Use the squares on the grid to help you copy the drawing of a Christmas angel. It's fun, and good practice too!
Christmas Grid Copy Puzzles
Our Christmas grid copy puzzles are fun to do, but also a great exercise in concentration and copying skills. Eight new pages have been added this year, all perfect for odd moments at home and at school!
Print out this Christmas drawing puzzle and copy the Christmas tree onto the grid, square by square.
Drawing a sprig of holly can be tricky, but not with our grid copy method! It's a great way of teaching kids how to draw, as they copy each square of the picture across from one side to the other.
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw Santa - and it is great for copying and concentration too! Copy each square of the picture on the left over to the empty grid on the right...
A mixture between a puzzle and a drawing activity, this fun Christmas grid copy picture of a snowflake will keep the kids concentrating for a while!
Copy the Christmas stocking from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square. It's a fun Christmas activity which takes concentration and a steady hand!
Here's a tricky Christmas grid copy puzzle! Use the squares on the empty grid to copy over the picture before colouring in...
Here's a lovely, simple drawing of a penguin for the kids to copy using the grid to help. Colour him in using the picture below as guidance, too, if you like.
Our grid copy pages ask the kids to copy a picture from one grid to the next, using the boxes to help. Here's a pretty poinsettia grid copy - it's quite tricky, so great for practising concentration.
It takes concentration to copy a picture square by square, but it's fun to do and a great way to practice some drawing skills! This lovely reindeer is perfect for Christmas...