Scottish themed crafts that kids can do at home with a little help from Mom and Dad!
Toss the CaberSupply List
Wellie TossSupply List
Make a UnicornSupply List
Haggis HurlSupply List
Make a lambSupply List
Make a Scottish flagSupply List
Sheaf TossSupply List
Draw Tree of LifeSupply List
Color Activities Supply List
Arts & Crafts
An opportunity for the kids to explore their artistic side by making some traditional Scottish themed paper crafts, coloring and puzzles.
An impressive team of artists await your fabulous face to do cheek art
or a full-mug masterpiece. *Fee required
The caber is stood on end for the thrower with the large end up. The thrower hoists the caber up and cups the small end in his hands. They then take a short run with the caber and stop, pulling the caber so that the large end hits the ground and the small end flips over and faces away from the thrower. The caber is scored for accuracy as though the thrower is facing the 12:00 position on a clock face. A caber that lands at 12:00 position is a perfect score!
The haggis is thrown for both distance and accuracy from atop a whisky barrel. A split or burst haggis is immediately disqualified, as the haggis must be fit to eat after landing. The sport requires subtle technique rather than brute force, as the hurl must result in a gentle landing to keep the haggis skin intact. How far can you hurl the Haggis?
The sheaf is a burlap bag stuffed with chopped rope and straw. The sheaf is tossed over a cross bar with a shovel. Three attempts are allowed at height. See how high you can get!
The orgins of this game are a bit sketchy, but a whole lot of fun! From a standing position kids throw the Wellie (a Wellington boot) either under or over-hand, as far as possible within defined boundary lines. How far can you toss the Wellie?
from 2 sides try to pull each other across the mark.
performance will be given by a Scottish-American Society of Central Florida
**ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
AT ALL TIMES**