## Ant Grid Copy

Here is a fun grid copy puzzle for the kids, in which they need to from the left grid to the right grid. Counting the squares carefully and drawing each square at a time can help.

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These fun printable grid copy activities help children learn how to draw simple pictures by copying one square of the grid at a time. They are fantastic for building observation and copying skills.

Here is a fun grid copy puzzle for the kids, in which they need to from the left grid to the right grid. Counting the squares carefully and drawing each square at a time can help.

This is quite a tricky picture to copy, and will require concentration and careful drawing skills! If the kids copy carefully though they will end up with their own baboon picture in the right-hand grid.

Can the kids trace the squares carefully one by one on our badger grid copy puzzle to draw their own badger picture? It takes some careful drawing skills...

Copy our picture of a bat by using the grid, one square at a time. Good for building concentration, and a fun way to learn to draw simple objects!

Get the kids to copy the friendly bear from the left grid to the right - it takes concentration and careful counting!

Keep animal-loving kids busy with this beaver grid copy. Using the image on the left, copy square by square until you've completed your own drawing!

When the kids have learnt how to copy the bee with the help the grid, they could try it again on a plain piece of paper – and this time colour it in too.

This is a fun beetle grid copy puzzle for younger children. Use the squares to help you copy the picture, bit by bit.

Copy our picture of a bison from the grid on the left to the grid on the right - it's quite tricky! It might help to take it square by square...

Can the kids copy the bunny from the left grid to the right, one square at a time?

Copy the pretty butterfly from the grid on the left to the grid on the right. It's a test of observation skills as well as counting and pencil control.

Can you copy the rather intricate picture of a camel from the left grid to the blank right grid? It's not for the faint-hearted! Take the challenge one square at a time..

Copy the cat one square at a time and see the picture unfold.

This is just one of a set of minibeast grid copy puzzles, perfect for keeping the kids busy during long summer days, perhaps! This one features our cheeky caterpillar illustration.

Trace the squares one by one and look carefully to see where the spots are on this cheetah grid copy.

This is a fun way to learn to draw a chimpanzee, also useful for practising counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the chimpanzee from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square.

See if the kids can copy this cute picture of the Queen's favourite type of pooch, a corgi! Careful drawing and concentration required!

Copy this cow one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.

This funny crab grid copy puzzle is a good one for younger kids, with fairly simple lines to copy. Teach them how to count the squares and copy the contents of one square at a time...

It is fun to copy pictures using grids to help – especially when the picture is a cute cricket like this one! Include it in your minibeasts theme perhaps?

Here's a fun challenge - can the kids copy the crocodile on the left onto the grid on the right? Counting and copying square by square can help.

This grid copy is one for older children, who will enjoy trying to draw their own deer, complete with tricky antlers!

Can the kids copy this cute picture of a puppy from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills...

Here's a fun way to learn how to draw a dolphin - and to practise some copying and concentration skills too! Copy across the complete picture on the left onto the grid on the right, square by square.

Trace the sqares carefully one by one on our donkey grid copy puzzle to draw your own cute donkey cartoon.

Our lovely elephant is one of the simpler of our animal grid copy puzzles, with his easy shapes. Count the squares and copy one by one if it helps - sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't as it distracts you from the whole picture!

Here is a fun way for the kids to practise pencil control skills! Copy the fish from the grid on the left to the grid on the right. The fish has some tricky lines to copy on the fins and tail, so a good challenge for older kids!

Can the kids copy this quite tricky picture of a fox from the left grid to the right? It is easiest if you count carefully and copy one square at a time...

Our grid copy printables are a great way for children to learn how pictures are put together and practise their pencil control, counting and copying skills. This frog grid copy is quite tricky so not for absolute beginniners.

Copy the gazelle from the grid on the left onto the grid on the right. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the job easier…

Copy our lovely giraffe picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details of each one individually if it helps. It's a great exercise in copying, pencil control and concentration skills!

Copy this goat one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.

Here's a picture of a fancy goldfish for the kids to copy. Counting the squares carefully and drawing one square at a time can help.

Here is a fun way to practise your pencil control skills! Copy the grasshopper from the grid on the left to the grid on the right.

Can the kids copy this cute picture of a groundhog from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills and concentration!

Here's a fun way for the kids to practise pencil control skills! Copy the guinea pig from the grid on the left to the grid on the right.

This is a fun way to learn to draw a hamster, also useful for practising counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the hamster from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square.

This is quite a tricky picture to copy, even with the help of our grid! But if the kids take it slowly and work square by square, they will soon have their own picture of a hedgehog in the blank grid on the right, matching the one on the left.

This hippo has a really simple outline, making it an excellent introduction to our grid copy puzzles. Copy the picture on the left onto the grid on the right, square by square.

Copy this horse one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.

This hyena grid copy is quite detailed and a great challenge for older kids. Copy the squares one at a time and check carefully to draw his markings in the right place!

Can the kids copy this picture of a jellyfish from the left grid to the right, one square at a time? Our grid puzzles are great for practising pencil control and concentration skills.

Children will need to copy carefully - but if they do so they will end up with their own kangaroo picture in the right hand grid!

Copy the koala from the left grid to the right, and in the process practice copying skills, concentration and counting - and learn how to draw a cute koala too!

We've made two versions of this grid copy puzzle. We have both a ladybird, and a ladybug (for our friends in the USA).

Copy the cute lamb picture with the help of the square grid. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the task easier! This grid copy would make a lovely spring activity.

I love this lion illustration - and I think children would get a real sense of achievement if they copy the picture successfully. Having the grid to work from really helps, especially if you take it square by square.

Here's a fun way for the kids to practise their pencil control skills! Get them to copy the lobster from the grid on the left to the grid on the right - counting the squares and copying each one individually might help...

Copy our funny meerkat picture from the left grid to the right grid, counting and copying square by square if that helps.

Can the kids copy the picture of the mole successfully from left grid to right? If they take it square by square and count and copy carefully, they should end up with a very similar picture!

Here's a fun challenge! Can the kids copy the monkey on the left into the grid on the right? Working square by square can be the best way to tackle it, but you will need to do some careful counting and copying...

Copy our picture of a moose from the grid on the left to the grid on the right - quite tricky!

There is quite a lot of detail in this mouse grid copy, but if the kids take it square by square and copy carefully, they should manage it!

Our grid copy printables are a great way for the kids to learn how pictures are created and practise pencil control, counting and copying skills. This octopus grid copy is a tricky one with all his tentacles, so not for absolute beginners.

Can the kids copy this picture of an otter from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills (his paws might be tricky!).

Can the kids copy our picture of an ox from one grid to the other? It takes concentration and careful counting...

Keep animal-loving kids busy with this cute panda grid copy. Children will need to copy carefully, but if they do they will end up with their own panda picture in the right-hand grid!

See if the kids can copy our simple picture of a pig, using the grid to help them. Careful drawing and concentration required!

Can the kids copy this picture of a platypus from the left grid to the right? It's a good idea to count carefully and copy one square at a time...

Here's a fun way to learn how to draw a polar bear - and to practise some copying and concentrations skills at the same time! Copy the picture on the left onto the grid on the right, one square at a time.

Here's a really cute picture of a rabbit for the kids to copy. Try counting the squares and then copy one at a time to help.

Let your child have fun copying this rat one square at a time.

It takes concentration to copy a picture square by square, but it's fun to do and a great way to practice some drawing skills! This lovely reindeer is perfect for Christmas...

Here's a fun grid copy puzzle that is perfectly mid range - not too easy and not too difficult! Copy the rhino from the left grid to the right, square by square if necessary.

Copy our lovely sea lion picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details in each square individually if it helps. Great for concentration and pencil control skills!

Carefully copy this picture of a sea turtle one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.

Copy this lovely picture of a seahorse from the grid on the left onto the grid on the right. This seahorse illustration is one of our more challenging grid copy pictures and will require concentration and a steady hand!

Can the kids copy our picture of the shark from the left grid to the right? It is easiest to go one square at a time, with some careful counting, observation and copying.

Copy this woolly sheep one grid at a time and watch a pretty picture emerge.

Copy our picture of a skunk by using the grid, one square at a time. This is a great activity for building concentration and drawing skills.

This is a relatively simple grid copy, so it might be a good one to start children off with. Copy the snail on the left into the empty grid on the right, counting squares to help you.

Here's a fun way for the kids to practise pencil control skills! Copy the snake from the grid on the left to the grid on the right.

Can the kids copy this spider from the left hand grid to the right? It's quite tricky!

Our grid copy pages ask the kids to copy a picture from one grid to the next, using the boxes to help. Here's a cheeky squirrel grid copy which I think they will enjoy!

This is a super grid copy for younger children, who will love copying our friendly, smiling starfish from the left grid to the right!

Trace the squares one by one and look carefully to see where the stripes are on this cute tiger grid copy.

Trace the squares carefully one by one on our tortoise grid copy puzzle to draw your own picture. It's quite tricky so concentration is required!

Here's a challenging grid copy puzzle for older kids. Copy the warthog in the grid on the left to the grid on the right, using the squares to keep the picture accurate.

Our grid copy pictures are a fun way for kids to learn to draw simple pictures - and they involve careful counting, pencil control and copying skills too. Here's a lovely whale grid copy to try.

See if the kids can copy our picture of a wildebeest from one grid to the other. It's quite tricky so they'll need to concentrate to finish the task!

For those keen on learning to draw, grid copy is a good place to start. Copy the contents of each square and you'll soon have created your own picture of a wolf!

Copy the picture of the wombat, square by square, to the blank grid on the right side of the page. It's a great way to learn to draw a wombat, while practising your counting and copying skills!

This is a good grid copy puzzle for younger children. They will still have to concentrate quite hard on getting the segments of our funny worm's body in the right place.

Copy the zebra in the grid on the left into the grid on the right, using the squares to help. Count carefully and draw the contents of each square one by one if it helps.