Children can use this story paper for a creative writing activity. Perhaps they will write about a visit to the Queen on holiday?
Royal Family Worksheets
Our fun Royal Family worksheets make finding out about the British monarchy fun for kids. Do a little research to find the facts you need to fill in the blanks, and then think about what you would talk about if you met one of the family...
There are lots of reasons to visit lovely Balmoral Castle - and the official website says you should allow plenty of time for a visit! Find out more about this historic building, then write your own tourist leaflet using our printable template.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert paid £30,000 for full ownership of Balmoral Castle in 1852. What other facts can your children find out and record on our Balmoral Castle writing page?
There's a very well-known royal lady who loves corgis and has a bunch of them at all times! I think you might enjoy our corgi activities - including this fun tracing page for little ones - for a royal theme, the Queen's birthday, or just because corgis are lovely dogs.
Design a stamp to commemorate a special occasion or perhaps to celebrate your favourite hero or holiday! We've got two versions: one with the Queen's silhouette in the corner, just like a real British stamp; and one blank. Just print and start designing!
It's very rare for the Royal Family to grant interviews, so think carefully about what questions you would ask the Duchess of Cambridge if you were lucky enough to have that interview.
The picture shows the Duchess of Cambridge waving to the crowds. Perhaps you could write a newspaper article about a royal visit?
She's married to Prince William and the mother of three children but what else do children know about the Duchess of Cambridge?
Are you learning about the royal family? Our Duchess of Cambridge writing page is perfect for recording what you know about Catherine, the wife of Prince William.
Kids can do some fun research on Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall in order to fill out this worksheet, and then think about what they might talk about if they met her!
Practise pencil control by following the horses on parade! Start with a straight line and then get increasingly more wiggly...
The Queen's Guard and Beefeaters are on parade! Print out this fun page and work on those pencil skills.
Have some fun finding out the answers to fill in this worksheet on Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and heir to the throne.
Why not practise handwriting with this very royal worksheet, featuring the lovely Prince George in his smart school uniform?
Prince Harry seems like he'd a be fun person to interview! But what would the children ask him if they got the chance? Our worksheet lets them pretend they are a TV host interviewing the Prince...
Prince Harry has been written about by newspapers his whole life, and there will be lots of more articles covering his wedding to Meghan Markle this year. Our newspaper writing prompt lets the children write their own report on the well-loved Prince...
Find out some interesting facts about Prince Harry as you complete this worksheet. Kids can then think about what they would talk about with Prince Harry if they met him!
Prince Harry is about to marry Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle, but what else do the children know about him? This fun worksheet asks them to fill in some facts...
The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018 is a great opportunity to get the kids putting pen to paper - can they write their own report of the wedding perhaps? Or maybe they write about Prince Harry's military career or charity work?
Kids can learn to write the new royal baby's name with the help of this handwriting worksheet spelling out Prince Louis!
Have some fun finding out the answers to fill in this worksheet on Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Find out some interesting facts about Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, to complete this worksheet. Would you like to meet him? What would you talk about?
Children can practice their handwriting by tracing over the letters of the little Princess Charlotte, then having a go on their own. Available in colour or black and white.
The children will love finding out more about the adorable Princess Charlotte for this fun worksheet!
This two-page comprehension worksheet introduces children to Princess Diana and the main events of her short life, then asks questions to check how much they took in.
Imagine that you are a talk show host and you are interviewing Princess Diana. What would you ask her? This interesting worksheet asks children to really think about the sort of questions they would ask, and what their audience would want to hear.
This quote worksheet provides a well-known quote from Diana, Princess of Wales, and asks kids to think about what she meant when she said it, and to rewrite it in their own words. "When you are happy you can forgive a great deal."
Princess Diana once famously said, “Every one of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.” This worksheet asks children to think about what she meant, and to rewrite the quote in their own words.
Our Princess Diana story paper, complete with a lovely picture or colouring page of Princess Diana at her most beautiful in ball dress and tiara, is perfect for children to write a short piece about the late Princess of Wales.
This lovely worksheet asks children to think about what it meant to be known as "the people's princess", as Diana became known after her marriage to Prince Charles.
This version of our Princess Diana timeline worksheet provides a timeline to print as well as key events to cut out and stick in the appropriate places.
As you research the life of Diana, Princess of Wales with the kids, add key events to this time-line.
Our simple worksheet - which comes in colour or black and white - asks children to find out some facts about Princess Diana and think about what they would talk about if they could meet her.
Use our simple writing page, which come in colour or black and white options, to write about Diana, Princess of Wales.
Our second worksheet for the Queen, this one is aimed at slightly older children. The photo is one of the Palace's official Diamond Jubilee photos and it is quite special. Challenge the kids to fill out all the blanks and come up with some interesting facts about Her Majesty.
What would you talk about if you met the Queen? Can you find out an interest fact about her? These are just some of the questions on this fun printable worksheet about the Queen.
Here's a fun handwriting worksheet for little ones, perfect for royal occasions, the Queen's Birthday, or just for fun anytime. Each line gives a little less help than the last.
Here's a fun handwriting practice worksheet for the arrival of a Royal Baby - perfect for when we don't yet know the name! And there's a royal teddy to colour in, too.
Cutting straight lines takes practice, but it's made more fun when the scissors are aiming for a horse and carriage! Just print and ask your child to cut as straight along the dotted lines as possible.
For the first of our royal counting worksheets, kids are asked to count the royal symbols and write the correct number in the box on the right.
Here's our second royal counting worksheet, offering more counting practice for the kids. Write the correct number in the box on the right.
Our third royal counting worksheet presents children with a jumble of objects and asks them to count carefully then write the totals at the top of the page.
Children can learn the names of the main members of the Royal family, and have some alphabetical order practice at the same time with this fun worksheet.
Here's a fun way for the kids to learn how the Royal Family fit together! On the first page we provide cartoon images for the kids to cut out and stick into the correct places in the blank grid on the second page.
Cut out the Queen's crown, her sceptre, a very royal throne and an immaculate Queen's Guard on parade - perfect for your royal topic or perhaps the Queen's birthday celebrations.
The members of the British Royal family serve as patrons for many charities, helping to raise awareness and support them. This worksheet asks the children to write about which charity they would be a patron of, and why this charity would be their choice...
A royal baby is always headline news. Children can write their own front page story with our Will and Kate new arrival newspaper writing prompt.