We've started off this picture of a bat, and provided a finished version for the kids to reference. Can they complete the picture? What expression will they give the bat?
Complete the Pictures
Our "complete the picture" printables are an original way of encouraging kids to use their imagination as well as their design and drawing skills, and can be used with all ages with great success.
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This beaver is missing a face and tail, so get out the crayons and get busy completing the beaver picture on this fun printable!
We have the outline of a bee for children to add details to and colour on this fun complete the bee printable.
Have fun with this Complete the Picture printable sheet, featuring two bicycle wheels. Will you draw a bicycle? Who is riding the bike? Perhaps you will draw something else entirely...
Your child can have fun completing this seaside picture, prompted by their imagination and the bucket and space they can already see.
This butterfly needs some wings! Your children can have fun drawing and decorating the wings however they chose, or they can use our picture as inspiration.
One of a set of Wheel themed "complete the picture" doodle pages for kids, this one features car wheels. What kind of car will your children draw?
Print this fun Complete the Picture Cat worksheet and get your child to spot the differences between the two pictures, then fill in the missing details. Fun for younger kids.
Help develop drawing confidence by getting the kids to add n the details to complete the caterpillar picture. Don't forget to colour it when you've finished!
Here's a fun printable sheet in which children are asked to complete the picture of a funny cartoon chicken before colouring it in!
Print out this fun complete the picture colouring page. Kids can fill in the details using their imagination or the smaller complete image below.
Fun for younger children on Valentine's Day - complete the picture of Cupid and colour him in! There is a smaller image that you can use for inspiration...
Print out this simple worksheet which encourages children to observe what's missing and add in the details themselves - a fun copying and colouring exercise!
Kids can print out and complete the picture of this cute little duck before colouring it - fun for little ones!
Print this Complete the Picture Elephant and see if your kids can follow the instructions to finish the elephant picture - good practice and good fun!
Can the kids complete the fish picture by adding some fins and a face? They can colour in their picture too...
Print out this observation worksheet for little kids and see if they can spot - then correct - the differences by adding to the larger picture before colouring it in!
Complete the grasshopper by drawing on the extra legs and antennae and giving it a face - and then get out the crayons for some colouring.
This guinea pig is missing a cute face! Can the kids draw one for him, using the smaller picture as a guide?
Kids can print out and complete the picture of this cute little hamster before colouring it - fun for little ones!
This is a fun activity for children - to complete the picture of what is happening underneath this lovely, orange harvest moon.
Here's a fun printable sheet for younger kids which not only tests their powers of observation and ability to follow instructions, but also provides practise at drawing and a colouring picture, too!
Here's something different! Print out this Complete the Picture page and get the children to draw in whoever (or whatever) is munching on the ice-cream!
How many spots will your children draw on this ladybird as they develop their drawing confidence by completeing the ladybird picture?
This is a fun activity for observation and copying skills! Look at the finished version of the monkey and then add in all the missing details on the black and white version!
These pages are such a fun way to get your kids started on an imaginative drawing / colouring session, especially if they lack confidence or need a bit of a push. We've provided the beginnings of 6 monsters. All they have to do is fill in the rest!
Monster truck wheels are crazy, and your children will be able to use this Complete The Picture printable to create their own crazy Monster Truck drawing! Who will be driving the truck?
This moose looks very strange without his ears, face and antlers! Using the picture below as a guide, kids can complete the big picture and then colour it in.
Our complete the peacock picture printable asks children to draw the peacock's distinctive tail. They can then get out the crayons and make the peacock bright and colourful.
Print out this fun complete the pig picture worksheet for little kids - just one of a set which encourages children to look, copy and colour.
All that you will see on this Complete the Picture printable sheet for kids is a traditional red wagon, and plenty of space for your child to fill in the details of the scene! Who is pulling the wagon? What are they pulling?
The picture on the top doesn't look much like a reindeer yet, but it will once the children complete it with a face, antlers and legs! Perhaps he'll have a red nose like Rudolph too?
Did you know that the hanging skin under a rooster's beak is called a wattle? Neither did I! Can you complete this rooster picture by drawing on the wattle? Don't forget the eyes, beak and feet too!
Who (or what) could be wearing these very cool aviator sunglasses? Children can have fun completing the picture.
We've started the picture with an interesting pair of sunglasses (shades) - now get your child to complete it!
Who is wearing this fun pair of sunglasses? Get the kids to use their imagination and complete the picture...
Children need to spot the differences and correct them on this fun printable sheet for younger kids. Good practice for learning to draw sheep too.
This printable is designed to encourage children's imagination! Use the ship's wheel at the centre to spark off a drawing of everything else in the scene, whether it is of a pirate's ship, a ship from Elizabeth I's fleet, or a fantasy ship from another world entirely...
We've provided the beginnings of a picture of a snail, and the completed picture. Can the kids finish the picture so that they match up?
We have given you the body of the spider as a start but children need to draw on all eight legs and the face.
Here's a fun squirrel printable activity for younger children. Can they fill in the details on the worksheet as requested, before colouring in their picture?
Kids could turn this complete the picture stage coach printable into a traditional Wild West stage coach or wagon (perhaps for a history project or a cowboy party), a fantasy version of a coach-like vehicle, or even a coach to take Cinderella to the ball...
Kids can have fun with this tiger printable. Add face, stripes and a tail to make the picture complete, then colour it in!
Here's a fun activity for the kids that's ideal as part of a farm, transport or harvest theme, and perfect for building drawing confidence. Can the children complete the picture of the tractor? Who is driving the tractor, where is it working and what is it doing?
There is something about tractors which appeals to kids! Use the bright red shiny wheels in this printable complete the picture sheet to inspire an interesting creation, whether it be a tractor or some other invented vehicle or "thing"!
What kind of truck or lorry will your child draw on this Complete The Picture doodle worksheet? Use the truck wheels to get you started. Maybe this isn't a truck at all, but a robot or an interesting machine?
Whether you are looking for farmyard activities or something for Thanksgiving, this turkey printable activity for younger kids may do the trick! Kids need to fill in the missing details on the turkey before colouring it in.
Print out this fun worksheet so that kids can complete the picture, which has wagon wheels and lots of space for the imagination? What kind of wagon will your child draw.