Big Ben (the bell in Elizabeth Tower in the picture) can be heard chiming every 15 minutes over Westminster in London. This activity is to make your own postcard! Simply print out the picture, colour it in, and then glue the sides together. It is then ready for your message, and a stamp!
Use these fun London postcards - quick and easy to print onto paper, cut out and stick - as a writing project in the classroom, or an accompaniment to a visit to London! We've got lots of well-known landmarks on offer and hope the kids enjoy colouring in the pictures...
Jump into a black London cab and it will take you anywhere you like! Make yourself this postcard and colour in the picture. Its easy to do and then you can write your message and send it off in the mail!
Make yourself this postcard which shows the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace in London. Make sure you colour the soldier's uniforms red, and their furry busby hats in black!
The dome of St Paul's Cathedral is a familiar sight in the London sky line. Colour in this fantastic illustration (which also has a great double decker bus) and then write a message to someone on the back!
Tower Bridge is a famous London landmark and the fantastic illustration on this postcard shows it rising up to let a boat through. Postcards don't need too much writing so are good way to get reluctant writers going!
Here you have a postcard showing a Beefeater at the Tower of London. The picture also shows one of the famous ravens that live there. Postcard writing is an activity which encourages children to write and teaches them how to lay out an address for the purposes of sending mail.
The red double decker buses of London are famous the world over. Here's a brilliant postcard to colour in and make yourself.
The London Eye is a relative newcomer to London. It was built flat, over the river, before being hoisted into place for the millenium celebrations. This postcard shows one of the pods in which visitors make their journey around the giant wheel.