Can children sort the fact from the fiction with this fun Bonfire Night activity? They might need to do some research into the history of Bonfire Night and Guy Fawkes first. We've got plenty of help with that here at Activity Village!
More Bonfire Night Worksheets
Scroll down to find a mixture of Bonfire Night worksheets, all of which make a fun little extra activity for 5th November - in the classroom or at home. We've got lots more appropriate worksheets on our Guy Fawkes page, too.
Here's a fun worksheet which asks the children to fill in the blanks of a Bonfire night story - a fun way to pass some time whilst waiting for a firework display?
Use this printable as the starter for a sensory poem based on Bonfire Night smells, sounds, sights and so on.
Use this Venn diagram worksheet to compare the differences between Bonfire Night and Diwali. It makes an interesting exercise!
If you are going to an organised display or having a party at home fireworks can still be dangerous. Use our booklet to help children think through how to keep themselves and others safe. You may find our Firework Code poster helpful.
This worksheet is great fun, and can be completed by pairing up in the classroom or home. It's basically a "madlibs" game for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July or any other event requiring a fireworks display!