This lovely blue tartan scrapbook paper may not be a traditional Scottish tartan exactly, but it is a perfect winter background for a scrapbook page or card when you want something warm and cosy! You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to download and print.
More Scotland Printables
We've got lots of fun and useful printables with a Scottish theme - from lovely printable tartan scrapbook or craft paper to a Loch Ness monster fuse bead pattern!
Can the kids finish the missing parts of the grid picture by copying the complete picture of a little girl in traditional Scottish dress? Now how about colouring her in?
What do you imagine the Loch Ness Monster looks like? Use playdough to make your own Loch Ness monster on our playdough mat. Laminate the mat to reuse over and over.
Fun for little kids - print our Loch Ness Monster tracing page and trace with finger, pencil or crayon! You could laminate the picture and trace it again and again using dry wipe pens...
This beautiful postcard features beautiful Scottish scenery, perfect for inspiring the kids to do a little writing on the back...
This 10 page pdf has 5 different size scottie dogs per page and 10 different colours. Print, cut out and laminate and use for all sorts of sorting activities.
Just for fun, we've put this Scottie dog against the Scottish flag. Great for patriotic writing tasks! Our Scottie comes blank or lined...
Print and cut out this thistle jigsaw using our jigsaw cutting guides. It only takes a moment and you can adapt the jigsaw to the age of your child, then store it in an envelope or ziploc bag for repeat use. Fun for a Scotland theme!
This thistle playdough mat needs you to add a purple flower to the stem. It's a fun activity to celebrate Scotland.
Use this thistle template for our thistle crafts - or with your own ideas. One simple idea to use the template: children could colour in the leaves and then scrunch up tissue paper to make the stem and flower.
It's easy to see that these feet belong to a Scotsman - the clue is in the shoes, socks and kilt! But can the kids fill in the rest of the picture?