Dagons can be a challenge to draw - especially Welsh dragons! But if you follow along with our step by step drawing tutorial, you will have a lovely Welsh dragon of your own in no time!
The White Witch of Narnia is intimidating, strong and very dangerous! Explore her character with the help of our character study printable.
Susan Pevensie is the oldest girl in the Narnia stories. She is motherly, but an accomplished archer and brave in battle. What else do you know about her? Use our character study to find out what the kids think!
Reepicheep is small but brave and gallant! Find out what the kids think about this character with the help of this fun character study printable.
Peter Pevensie is the oldest and the most responsible of the Pevensie children. Use our character study printable to explore Peter's character further.
Lucy makes friends with Mr Tumnus - but he has to battle with his conscience to do the right thing! Use our character study printable to explore his character further.
It is hard not to like Lucy Pevensie, and of course she is central to the first Narnia story that most of us read, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Here is a character study printable that you can use with the kids to explore her character further.
Of all the Pevensie children, Edmund starts out as the least likeable! But over the course of the stories his character changes, much for the better. Use our character study printable to explore how the kids feel about Edmund.
Of course Aslan is the most important character in the Chronicles of Narnia, appearing in every book and - according to the author CS Lewis - representing Jesus Christ. Have a go at this character study printable to see what the kids have learned about Aslan.
Write about Wales, or about St David's Day, or just about dragons! This writing page, which comes in colour or black and white, makes the writing fun!
This is a challenging grid copy puzzle for older children, who can use the squares to help them copy the picture of a girl in traditional Welsh costume.
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!
Get the kids to help the dragon through the maze to visit the castle! Fun for St David's Day or any Welsh topic...
Our Welsh dragon is quite a complicated drawing so this grid copy puzzle is a good one for older children. They can use the squares of the grid to copy the picture accurately across.
We ask children to find a path through the maze for the little girl to pick a daffodil for St David's Day! The solution is here for those that need it too.
Here's a tricky drawing activity / puzzle with a St David's Day or Welsh theme. Can the kids complete the picture of the little girl dressed in traditional Welsh costume?
Complete the missing parts of the Welsh dragon on the left, by referring to the Welsh dragon on the right! It's a mixture of a puzzle and a drawing activity...
This "complete the daffodil puzzle" is a mixture of a puzzle and a drawing activity and is great for building children's observation and copying skills.
Our third design of Mardi Gras story paper features a cheeky jester to inspire some creative story writing! Print the pages you need from the 3 included in this pdf file.
A little girl is making masks for Mardi Gras in the colouring page that accompanies this Mardi Gras story paper. Children can write a descriptive piece about what they see in the picture or make up a story about what happens next. There are 3 pages in the pdf file including run-on paper.
There are three pages to choose from in this Mardi Gras story paper pdf - two with our colouring page and one with space for your child's own picture. You could write an intriguing story about a masked ball with this design!
This is a large adult-sized colouring mask, designed for Mardi Gras but appropriate for any masked occasion - perhaps a glamorous ball!
Did you know that it is tradition to wear a leek on St David's Day? The leek is the Welsh emblem as well as a tasty, healthy vegetable! Here is a photographic poster.
This photographic poster of a lamb looking straight at the camera is just very cute - how could you resist printing it out for the classroom or home? It would be fun as part of a Welsh, Australian or New Zealand display.
Heres a lovely bright bunch of daffodils in a vase to brighten up the room! Just print out this photographic poster at A4 size and put it on display.
Welcome the kids to your Greenfingers Garden Centre shopping experience by proudly displaying this welcome poster at the entrance to your role play area!
If the customers at your Greenfingers Garden Centre role-play area are looking for some vegetables to plant, this poster will help them find the right area to start looking!
Customers tend to flock to garden centres in the spring, but of course they will have bought their spring bulbs and planted them in the autumn. You can use our spring bulbs poster in your role play area for your Greenfingers Garden Centre display.
All good garden centres have a big display of roses and the Greenfingers Garden Centre is no exception. Let your customers know where they are with this roses poster!
Print these price labels onto card and cut them out before folding in half. Right on some prices and use them to label the goods for sale at your Greenfingers Garden Centre.
Have you ever had a problem finding the tills in a very large garden centre? That's not a problem in the Greenfingers Garden Centre because you just need to follow the arrow!
All garden centres have a poster near the front window with their opening times, so here is one for our Greenfingers Garden Centre.
Print out the name badges for your Greenfingers Garden Centre. You can write your own names in, or use ours – we have a Manager, Manageress, Chief Gardener and Gardener, Expert, Sales Assistant, and 2 customers.
Garden centres often offer expert-led sessions to teach gardening or offer advice to seasoned gardeners about their trickier problems. You can have some fun in your role-play garden centre by putting an expert in the Learning Centre and encouraging customers to ask questions!
When the kids visit the Greenfingers Garden Centre they may want to purchase a house plant to take home with them. Here is a sign to help them find the house plants!
Most garden centres sell a selection of herbs, and our Greenfingers Garden Centre is no exception. Make a display of herbs by cutting out pictures, perhaps, or gather together some little pots with real herbs in them so that the children can identify them by sight and smell.