The 25th of January Burns Night is celebrated and Twizzle has some great tips for you to spend this night with your beloved ones! Let’s check them out!
HAVE A TRADITIONAL BURNS SUPPER
A delicious Burns supper would definitely include:
- Cock-A-Leekie soup (chicken and vegetable)
- Haggis, neeps and tatties
- Sherry Trifle
- Oatcakes and cheese
Check out some recipes for the perfect Burns supper here!
DECORATE YOUR HOUSE WITH THE SCOTTISH COLOURS AND FLAG
You can decorate your house and table with the traditional Scottish colours and flag! Whether you want to buy some flags or make and colour them by yourself let your children help you with the decorations, it’s going to be a great fun activity for all!
LEARN MORE ABOUT ROBERT BURNS
It’s always important to expand our knowledge. A great activity for Burns Night is to learn more about the poet himself! You can print out some information on Robert Burns and read it all together with your family and friends or watch an interesting video like this one!
COLOUR ROBERT BURNS
A wonderful idea to entertain your little ones during the night is to print some Robert Burns drawing and make the kids colour them all together! They can even learn to draw Robert Burns himself! Find Robert Burns colouring pages o print in here!