Instantly recognisable as a symbol of Scotland, the bagpiper makes a grand illustration for this Scottish-themed story paper to use in your writing projects at school or at home. Choose the version you prefer by clicking on the links below.
Scotland Story Paper
Our story paper features a collection of images appropriate for a Scotland theme and can be used for creative writing, copy work, research ... Two versions available, one with normal lines and one with handwriting lines for younger children.
Children can use this story paper for a creative writing activity. Perhaps they will write about a visit to the Queen on holiday?
The handwriting version of our Bonnie Prince Charlie story paper is great for younger children to copy or have dictated a fact or quote. We also have a lined version for longer pieces of writing.
Edinburgh Castle is dramatic, romantic and iconic - so this story paper is a great one to print for the kids to write a story set in the capital city of Scotland, perhaps...
Keep notes about the Forth Bridge, or about Scotland, with this story paper - or use it for creative writing.
Our Gretna Green story paper is perfect for a creative writing project - and it might be easy to start with the idea of an elopement!
Learning about Hadrian's wall? This story paper might be useful for keeping notes, writing a description for display, or perhaps for a creative writing activity.
Use this story paper when you are learning about Scotland, or perhaps for a creative writing activity set at Loch Lomond. Who will take the high road, and who will take the low road?
Even within his own lifetime, stories were being told about Rob Roy. Use our Rob Roy story paper to retell your favourite legend.
Choose from normal lines or handwriting lines for our Saint Andrew story paper. Write a llittle about the patron saint, then colour in the picture.
This beautiful Scotland landscape story paper is the perfect setting for any adventure, and you could set your story in ancient or modern times.
Kids can use this printable story paper featuring a picture of two children in traditional Scottish clothing for descriptive writing, or for making up a Scottish story!
Here we have two versions of our story paper - one lined, one with handwriting lines for younger children - complete with a picture of a thistle to colour in. Perhaps children could write their own version of how the thistle came to be the emblem of Scotland?
This thistle story paper is perfect for writing about St Andrew's Day, or for a botanical study on this lovely plant.