How much have the kids learned about Stonehenge? Test their comprehension in a non-threatening way by asking them to fill in the missing words in this Stonehenge Cloze.
Are you fascinated by the mysteries of Stonehenge? Perhaps you are paying it a visit with the kids, or learning about prehistoric monuments. We've had lots of fun putting together this collection of information sheets, worksheets and printables on Stonehenge and hope you enjoy them and find them useful.
Here's a simple colouring page of Stonehenge, showing as closely as possible the positions of the stones. Mysterious, isn't it!
Read the passage about the ancient monument of Stonehenge, then see if you can answer all the questions below...
Here's a fun way to round up your Stonehenge studies... have the kids write a newspaper report as if someone has finally discovered (or proved!) why Stonehenge was actually built. Children can research the various theories here.
Sum up everything you've learned about Stonehenge with this newspaper writing activity - approaching the task from a prehistoric point of view!
When you've done your research on the possible uses of Stonehenge, get the kids to make their own minds up with the help of this opinion writing prompt.
Print our Stonehenge postcard, choosing from black and white or colour. Cut along the outline, fold and glue in half, and you are ready to write!
Here's a simple illustrated poster of Stonehenge that you can use in your projects or for display. We've kept the outline simple for cutting out, too.
Here's some useful Stonehenge story paper - lined or with handwriting lines - for writing about your visit to Stonehenge, or for your project work. There's a picture to colour in, too.
Research the answer to some simple questions on Stonehenge so that you can fill in this fun worksheet on the world-famous ancient monument.