This puzzle is a great way to learn to draw. Complete the picture of the wolf using the image on the right as your guide.
Explore our wolf printables to find a poster, grid copy picture, story paper, and more. Kids can even learn to draw their own wolf following our step by step guide. Our wolf resources might be useful for a fairy tale topic, or perhaps for cub scouts...
Children will get a great sense of achievement from creating a picture on their own. This learn to draw page will teach them, step by step, to create a wolf.
For those keen on learning to draw, grid copy is a good place to start. Copy the contents of each square and you'll soon have created your own picture of a wolf!
If you are stuck indoors due to inclement weather, making a jigsaw is a great way to pass the time. Start by printing a cutting template. Then follow the instructions and you'll be puzzling away in no time.
This shaggy wolf face lacing card is a nice simple outline for young children to practice their sewing skills on.
Wolves feature in many children's stories so whether you are acting out Little Red Riding Hood or Peter and the Wolf or any other story our printable wolf mask is sure to come in handy.
This is a fantastic wolf poster. He's not as fierce as some I've seen so even little children will love him!
Here's a fierce wolf template in various sizes. Use it for crafts, scrapbooking, tracing, colouring or writing projects.
Are you looking for some writing inspiration? Why not use a special writing page, like this one with a wolf on it? Children may enjoy colouring in the picture of the wolf which you can do if you print the black and white version.
Just print this fabulous card onto good quality paper or card stock, and fold in half. The scene on the front - a mother wolf and her two wolf cubs - is perfect for any animal lover or possibly a cub scout.
Here's a colouring card featuring a mother wolf and two cute wolf cubs - fun for kids who like the outdoors, or perhaps for cub scouts?