Sun hats are important in summer, so we've included one in our set of summer grid copy puzzles. They are perfect for the odd rainy day.
Copy this picture of a summer sun from the left grid to the right. It looks difficult, but if you take it one square at a time it isn't so hard!
This pretty summer tree makes for a fun grip copy activity. The kids will need to concentrate to make sure all the leaves end up in the right place!
The outline of this strawberry is easy enough - but the seeds will take some work! Grid copy activities make the process easier, though, as you can take them one square at a time, with some careful counting and copying.
This is a super grid copy for younger children, who will love copying our friendly, smiling starfish from the left grid to the right!
Here's a fun grid copy puzzle for your seaside adventures, in which we ask children to copy the shells on the left grid to the empty grid on the right.
Although copying this sandcastle might initially seem daunting, if the kids count the squares carefully and copy each, one at a time, they will have their own sandcastle picture before they know it!
Copy our two ice lolly pictures from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, then colour them in!
The kids will have fun copying this ice cream picture from one grid to the other. I only hope it doesn't make them feel too hungry for ice cream!