There are parts of this Advent wreath missing from the picture. The children must use the complete picture to help them complete the missing sections, testing their observation skills. It's quite tricky!
Complete the Christmas Picture Puzzles
Here's something new to try this Christmas! We have fourteen different Christmas puzzles - both secular and religious - in which the children need to fill in the gaps in the gridded picture by referring to the complete picture. Good for practising copying skills and fun, too!
Fill in the missing parts of the grid using the complete picture of a Christmas angel on the right. The children could have a go at this printable activity as part of a Nativity theme, together with our other Nativity "complete the picture" printables.
You will see that there are parts of the top picture of a candy cane which have gone missing! Your child's task is to fill in the blanks, using the complete picture at the bottom for guidance.
Here's a more tricky "complete the picture" challenge with a Christmas candle to be finished off. The holly might be a little tricky to copy!
Complete the picture of these christmas decorations. Then you could colour them in and cut them out for your own tree!
Can you complete the picture of this delicious looking christmas pudding? Fill in the missing sections using the image at the bottom to guide you.
This is a lovely activity for the run up to the holidays. Complete the picture of the christmas tree and then colour it in!
This is a great Christmas activity for building concentration and practising pencil skills. Complete the picture of the left by copying the image on the right. Not as easy as it sounds!
This Elf "complete the picture" puzzle activity is perfect for older children. There is a lot of detail to copy. Give it a go!
This gingerbread man complete the picture puzzle will be quite a challenge with all of his icing decorations to copy. Give it a go and if you enjoy it there are lots of other Christmas complete the picture activities to try.
Get your child to complete this picture of holly. Use the image at the bottom to fill in the missing segments. A great activity for Christmas!
Here we have baby Jesus in a "complete the picture" activity. To finish off the nativity scene you could also try the pictures of Mary, Joseph and a shepherd.
Christmas inevitably sees the production of school nativity plays. Perhaps your child is participating in one? This Joseph complete the picture would be a great activity to get them in the mood.
The Nativity is an integral part of Christmas. Here we have Mary in a complete the picture activity. You might also want to try our Joseph picture, too, and the other characters from the Christmas story.
This jolly looking Santa Claus is ready for Christmas! This complete the picture activity would be great combined with writing a letter to Santa on our Christmas writing paper, or as a quick classroom filler when children are getting fidgety!
Everyone enjoys receiving beautifully wrapped gifts, and children will enjoy completing the picture of a present we have here. Use the image on the right as your guide.
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 enjoy completing the picture of this cute robin. Then you can colour him in, making sure you give him a red breast!
This activity would link in well to discussions about the Nativity story. Complete the picture by copying the missing bits from the image on the right.
A great activity to get everyone in the mood for Christmas or winter! Children will enjoy completing this picture of a snowman.
We've provided part of it, now get your child to complete the rest of this stocking picture by copying the image on the right. Lots of colouring in opportunities too!