Have a go at this word-hunting boggler puzzle. How many Australian animals can you identify in the grid?
Australian Animal Puzzles
Have some puzzling fun with an Australian animals theme. We've got a counting koala puzzle and colouring page for little kids, word search, boggler and a "find the difference" puzzle to print out.
Can your child spot the differences between these two pictures, filled with Australian animals? Fun to colour in, too! Click the link below for our printable version.
Find the Australian animals in this printable word search puzzle for kids. Click the link below for our printable version.
This is a fun way to learn to draw a cockatoo, also useful for practicing counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the cockatoo from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square.
Childrave to fill in the blank parts of this puzzle to create their own cockatoo. It takes concentration and copying skills!
Here's a challenge! Complete the picture of the strange Australian animal, the echidna, by copying the parts that are missing from the full picture below. Now how about colouring him in?
Fill in the gaps in the picture of the kangaroo on the left, by copying the missing bits from the picture of the kangaroo on the right. Two kangaroos for the price of one!
The idea of this koala puzzle is that your child copies the missing parts of the picture on the left, by referring to the picture on the right. Fun!
Children need to fill in the missing parts of the platypus at the top by referring to the picture at the bottom - his webbed feet might be tricky!
Children will need to use their observation and copying skills to complete the first picture of the shark - filling in the missing bits with reference to the complete picture.
See if you can complete the picture of the whale using the image underneath to guide you. This is a great one for children who find the grid copying activities a bit too tricky.
Kids can practise their copying skills with this fun "complete the picture" puzzle. Looking carefully at the picture of the wombat below, transfer the missing parts to complete the picture of the wombat above.
How many koalas can you count in the picture below? Look carefully! Why not colour in the picture too?
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.
Here's a cute mazthe kids to have a go at - and it's quite a tricky one! Help the two crocodiles get together by finding a path through the maze. The solution is included on page 2 of the pdf file.
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!
Can the kids copy the picture of a kookaburra from the left grid to the right? It's a fun way to learn to draw this Aussie bird and also great practice in copying and counting.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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!