Bonfire Night

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bonfireBonfire Night – A whole set of web links to provide easy access to games and many other resources for teachers in their planning and for children, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page, please send them to us in order that they may be included. Remember, remember, the fifth of November…!

TES ,KS1, Bonfire Night Resources – A collection of super resources, gathered by the TES.

Guy Fawkes for Kids – From Woodlands school

What is bonfire Night? – A video from the BBC . “Why do we have Bonfire Night and fireworks displays every November 5 in the UK? The Newsround’s guide has all the details of the Gunpowder Plot, right here.”

Guy Fawkes from the BBC Timewatch Team – On 5 November every year, the effigy of Guy Fawkes is still burned on bonfires across England in recognition of his part in the failed ‘Gunpowder Plot’ of 1605. This one is suitable for older children, it is the story narrated and acted out by real people.

Bonfire Night – From Activity Village  “Bonfire Night is a uniquely British event when we ‘celebrate’ the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot against the King and Parliament in the early 17th Century. In fact, nobody cares about the origins of the celebration anymore, but we all enjoy a good bonfire, firework display, and sausages on the 5th November each year!” (Activity Village) See the puzzles, printables and crafts ideas on this site.

The above YouTube video, along with an accompanying pack of resources, can be found at    “We hope that you enjoy learning about Guy Fawkes and why we celebrate the 5th of November, told sweetly by our little Millie aged 4. We also have a free printable children’s activity pack filled with arts, crafts and puzzles to celebrate this special occasion.” (DizKis)

Bonfire Night Activities for Children  – “Your child will enjoy colouring in our fabulous Guy Fawkes/Bonfire Night printable activities and making our great fireworks crafts! They may also enjoy singing and decorating our Guy Fawkes rhyme, and using our stencils to create their own Bonfire and Fireworks scenes! Have a safe and enjoyable Bonfire Night! “(iChild)

 A Guy Fawkes game

Bonfire Night