Joan of Arc was made a saint around 500 years after her death. Can you commemorate her achievements by designing her a medal?
Read about the short but incredible life of Joan of Arc, then answer questions about what you've read at the end of this comprehension worksheet.
Joan of Arc was only 17 years old when she led the French against the English in the Hundred Year's war. Find out some more interesting facts about her by ready our factsheet.
Joan of Arc was executed on 30th May 1431, but she is still considered an inspirational woman to this day. Can the children find out more about her life, and what makes her an inspirational woman?
What a magnificent poster of Joan of Arc, featuring her famous quote "I am not afraid. I was born to do this."
Our fun quote worksheets are a fantastic way to introduce younger kids to famous people. Can the children write about the meaning of a quote by Joan of Arc? We then ask the kids to rewrite the quote in their own words too...
Joan of Arc was captured and tried for witchcraft and heresy by the English at the age of 19. Do a little research on the charges that were made against her, and write two persuasive speeches, one for the prosecution and one for the defence.
Joan of Arc was a heroine to the French but an enemy to the English. Design a wanted poster using our template appealing for her capture.
Find the words relating to Joan of Arc in this simple word search puzzle - a fun accompaniment to your Joan of Arc studies!
Joan of Arc's father tried to arrange a marriage for her when she was 16 years old, but Joan knew she was destined for a very different future. Imagine you are Joan at 16 and use our diary worksheet to describe the visions you have for your future...
Joan of Arc's battle standard measured 3 feet high by 12 feet long! Can you draw your own design for her standard using the flag on this worksheet?
The pretty bougainvillea is the national flower of Grenada and the star of this lovely colouring page!
Fun Fact: It's not the flowers that make this plant so colourful, it's actually the magenta pink bracts (a leaf-like part of the plant).
Dia de los Muertos is the Spanish name for the colourful Mexican festival which honours the dead with lively festivities (known as Day of the Dead in English).
Dia de los Muertos (which translates to 'Day of the Dead' in English) is a vibrant and exciting festival celebrating and remembering the dead, and it's the perfect setting for an imaginative story! Remember to colour in the fun illustration too...
Try this compare and contrast exercise between life in Grenada and where you live - are there any similarities found in the intersection of the circle?
Use this interesting worksheet to compare your life to a child growing up in Grenada, focusing on things like food, education, housing and games and activities.
Interesting Fact: We consume 62.5% more electricity in the UK than in Grenada!
Why draw one picture of Grenada when you can draw 5 in this fun picture gallery? Lovely for displays...