Children will need to copy carefully - but if they do so they will end up with their own cloud picture in the right-hand grid!
Weather Grid Copy Puzzles
NEW! Our grid copy puzzles are a test of concentration, observation and pencil control - but they are also quite a lot of fun! This weather-themed collection includes all the familiar weather symbols as well as a few simple weather-related pictures like a cloud and umbrella.
Can the kids copy this picture of a cloudy weather symbol from the left grid to the right, one square at a time? Our grid puzzles are great for practising pencil control and concentration skills.
Here's a picture of a hail weather symbol for the kids to copy. Counting the squares carefully and drawing one square at a time can help.
Copy the rain weather symbol from the grid on the left onto the grid on the right. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the job easier…
Copy our picture of a rainbow weather symbol from the grid on the left to the grid on the right - quite tricky! Then you can colour in both rainbows too!
See if the kids can copy our picture of a sleet weather symbol, using the grid to help them. Careful drawing and concentration required!
It takes concentration to copy a picture square by square, but it's fun to do and a great way to practice some drawing skills! This snow weather symbol grid copy is perfect for a weather topic...
Carefully copy this picture of a sunny intervals weather symbol one square at a time and watch the picture unfold.
Copy our picture of a sunny showers weather symbol by using the grid, one square at a time. This is a great activity for building concentration and drawing skills.
Can the kids copy our picture of the sunny weather symbol from the left grid to the right? It is easiest to go one square at a time, with some careful counting, observation and copying.
Can the kids copy this thunderstorm weather symbol from the left-hand grid to the right? It's quite tricky!
Our grid copy pictures are a fun way for kids to learn to draw simple pictures - and they involve careful counting, pencil control and copying skills too. Here's a lovely umbrella grid copy to try. The children might enjoy colouring in both umbrellas once they've finished copying too!