Younger children will love tracing this cute little bird outline, complete with cheeky eye! Once traced, why not colour him him...
Bird Tracing Pages
Our delightful bird tracing pages are sure to be enjoyed by preschoolers! Practice pencil control by tracing carefully around the lines, then colour in. Lovely!
Print our blackbird tracing page to keep young children busy tracing and colouring this common garden bird.
Get out the colouring pencils so children can make our bluebird tracing page lovely and bright but before they start colouring they need to practise their pencil control skills and trace the dotted lines.
Here's a funny chick tracing page for your youngest children. Why not print it out onto bright yellow paper and then cut out the chick when your child has traced the lines? Alternatively, grab a yellow crayon and start colouring...
This lovely chick outline is perfect for tracing and either colouring in or cutting out - although adult help might be required for those tricky feet!
Here's a fun chicken which needs to be finished off by the children, who can trace over the dotted lines before colouring it in. Great for practising pencil control!
How cute is this little duckling? Your child can trace over both sets of dotted lines for extra pencil control practice, or perhaps trace a line between them. Don't forget to colour him in!
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.
Younger children can work on their pencil control by tracing the outline of this lovely farmyard goose before colouring him in.
Finish this picture of a Kookaburra by tracing the outline. Kookaburras have a very distinctive song which sounds a bit like someone laughing!
Before children colour in our ostrich tracing page they need to practice their pencil contol skills and trace the dotty lines.
This lovely, decorated owl face was originally designed for Day of the Dead, but I think the kids would enjoy tracing over the dotted lines and colouring in some of the details at any time of year.
Trace the lines on our lovely owl - excellent practice for little kids! Why not laminate so that you can have another go later?
This lovely owl tracing page has lots of lines for the children to trace over. Younger children might like to trace between the dotted lines with a large crayon or pen.
Print out this appealing penguin for some tracing practice. Use fingers, pens or crayons - you could even laminate him and use dry wipe pens if you want the activity to last.
This cute penguin tracing page provides plenty of tracing practice for the kids as we've provided double lines! Children could trace his feet and beak in orange pencil, then use black for the rest.
Our puffin tracing page helps children practise their fine motor skills in two ways, firstly by tracing the lines and secondly by colouring him in. Don't forget to give him a bright beak.
As children get ready to start writing our raven tracing page will help them master pencil control skills.
Use this lovely robin tracing page for younger children to practice pencil control. You could laminate it and trace the picture over and over again with dry-wipe pens.
Here's a lovely curly rooster to trace over, getting lots of pencil control practice in the process. It's a fun (secret) way to improve handwriting skills too!
Here's a challenging rooster tracing page for the kids! As long as they take it slowly and trace either within - or on - the dotted lines, there's no reason they can't come out with a good result.
Ask the children to trace over the lines from the Thanksgiving turkey to the wheat and vegetables on this worksheet. A great way to practice pencil control!
Here's a really fun turkey tracing page which just begs to be coloured in too, with lots of bright tail feathers! Younger children can trace between the dotted lines with a thick pen or crayon. Older kids should trace all the dotted lines!