Trace over the dotted lines on our bonfire tracing page for some fun pencil practice. Why not colour in the picture too?
Bonfire Night Tracing Pages
Our Bonfire Night tracing pages are a lovely way for younger children to practice their pencil skills and are perfect for a fun pre-writing activity. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines: older children should trace directly on them.
Here is a firework - the rocket type - for the kids to trace and colour. Use the channels between the dotted lines for younger children, and the lines themselves for older kids. Fun for Fourth of July, Diwali or of course Bonfire Night!
Image the sky lit up with a burst of fireworks like this one - perfect for Bonfire Night, Diwali or Fourth of July! Trace the dotted lines and then colour in the show!
Trace the dotted lines to make your very own fireworks display! This looks like a Catherine Wheel to me...
This fireworks tracing page is fun to do, but a little tricky. When you've traced over the dotted lines, why not add some of your own fireworks to the page too.
This one is my favourite of our four fireworks tracing pages. There is so much to do here! Younger children can trace between the lines with a thick felt tip pen or crayon. Older children can trace on the dotted lines and then colour in the picture.