Here's a fun way to learn how to draw a polar bear - and to practise some copying and concentrations skills at the same time! Copy the picture on the left onto the grid on the right, one square at a time.
Can the kids copy this picture of a platypus from the left grid to the right? It's a good idea to count carefully and copy one square at a time...
We love this picture of a beautiful peacock with gorgeous tail feathers - perhaps the kids can colour in their finished picture? The grid can be a real help, especially if copying one square at a time.
Copy our lovely parrot picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details of each one individually if it helps.
Keep animal-loving kids busy with this cute panda grid copy. Children will need to copy carefully, but if they do they will end up with their own panda picture in the right-hand grid!
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw an owl - and practise copying and concentration skills at the same time! It can help to count carefully and copy one square at a time...
Can the kids copy this picture of an otter from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills (his paws might be tricky!).
Trace the squares carefully one by one on our ostrich grid copy puzzle to draw your own picture of this giant bird. It's quite tricky so concentration is required!
Our grid copy printables are a great way for the kids to learn how pictures are created and practise pencil control, counting and copying skills. This octopus grid copy is a tricky one with all his tentacles, so not for absolute beginners.