Our 9th mask template has a slightly firey feel to it, maybe because the top looks a little like flames? Try cutting this mask out of red, yellow or orange card and adding some tissue paper flames too?
Our 8th mask template has quite an elegant feel to it and would look lovely cut out of some silver, gold or patterned card. You could glue on some sequins and feathers too for a bit of extra pizazz!
Use this worksheet to record everyone's favourite toppings for their Pancake Day pancakes! When you have the totals, perhaps you can graph the results?
There is just something so exciting and delicious about pancakes topped with jam, honey, syrup, lemon and sugar ... and this Pancake Day colouring page captures for younger kids perfectly.
Here's a fun little colouring page for Pancake Day, which would work well coloured in advanced and out on display!
We thought this would be a fun poster for your fridge or classroom door on Pancake Day. Our little chef looks very proficient at flipping his pancake!
Who is cooking pancakes? What are the ingredients of pancakes? We ask the kids to answer these are other questions on this fun Pancake Day worksheet, complete with colouring picture.
This worksheet asks children to answer some simple questions based on the picture, which they can colour in too if they like.
Everyone likes to sit down to pancakes for tea on Pancake Day! This story paper can be used in many different ways. What imaginative stories will the kids come up with?
Mum's cooking pancakes for the kids in this story paper - and they look like they are going to be quite happy to eat them! Kids can use this paper to make up a story set on Pancake Day, recount what they see in the picture, or write about their own Pancake Day experiences.
Sometimes we might need a reminder that good things take time, and that's the message of this lovely colouring page. We've left a border so that you can frame it if you choose.
In these high-pressure times it is easy to forget that sometimes, good things take time. This pretty card is just the thing to colour and give to a friend who needs a little reminder - and who could fail to be cheered up by this one!
This is a perfect card to colour and give to someone who is having a hard time and needs a boost, and perhaps a reminder that there is always another way!
I love this colouring page! There have been many times when nothing has gone right and I've just turned around and headed in another direction. This particular colouring page is framed and on my office wall, to remind me that there is always another direction to head in!
Here's a card for you to print out for the pack, fold and colour in, ready to send to other guides for World Thinking Day 2018.
This worksheet can be used to help children think about how every small - and sometimes careless - action can make a big difference to the world around them. It's a great way to encourage them to plan some good actions intentionally into their lives!
Use this worksheet with the kids, to brainstorm ways in which a child's actions can have a positive or negative action on the world around them.
"If you think you're too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito." I've always loved this quote from Anita Roddick, as it reminds children that what they do can have a positive - or negative - impact far beyond what they might originally antipicate!
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” This poster illustrates this inspiring quote by Jane Goodall.