Imagine you live in Kenya, and write a diary entry for a typical day there.
Have a go at locating Kenya and its capital city with our map worksheets, discover the food, culture and wildlife of this African country, or see what facts you can learn with the kids!
This fun activity encourages some research about the weather and climate in Kenya. There's even a weather phone app template to fill in!
We've divided this Culture in Kenya worksheet into 4 sections, covering traditional costumes, the arts, sport/pastimes and holidays/festivals. The kids need to find out a little about each and fill in the boxes.
Kenyans love to eat roast meat, but can you find out which types of meats are popular, and what other foods are typical in Kenya?
Kenya has a very ancient history and fascinating geography too! Find out a bit more by reading our Introduction to Kenya...
Kenya is famous for wildlife including big cats like the lions on the coat of arms. Can you find out why they appear on the coat of arms, and write about the other parts too? For an extra challenge, try designing your own coat of arms for Kenya using Worksheet 2 (see below).
Here's an interesting Venn diagram worksheet for the kids to try. Can they research a little about life in Kenya, then compare and contrast it with their own?
Do some research about daily life in Kenya (food, education, games/sports and so on), then compare with your own daily life using this worksheet.
Did you know that Mount Kenya is the highest point in Kenya at 5,199 m? We've got this fact, and 6 others, on this colourful facts poster.
This Kenya factsheet is a great place to start learning about the country, and it's ideal to print and stick into lapbooks too...
We have two location worksheets for Kenya - one guided for younger children. Find the country and the capital city.
The stunning orchid is Kenya's unofficial national flower - and even if it's not officially the national flower yet, we think you'll enjoy colouring in this picture of one!
People often visit Kenya to see the 'Big Five' safari animals: the lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros. Perhaps you could draw them in these 5 frames? Or choose 5 other pictures to do with Kenya to draw...
This stunning postcard features a photograph of Mount Kilimanjaro, but can the kids describe some other landmarks and places can you see in Kenya, along with activities you might do or food you might eat?
Kenya is famous for safari adventures and amazing wild animals - something to draw and write about on this postcard perhaps?
Mount Kilimanjaro is situated in Tanzania, but this stunning view can be seen from Kenya. For best results, print using the borderless settings on your printer.
We've put the Kenyan flag inside the shape of the country on this simple but effective poster - it's also easy to print and won't use up too much ink.
Kenya would make an excellent setting for a story, set on a safari perhaps? Choose from one of our two versions of story paper below (lined or with handwriting lines).
Our Kenya study pack is full of educational resources and fun, creative activities. It's aimed at children of 7-11 years old, but many of the activities will suit older or younger children too.
Mount Kilimanjaro is on the front of this 3-fold Kenya tourist leaflet, and the kids just need to add some information about Kenya inside...
Kenya is famous for wildlife safaris, but there are a lot of other things to see and do there. Can the children write an eye-catching travel brochure encouraging people to visit?
We've hidden 15 words all to do with Kenya in this word search grid - can the children find them all? Solution available to download below...
Many people like to go on a safari when they visit Kenya. Think about what you'd need to pack for this and other activities in Kenya, and draw or write down all the items in the suitcase.