Complete the aeroplane to match the picture below on this fun drawing puzzle.
Complete the Summer Picture Puzzles
Our complete the summer picture puzzles are a cross between a puzzle and a drawing activity. They are a test of observation skills as children need to compare the two pictures to see and fill in the missing areas.
This complete the baseball player puzzle is really a test of observational skills as children use the information from the complete picture to help them fill in the missing sections on the left picture.
There is a parasol, beach towel and beach bag on the picture of this beach scene. Children will need to use the picture on the right to help them work out what is missing from the picture on the left so they can complete the beach scene.
Do you need to keep children busy on a train ride to the beach? This fun complete the bucket and spade puzzle will keep them entertained drawing and colouring.
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.
This complete the picture puzzle has a lovely old-fashioned gypsy caravan for older children to complete. We've included a complete picture as a guide.
There are lots of details that children need to fill in on this complete the cricket player puzzle. The picture on the right will act as a guide.
Encourage reluctant drawers with this fun puzzle. All they need to do is copy a few lines and they will have completed their own ice cream picture.
You won't find many of our complete the picture puzzles simpler than this complete the ice lolly puzzle, making it a perfect introduction for younger children.
Here's a fun drawing and observational skills challenge. Use the bottom picture as a guide to help complete the sailing boat on the top picture. Don't forget the stars on the sail!
Challenge your children to use their observational and drawing skills to complete the top sandcastle. Then get out the colouring pens and colour in the pictures.
When you need an indoor activity on holiday this complete the sea shell picture will keep children entertained as they copy the shell and then colour them in.
This simple starfish would be a fun introduction to our complete the picture puzzles for young children.
The seeds on this strawberry make it a challenge to copy. Complete this tasty strawberry picture puzzle.
Complete the branches and leaves on this summer tree, using the picture on the right as a guide. Then get out the crayons and colour the tree a leafy green.
Our fun sun complete the picture puzzle asks children to fill in the missing parts of the picture by copying the complete sun on the right. It takes a fair amount of concentration to get everything to match up!
If it is not the weather for the beach children can still enjoy some surfing fun with this Complete the Surfer drawing puzzle.
Tennis and drawing both need good observational skills. Look closely at the tennis player on the right help you to complete his partner on the left.