Children can trace the dotted lines on this allosaurus tracing page, then colour him in.
Dinosaur Tracing Pages
NEW! These dinosaur tracing pages are designed for younger children and provide plenty of pencil control practice - and fun! We've kept the dinosaurs friendly and they would all like to be coloured in, please...
NB: We've included a mammoth and smilodon in this collection. We know they aren't dinosaurs! But we haven't got anywhere else to put them just yet...
The diplodocus had a very long neck and tail - which means there are long dotted lines to trace on this diplodocus tracing page!
Kids can trace over the dotted lines on this ichthyosaurus, and then colour him in. What modern sea creature does the ichthyosaurus remind you of?
Here's a lovely, friendly looking woolly mammoth with dotted lines for the kids to trace before colouring him in.
This well known flying dinosaur had a huge wingspan! I wouldn't want to meet one today. We've left some of the lines dotted for the kids to trace before colouring this pteranodon in.
The smilodon was a fierce, saber-toothed tiger from prehistoric times, now long extinct. Children can trace the dotted lines then colour him in.
Here's a lovely cartoon-style stegasaurus tracing page for the kids to trace and colour. There's lots of fiddly colouring in for pencil control practice!
We've left some of the lines on this triceratops picture dotted for the kids to trace before colouring him in. It's a fun way to work on pencil control.