Trace around the outside of our badger tracing page and then have fun colouring it in.
British Wildlife Tracing Pages
Young children who are learning to write will find our British Wildlife tracing pages a fun way to practice their pencil control. Don't forget to colour in the picture afterwards.
Print our blackbird tracing page to keep young children busy tracing and colouring this common garden bird.
Have young children practise their pencil control by following the dotted lines on our deer tracing page to draw their own magnificent stag.
Younger children can trace the lines on this fox tracing and colouring page. It's a fun way to practise pencil control.
How cute is this mole? The kids will feel be sure to feel proud when they draw their own mole by tracing the dotted lines on our mole tracing page.
Our cute little mouse is just begging to be traced and coloured in! Laminate the printable and use dry-wipe pens if you want to repeat the activity...
Trace the lines on our lovely owl - excellent practice for little kids! Why not laminate so that you can have another go later?
This bunny rabbit has a funny face which we hope will appeal to younger children, as they trace over the dotted lines! We've provided two sets of lines for extra practice, but beginners could treat the two lines as a "channel" and draw their line between them.