The children will need to use their persuasive writing skills for this worksheet. Can they imagine they are Tom Wintour, trying to recruit Guy Fawkes to help with the Gunpowder Plot?
More Bonfire Night Worksheets
Scroll down to find a mixture of Bonfire Night worksheets, including an ordinal numbers jigsaw and a facts-finding worksheet on the man himself, Guy Fawkes.
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.
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!
This Gunpowder Plot worksheet asks the kids to do some research about the charges against Guy Fawkes for his part in the Gunpowder Plot. Can they then use the information they've found out and their persuasive writing skills to write a speech for both the prosecution and defence?
Can the children imagine that they are a talk show host interviewing Guy Fawkes? They need to think of some good open questions to encourage him to talk!
The date of the Gunpowder Plot might be the easiest event to add to this Guy Fawkes timeline worksheet - but can the children fill in the other important events in his life too?
Kids will need to do a little research to answer the questions on this worksheet about Guy Fawkes. Learn all about the events behind Bonfire Night! Click the links below for our printable versions - choose between colour and black and white.
Perfect for projects on Guy Fawkes, the Gunpowder Plot and Bonfire Night, this writing page comes in colour or black and white versions. Click the links below for our printable versions.
Here's an interesting worksheet to really get the kids thinking. Can they imagine they are a talk show host interviewing King James 1 after the Gunpowder Plot? What information would the audience want to hear from the King? They need to plan their questions carefully.
Remember, Remember is a folk song or nursery rhyme about 5th November, recalling Guy Fawkes and the other plotters against the King. We have printed the first verse on this copywork worksheet, which comes either with handwriting or standing lines.
This bright and busy rockets picture makes a good jigsaw puzzle. We have added an interesting twist to a standard puzzle though, there are the the ordinal numbers 1st to 10th on each strip. To complete the jigsaw children must put the ordinal numbers in the correct order.