Our cute corgi has a friend with some pieces missing! Can the kids help copy them back in...?
We've a whole range of Welsh themed puzzles here. Try your hand at drawing some Welsh pictures or try some of our challenging word searches - we even have a Welsh language puzzle.
This "complete the daffodil puzzle" is a mixture of a puzzle and a drawing activity and is great for building children's observation and copying skills.
Children will need to look closely at the lamb on the right to help them complete the picture. It makes a fun challenge for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme.
Our "complete the picture" puzzles require copying skills and pencil control! Can the kids copy the missing parts of the rugby ball, with reference to the complete picture on the right?
Here's a fun way to practice your observation and drawing skills! Copy the missing parts of the rugby player on the left from the complete rugby player on the right...
Complete the missing parts of the Welsh dragon on the left, by referring to the Welsh dragon on the right! It's a mixture of a puzzle and a drawing activity...
Here's a tricky drawing activity / puzzle with a St David's Day or Welsh theme. Can the kids complete the picture of the little girl dressed in traditional Welsh costume?
See if the kids can copy this cute picture of the Queen's favourite type of pooch, a corgi! Careful drawing and concentration required!
Our daffodil dot to dot makes a fun activity for St David's Day, Easter or spring. Follow the letters or the numbers to draw the daffodil's petals.
Use this grid copy activity to create a picture of a sunny yellow daffodil, perfect for Spring!
Here are some attempts, to inspire!
Can the kids find the Welsh words for the fruit in this fun word search? We've added pictures to help...
Copy the cute lamb picture with the help of the square grid. Careful counting and copying square by square can make the task easier! This grid copy would make a lovely spring activity.
Finish the picture of a rugby ball by joining up the dots with numbers 1 to 12. Nice and easy rugby fun for younger kids!
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.
Can you find all 12 words to do with Saint David hidden in the wordsearch? A fun and challenging activity for St David's Day...
Print out this sheep dot to dot colouring page - just join the dots up (numbers 1-20) before colouring in..
Fun for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme, practise pencil control by drawing a line through the maze to help the lamb find her mum.
Can you find a Wales themed word for each letter of the alphabet? You could think about Welsh place names, Welsh food, flowers and so on...
How many words can you find in this Wales boggler puzzle? Move horizontally, vertically or diagonally to join letters. There are some Wales themed words to find for bonus points.
Can you find the hidden daffodils, valleys and other Wales-themed words that we've placed inside our Wales wordsearch grid? Solution available below...
Our Welsh dragon is quite a complicated drawing so this grid copy puzzle is a good one for older children. They can use the squares of the grid to copy the picture accurately across.
Get the kids to help the dragon through the maze to visit the castle! Fun for St David's Day or any Welsh topic...
This is a challenging grid copy puzzle for older children, who can use the squares to help them copy the picture of a girl in traditional Welsh costume.