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Scotland

Monday

 

To recognise that Scotland is one of the countries in the

United Kingdom.

Can you find out something about Scotland?

Can you find Scotland on a map?

What is the capital city of Scotland?

 

Additional (optional) activity:

The Pirates need something loud to help them scare away other ships on the deep blue sea.

Design a Pirate Themed Bagpipe.

You could reuse some kitchen roll tubes and a recycled plastic bag.

Bagpipes

Tuesday

 

To recognise that Scotland is one of the countries in the United Kingdom

Can you describe the Scottish flag?

How is it different from the English flag? (St. George’s).

 

Additional (Optional) activity:

The Loch Ness monster has been spotted in Scotland!

 

Answer these questions to save the pirates from being attacked!

Where was the Loch Ness Monster?

What does it look live?

What is a loch?

St Andrew's Cross (The Saltire)

Wednesday

 

To recognise that Scotland is one of the countries in the United Kingdom

Look at images of Hadrian’s wall which for some time in the past was the boundary between Caledonia (Scotland) and Britannia (roughly Wales and England). Identify the actual border which lies to the south of the wall.

 

Additional (optional) activity:

Draw the Flower of Scotland.

See Mr Webb's example of 'The Flower of Scotland'

Mr Webb's Thistle

Thursday

 

To recognise that Scotland is one of the countries in the United Kingdom

Scotland has lots of mountains.

Can you find out the names of some of the tallest mountains in Scotland?

 

Additional (optional) activity:

The pirates have enjoyed their time in Scotland so much that they would like to add some items to their Pirate costumes!

 

Design a new kilt with a pirate twist.

 

See Mr Webb's Pirate Kilt

Mr Webb's Pirate Kilt

Friday

 

To recognise that Scotland is one of the countries in the

United Kingdom

Find out what Scotland’s national dish is.

What ingredients does it contain?

 

Additional (optional) activity:

Create your own Scottish Tartan by weaving strips of coloured paper or card together.

 

See the tartan pattern pictures for inspiration.

Tartan Patterns


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