Our bonfire acrostic poem printable would make a lovely classroom display for Bonfire Night or Fourth of July. We have four versions to choose from: ruled and unruled, with or without graphic.
Holi is about colour, and fun, and also about a big bonfire and the story of Prahlad and Holika. Find a collection of worksheets that explore Holi themes and don't forget to have a look at our Colour Worksheets too.
Trace over the dotted lines on our bonfire tracing page for some fun pencil practice. Why not colour in the picture too?
This story paper is perfect for writing about the Hindu festival Holi and the colourful celebrations involved - but it's fun enough to be used in many other ways too! Choose from handwriting lines or 1cm ruled.
Autumn is the season of falling leaves and bonfires, so I included this cutting shape in our Autumn section - but of course it may be useful for Bonfire Night and Fourth of July too. Print it out onto flam-coloured paper for a fun cutting activity.
In Jaipur, India, there is a magnificent gathering of colourfully decorated elephants as part of the Holi spring celebrations. Kids can have a go at designing their own decorated elephant using our blank.
The festival of colours, Holi, is the most vibrant of all Hindu festivals, so it's the perfect topic for a sensory poem. Use this planning sheet to start you off...
This useful set of Holi word cards comes with appropriately brightly coloured borders! Use them for your Holi displays. We've included 3 blank cards to add your own words.