Who likes a boiled egg and soldiers for breakfast? We do! Little kids can trace this picture by drawing in between the lines. Those with a little more pencil control might trace along both sets of dotted lines, before colouring in.
Easter Tracing Pages
Our Easter tracing pages offer lots of dotted lines for the kids to trace over, perfect for improving pencil control while having fun. Trace and colour, or perhaps trace and cut out.
Here's a funny chick tracing page for your youngest children. Why not print it out onto bright yellow paper and then cut out the chick when your child has traced the lines? Alternatively, grab a yellow crayon and start colouring...
This lovely chick outline is perfect for tracing and either colouring in or cutting out - although adult help might be required for those tricky feet!
There's lots of tracing practice in this daffodil tracing page - a perfect activity for early spring! Once the dotted lines are traced, your child could colour the top section yellow (sticking to within the dotted lines for extra pencil control practice) and the bottom section green.
Trace over the dotted lines to draw an Easter basket, then have a go at colouring it in if you like...
Here is the simplest of seven new Easter egg tracing pages to print out for the kids. Why not print onto card and cut out when your child has finished tracing and colouring? Then display with some of our other Easter egg tracing pages...
Trace the outline of this simple Easter egg, and then the heart in the middle. Younger children can trace in the "channel" between the dotted lines; older children should trace on the dots. Then colour it in and cut out for display!
Trace the egg and the zigzag line before colouring in - nice and simple, but still good for pencil control practice!
Our Easter egg tracing pages are getting more difficult! There are lots of dotted lines here to trace over, and then a good zigzag pattern to colour in.
This Easter egg tracing page might be appropriate for Sunday School? Trace the lines (younger children can trace between the two dotted lines) and then colour in.
Now our Easter egg tracing pages are getting really tricky! This one has lots of zig zag lines and "dots" to really keep the kids interested - and its a pretty pattern to colour in, too.
This is our most challenging Easter egg tracing page, with all sorts of pretty patterns and flowers to trace and colour. This sort of tracing is excellent for improving pencil skills - and maybe even handwriting.
Here's an unusual tracing page for your youngest children to enjoy! There are two sets of dotted lines for extra practice - although beginners might want to draw one line between them, treating them as a "channel".
This bunny rabbit has a funny face which we hope will appeal to younger children, as they trace over the dotted lines! We've provided two sets of lines for extra practice, but beginners could treat the two lines as a "channel" and draw their line between them.