Growing up in Malaysia might be quite different from your own life! Do some research, then write a diary entry describing what it's like living there...
Learn about Malaysia with the kids with the help of this fun collection of printables, worksheets and colouring pages. We've tried to create activities that will encourage them to do their own research, as well as providing lots of interesting facts to engage them with.
Most of us use weather apps these days to find out what the weather will be doing! Can the kids find out the current weather in Malaysia and fill in the information on our climate worksheet?
There are many festivals every year in Malaysia. Find out about some of them and record your research on this useful worksheet, and also find out a little about the other aspects of culture in Malaysia such as art, music, sports and traditional costumes.
Design your own tourism poster for Malaysia with this fun printable. You might want to begin with a big, attractive image at the top to grab people’s attention, and try to write an eye-catching slogan too?
Find out about the different types of food grown and eaten in Malaysia, then draw a typical meal on the plate!
Our simple introduction to Malaysia is a great starting point if you're learning about the country, and you can also use it alongside some of our Malaysia activities and resources.
The splendid tigers really stand out on the coat of arms of Malaysia, but can the children find out when the coat of arms was awarded and the significance of the tigers and the other parts? For an extra challenge, they can try designing their own coat of arms using Worksheet 2.
Use this Venn diagram printable worksheet to get the kids to compare and contrast their own life with that of a child in Malaysia.
This interesting worksheet asks the kids to compare their own daily life with that of a child growing up in Malaysia. How would things like the food they eat, their education and the games they play differ?
This simple but colourful facts poster is an easy way to teach the kids a few key facts about Malaysia!
This simple worksheet asks children to locate Malaysia on our simplified map of Asia, and write down the capital city.
The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia, and the pretty trumpet-shaped flowers of this lovely plant are ready to be coloured in on our gorgeous colouring page.
Malaysia is marked in red on this useful outline map of Asia. Children can see its size relative to other Asian countries, and identify its neighbours too.
Draw five pictures of things you might find in Malaysia in the picture frames on this fun printable, or cut and paste some pictures from magazines or printouts.
Can you imagine what it would be like to visit Malaysia and see this fantastic city skyline? Write a postcard to someone back home all about it...
What will the kids choose to draw on this postcard for Malaysia? Simply print, cut out, fold in half then stick into place and they're ready to start their postcard picture...
This fabulous poster features a nighttime view of the Petronas Twin Towers, skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
There are two major parts of Malaysia, and we've filled the outline of these islands with the Malaysian national flag to create a visually appealing poster!
The stunning night view on this Malaysia story paper is the perfect setting for a story! Or use it to record some of your research on Malaysia if you prefer...
We've got 25 pages of activities about Malaysia in this study pack. Some of the activities are quite challenging and ideal for older kids, and others are more simple and creative - there's something for all ages and abilities!
This writing prompt is a 3 fold leaflet - just print and fold on the dotted lines. Children need to do a little research to write a tourist leaflet all about Malaysia...
This Malaysia travel brochure worksheet is a fun activity to get the kids practising descriptive and persuasive writing! Can they write some content for a travel brochure encouraging people to visit Malaysia and draw a picture too?
There are 'tigers' and 'elephants' to find in this Malaysia word search, along with 13 other words to do with this Asian country.
One of two "fact" worksheets on Malaysia, this one is a little more freeform and allows children to do their own research, then write about what they have learned. There's also a location activity.
Here's an empty suitcase, ready to pack with everything you need for a week in Malaysia. You might want to think carefully about what you would do there, any potential dangers and the climate...