Type
Crossword
Description

Queens Scottish Holiday Home Balmoral
Capital of the Highlands Inverness
Highest Mountain Ben Nevis
Popular place for marriages Gretna Green
The Bard of Scotland Robbie Burns
Where Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated Culloden
Capital of Scotland Edinburgh
Emblem of Scotland Thistle
What is the Scottish flag called Saltire
Patron Saint of Scotland Andrew
What is known as the 'Granite City'? Glasgow
Popular alcholalic drink in Scotland Whisky
Which island would you look up to? Skye
Steep bank or hillside Brae
Which Scottish king became the first king of England? James
Scottish game bird Grouse
A narrow valley Glen
A Scottish lake is known as a ... Glen
Popular biscuit Shortbread

Scottish Cities Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Barrhead
St Andrews
Dumbarton
Ayr
Perth
Aberdeen
Clydebank
Dumfries
Dundee
Edinburgh
Erskine
Glasgow
Greenock
Inverness
Paisley
Renfrew
Stirling

SCOTLAND Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

AULD LANG SYNE
MEMORIES
HAPPY
FUN
HIGHLANDS
LASSIE
LADDIE
CLAN
LOCH NESS MONSTER
TARTAN
BAGPIPES
WHITE
BLUE
ST ANDREW
HOGMANNAY
KILT
HAYLEIGH
LIBBY
EMELIA
MATILDA
GRANDAD
GRANDMA
MOTORWAY
THE KELPIES
FRASER
MICHAEL
EMMA
KIRSTIE
LOCH
BEN NEVIS
THISTLE
HAGGIS
GLASGOW
EDINBURGH

Macbeth Characters Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Oldest son of Duncan Malcolm
brave noble general whose children will inherit the Scottish throne Banquo
drunken doorman of Macbeth’s castle Porter
Macduff's wife Lady Macduff
goddess of witchcraft Hecate
plot mischief against Macbeth using charms, spells, and prophecies The Three Witches
Scottish nobleman Ross
Scottish nobleman Lennox
Scottish general; thane of Glamis Macbeth
good King of Scotland whom Macbeth murders King Duncan
Youngest son of Duncan Donalbain
group of ruffians conscripted by Macbeth to murder Banquo, and Macduff’s wife and children Murders
deeply ambitious woman who lusts for power Lady Macbeth
Banquo's son Fleance
Scottish nobleman hostile to Macbeth’s kingship; kills Macbeth Macduff

Highland Games Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bagpipes
Iona
Wales
Ireland
Scotland
Claymore
Sgian Dubh
Dirk
Ediburgh
Maxwell
Celtic
Bonnie Prince
bonnet
nessie
Caeverlock
sporran
Loch Ness
lassie
laddie
kilt
saltire
thistle
castle
clan
tartan

A to Z of Scottish Food & Drink Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Oil workers' favourite brand of beef Aberdeen Angus
The full Scottish features these Eggs
Also known as agriculture Farming
Some examples are pheasant and grouse. Often sought by hunters, who aren't playing about! Game
Savoury "pudding" served on Burns Night Haggis
The other national drink! HQ is in Cumbernauld. Irn Bru
This meat makes a lovely Sunday roast or a gorgeous Rogan Josh (or a woolly scarf!) Lamb
Root vegetable served with H and P on 25th January. Neeps
Savoury biscuits - lovely with cheese. Oatcakes
This pink-fleshed fish lives in the Tay and is farmed across Scotland. Often served smoked. Salmon
Deer-y me! Check page 18 to see what the Great Glen Charcuterie uses to produce salami and chorizo. Venison
A wee dram....it's also known as "the water of life". Whisky
This fish is also known as Pike Perch and can be found in some lochs in the Scottish Borders. Zander

Burns Night Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

recite
January
scotland
bonnie
celebrations
kilts
tartan
shortbread
tatties
neeps
stovies
robert
whisky
scots
piper
supper
Galloway
Poetry
Irn bru
Haggis
Burns

Scotland Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

neeps
heather
hogmanay
highlander
bagpipes
whisky
shortbread
castles
nessie
tartan
unicorn
hagis
thistle
scotland
kilt

Macbeth Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Who killed Duncan to be the next king of Scotland? Macbeth
Who committed suicide because of “the blood on her hands”? Lady Macbeth
Where does Macbeth go to be crown king? Scone
Macbeth slowly turns into this throughout the whole play? Tyrant
The witches are this? Evil
How many withes where there in the play Macbeth? Three
'Out ___________ spot! Out, I say' (Lady Macbeth)? Damned
Location of Macbeth's castle? Burnum-wood
'Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and __________ bubble' (Weird Sisters)? Cauldron
Escaped Macbeth's assassins? Malcom
Who was the Thane of Glamis? Macbeth
The country that Duncan rules? Scotland
Escaped Macbeth's assassins? Fleance
Head witch/Goddess of witchcraft? Hecate
Who killed Macbeth? Macduff
Who wrote the play Macbeth? Shakespeare
Who is Macbeth’s best friend that he murdered? Banquo
The boss of the witches, also known as the devil? Hecate
Who is Duncan’s younger son? Malcom
How Lady Macbeth dies. Suicide

Scottish Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Bagpipes
Castle
Tartan
Kilt
Glasgow
Shortbread
Haggis
Poets
Robert Burns
Loch Ness Monster
Saint Andrew
Edinburgh
Singing
Dancing
Music

Scottish Songs Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Scottish Soldier
Battle O’ the Braes
The Dashing White Sergeant
Rowan Tree
Auld Hoose
Skye Boat Song
Shoals o’ Herring
Will Ye No’ Come Back Again
The Jute Mill Song
Ye Banks and Braes
Lament O’ Mary Queen O’ Scots
These are my Mountains
We’re No’ Awa’ Tae Bide Awa’
Piper O’ Dundee
Dark Island
Scotland the Brave
Loch Lomond
Auld Lang Syne
Flower of Scotland