Copy the picture carefully from one grid to the other. Perhaps you could use it to help keep children busy on a plane journey?
Summer Grid Copy Puzzles
When you need an activity to keep children entertained over the summer look no further than our summer grid copy puzzles. Encourage children to look closely and follow the squares one by one to copy the picture and then they can colour them in.
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?
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...
Our simple beach ball grid copy puzzle is a good one for younger kids, who can count the squares and copy them across one by one. Once they've tried the puzzle, why not encourage them to draw another without the grid and colour it in?
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.
Just what you need for a trip to the seaside - a bucket and spade! Print this grid copy puzzle to do on the train or in the car, perhaps?
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 funny crab grid copy puzzle is a good one for younger kids, with fairly simple lines to copy. Teach them how to count the squares and copy the contents of one square at a time...
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!
Flip flops are a summer essential, so we've included a pair for the kids in our summer grid copy puzzle collection. It's an interesting way of learning how to draw these tricky objects, too!
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!
Copy our two ice lolly pictures from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, then colour them in!
Use the grid provided to copy the image of the rose. Grid copies are great fun for children - it is so satisfying to see the picture appear1 If you are lucky enough to have roses nearby you could follow this with a walk in the garden or park to see the real thing!
Have fun following the squares one by one on this grid copy puzzle. It is a test of observation skills to get the pattern on the sail of this sailing boat 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!
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.
This is a super grid copy for younger children, who will love copying our friendly, smiling starfish from the left grid to the right!
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 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!
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!
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.
Our grid copies require a fun mixture of concentration and pencil control - and they are also a good way of learning how to put a picture together! This one features a nice, simple sunflower - perfect for summer.
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?
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.