Imagine an American football player wearing his pads and helmet, and them draw the one that fits onto these feet! It's a fun drawing challenge for older children.
Those "Whose Feet" printables are a really fun way to encourage the kids to draw - especially those who might be a little reluctant and unsure where to start! We've provided the feet of various holiday characters, sports men and women, animals and birds ... and the kids need to fill in the rest!
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This athlete could specialise in sprints or long distance, high jump or long jump! It's up to the kids to fill in the rest of the picture...
These very distinctive feet belong to a graceful ballerina! The challenge is to design and draw the rest of the picture...
Our baseball player is wearing an old-style baseball uniform. What would the rest of the uniform look like? Can the kids draw it in?
Basketball players wear long shorts and, often, colourful shoes like these! Can the kids draw in the rest of the picture?
Can the kids take their cue from the feet of this little Christmas elf, and draw in his torso and face? One thing we know ... he has stripy Christmas stocking!
There is no doubt about the sport that the owner of these feet and pads plays! Can the kids draw him or her in to the picture?
Here is a challenging drawing exercise for the kids! We have provided the 4 feet of a crocodile. They need to provide the head, body, and tail!
This creative drawing prompt for Halloween suggests that children might like to fill in the drawing with the body of their own Dracula - but after all, the page is blank and waiting for their own imaginations to fill it!
I think these feet belong to a duck, but your child might have other ideas! How will they choose to finish this picture?
These feet are instantly recognisable as the front feet of an elephant! Can the kids finish the rest of the picture?
These boots belong to a Frankenstein monster - it's only the body that's missing! Grab your pencils and get the kids to fill in the picture with their own Frankenstein creation.
Here is a tricky "whose feet" challenge! We've provided this frog's feet – now can the kids fill in the rest of the picture…
There are so many ways that the kids could fill in the rest of this ghostly picture - so encourage them to get imaginative! It's a great way to get hesitant kids to start drawing.
Can the kids take their cue from the two front legs of a giraffe, and draw the rest? It's a bit tricky, but fun…
This golfer is wearing traditional golfing knickerbockers - the old-fashioned golfing outfit still seen occasionally on the golf course! Can the kids take inspiration by the parts of the picture we have provided, and draw the rest?
I think you can see that these feet - and the bottom half of these legs - belong to a horse. But can you draw the rest of the picture? Or maybe your chidlren wilol make up an entirely different creature...
What is the ice skater in this picture wearing, and what does he or she look like? Take your cue from the ice skates on the feet of this skater, and draw the rest of the picture.
We've provided the Mummy's feet - can the kids fill in the rest of the picture? It's a fun Halloween drawing activity!
We've included the feet and the fringe of a tunic to get you started. Can you draw the rest of the tunic of the Native American whose feet they belong to?
Who might be wearing these moccasins? Our 'whose feet Native American' printable asks children to imagine and draw the owner of these feet.
It's hard not to love penguins - but it's also quite hard to draw them! We've given kids the feet and beginning of the body ... now it is their turn to fill in the rest.
Imagine that pig is standing in front of you, looking straight at you. We've provided the feet … Now you draw the rest!
Who might be the owner of these buckled shoes? Our "whose feet pilgrim printable" is a new take on our complete the picture printables!
Here's something new for Thanksgiving. Whose feet might these be? Have fun drawing and colouring the owner of the feet on our "whose feet" pilgrim printable.
Father Christmas relies on his reindeer to pull his sleigh - but what exactly does a reindeer look like? We've given you a reindeer's two front legs, and ask the kids to fill in the rest of the picture. Will this reindeer have a red nose, I wonder?
We've provided the kids with a pair of boots and stripy rugby socks. Now they have to draw the rest of the rugby player!
We've give you Santa Claus' feet - a sturdy pair of boots and the bottom of his red fur-trimmed trousers, of course - and now it is up to the kids to draw the rest of him!
It's easy to see that these feet belong to a Scotsman - the clue is in the shoes, socks and kilt! But can the kids fill in the rest of the picture?
What position would this skier , and what would he be working? We've provided the feet, now kids need to think about how to draw the rest of the picture!
Soccer-mad kids will love drawing in their favourite football star, using these feet as starting points. Or perhaps they can draw themselves in their own kit, or their favourite player's jersey...
These feet are ready for a Thanksgiving turkey to be drawn, or maybe collaged or painted, on top. Children can be as creative as they like and perhaps design their own bird rather than a turkey!
Draw in the rest of Uncle Sam, taking inspiration from these very distinctive legs! It's a fun drawing challenge for kids of all ages.
This witch likes to wear stripy green and yellow stockings and extraordinary shoes. I wonder what the rest of her outfit will look like? Children can let their imagination go wild when they fill in this Whose Feet picture...