Can the kids copy the baseball cap from the left grid to the right? Once done, why not try drawing another unaided, and colour it in?
Sports puzzles for children - including crosswords, word searches and word sudoku puzzles - on all sorts of favourite sports.
We are in the process of building up this collection to cover many more sports. In the meantime I hope you will enjoy the collection below.
Do your kids enjoy playing baseball in the summer? Why not print out this fun baseball grid copy puzzle for them, as something a little different to do...
Come up with a cricket-themed word for each letter of the alphabet to complete this cricket alphabet challange! My entry for letter S is "Silly Mid Off".
For those who enjoy a bit of cricket in the summer, why not print out this cricket grid copy puzzle for something different to do!
Here is one of our popular - and tricky - letter elimination puzzles with cricket as its theme. It's perfect for a rainy summer's Saturday afternoon when there is no cricket to watch, or perhaps to keep the kids busy during a long match.
Football boots are really tricky to draw well, so this grid copy puzzle is one for older children. Copy the boots across to the blank grid, concentrating on a square at a time...
Here's a challenge for the kids! Can they copy the football, complete with its hexagon design, from the grid on the left to the blank grid on the right? It's not easy!
Here's a fun football themed puzzle to keep the kids busy. Can they unscramble the words and write them correctly? The pictures will give them some hints.
Over the last 15 years, the Williams sisters, Serena and Venus, have taken the Ladies' Singles shield 9 times between them! Can you find their names, and other champions, in this puzzling Wimbledon word search?
Can you find the names of the men's singles Wimbledon champions of the last 15 years, from 2002 to 2017? You might be surprised how many times you are searching for Federer's name! I wonder how this puzzle will change for next year...
How many words can the kids make out of the letters in our boggler puzzle, following the rules on the sheet? Remember that there are hidden rugby themed words to look for, too!
It takes a fair amount of concentration a steady hand and careful counting to complete one of grid copy puzzles. Here's a fun picture of a rugby player to copy from the left grid to the right.
Here's our hardest rugby maze - and this really is quite a difficult puzzle for the kids to get their teeth into!
This rugby maze is a little challenging! Can the children find the path from the rugby player to the rugby ball?
Here's a word search puzzle with a rugby theme - perfect for the World Cup or just for rugby fans anytime.
Here's a nice simple finger or pencil tracing activity for younger children. Which route should the skier take to reach the finish line?
Here's a tricky grid copy puzzle, perfect for an indoor afternoon. Using the squares as a guide, carefully copy the skier onto the the blank grid.
If you can't get out and try snowboarding you can at least try drawing a snowboarder! Our grid copy makes it easy if you work through the squares one by one. Don't forget to colour him in when you've finished.
I'm not sure when football became known as "the beautiful game", but I thought it might be a fun title for a "how many words" puzzle for the kids. Treat this as a solo challenge, complete with friends, or race against a group of other children.
Here's a fun puzzle for sports fans - although even the biggest fans might come unstuck on X, Y and Z! Try to think up a sporty word for each letter of the alphabet...
Our summer sports boggler puzzle asks kids to find as many words as possible from the letters in the grid. We have hidden some summer sports words for bonus points.
Here's a fun activity for a rainy day at the beach! Can the kids copy our picture of a surfer from the left grid to the right?
Find as many words as you can in this tennis boggler puzzle. You get bonus points for longer words and tennis themed words!
Here's a fun tennis-themed grid copy activity for tennis fans! It's quite a tricky picture, so best for older children. Just copy the squares one at a time.
How many smaller words can you make out the words GAME, SET AND MATCH? Children can complete this on their own, or perhaps against the clock as a group challenge in the classroom?
Can you help the tennis player find a path through the maze to pick up a new ball? This printable maze is perfect for younger children.
Find all the sports - either from the US or particularly popular in America - in this fun printable word search puzzle.