A day in Papua New Guinea might be very different from a day in your own life. Can you research what it might be like and write a diary entry on this worksheet?
Papua New Guinea
Learn some interesting facts about Papua New Guinea, then print out the Papua New Guinea flag in our standard set of printables, including flag colouring page.
Village huts in the highlands of Papua New Guinea
- The Independent State of Papua New Guinea is a country in Oceania consisting of the eastern half of the island of New Guinea, and offshore islands. The western half of the island is part of Indonesia.
- The 7 million people of Papua New Guinea are extremely diverse. No less than 848 languages are listed for the country!
- Only 18% of the population live in urban areas, including the capital, Port Moresby.
- Large areas of Papua New Guinea are still unexplored and it is possible that many undiscovered animals and plants are still waiting to be discovered!
About the Papua New Guinea Flag
The Papua New Guinea flag is distinctive for its silhouette of a golden bird of paradise. The flag of Papua New Guinea was adopted on 1 July 1971.
Our Papua New Guinea Resources
Learn a little about the climate in Papua New Guinea then record what you find on this climate worksheet.
What have you learned about culture in Papua New Guinea? This guided worksheet is the perfect place to record everything that you find out.
The aim of this worksheet is to design an eye-catching tourism poster for Papua New Guinea. The kids might need to do a little research into the country first...
There are many traditional dishes eaten in Papua New Guinea. Ask the children to find out a little about them and the food that is grown on the island then fill in this worksheet.
We've got four sets of bookmarks to choose from for Papua New Guinea, each page printing out with five bookmarks on it.
Use this Venn diagram printable worksheet to get the kids to compare and contrast their own life with that of a child in Papua New Guinea.
Have you ever thought about what life might be like living in Papua New Guinea? Do some research on daily life here, then compare it to your own using this worksheet.
Print out the Papua New Guinea flag in three different sizes. Hopefully one of them will suit your project!
You can't miss the bird of paradise on the Papua New Guinea national emblem! But can the children find out its significance, and what the other parts of the emblem mean too? Worksheet 2 also has space to design your own national emblem.
The national flower of Papua New Guinea is the Dendrobium Lasianthera or Sepik Blue Orchid, and we've got a lovely illustration of this pretty plant for you to colour in...
Ask the children to choose five things to do with Papua New Guinea and illustrate them for this picture gallery printable.
This fun activity involves some research, a little bit of literacy and helps the kids practise address writing too. Can they write this postcard from Papua New Guinea ready to post to a friend back home?
Draw your own postcard from Papua New Guinea using our printable postcard template. We've also got lines on the back for writing a message for 'back home', and you can even draw your own stamp!
Use this Papua New Guinea story paper to record your research on the country, or to inspire some creative writing.
We've got lots of tourist leaflets to make for different countries, so once you've made this one for Papua New Guinea you could try doing a few more and set up your own travel agency for some role play.
Imagine you have been asked to write some content for a travel brochure all about Papua New Guinea. Think about the information you should include and use an informative and persuasive writing style...