We've got step by step instructions here which will teach children how to draw a pretty rose - useful for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, St George's Day, or for nature study!
Learn to draw a rose, give a rose jigsaw (perhaps with a secret message waiting to be read when the jigsaw is complete), write a letter on our rose stationery... lots of rose printables for kids here!
Use the grid provided to copy the image of the rose. Grid copies are great fun for children - it is so satisfying to see the picture appear1 If you are lucky enough to have roses nearby you could follow this with a walk in the garden or park to see the real thing!
Lace around this lovely red rose for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or summer, perhaps. Cut out and laminate, then punch holes around the edge. Older children could use a blunt needle to punch smaller holes along the inside black lines and stitch along them with running stitch.
Perhaps your children will make a red rose for Valentine's Day? Alternatively, choose any colour they like to add a rose to the stem; roses come in such beautifully different colours and patterns.
Here's our simple rose illustration in poster format. Print it out for display or perhaps as an extra large card, or the front cover of a project. Did you know that it used to be traditional to wear a red rose on your lapel or in your buttonhole for St George's Day?
Roses are the flower of summer in the UK, so we thought we should include a rose poster in our collection. This is a pretty photographic poster that might come in useful for summer displays.
Here's a beautiful bunch of red roses as a poster to print and display, with word underneath. Useful for the classroom on Valentine's Day?