There are lots of details for the kids to write about on this ice rink story paper, or maybe they could write about their own experiences at an ice rink? Our picture is based on the lovely winter ice rink at Somerset House, in London. Choose from lined and handwriting versions below.
London Story Paper
Use our printable story paper for all sorts of writing activities, in the classroom or at home. How about learning a little about each of these London landmarks, and writing about what you have learned? Try describing what you see in the picture. Or use the story paper to write a diary or journal entry about a visit, real or imaginary! And of course, you can colour in the picture... Two versions of each paper available, with lines or handwriting lines.
Ravens are often used in myths and stories. Can the kids write their own interesting tale inspired by our raven story paper? We have lined and handwriting lined versions to choose from.
London's Big Ben is one of the capital city's best known landmarks, standing proud near the Houses of Parliament for hundreds of years. If you are lucky enough to be visiting this printable story paper is a great way to record details of your expedition.
Immortalised by A. A Milne in his lovely poem, and one of the most popular tourist sites in London, the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace draws crowds every morning. Use this story paper to make up a story, record a real visit, or write about what you see in the picture.
Guarding the Tower of London for hundreds of years, the Beefeaters in this colouring page makes the perfect prompt for a story or diary entry. Do you know what they say about the crows at the Tower of London?
Where are the children in this picture going? What is going to happen next? Print our story paper for kids to make up an imaginative story, or perhaps write about a real event.
Take a trip around London with this printable colouring page and story paper which you can use for all sorts of writing projects. London big red buses are well known all over the world! I wonder where this London bus is going...
Also known as the Millennium Wheel, the London Eye provides an amazing view of London to those lucky enough to go up. Here's a colouring page and story paper to write about the experience or make up a story..
Use this printable story paper to write about what is in the picture, make up a story or tell about a real visit to London to see Tower Bridge in action!
What an exciting view the children in the picture are enjoying! Use this printable sheet to write about a visit to London's beautiful cathedral, made-up or otherwise!
Here we've got some printable story paper for kids to use in writing projects, with colouring page of the Tower of London, one of London's most famous landmarks. And of course all sorts of royals and famous people were imprisoned and even executed there over the years!