All activities are colorful and designed to enrich your child’s learning while having fun celebrating St Andrew’s Day. A celebration of all things Scottish. The perfect gift for the little ones.
This 8.5″ x 11″ drawing and activity book with 150 pages will keep your child engaged in:
– completing the 60 coloring pages
– simple word searches
Color-fill graphics include min:
– St Andrew’s characters
– Scottish characters and their clothing
– Scottish symbols and animals
– maps of Scotland
– a word search and crossword puzzle about Scotland
This St Andrew’s Day book is easy to color for children aged 4 to 11, as it contains simple as well as more detailed drawings. The 60 drawings will provide hours of fun spent coloring characters, objects, and animals and solving 25 simple puzzles.
Images on one side with a dark background on the reverse, reduce the chance of colors shining through. Illustrations, once filled with colors, can be cut out and hung in a frame.
Attractive graphics with thick lines for simple graphics and thinner lines for more complex ones, from a variety of popular coloring artists, are eye-catching and child-friendly.
Celebrate St Andrew’s Day with children at the early years level with this creative resource. Coloring is always a great activity when introducing little ones to a new topic such as Saint Andrew or his famous day. Not only is it great fun, but it also hones many skills. Not to mention that it encourages self-expression and can be used as a mental exercise.
How do people celebrate St Andrew’s Day?
St Andrew’s Day is a national holiday in Scotland that people across the country celebrate on 30 November each year. The event commemorates St Andrew, Scotland’s patron saint, and celebrates Scottish traditions, food, music, and poetry.
St Andrew the Apostle is the patron saint of fishermen and Scotland. St Andrew is known as the first Apostle. He was killed by crucifixion on a saltire, or x-shaped cross, for christening Maximilian, the wife of the Roman governor of Patras. His symbol, the saltire, appears on the flag of Scotland, where he founded St Andrew’s Church.
We get ready with colored pencils, markers, and paints and start playing. We use whatever color palette the kids like. Once everything is done you can show the picture to others. We share it and amaze others with our creativity.