing there today and fill in the details on the weather app template?
Traditional costumes, art, music, dance, sport, hobbies and festivals all vary between countries and give each country a unique culture. Find out about the culture in Grenada and write about it, do some drawings or cut and paste some pictures.
Here's an opportunity for the kids to design their own tourism poster for the beautiful Caribbean country of Granada. They need to make it as eye-catching as possible!
Learning about the different foods people eat around the world can be fascinating! This worksheet asks the kids to find out about the food grown and eaten in Grenada and asks them to draw a typical meal...
There are lots of fantastic details on the coat of arms of Grenada. Can the kids find out what the different parts mean and write about them here? Our second worksheet has an additional challenge - design your own coat of arms for Grenada!
Try this compare and contrast exercise between life in Grenada and where you live - are there any similarities found in the intersection of the circle?
Use this interesting worksheet to compare your life to a child growing up in Grenada, focusing on things like food, education, housing and games and activities.
Interesting Fact: We consume 62.5% more electricity in the UK than in Grenada!
Our country facts posters have a simple and clear design, perfect for any classroom display, or you can print and use them in lapbooks or folders too. This one is for Grenada.
We have two levels of location worksheet for Grenada, both asking children to identify the country and its capital on a map of Europe. The guided worksheet includes the names; the blank worksheet doesn't!
The pretty bougainvillea is the national flower of Grenada and the star of this lovely colouring page!
Fun Fact: It's not the flowers that make this plant so colourful, it's actually the magenta pink bracts (a leaf-like part of the plant).
We've produced this simplified map of North America so that children can easily identify Grenada's location, compare its size, identify borders etc.
Why draw one picture of Grenada when you can draw 5 in this fun picture gallery? Lovely for displays...
This little activity encourages writing and gives the children a chance to practise addressing a postcard. The kids can pretend they are in Grenada - perhaps having done some research first.
Here's a fun way to get the kids writing, and practising postcard and addressing techniques! Print, draw a picture from Grenada, write and cut out, then fold in half and glue.
This simple flag poster is easy to print and won't use too much ink, but will make a great centre point for a display all about Grenada.
What a pretty scene on Grenada! Write some facts about the country below the photograph, or use your imagination to create a story! We have two versions to choose from: lined, and with handwriting lines.
We've got everything you need for learning about Grenada in this bumper 25-page study pack (all activities are available separately too).
We've got 3-fold tourist leaflets for lots of Commonwealth countries, so once you've made one for Grenada you can try making some others if you like. You could maybe display them in a box or stand just like in a real Tourist Information Centre!
The kids can use this useful template to prepare a travel brochure that targets overseas tourists to Grenada.
We've hidden 15 words all about Grenada in this word search grid. Can you find them all? The solution is included below too...
This simple worksheet asks children to fill in some interesting facts and statistics, and then write about what else they have learned about Grenada.
Learning how to pack for different trips and countries is a great life skill, so start the kids off with some virtual packing practise with our 'Packing for Grenada' worksheet...