If you have a special sister, this is the perfect card for you! Just print onto paper and fold in half, then in half again.
If your sister is special, you can tell her so with this very pretty writing paper! The blank version can be a fun background for children to draw a picture of their sister...
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Here's a real challenge! Can you think of a word beginning with each of the letters of the alphabet, all the way through from A to Z, with England as their theme?
Here's a simple colouring page of Stonehenge, showing as closely as possible the positions of the stones. Mysterious, isn't it!
Here's a lifelike colouring page of the HMS Victory to colour in - perfect for a visit to Portsmouth, a perhaps lesson about Admiral Lord Nelson or the Royal Navy.
Colour in the Angel of the North -admittedly a much smaller version than the real Gateshead sculpture!
Print our Stonehenge postcard, choosing from black and white or colour. Cut along the outline, fold and glue in half, and you are ready to write!
Here's one of our printable postcards featuring HMS Victory - a fun addition to a project on Admiral Lord Nelson, perhaps? Or why not send the postcard in the mail after a visit to the museum ship in Portsmouth?
Here's a fun little writing project for Shakespeare Week: write a postcard pretending that you had just visited a production of one of Shakespeare's plays in the original Globe Theatre! Of course you can also use the postcard to describe a visit to the modern Globe!
This printable postcard of Canterbury Cathedral is a fun writing project for kids - but of course you could also put it in the post if you wanted to! Print, cut out, fold and glue together.
Here's one of our fun printable postcards for Clifton Suspension Bridge. Choose from colour or black and white. It makes a fun little writing project for the classroom - or a postcard you can actually post, if you like!
Here's one of our printable postcards for kids to use, illustrated with the Angel of the North. Colour (fi you choose the black and white version), fill in the back, then cut out. Fold along the line with the printed side out and glue the sides together. All ready to post!
Here's a simple illustrated poster of Stonehenge that you can use in your projects or for display. We've kept the outline simple for cutting out, too.
Here's a simple poster showing the Clifton Suspension Bridge, with Bristol on one side and North Somerset on the other!
Here's an illustrated poster of Canterbury Cathedral which might be useful as an insert or front page of a project. We've tried to keep the outline relatively simple for cutting out, too.
Here's a simple illustrated poster of the Angel of the North which might be useful for an English landmarks project. We've kept the outline simple so that the kids can cut it out if needed.