Use our lovely Advent calendar story paper to encourage some good descriptive or creative writing, then colour in the illustration too...
More Holiday Story Paper
We've got story paper resources for many of the holidays and events that punctuate a child's year. You'll find plenty below! For the bigger holidays please see our main Story Paper page here.
Use this lovely Advent wreath story paper to write about the meaning of advent and other Christmas traditions. Choose from two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
There's one day to put on the best ever barbecue and that day is Australia Day! Perhaps the children can write about their favourite barbecue food on this story paper, or write down their memories of Australia Day...
This simple story paper, featuring the silhouette of a bagpiper, might be useful for all sorts of Scottish-themed writing projects.
Here's some useful story paper featuring a picture of Buddha. Use it for storing notes, writing projects and more.
Print out this story paper to use when writing about the life of Buddha. There is also a lovely picture to colour in.
Write about your Canada Day celebrations on this cheerful story paper, available in lined or handwriting.
Use this fun story paper for Australia Day writing projects, and colour in the picture of the children celebrating too!
This story paper is perfect for writing about the Hindu festival Holi and the colourful celebrations involved - but it's fun enough to be used in many other ways too! Choose from handwriting lines or 1cm ruled.
You could use this Earth Day story paper to write about everything you do at home to help the environment and our planet or write about a specific topic, such as how plastic is threatening the earth and what we can do to help stop this. Remember to colour in the fun picture too!
We have 4 variations of this Eid story paper to suit a variety of ages, and in colour or black and white. Children can use it to write about their own experiences of Eid, or perhaps to describe what they see in the picture. You could even use it to send Eid greetings to friends and family.
This story paper can be used for writing facts about groundhogs or for creative writing tasks - and the kids can colour in the cute picture, too.
The kids can use this Happy Australia Day story paper to write about the history of Australia Day or to recall their celebrations. Available in two versions: lined, or with handwriting lines.
Our Happy Canada Day story paper comes with a section on lined or handwriting lined paper and has a fun picture to colour. Use to write up a report into the history of Canada Day or to record your own memories of the celebrations.
Children can write about Peace Day with this story paper, and colour in the picture too. Two versions available, one lined and one with handwriting lines.
Use this story paper - which comes in both colour and black and white - for the kids to write about Remembrance Day. The page is just the right size for them to write about the history and rituals of Remembrance Day and reasons behind them.
There are three pages to choose from in this Mardi Gras story paper pdf - two with our colouring page and one with space for your child's own picture. You could write an intriguing story about a masked ball with this design!
A little girl is making masks for Mardi Gras in the colouring page that accompanies this Mardi Gras story paper. Children can write a descriptive piece about what they see in the picture or make up a story about what happens next. There are 3 pages in the pdf file including run-on paper.
Our third design of Mardi Gras story paper features a cheeky jester to inspire some creative story writing! Print the pages you need from the 3 included in this pdf file.
This illustrated story paper is designed so that children can tell the story of Moses discovered in his basket amongst the reeds in their own words, or perhaps to copy out a passage from their Bible. We've provided a picture to colour in, too.
Children can use this story paper to tell the story of Moses parting the Red Sea in their own words, or perhaps to copy out the story or some Bible verses. Then they can have fun colouring in our illustration.
Print, colour and write using this story paper and colouring page of Mount Rushmore. Use the printable for history projects, learning and writing facts about the carvings, or even for imaginative story telling.
Use this story paper (which comes with either lines or handwriting lines) to write what you've learned about Nowruz or to describe your own Nowruz celebrations. Or how about writing a Nowruz letter to grandparents?
A fun colouring page tops our Pancake Day race story paper. Whether the kids have ever taken part in a Pancake Day race, or just heard about them, this story paper can be put to good use in many different ways. Choose from handwriting lines or simple lines below.
Mum's cooking pancakes for the kids in this story paper - and they look like they are going to be quite happy to eat them! Kids can use this paper to make up a story set on Pancake Day, recount what they see in the picture, or write about their own Pancake Day experiences.
Everyone likes to sit down to pancakes for tea on Pancake Day! This story paper can be used in many different ways. What imaginative stories will the kids come up with?
Here's a great activity for Passover or Bible studies. Using this story paper, the kids can retell the story of the plague of frogs (or all the plagues) in their own words, and then colour in the fun picture!
This poppy story paper features a black and white image of a paper Remembrance Day poppy for your child to colour in, and either handwriting lines or normal lines for your child's writing.
Children can use our story paper to tell the story of Prahlad and Holika in their own words, or perhaps for dictation. And of course they can colour in the picture, too.
Maybe use this story paper to write a list of everything you can recycle in your home? Choose from two versions below: lined or with handwriting lines.
Use this fun recycling story paper to write about a trip you've had to the recycling centre or a creative story based on the picture!
This Remembrance Day story paper comes in colour or black and white, with picture on the left and space for some writing on the right. Kids can use it to tell the story of Remembrance Day, or perhaps to recount their version of what they did, in remembrance.
Children can use our seder meal story paper to write about their own family seder meal at Passover, or perhaps to describe what happens and what each part of the meal represents. And of course there is a picture to colour in too.
What goes on a seder plate and why? Children can write about what they have learned and then colour in the picture too using our seder plate story paper.
Perfect for Anzac Day, kids can use this story paper to write the story of the heroic John Simpson and his donkey in their own words, then colour in the picture.
This St Andrew's Day story paper has plenty of room for the kids to write down what they've found about Scotland's patron saint, St Andrew, or they could write a report about what they did on St Andrew's Day?
This lovely story paper featuring a colour pop design on a Scottish flag is bound to inspire the kids to get writing on St Andrew's Day! We have two versions to choose from to suit different ages and abilities - lined and with handwriting lines.
The kids can write a story set on St Andrew's day or maybe write what they know about Scotland's patron saint on this lovely story paper. There's a lovely colour pop picture to colour in too once they've finished.
This lovely story paper with colouring picture is perfect for writing about the traditions of Kwanzaa, or perhaps about your own family's experiences and memories...