Learn a little about the beautiful Faberge egg, then use our printable story paper to record what you have learned. Or make up a story about the egg in the picture. Perhaps your father the Tsar gave you the egg for Easter?
Russia Story Paper
Our story paper comes in two styles, lined or with handwriting lines, so that you can use it with a wide age range. Kids can write about some of Russia's famous landmarks, the Winter Olympics in Sochi 2014, or the traditional clothing worn by the children in our pictures.
What do you know about the Kremlin? Can you imagine visiting Moscow and standing where these children are standing? We have two printable story paper pages with Kremlin colouring page attached - one with handwriting lines and one lined.
This fun map of Russia points out some of the key cities and areas, as well as showing some of Russia's most famous products. Use our story paper printable to write about what you can see, what you've learned, a pretend journey - or even a real one!
Write a story about the little boy you see in the picture, or use this printable story paper to describe the traditional Russian costume that he is wearing.
A boy and a girl dressed in traditional Russian costumes are waiting to be coloured in, then written about, on this printable story paper!
This pretty story paper features a picture of a little girl dressed in traditional Russian costume - perfect for sparking some descriptive or creative writing!
If you are lucky enough to visit St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, this story paper would be a wonderful way for the kids to record their visit. And if not, use the paper for a creative writing exercise, finding out about the Cathedral and Red Square, and pretending you are there!
Children can write their own version of The Fire Bird using our story paper, which is illustrated with five pictures from the story to prompt them.