Here is a fun grid copy puzzle for the kids, in which they need to from the left grid to the right grid. Counting the squares carefully and drawing each square at a time can help.
Minibeast Grid Copy Puzzles
Grid copies are great for building concentration, observation and pencil control skills - but of course they are fun to do, too! Here is a selection of grid copy puzzles with minibeasts as their theme.
When the kids have learnt how to copy the bee with the help the grid, they could try it again on a plain piece of paper – and this time colour it in too.
This is a fun beetle grid copy puzzle for younger children. Use the squares to help you copy the picture, bit by bit.
Copy the pretty butterfly from the grid on the left to the grid on the right. It's a test of observation skills as well as counting and pencil control.
This is just one of a set of minibeast grid copy puzzles, perfect for keeping the kids busy during long summer days, perhaps! This one features our cheeky caterpillar illustration.
It is fun to copy pictures using grids to help – especially when the picture is a cute cricket like this one! Include it in your minibeasts theme perhaps?
Our grid copy printables are a great way for children to learn how pictures are put together and practise their pencil control, counting and copying skills. This frog grid copy is quite tricky so not for absolute beginniners.
Here is a fun way to practise your pencil control skills! Copy the grasshopper from the grid on the left to the grid on the right.
We've made two versions of this grid copy puzzle. We have both a ladybird, and a ladybug (for our friends in the USA).
This is a relatively simple grid copy, so it might be a good one to start children off with. Copy the snail on the left into the empty grid on the right, counting squares to help you.