Whether learning kitchen vocabulary or making use of our Pancake Day posters, this poster featuring a kitchen bowl might come in useful. Find blank and with word below.
Pancake Day Posters
We have two versions of these Pancake Day posters - one with word and one blank. As well as a general Pancake Day poster with our illustration of a girl flipping a pancake, we've included everything that goes into a pancake, that you might use for making pancakes, and that you might want to put on a pancake! Outlines are simple for cutting the pictures out, too.
This poster showing six eggs and an egg box comes with or without word - useful for vocabulary activities.
This flour poster is useful for vocabulary activities and can also be cut out easily for displays. Choose from two posters, with word or without.
Learning kitchen words, or perhaps discussing how you would make a pancake for Pancake Day? Here's the poster for you! Available with word or without.
Here's a poster of a kitchen jug to print - with word or without - for your vocabulary work. We've kept the outline simple too, in case you want to cut it out for displays.
This cheerful lemon poster is one of a huge collection of food and drink posters we have at Activity Village.
This poster shows a jug pouring milk. It's part of our Pancake Day recipe set but is useful for all your vocabulary activities.
Are you talking about a recipe for mixing up a cake, or pancakes perhaps? Here's a printable poster - available with word and without.
Here's a pancake - English style - for pancake day! Print the poster with word or without, and cut out the pancake too, for displays, if you want.
There's something cooking in this frying pan - and I think it might be a pancake! This poster might be useful for Pancake Day and it comes with word or without.
A poster of a wooden spoon - for when you are talking about recipes, cooking, etc. You will find two versions below, with word and without. You could also cut out (and laminate) for displays.
Do you sprinkle sugar on your pancakes, or put it in your tea? Use this poster for vocabulary work or cut it out for displays.