Trace the dotted lines on this lovely lantern, a symbol of Eid, and then colour it in.
Eid Tracing Pages
All NEW! A mixture between a tracing activity and a colouring page, our Eid tracing pages can be used by all age groups as a pencil control, "mindfulness" or artistic activity. Younger children can trace in the channels between the lines, using a crayon or thick felt tip pen. Older children can use gel pens or other favourites to produce really intricate traced designs, or simply join the dots in black fineliner and then colour the picture in.
Trace this Eid lantern, with the light shining to brighten up the Eid celebrations. Younger children can use a thick crayon or felt tip and trace between the lines. Older children can trace on them, and colour in the picture to embellish it.
This Eid tracing page is great for working on pencil control, or just to use as a colouring page with an extra tracing activity. Younger children can use a pen or crayon to trace in the channel between the dotted lines.
There is lots of detail on this pretty Eid tracing page - perfect for getting the kids to concentrate on their pencil control! The design would look lovely coloured in, too.
This lovely Eid design features a star and crescent moon. There are plenty of dotted lines to trace. Use different colours to make a stunning design!
This Mosque tracing page can be used with a variety of ages. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines. Older children can trace all the dots and use different colours to produce a really stunning design, or colour in the completed picture.
This prayer mat tracing page features a typical Islamic prayer mat design. Children will need careful pencil work to trace all the dotted lines on the mat's fringe!