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 British Wildlife Puzzles
Half way between a puzzle and a drawing activity, our "complete the picture" puzzles ask children to observe and copy a picture of an animal or a bird commonly seen in Britain (and often elsewhere in the world too).
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!
There are parts missing on this blackbird picture which need filling in. Have a go using the complete picture as reference - or fold the paper and try without!
Can the kids complete the first picture of the deer, wth reference to the second? It takes good copying skills!
One of these funny foxes has got some pieces missing! Fill them in by copying the complete picture below...
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...
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!
Here's a tricky puffin puzzle to try with the kids. There are missing bits on the picture on the left. Fill them in with reference to the picture on the right - or cover up the picture on the right, and try it without help...
Children can practise their drawing and observation skills by completing the missing sections of our cute rabbit.
Children will enjoy completing the picture of this cute robin. Then you can colour him in, making sure you give him a red breast!