There's a simple repeating maple leaf design on this printable scrapbook paper, in autumn colours. The white background means it isn't too demanding on your printer ink!
More Canada Printables
Here you will find more useful printable resources for your Canada studies...
We've got Canada acrostic poem printables in 4 versions to suit all ages - a quick classroom or home activity for kids.
There is something missing from this Canadian flag! Can the kids make the missing part out of playdough?
I don't know about you, but I love this moose - and I've already had a go at learning to draw one myself. It's quite simple if you follow along with each step, copying the shapes carefully.
Mounties are so smart, I'm sure the kids would like to have a go at drawing one. Take it step by step and they will soon be colouring in their own picture.
There are three versions of this colourful maple leave border; lined, plain, or half lined. Use to take leaf rubbings on an autumn walk, record a trip to Canada or draw a Canada Day picture.
Write a shape poem, draw a picture of Canada, or find out about maple trees and record your findings. With lined and blank versions available there are lots of ways to use our maple leaf frame.
Print and play our simple maple leaf tic tac toe game with kids on Canada Day! Simple use two different colours of buttons or other small objects - one for each player. Red and white would be the most appropriate!
These maple leaves need some colour and decoration! Get out the playdough and decorate the maple leaves on this playdough mat in yellow and orange for autumn or maybe bright red for Canada Day.
We love this adorable moose and thought it would be fun as stationery that the kids can use to write letters, stories etc. It comes in three versions below.