There is a parasol, beach towel and beach bag on the picture of this beach scene. Children will need to use the picture on the right to help them work out what is missing from the picture on the left so they can complete the beach scene.
This complete the baseball player puzzle is really a test of observational skills as children use the information from the complete picture to help them fill in the missing sections on the left picture.
Use our CN Tower story paper for creative or factual writing projects to add something a bit different to a Canada inspired project.
The Rocky Mountains, or Rockies, stretch more than 3,000 miles from western Canada to the south western United States. You can see why the Rockies are so popular with hikers and tourists from this lovely photographic poster.
The Peace Tower forms part of the Canadian Parliament buildings in Ottawa, Canada, and is also known as the Tower of Victory and Peace. It has some rather extraordinary gargoyles pointing out at each of the corners!
Who could fail to be amazed at the site of the world-famous Niagara Falls! Here is a poster showing the spray of water which arises from where the water cascades down...
The Canadian Mounties are instantly recognisable by their smart red coats and special hats! Here is a poster to share with the kids.
For those who have never seen a moose (that's me included!) they look like very strange creatures! Here's a photographic poster to print and display.
Maple leaves for autumn or for Canada .. this lovely poster will show the kids exactly what they look like.
Lacrosse is a popular game for men and women, boys and girls, all over the world. It originated, and is particular popular, in North America and Canada.
An inukshuk (also known as inuksuk or inukhuk) is a landmark built of stones, used possibly by ancient people to mark food caches, territories or for navigation.
Ice hockey is the national winter sport of Canada but of course it is enjoyed all over the world, particularly in the colder areas of Europe, Scandinavia and north America. This poster really captures the excitement of a match - but there is nothing like watching one live!
This lovely poster of an elk (also known as a waapiti, its Native American name) shows how large and stately this animal is. Elks tend to live in or near forests and feed on grass, leaves and bark. They are native to North America and eastern Asia.
The CN Tower, built in 1976 in Toronto, Canada, was the world's tallest tower at the time and remained so until 2010. Although now only the world's third tallest, you can see how it still dominates the Toronto skyline!
You can recognise a Canadian goose by its black head and neck, white patches on the face, and brown body. Although it is native to the arctic regions of North America, it migrates as far as northern Europe and has been introduced to many countries around the world.
Did you know that the beaver is the second-largest rodent in the world? Here is a photo of a beaver taken in its natural habitat ... a pond or river.
The spectacular backdrop of the Rocky Mountains would be an interesting place to set a story. Inspire children to get creative with our Rocky Mountain story paper.
If you have been lucky enough to visit the Niagara Falls why not get children to record their memories on our story paper. If like most people seeing the real thing is a dream you could use our Niagara Falls story paper to imagine a visit.
Our Happy Canada Day story paper comes with a section on lined or handwriting lined paper and has a fun picture to colour. Use to write up a report into the history of Canada Day or to record your own memories of the celebrations.
Can your children tell a story featuring some Canadian wildlife? This story paper with it's lovely detailed picture is sure to provide inspiration.
Write about your Canada Day celebrations on this cheerful story paper, available in lined or handwriting.
Print this postcard onto card and then cut out and fold in two, gluing the two sides together. Colour in our Rocky Mountains postcard to send to a friend or use as a different way to record information for a Canada project.
This Niagara Falls colouring postcard is a creative writing project with a difference. Encourage children to think what being at the Niagara Falls might be like and describe it on the postcard.
Mark a visit to Toronto to see to CN Tower or add something different to a Canada project with this fun CN Tower colouring postcard.
Use this Canadian wildlife colouring postcard to imagine a trip to Canada. Encourage children to describe the wildlife they might see.
Wish some one special a Happy Canada Day by colouring this fun Happy Canada Day colouring card for them.
If you are celebrating Canada Day why not colour and send this fun Canada Day celebrations colouring card. It would make an excellent invitation for schools or groups to use for children to invite their families to join in the celebrations.
Older children and adults are sure to love the details in this beautiful scenic colouring page of the Rocky Mountains.