If you eat your carrots you'll be able to see in the dark - that's what I was told as a child! Will our carrot superhero encourage the kids to eat theirs? We've included a background to cut and stick your finished carrot onto, if you choose the simple version.
When did you last see a superhero cabbage in a tree? Not recently, I guess! Wonders never cease when you eat up your fruit and veg!
This broccoli superhero can fly above the rooftops! Perhaps if the kids eat their broccoli, it will give them superhero powers too! We've included a fun pre-coloured background to glue a completed colouring too, if you wish.
Colour in our aubergine superhero - either on his own, as part of a worksheet on which the kids name him/her and invent a skill, or with a fun background image too. We've also included a pre-coloured image in the set so that kids can cut out their colouring and glue the aubergine onto ...
Here's a fun activity with our Superhero Vegetables! Colour in the picture and then come up with a name and a skill for each of our Superhero Vegetables! I think Carrot Man might be able to see in the dark...
You will find just our Superhero Vegetables on this collection of colouring pages. Choose the ones that your child likes to eat - or perhaps use these funny characters to encourage a new taste or two!
Here are all of our superhero vegetables, complete with interesting backgrounds to colour in. They can jump into trees, ride tractors and even fly!
Read our text to learn about Windrush - then answer the multiple choice questions to check comprehension of the subject.
Read the text to learn about the Empire Windrush, the Windrush Generation and Windrush Day, and then answer the questions.
There are two options on this Windrush diary worksheet. Students can either write an entry about the journey on Windrush and their first impressions of Britain when they arrived in Essex. Alternatively, write an entry comparing life in the Carribean to life in 1948 Britain.
Britain needed help rebuilding after World War II, and the government placed adverts in newspapers in Jamaica to encourage people to move here for work and a new life.
Can you imagine packing up your whole life to start a new one in another country, with just a suitcase? We ask children to imagine what they would take with them if they were making a journey like the Windrush Generation.
The Empire Windrush had a long and interesting journey from the Caribbean to the UK in 1948. Can you plot the journey on the map?
This interesting worksheet does more than ask children to come up with questions to ask someone from the Windrush Generation. It asks them to put themselves into the position of an official interviewer, and ask questions that the audience would be interested in too.
The Empire Windrush is most famous for its journey in 1948, but it had an interesting history. The kids can use this worksheet to do some research to discover it more about the story of this passenger ship.
Use this story paper to encourage some writing about the Empire Windrush, which had an interesting history! Alternatively children could write about its passengers to Tilbury Docs in 1948, or the story of the Windrush Generation.
Children can use this story paper to write what they have learned about the Windrush Generation - or perhaps for some creative writing based on someone they can see in the picture?
This colouring page shows the first group of Caribbean men, women and children disembarking from Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks in Essex, to make their new lives in the UK.
Colour in this picture of His Majesty's Transport Empire Windrush - the ship that brought the first group of people from the Caribbean to make their lives in the UK, in 1948.