Ask the kids to do a little research about the landmarks, things to do and typical food in Ghana, then write them on this postcard.
Draw a picture of something you might see in Ghana on this postcard, then write some information about the country too using the lines on the back.
This poster features the outline of the national boundary of Ghana filled with the country flag - perfect for displays and topic work.
Learn about Ghana - fun facts, a little history, a little geography - with these printable pages for kids.
Our country facts posters have a simple and clear design, perfect for any classroom display, or you can print and use them in lapbooks or folders too. This one is for Grenada.
Need to find out the population or capital of Ghana quickly and easily? You can refer to our useful factsheet for these and more key facts, and map and flag too...
This fun Day of the Dead story paper has lots of space to write down what you've learned about this colourful festival, or use the picture as inspiration for a creative story. There's also a super detailed picture for you to enjoy colouring in.
This beautifully illustrated Day of the Dead colouring page has enough detail to appeal to children of all ages (and adults too!).
These children are ready to celebrate The Day of the Dead with their faces painted like fancy sugar skulls! Print this lovely poster to brighten up any display...
Marigolds and sugar skulls are important symbols during the Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico, and this colourful display poster has both!
This fabulous poster features two of the most recognisable symbols of the Day of the Dead celebrations - sugar skull face paint and marigolds. Print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
This is a lovely activity and it works well for a single child, a family or a classroom display. Sam wasn't feeling too loving when we did this, so our example lists some of the things he "likes" rather than "loves"!