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This blank outline of the map of Wales is perfect to get creative on St. David’s Day and celebrate the beautiful country that is Cymru. mynd yn biws (gan gynddaredd), troi'n biws (gan gynddaredd) - to get purple in the face (with anger) Mae'r Poster Baner Cymru yma yn berffaith ar gyfer bywiogi'ch ystafell ddosbarth a chreu canolbwynt lliwgar ar gyfer unrhyw arddangosfa. Mae llwyth o ffyrdd gwych y gallwch chi ddefnyddio'r adnodd hyfryd hwn i wella dysgu eich plant. Learning about flags is a great way to help young learners think about the history and symbolism of a country. It helps them to learn about why a flag might have certain colours or patterns in them, and what the different flags represent and mean. Etymology: from the Middle Welsh melyn, from Proto-Celtic *melinos, from *meli (honey), from Proto-Indo-European *mélid (honey)

You can use this Welsh Flag Display Poster to help children remember what the Welsh flag looks like. Why not ask each child to write a fact about Wales and draw a picture to go with it to create a fantastic classroom feature?

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Colouring has an important place in child development and can easily be incorporated into a child's day. Alternatively, you could even use this simple Welsh dragon colouring sheet to keep children occupied and having fun on a rainy day. This brilliant Welsh Flag Display Poster is brightly coloured and illustrated beautifully. Using this poster as a talking point is a great way to get kids to think about Wales. Why not ask your children to volunteer to stand up and say their favourite thing about Wales?

Legend has it that St. David advised Welsh soldiers to wear leeks in their hats during battle to distinguish themselves from the enemy. Learn more about the National Symbols by visiting Wales.com. Books about Wales for kidsThese fantastic Happy Easter in Welsh Mindfulness Colouring Sheets are perfect for using in class to help your children learn how to wish each other a Happy Easter in Welsh, whilst also taking part in a calming mindfulness activity. You might like this Easter Word Mat Welsh. This is great for using to help your children learn Easter vocabulary in Welsh. Wales has a long history of playing rugby and it’s a popular sport in the country. Many Welsh people follow their national team, the Wales rugby union team. With great passion and pride. As David was a monk, he was a vegetarian and was claimed to have only drunk water. He became known as “ David the waterman”. Pupils can use traditional colours to complete the outline of the Welsh dragon – a red dragon on green grass. Or they could use their imagination to make a multi-coloured dragon!

One of the highlights of Welsh culture is St. David’s Day, a cherished national holiday observed every year on March 1st.It is believed that David performed many miracles, including, raising a child from the dead, surviving eating poison, and more famously restoring the sight of his teacher, Paulinus. You might like this lovely What Can You See? Easter PowerPoint Welsh for another great activity to try. On this worksheet, as well as having fun colouring in the dragon, children are exposed to the Welsh vocabulary for colours and they can draw a line to match these to the colours on their picture once they’ve finished decorating. Colour the Welsh Daffodil for St David’s Day

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