This camel dot to dot puzzle comes in three variations - numbers, lower case alphabet and upper case alphabet - making it useful for practising skills as well as fun!
Using our lovely simple clip art we have a camel poster, camel printable jigsaw and a learn to draw a camel tutorial, perfect for a desert habitats or Aftrican animals project.
Can you copy the rather intricate picture of a camel from the left grid to the blank right grid? It's not for the faint-hearted! Take the challenge one square at a time..
Print our camel lacing card onto printer card and cut him out loosely, laminating if you want to reuse the lacing card at a later date. Now punch holes at regular intervals around the outside, and the card is ready for your child to start lacing.
Print this fun camel illustration as a poster for the classroom or home, or use it in your projects and crafts.
Specially for the younger kids, here's a camel tracing page for some pencil control practise and colouring fun!
It's fun to write letters - and receive them - when they have cute illustrations like this lovely camel! This paper might also be useful for story writing.
Colour in this lovely desert scene with two camels to make a greetings card for someone special. Just print, colour and fold then give to someone to make their day!
Can the kids work out what is missing from the picture of the camel on the left, and use the complete picture on the right to fill in the missing parts?