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...
Farm Animal Tracing
Younger children will enjoy tracing these cheerful farm animal tracing pages before colouring them in. Why not laminate a set and supply dry wipe markers for repeated use?
Here's a fun chicken which needs to be finished off by the children, who can trace over the dotted lines before colouring it in. Great for practising pencil control!
A fun way to build pencil control, this tracing and colouring page features an appealing cow designed to appeal to younger children.
Specially for the younger children, print this donkey tracing page. Fill in the dotted lines and then colour in. To use more than once, laminate and then trace with dry wipe pens.
How cute is this little duckling? Your child can trace over both sets of dotted lines for extra pencil control practice, or perhaps trace a line between them. Don't forget to colour him in!
Younger children can work on their pencil control by tracing the outline of this lovely farmyard goose before colouring him in.
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".