Bagpipes have been banned twice in Scotland, once in 1560 and again in 1746! They're a huge part of Scotland's identity today, and you can imagine the loud noise of the bagpipes being played in the scene on this poster!
Travel around Scotland with your printer, colouring pencils and pens, with the help of our Scottish landmark printables! We've got posters, colouring pages and writing pages - perfect for a school project, some holiday planning, or just for fun.
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.
Balmoral Castle is said to be the Queen's favourite royal residence. Perhaps the children could pretend to be visiting a member of the royal family there and write a postcard to a friend about their visit?
Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852. Print our poster of this beautiful building to use in your displays.
Looking at this stunning poster, it's easy to see why the British Royal family are so fond of Balmoral Castle! Print to use in displays about Scotland.
Children can use this story paper for a creative writing activity. Perhaps they will write about a visit to the Queen on holiday?
There are lots of reasons to visit lovely Balmoral Castle - and the official website says you should allow plenty of time for a visit! Find out more about this historic building, then write your own tourist leaflet using our printable template.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert paid £30,000 for full ownership of Balmoral Castle in 1852. What other facts can your children find out and record on our Balmoral Castle writing page?
This beautiful poster features Ben Nevis, the highest peak in Scotland and the tallest mountain in the British Isles.
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!).
Have you paid a visit to Edinburgh Castle with the kids, or learned a little about it? If so, ask them to write a postcard home as a fun creative writing activity.
Edinburgh Castle has stood in the same spot since the 12th century. Here's a poster of this famous Scottish landmark to use in your displays.
As you can see from our poster, Edinburgh castle dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh. Print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
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...
Iconic Edinburgh Castle is a must-see for anyone visiting Scotland's capital city. Can you fill this 3-fold tourist leaflet with information about the Castle for potential tourists?
Edinburgh Castle is built high on an impressive 700 million-year-old extinct volcano called Castle Rock! We have black and white and colour versions of our writing page for children to record their research into this historic site.
Edinburgh replaced Scone as the capital of Scotland in 1437. Here's a poster of the city in modern times to use in your displays.
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.
The Forth Bridge is of course one of the most impressive "modern" landmarks of Scotland, making it a useful printable postcard activity for children learning about the country.
The Forth Bridge is considered as a symbol of Scotland, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can recognise it easily on our printable poster!
When the Forth bridge was opened on 4 March 1890 by the then Prince of Wales, it was the longest cantilever bridge in the world. It's also stunning to look at, as you can see from this poster...
Keep notes about the Forth Bridge, or about Scotland, with this story paper - or use it for creative writing.
The aim of this 3 fold leaflet is to produce a tourist leaflet all about the Forth Bridge. You might need to do a little research first so you can add some interesting facts and information...
The Forth Bridge was the first major structure in Britain to be constructed of steel. You can write lots of other interesting facts on our Forth Bridge writing page. Choose from colour or black and white versions below.
Glencoe is a glen in the Scottish Highlands, formed by an ice age glacier. You can get some idea of its outstanding beauty by printing and displaying this poster.
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!
This Gretna Green postcard would make a fun creative writing project. Ask the kids to imagine they have just eloped and got married and are sending a postcard home to tell the family!
Print this poster, featuring an illustration of Gretna Green, and use as part of a Scotland display.
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!
How will you use our Gretna Green writing page? Perhaps to write about a day out, or to write a story about a wedding there?
This Hadrian's Wall postcard makes a fun activity for kids who are learning about the Romans in Britain, or perhaps Scottish landmarks. Imagine they are there, or have visitied, and write a postcard home...
Many people believed Hadrian's Wall was the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain. Here's a poster to display as part of your historical studies.
Hadrian's Wall was one of Rome's greatest engineering projects. Here's a poster of Hadrian's wall today to print and use in displays.
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.
Hadrians Wall is one of the best Roman remains in the UK - can you write about this, and other reasons to visit in this Hadrians Wall Tourist leaflet?
Hadrians Wall took around 15,000 men about 6 years to build. You can record this and other interesting facts on our Hadrians Wall Writing Page.
Highland cattle, with their long horns and flowing coats, are instantly recognisable. This poster of one is perfect as part of a display about Scotland.
Scotland's beautiful Loch Lomond is well-known because of the famous old song about it - but what a wonderful view we've shown on our pretty printable poster!
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?
This writing prompt is a 3 fold leaflet - just print and fold on the dotted lines. Children need to do a little research to write a tourist leaflet all about Loch Lomond.
Use our printable writing page featuring a painted style illustration of Loch Lomond in your classroom writing projects.
I'm not sure you can spot Nessie on this poster of Loch Ness, but it's still a beautiful scene to display!