A colouring page of the tennis hero Andy Murray, aimed at younger children...
Scotland Colouring Pages
Whether you come from Scotland, are planning to visit Scotland, or are studying Scotland for a theme unit with the kids, we hope we've provided you with some relevant and fun colouring pages to print and enjoy.
We've got a lovely hand-drawn map of Scotland which points out some of the famous landmarks and Scottish icons. You can colour in a piper and a kilt, or children in traditional dress. And of course we have a collection of colouring pages for the Loch Ness Monster!
Finally, enjoy our collection of Scottish landmark colouring pages too!
Prince Albert bought Balmoral Castle for Queen Victoria in 1852. Enjoy colouring in our picture of this beautiful building, then fold and stick the postcard together ready to send.
Here's a fun activity that's got both writing and colouring practise. Colour in the picture of Edinburgh Castle, then write something on the postcard too (don't forget an address!).
Until 2002 when a new, long-lasting paint was introduced, the task of painting the huge Forth Bridge was continuous! Hopefully, it won't take as long to colour in this picture!
Colouring in the Forth Bridge on this postcard might be quite tricky but it's great for practising pencil control! There's space to write a little about Scotland the Forth Bridge on the back of the postcard.
Colour in the picture of romantic Gretna Green on this postcard, then write something on the other side. You can practise writing an address too, or you could buy a stamp and send it for real!
Here's a simple colouring page of a Scottish kilt, complete with sporran, to print for the kids to colour in.
If you are ever lucky enough to visit Loch Ness, be sure to keep an eye out for Nessie, one of the world's favourite (and most elusive) monsters!
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...
Colour in the Scottish flag. Leave the cross white and colour in the remaining sections a dark, rich blue.
Here's a colouring page of a boy and a girl dressed in traditional Scottish dress - fun to print and colour in!
There is probably no sight or sound that is more Scottish than a kilt-clad piper and bagpipes! We hope you enjoy our Scottish piper colouring page.
Can you could in this tartan design? Remember that the pattern is formed by horizontal and vertical stripes of colour, blending to form different colours where they cross and repeating throughout the fabric.
There is no need to stick to conventional tartan colours for this tartan colouring page, but you might want to colour the horizontal stripes (warp) first and then add the vertical stripes (the weft).
This thistle colour pop colouring card is perfect for St Andrew's Day, but pretty enough to send for any occasion!
Here's a pretty thistle colouring page for the children to colour, with simple outlines for younger children but enough detail to give older kids a chance to be creative, too.
Enjoy colouring in a picture of a thistle, the national flower for Scotland - you might want to choose a nice purple colour for the flower.
The thistle, national flower for Scotland, is said to be the oldest national flower on record! Colour in a picture of one here.
Colour in this lovely thistle - the national flower of Scotland. The colouring page is designed for older kids and adults.