I love this budgie illustration - and I think children would get a real sense of achievement if they copy the picture successfully. Having the grid to work from really helps, especially if you take it square by square.
Pet Animal Grid Copy Puzzles
You could try covering up all the squares apart from one to help children focus in on the small details. Children need to concentrate hard but are sure to have lots of fun drawing their own pets on these pet animal grid copy puzzles.
See if the kids can copy this cute picture of the Queen's favourite type of pooch, a corgi! Careful drawing and concentration required!
Can the kids copy this cute picture of a puppy from one grid to the other? It takes some careful drawing skills...
Here is a fun way for the kids to practise pencil control skills! Copy the fish from the grid on the left to the grid on the right. The fish has some tricky lines to copy on the fins and tail, so a good challenge for older kids!
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.
Here's a fun way for the kids to practise pencil control skills! Copy the guinea pig from the grid on the left to the grid on the right.
This is a fun way to learn to draw a hamster, also useful for practising counting, copying skills and pencil control. Copy the hamster from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square.
Here's a really cute picture of a rabbit for the kids to copy. Try counting the squares and then copy one at a time to help.