Here's an activity that's ideal for older children learning about Saint David. Can they write a letter to Saint David telling him about Wales today? What can he be proud about?
More St David's Day Worksheets
Here is a small collection of miscellaneous worksheets for your St David's Day classroom or home - including some fact-finding worksheets and writing pages.
Print out this worksheet onto yellow paper and the kids can have a go at cutting out the daffodil shape. Add an orange circle in the centre and put them on display!
Here is our standard "writing page" - in colour and black and white - for our Daffodil theme. Use it for nature study, or perhaps some poetry or creative writing.
Choose an interesting slogan to attract tourists to Wales and use it as the focal point for a tourism poster. You might want to add some pictures, too...
Here's a fun way for the kids to colour in a dragon! Solve the simple sums and then use the key to colour each section the correct colour.
Do you know any good recipes including leeks? You could write them down on this fun leek writing paper!
Try this worksheet with a difference for St David's day. Can you imagine you're a TV interviewer asking Saint David questions about his life?
Write about the life of Saint David as if you're writing a newspaper article with the help of this fun writing prompt.
Find out some facts about Saint David, patron saint of Wales, and use them to fill out this fun worksheets. Available in colour or black and white.
Use these Saint David writing pages to write about St David's Day or the patron saint of Wales. Choose from colour or black and white below.
How do you spell Wales, daffodil, dragon, leeks, saint and dove? There are some quite tricky words to master on this St David's Day spellings worksheet!
This Wales worksheet prompts children to find out some facts about Wales, and study its location in the United Kingdom.
Find Wales on a map of Europe on this location worksheet. Choose from the very difficult blank version, or the guided worksheet which has all the countries of Europe (and their capital cities) marked on it.
Use this notebooking page to collect facts about Wales! We have two versions to choose from. Version 1 includes space for a picture or map.
Here is a printable map of Europe (simplified) with countries and capital marked, and the position of Wales highlighted in red.
There are lots of fantastic reasons to visit Wales! Can the children include some of them in a Travel Brochure, and draw a picture to go along with the text?
Find out some simple facts about Wales and record them on this worksheet, which includes a location activity.