Waterfalls are fascinating and calming to look at, so print this beautiful poster of a waterfall in the Brecon Beacons, Wales to add some peace and tranquillity to any wall display!
Explore our collection of useful colouring pages, writing paper and postcards, and our interesting worksheets, for these famous Welsh landmarks - Tintern Abbey and Canaervon Castle.
The most famous of all famous Welsh castles! Colour in this picture of Caenarfon Castle - a perfect accompaniment for a visit to the castle, perhaps, or when studying the country.
Learn about the history of Caernarfon Castle and test children's ability to make sense of pieces of text with this simple cloze worksheet.
We have left space for a headline so you can choose your own story on this newspaper writing prompt. Perhaps you might write about the building of the castle or the birth of Edward II or perhaps you might like to write about a visit or event that you attended.
Even if you can't visit Caernarfon Castle you can make your own postcard by printing our template on to thin card, cutting out, folding in half and sticking the two sides together. We have colour or black and white versions to colour yourself to chose from.
Whether you are making a display about Wales, looking at landmarks of the UK, or looking at King Edward I we have a Caernarfon Castle poster for you to print and display.
Edward I spent a huge sum of money building Caernarfon Castle - around £22,000 at a time when a skilled craftsman only earned around 3 pence per day!
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.
Children need to think about what information they need to include and the audience and purpose of their writing to complete this Caernarfon Castle tourist information leaflet.
Use our Caernarfon Castle writing page to plan or record a visit or to write up research on the history of the castle.
This poster features the Wales Millenium Centre, an arts centre found in the Cardiff Bay area of Cardiff, Wales. Over 16.5 million people have visited this Welsh landmark since it opened in 2004.
Here's a poster of magnificent Conway castle, which many say is one of the finest of Edward I's Welsh fortresses, and is now classed as a World Heritage site. Perfect to print as part of a display on Wales, castles or King Edward I.
Llandudno Pier first opened in August 1877, and it's the longest pier in Wales. My children love to walk all the way along the pier to the cafe and amusements at the end! This super poster is perfect for a display about Wales or the seaside.
If you're very lucky you may have seen puffins when on a boat trip around the British Isles - there's even an uninhabited island off the eastern tip of Anglesey, Wales called Puffin Island where there are puffins but no people!
The Severn Bridge is a motorway suspension bridge connecting England and Wales, spanning the River Severn and River Wye. It cost £8 million to build and took five years! Print this stunning poster of the bridge to use in displays and project work.
Snowdonia National Park covers 827 square miles of mostly mountainous land in Wales and was established as the third national park in Britain in 1951.
With pretty coloured buildings and a bustling harbour, Tenby is one of the loveliest places to visit for a holiday! This poster of the Welsh seaside town will brighten up any wall at home or at school.
Read all about Tintern Abbey in Wales and fill in the missing words. Cloze activities are a good way of practising reading and understanding.
Colour in this picture of the majestic Tintern Abbey. What an interesting history this building could tell you, if it could talk!
Use our Titern Abbey newspaper writing prompt to tell any story you chose; the Abbey's foundation, the rebuilding, the closure during the Reformation or a report of an event held their today.
Postcard writing is a skill - and one that you can practise with our printable Tintern Abbey postcard! Print on to thin card, cut along the lines and fold in half, gluing down the sides.
We have a growing collection of UK landmark posters perfect for project work. This one features Tintern Abbey, former home of Cistercian monks that was surrendered to the crown during Henry VIII's Reformation.
Here's a poster of stunning Tintern Abbey, situated in Monmouthshire, Wales, just on the border with England. The abbey was founded in 1131 by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow. For best results, print using the borderless settings on your printer.
Use our Tintern Abbey story paper to write up memories of a visit or perhaps to write a gothic style scary story.
Practise writing for differnet purposes by writing a tourist leaflet for Tintern Abbey in Wales. Print and fold along the dotted lines to make a 3 panel leaflet.