With lined and handwriting versions to chose from and a picture to colour our Caernarfon Castle story paper is perfect for younger children to write a few sentences to remember a day out to the castle.
Wales Story Paper
Lots NEW! Retell a Welsh folk tale or write your own on our lovely Wales themed story paper.
Will the kids write a story about a royal corgi who lives with the queen - or perhaps use this story paper for some handwriting practise? We have a choice of handwriting or lined versions to suit all requirements.
Write about the origins of the love spoon on this story paper, or write a story based on the tradition. Available in two versions to suit different ages and abilities.
Our rugby story paper is useful for kids writing match reports - but also fun for making up a rugby-based story, describing your favourite player etc.
Use this story paper to write about the life of St David or about your own celebrations for St David's Day.
Younger children might be inspired to write a story about a sheep with this cute story paper, which comes in two versions.
We have two versions of our spring lambs story paper. Older children might like to use the lined version for story writing, while younger children could write a sentence about what they see on the handwriting version.
Use our Tintern Abbey story paper to write up memories of a visit or perhaps to write a gothic style scary story.
Write a mystical tale of dragons set in the Welsh mountains on this story paper perhaps? Or write about a holiday you might have been on in Wales.
This lovely story paper featuring Welsh children (a girl in the traditional dress and a boy with the Welsh flag) is perfect for all your Welsh writing projects! Choose from two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
Write a story about a dragon - perhaps a Welsh dragon - using this lovely story paper, which comes either lined or with handwriting lines. And when the story is finished, colour the dragon!
Children may enjoy writing a story based on the little Welsh girl in the picture, in her traditional dress. Alternatively, use our story paper to describe what she is wearing, and why.