Quick and simple, this totem pole pencil holder craft is a fun activity at Thanksgiving or whenever studying the history of Native Americans.
The children in our Tower Bridge Colouring Page are watching and taking photos of the bridge rising to let boats through. Part of our London colouring tour for kids!
Use this printable story paper to write about what is in the picture, make up a story or tell about a real visit to London to see Tower Bridge in action!
Print and colour in this detailed colouring page of the Tower of London, dating back to the Norman Conquests in 1066 and at times a palace, a prison and even a royal menagerie! The Tower is now home to the Crown Jewels and is one of the most popular tourist attractions of London.
Here we've got some printable story paper for kids to use in writing projects, with colouring page of the Tower of London, one of London's most famous landmarks. And of course all sorts of royals and famous people were imprisoned and even executed there over the years!
Print this tree lacing card onto card, cut out carefully, laminate and then punch holes around the edges for the children to lace.
This fun printable colouring page shows a group of kids all dressed up in Halloween costumes ready to go out trick or treating in their neighbourhood!
A Halloween colouring page for younger children, showing Halloween trick or treating. Click the link below for our printable version.
There's nothing as exciting as going trick or treating on Halloween! Use this trick or treating story paper to capture creative writing and have fun colouring in too!
This Trimmed Mask can be adapted to all shapes and sizes, and of course you can use anything you have in your craft cupboard!
Tudor half-timbered houses are easily recognisable by their black wooden frames and painted wattle and daub. Have a go at out Tudor house craft and make your own!
Knot gardens became popular in Tudor times as the Tudors wanted to show that they could control nature. Knot gardens were made up of well pruned hedges, grown in a symmetrical pattern, with flowers and gravel used to embellish them.
Who could resist this beautiful Tudor Lady craft! Sarah and the boys have used their magic to turn a paper cup and polystyrene ball into this beautiful Tudor lady, fit for the court of Henry VIII! Perhaps she is even one of his Queens?
For poor people in Tudor times, cups were made from quite thick clay, and often had two handles. They were either plain or fired with a green glaze. Our Tudor pot craft has been fired but you could make a similar effect by shaping a pot with air-drying clay and painting.
Kids can make this pretty magnet for a Mother's Day gift or just to cheer up the house during Spring!
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Use these fun turkey acrostic poem printables at Thanksgiving or for a farm theme. Choose from one of the four versions below.
Print out our turkey cartoon colouring page for your Thanksgiving celebrations - the kids will enjoy colouring it in!
Here's a lovely big and bold turkey colouring page for younger kids, for Thanksgiving or perhaps a farmyard theme.