Learn about Scotland and celebrate Scottish history, geography, politics, culture, traditions, literature and people….
St Andrew’s Day – 30th November Patron Saint of Scotland
Burn’s Night – 25th January Rabbie Burns - National Poet of Scotland
Click on the picture above to see the presentation:
Prezi of 24th February 2017 http://prezi.com/rfyrm1rfjlu3/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
TARTAN CRAFT ACTIVITIES
1. Paper Weaving Templates
2. Older kids Geometric Tartan
Name your Tartan – McGarcia, McCarrion, etc…
Laminate your tartan to use as Placemats or Bookmarks.
With younger children use it as a beautiful background to mount simple craft projects.
§ Plasticine Loch Ness Monster ‘Nessie’ - register with Pinterest for ideas
§ Paper plate Nessie – register with Pinterest for ideas
§ Paper plate Highland Cow (coo)
§ Footprint Unicorn (national animal of Scotland – features on our coat of Arms)
Design your own Coat of Arms and mount it on your tartan.
o Templates available on Pinterest
· With older children, use your tartan to display project work:
o Scottish Inventors
o Scottish Wildlife
o Scottish Literature
§ Robert Burns(1759-1796) – National Poet
§ Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) – Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde
§ Julia Donaldson – The Gruffalo, etc…
§ JK Rowling – Harry Potter
o A comparison study between Spain and Scotland
o Scottish History, eg. ‘The Highland Clearances’
o Scottish Mythology eg. ‘The Loch Ness Monster’
You Tube – Robbie Shepherd
Strip The Willow https://youtu.be/vboU2A59POs
The Dashing White Sergeant https://youtu.be/Wm_5l_bs-6Y
Music – The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra
UP HELLY AA Fire Festival