This useful bunting template makes large flags which are easy to cut out and, with the top flap, simple to attach to string or ribbon. Fold the flap over and simply glue down or staple.
Wnston Churchill spoke to the celebrating crowds below from the Ministry of Health balcony on 8th May 1945. Here are the words of his first address.
This bunting template produces flags (with fold-over flaps) that are the perfect size for decorating a classroom or playroom - not too big! Use as a card template to draw around, or print directly onto the back of coloured or patterned paper.
Use this template to string up a length of mini-bunting in no time! Print onto the back of coloured or patterned paper or card, cut out and fold the flaps over the string before gluing down. Alternatively, print onto card and cut out as templates for chidlren to use to draw around.
This useful bunting template includes a useful flap to fold over the string or ribbon that you will be attaching the flags to. Print this template onto card and draw round it to cut out bunting flags.
Design the front page of The Village News on 8th May 2020 - the 75th anniversary of VE Day, or VE Day 75! You could talk about the history of the day as well as the celebrations which are planned, and draw an appropriate picture in the box.
Here's a fun writing project! Write your own version of a newspaper from 8th May 1945 - VE Day! We've created various versions to choose from: with an iconic photo from the London celebrations or with space to draw your own picture, blank or with lines.
Use this newspaper template to write about victory in Europe at the end of the Second World War - or VE Day. We've included various versions, both lined and unlined, with photo and with space for a drawing.
On 8th May, it is traditional to raise a toast "to those who gave so much" during the second world war. This poster has been designed specially for the 75th anniversary of VE Day in 2020.
This simple colouring page for the 75 anniversary of VE Day - 8th May 2020 - is perfect for putting up in display in your window.
Use this as a poster as it is, or print and colour in the letters. Either way it will look great on display for the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Here's a colouring page for the 75th anniversary of VE Day, with a Union Jack background to colour in. When done it is perfect for displaying in your windows or attaching to a stick to make your very own, special VE Day 75 flag for waving.
Winston Churchill became famous for his V for Victory sign. Here is just one of the photo showing him making it! Perhaps his positivity encouraged the country to keep going during hard times and keep striving for victory.
Here's a colourful poster to display for VE Day 75! Choose from landscape or portrait versions - whichever will fit best in your window, perhaps?
This simple poster will look stunning printed out and displayed in a front window on 8th May to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Use borderless print settings, or trim off the edges.
Play a dominoes game or a solo challenge, matching the capital cities with their countries, with this set of dominoes cards. Just print and cut out, making sure that you only cut on the horizontal dotted lines.
This challenging set of dominoes cards tests your children's knowledge of the world's countries, cities, rivers and oceans. Play as a game or as a solo challenge. Either way, see if the kids can match up the cards correctly. They may want to keep an atlas to hand!