Using the complete picture of a badger at the bottom, children need to fill in the missing parts of the badger at the top!
Complete the Animal Picture Puzzles
Have fun with our Complete the Animal Puzzles printable sheets. Encourage younger children to spot the differences and draw in the missing pieces, while talking about body parts, the animal you are working on, and so on. Great for observation skills as well as pencil practice and fun colouring in!
Complete the missing parts of the grid on the left by referring to our lovely bat on the right - a fun complete the bat puzzle!
Can the kids fill in the missing pieces to complete the bat? Try it once with the complete picture to help - and a second time without it!
Look closely at the picture of the beaver on the right to help you add the missing parts on the left on this fun complete the beaver puzzle.
This complete the picture, with a cute picture of a bee to copy, is perfect for younger children. Perhaps follow it up with some honey on toast!
There are parts of the butterfly's wings missing from the picture. Children must use the complete picture to help them complete the missing sections, testing their observation skills.
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?
The middle part of this "complete the cat puzzle" is easy enough to complete, but the bottom and top are quite tricky and will require some careful copying!
Here's a fun puzzle / drawing activity which will challenge the children's copying and pen control skills! Copy the missing bits of the cat on the left by referring to the picture of the cat on the right.
Can the kids complete the first picture of the deer, wth reference to the second? It takes good copying skills!
You need to look closely at the completed picture to help you fill in the missing lines on our complete the dog puzzle.
Complete the picture of the dolphin in the grid by filling in the missing parts, using the bottom picture as your guide. These puzzles are useful practice for all sorts of pencil and copying skills, and they are fun, too!
Here's a challenge! Complete the picture of the strange Australian animal, the echidna, by copying the parts that are missing from the full picture below. Now how about colouring him in?
This is one of our more simple complete the picture puzzles, featuring our lovely elephant. The most difficult part of the picture to fill in is the middle section, with the elephant's tusks.
One of these funny foxes has got some pieces missing! Fill them in by copying the complete picture below...
Can the kids finish the top picture of our silly frog by copying the missing parts with reference to the bottom picture?
Here is a complete the picture puzzle for our quirky giraffe – quite a tricky one for the kids to get right!
Some of the bits of this cute hedgehog are missing and need to be filled in by the kids. Try it once while looking at the second picture - then try it again without any help...
Younger children will love this complete the picture activity featuring a very happy looking hippo. Nice simple outlines make it easy to complete the top image by copying the one below.
Fill in the gaps in the picture of the kangaroo on the left, by copying the missing bits from the picture of the kangaroo on the right. Two kangaroos for the price of one!
The idea of this koala puzzle is that your child copies the missing parts of the picture on the left, by referring to the picture on the right. Fun!
The ladybird is missing her spots! Use the picture below to help finish drawing the ladybird. Look carefully to place the spots.
Children will need to look closely at the lamb on the right to help them complete the picture. It makes a fun challenge for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme.
Can you complete this picture of our lovely lion? Use the finished picture as reference and fill in the missing parts of the grid.
Here is a fun picture puzzle featuring our cartoon meerkat. Children need to copy the missing parts of the picture onto the grid, paying careful attention to the complete picture on the right.
This printable is a mixture between a puzzle and a drawing activity! The challenge for the kids is to complete the picture of the monkey on the left by filling in the missing parts with reference to the monkey on the right.
Can the kids complete the picture of the moose on the left? We've provided a picture on the right, so they need to study it carefully to work out what is missing.
There's a mouse with some parts missing here, who needs a careful child to fill in the blanks! You can try this puzzle with the help of the complete picture - or cover it up and try without!
Here's a challenge! Can the kids complete the otter by filling in the missing sections? Use the complete picture below for your first attempt - then hide it for a second!
Test your drawing skills by filling in the missing areas on our complete the ox puzzle. Don't forget the tail!
The bold simple lines of our pig image make our complete the pig puzzle a goot introduction to our complete the picture puzzles.
Could this be Rudolph? Complete the picture of the reindeer and see. When you've finished, colour him in and don't forget the red nose!
Children will need to use their observation and copying skills to complete the first picture of the shark - filling in the missing bits with reference to the complete picture.
Practise drawing skills by completing the snail picture, using the picture below the grid as a guide.
We've left some parts of the picture of a spider and web on the left! Children need to look at the picture on the right and fill in the missing bits…
Here are two squirrel friends - and one needs some help! Can the kids fill in the missing bits, by looking at the complete picture and copying them across?
See if you can complete the picture of the whale using the image underneath to guide you. This is a great one for children who find the grid copying activities a bit too tricky.
This puzzle is a great way to learn to draw. Complete the picture of the wolf using the image on the right as your guide.