We've cut three rectangles out of our autumn picture. Can the kids cut out the smaller rectangles and glue them into the correct spots? Good cutting and sticking and matching practice!
Cut and Complete the Pictures
These "cut and complete the picture" printables offer two challenges: first, careful cutting out of the small images, and second, finding the right place for them on the big picture! If you get the kids to stick down the smaller images into place, they can then grab the colouring pencils...
Cut out the little images and paste them into the correct position before colouring in the fun Bonfire Night picture... lots of skills practised, lots of fun had!
Here's a fun - and slightly different - activity for Christmas. First practise cutting skills by carefully cutting out the small rectangles. Then work out where they should fit into the larger picture and stick them in. And now colour the whole picture in!
Cut out the missing bits of the Diwawli picture and glue them back into place before colouring in the picture, and practise lots of skills in the process!
Cut out the little rectangles and stick them back onto the bigger Easter egg hunt picture, making sure they are in the right place. Now colour in if you like!
This fun activity asks children to cut out three rectangles and glue them in the correct place on our frogs picture. When they are stuck tight, why not colour the picture in?
This is such a fun activity for the kids at Halloween! Cut out the missing squares from the colouring page and stick them carefully back in place before colouring the whole Haunted House scene in.
Cut out the rectangles, glue them to the picture in the right space and finish by getting out the colouring pencils. Our Hanukkah cut and complete picture will keep children busy for a long time.
Our Harvest cut and complete the picture is three activities in one: cut out the rectangles, glue them to the right space on the picture and the colour in the picture.
There are parts of the Loch Ness monster missing! Practice cutting and logic skills with out Loch Ness monster cut and complete the picture, and then have fun colouring the picture in.
Here's a fun cutting and sticking activity that the kids will enjoy! Cut out the small squares and then stick them in the correct place on our Olympic Games colouring picture. And then, of course, colour the picture in!
Cut out the little images and paste them into the correct position before colouring in the fun pirate ship picture...great for practising cutting, pasting and colouring skills!
Shiver me timbers! We've cut three rectangles out of our pirate scene. Can the kids cut out the smaller rectangles and glue them into the correct place? Good cutting and sticking skills are needed...
Cut out the three little squares and stick them into the correct spot on our special colouring page for the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations - and then colour in the picture.
Cut out the smaller rectangles and then place them correctly onto our spring street colouring page. When they are in the right place, stick them down and colour the picture...
We've taken three rectangles out of our summer colouring page and moved them to one side. Your task, should you choose to accept it, is to cut out the smaller images and place them correctly on the main picture!
Our Thanksgiving cut and complete picture tests both cutting skills and jigsaw skills as children have to cut out the rectangles and paste them into the right space on the picture. Andof course then they can enjoy colouring in the picture too.
This is a fun activity for the kids! Cut out the missing squares from the colouring page and stick them carefully back in before colouring in the whole treasure map.
Here's a pretty Valentine's Day colouring picture - with a few bits missing! Can the kids cut out the missing rectangles and glue them back into the right place?
Windsor Castle is the royal residence where Queen Elizabeth prefers to spend her weekends. Here's a "cut and complete" colouring picture for cutting, sticking and colouring fun. Cut out the missing squares, glue them in the correct places, and then colour in Windsor Castle.