Identifying the countries and capital cities of Europe

These free activities are a great way for students to learn the location of Europe’s countries and capital cities.

They are ideal for atlas work and can be used either as an introduction to the European continent for students in KS1 or to extend the geographical knowledge of older students in KS2, KS3 or above.

There are three fully differentiated activities:

(N.B. All activities can be printed to A4 paper. Some may need to be expanded to A3, depending on the size of students’ writing.)


Activity 1 – Identifying the countries of Europe:

Shorter activity – Students write in numbers for each country (20 or 38 countries).
Longer activity – Students write in the name of each country (20 or 38 countries).


Activity 2 – Identifying the capital cities of Europe:

Shorter activity – Students write in numbers for each capital city (20 or 38 capitals).
Longer activity – Students write in the name of each capital city (20 or 38 capitals).


Activity 3 – Identifying the countries and capital cities of Europe:
The answers for this activity need to be written in an exercise book.

Shorter activity – Students write the names of 20 countries and their capitals cities.
Longer activity – Students write the names of 38 countries and their capitals cities.


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This product is available as part of the bundle: Exploring Spain - KS2 Exploring the United Kingdom - KS1/KS2