Bonfire Night in the UK is celebrated each and every year. Why not keep your kids amused at your Bonfire party this year with our totally free Bonfire Night Firework printable for kids that they will love.
The 5th November in Great Britain we celebrate Bonfire Night which is also known as Guy Fawkes night. Its history begins with the events of 5 November 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while guarding explosives the plotters had placed beneath the House of Lords.
Bonfire Night in the UK
As an annual event, children and adults in Great Britain celebrate bonfire night by attending organised firework displays, holding firework parties and eating traditional foods such as Bonfire toffee apples, treacle toffee and Parkin. As a tradition we often build bonfires using old wood and make a Guy Fawkes, using old clothes to dress our scarecrow like figure which we place on top of the bonfire to be lit during the firework display.
Free Firework display printable
This year to celebrate, Gameband + Minecraft have joined in the tradition by creating a wonderful free printable to have fun colouring in and decorating with glitter and brightly coloured felt tips.We would really love you to upload your creations for everyone to see and Gameband will be giving a shout out to their favourite creations and share it on social media to all Minecraft fans out there! I hope you like our Gameband + Minecraft picture we have been creating over half term.
Get your free firework Bonfire Night printable
Get your free Bonfire Night colouring printable here.
Decorate this printable and post it on your favourite social media of choice using the hashtag:#GamebandBonfire
This School holiday we have also been busy playing Minecraft on our Gameband that we installed. It is so simple to install your worlds to your Gameband, even I could do it! Your Minecraft worlds can be safely transferred from your PC to your Gameband, so, there is no need to be concerned about the safety of transferring data across.
Just take a look at how simple transferring data is with this fantastic tutorial by Gameband.
If you don’t have a Gameband yet, then they are Available from Curry’s and also online at Gameband.