The following pictures are provided for you to colour in. You can download them by right clicking on the picture and selecting "Save picture as". This will allow you to save the picture onto your computer. You can then either use your favourite Paint programme to colour it, or print it onto paper and use paints or crayons.
- Scotty Dog
- Scottish Thistle
- Scottish Cows
- Scottish Landscape with Rainbow
- A Unicorn
- Cross of St Andrew
- A Hammer Thrower
- A Piper holding his bagpipes
- A Piper playing his bagpipes
- Nessie (the Loch Ness Monster)
- A Unicorn
Scottish Landscape with Rainbow
Unicorn is the National Animal for Scotland
Cross of St Andrew
The Cross of St Andrew forms the national flag of Scotland, as St Andrew is Scotland's Patron Saint. It is also known as The Saltire. When used as Scotland's Flag, the cross is white, on an azure blue background. This is said to be the oldest national flag of any country, ledgend has it that it was first used in AD832.
A Hammer Thrower
Throwing the Hammer is one of the traditional events at a Highland Games. Highland Games are festivals held throughout the year in Scotland and other countries, celebrating Scottish Highland culture and heritage.
A Piper holding his bagpipes
A Piper playing his bagpipes
Nessie (the Loch Ness Monster)
"Nessie" as she/he is popularly known, is a creature that is supposed to inhabit Loch Ness, in Scotland. This is Britains largest fresh water lake (called a "Loch" in Scotland). Loch Ness is 23 miles (37 km) long, 1 mile (1.5 km) wide and 755 feet (230metres) deep.