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.
Flower Tracing Pages
The simple shapes of these flower tracing pages are a great way to encourage young children to pick up a pencil and try to follow the lines. We've a few spring flowers to get you started but more coming soon!
Trace a pretty body for Remembrance Day, perhaps using a red pen for the outline of the poppy, a green pen for the outline of the stem, and a black pen for the outline of the centre circle. Younger children can trace within the dotted lines: all the kids can trace both sets of dotted lines.
Trace around the dotted lines of this pretty snowdrop tracing page, then colour it in. Lots of pencil practice involved!
Trace over the dotted lines to reveal a pretty flower basket, ready to colour in. The simple outline makes it just right for cutting out, too.
This tulip tracing page is nice and simple for younger children. Trace around the dotted lines then colour it in. We also have this illustration available as a tulip template for crafty projects, in two different sizes.