This is a fun way to learn to draw an allosaurus, also useful for practising counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the allosaurus from the grid on the top to the grid on the bottom, square by square.
Dinosaur Grid Copy Puzzles
All NEW! Once upon a time, copying pictures by using a grid was taught as a skill (and also as a useful way of enlarging or reducing the size of pictures) - all before the photocopier, of course! Now we do it for counting and observation practice as well as for pencil control, and, of course, fun! You'll find all sorts of dinosaurs (and a mammoth and smilodon) to choose from below.
Trace the squares carefully one by one on our diplodocus grid copy puzzle to draw your own picture of this giant dinosaur. It's quite tricky so concentration is required!
This grid copy is quite challenging - can the kids use their concentration and pencil control skills to copy this picture of an ichthyosaurus from the top grid to the bottom?
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw an iguanodon- and practise copying and concentration skills at the same time! It can help to count carefully and copy one square at a time...
It's fun to copy pictures using grids to help - especially when drawing a lovely mammoth like this one! Copy one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.
Copy our spinosaurus picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details of each one individually if it helps.
Copy our lovely triceratops picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details of each one individually if it helps.
Have a go at our grid copy tyrannosaurus puzzle. It's fun to copy a picture using the squares of a grid, and it takes concentration and practice, and sometimes counting, too.