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.
Here's a fun way for the kids to practise their pencil control skills! Get them to copy the lobster from the grid on the left to the grid on the right - counting the squares and copying each one individually might help...
Copy the cute lamb picture with the help of the square grid. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the task easier! This grid copy would make a lovely spring activity.
Can the kids copy this picture of a jellyfish from the left grid to the right, one square at a time? Our grid puzzles are great for practising pencil control and concentration skills.
This hyena grid copy is quite detailed and a great challenge for older kids. Copy the squares one at a time and check carefully to draw his markings in the right place!
Can the kids copy this cute picture of a groundhog from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills and concentration!
Here's a picture of a fancy goldfish for the kids to copy. Counting the squares carefully and drawing one square at a time can help.