St David's Day Activities On St David's Day schools up and down the country will be ditching maths, geography and chemistry for a day of competition in music, poetry and art. We call it an Eisteddfod (ice-teth-vod). A celebration of creativity traced back to 1176 AD when Lord Rhys invited musicians and poets to compete for a seat at his table. We love old traditions, and making new ones. Here you'll find traditional St David's Day activities to help your children join in the celebrations. Make a Daffodil Daffodils Download our PDF to make your own daffodil. All you need to do is print out the stem and leaf templates onto strong green card. Next print out the petals on strong yellow card and the flower trumpet on yellow paper. Alternatively you can print the templates onto white card or paper and colour to make a paper daffodil. Make a Red Dragon Download our PDF to make your own Welsh Dragon. All you need to do is print out our Welsh Red Dragon template onto strong red card or let your children colour the sections to make your own Red Dragon. Make a Welsh flag Welsh Flag Download our PDF with the Welsh flag template, print out and colour in. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items It’s a living thing Children can make history at one of our brilliant living history museums. The Royal Family in Wales A celebration of the strong connections between Wales and the British Royal Family. Top Welsh writers Discover twelve Welsh writers who have been inspired by Wales’ language and landscapes. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Wales' must-ride trails From riverside rides to thrilling forest trails, Wales is a great place to bring your bike.