The outline of this boxer tracing page is perfect for younger children, who can trace between the dotted lines. Older children can trace around both lines for more practice.
Boxing was a sport in the Ancient Olympic Games, and it is still one of the sports in the Summer Olympics. We've just got a boxing colouring page for younger children at the moment but have more printables in the pipeline...
Here's a fun picture of a boxer for younger children to colour in. This boxer is competing in the Olympic Games, so colour in his shorts with your country's colours...
Kids can learn to form the letters in the word "boxing" correctly, and colour in our cute picture too.
Boxing is not only a sport in the Summer Olympcis but also in the Commonwealth Games, so we thought this fun handwriting worksheet might be useful.
Here's a simple boxing poster to print for younger kids. With simple outlines, it also makes a good cutting and sticking picture for young boxing fans!
Does your child like boxing or imagine themselves as a boxing hero in later life? This story paper might prove useful...
Can the kids trace the letters of the word "boxing" carefully, before colouring in the picture of a boxer? Boxing is a Summer Olympics sport and also a sport in the Commonwealth Games.
Boxing is a sport of speed, strength and reflexes. What other words can you use to describe boxing on this special writing page? Perhaps you could use it to record your country's progress in the Summer Olympics, or to write about a boxing hero?