Children can trace over the dotted lines to create their own picture of an antelope – perfect for an African animals topic.
African Animal Tracing Pages
Our African animal tracing pages provide children with fun practice at pencil control by tracing the dotty lines. You could print on paper so they can colour in after or print on card and laminate so they can use a dry wipe marker and wipe clean to use again.
Our buffalo tracing page features a rather kooky looking buffalo, but we think that the kids will enjoy it! There's lots of tracing practice, too.
Specially for the younger kids, here's a camel tracing page for some pencil control practise and colouring fun!
Get young children drawing by printing our cute cheetah tracing page for them to complete, all they have to do is draw over the dotted lines.
This lovely elephant tracing page is designed for little children who are practising their pencil control. Beginners can use a felt-tip pen or crayon to trace between the lines. Those with a little more control can try tracing over all the lines.
Tracing is a fun way to get even to most perfectionist child drawing. By following the dotted lines on our flamingo tracing page they'll soon have their own birds to colour.
Whether you are looking at African animals, marking a visit to the zoo or it's just for fun, our gazelle tracing page is a great way for young children to practise their fine motor skills.
I love this giraffe face! It's a good tracing page for younger children, with its simple lines and fun expression.
Here is a tracing page featuring a funny gorilla face which we think the kids will enjoy. Trace within the lines, or trace over them. The gorilla looks a little fierce!
The cuteness factor of this hippo will have even the most reluctant writer reaching for their pencil to trace the dotted lines on our hippo tracing page.
Trace the lines to create this lovely hippo face – I think the kids will enjoy it! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace on them.
There are plenty of dotted lines to draw over this fun leopard tracing page for younger kids. Of course they can colour in the picture Rinne tracing is done, too.
Even the most reluctant drawer won't be able to resist picking up a pencil to complete our magnificent lion tracing page.
This lovely lion tracing page will give the kids plenty of pencil control practice, especially if they trace over all the dotted lines. Younger children can trace in the channel between the lines.
We have lots of lions at Activity Village, but not many lionesses! Here is a lioness's face with dotted lines for the children to trace.
Practice pencil skills with this adorable little monkey tracing page! There are two dotted lines: older children can trace each one separately while younger children might like to trace between them.
Here's a fun monkey face picture for the kids to trace and colour in. Trace within the dotted lines (younger kids) or directly on them.
Before children colour in our ostrich tracing page they need to practice their pencil contol skills and trace the dotty lines.
Here's a fun tracing activity for the kids! This rhino face is simple for little ones to trace with a thick pen or crayon, between the lines. Older children could trace on the lines.
Children are sure to enjoy practising their pencil control skills by tracing the tusks on our cute warthog tracing page.
We've drawn some of this picture for you but children will have to carefully follow the dotted lines to complete our wildebeest tracing page.
Our cute zebra colouring page needs someone to trace the dotted lines to complete the picture, a fun way to help with motor skills development.