Explore Wales’ vibrant culture with our collection of free Welsh coloring pages.
Celebrate St. David’s Day and other traditions with our free kids coloring pages, capturing the essence of Welsh heritage.
Welsh culture is a tapestry woven with rich history, captivating landscapes, and deep-rooted traditions.
What better way to delve into its intricacies than through the creative process of coloring?
Our collection of free Welsh coloring pages is a gateway to discovering the heart and soul of Wales.
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Welsh Coloring Sheets
Print out our free Welsh colouring sheets at the end of this page and get creative!
Saint David’s Day
One of the highlights of Welsh culture is St. David’s Day, a cherished national holiday observed every year on March 1st.
This day is dedicated to honoring St. David, the patron saint of Wales. Our free St. David’s Day coloring page captures the essence of this festive occasion.
Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and is located on the western side of Great Britain. Its capital city is Cardiff. Wales has a varied landscape, including mountain ranges, rolling hills, forests, and a beautiful coastline.
Welsh flag coloring page
Welsh is a Celtic language spoken in Wales. It has a long history and is an important part of Welsh culture and identity.
Today, Welsh is spoken by around 20% of the population in Wales and efforts are being made to promote and preserve the language for future generations.
The Welsh flag has a red dragon on a green and white background. It’s a symbol of Wales and represents the strength, bravery, and determination of the Welsh people.
Welsh Culture Coloring Pages
Caernarfon Castle is a medieval fortress located in the town of Caernarfon in North Wales. It was built by King Edward I in the 13th century and is known for its impressive architecture and rich history.
Wales has a lot of farmland, and for many years sheep farming was a major industry in the country. In fact, there are more sheep in Wales than there are people! there are about 10 million sheep & 3 million people.
Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and have been associated with the country for centuries. They are a symbol of spring and new beginnings and are often worn on St. David’s Day. You will also enjoy this fun picture book about the daffodil who couldn’t dance.
Wales has a long history of playing rugby and it’s a popular sport in the country. Many Welsh people follow their national team, the Wales rugby union team. With great passion and pride.
Legend has it that St. David advised Welsh soldiers to wear leeks in their hats during battle to distinguish themselves from the enemy. Learn more about the National Symbols by visiting Wales.com.
Books about Wales for kids
I always try and add books to any subject we study, these are the best books for kids about Wales that the kids will enjoy:
- Dragon Gold
- The Welsh Fairy Book
- Celtic tales
- A Child’s Christmas in Wales
- Tales from the Celtic countries
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Last Updated on 5 January 2024 by homeschoolof1