Our hidden object activity pages have become some of our most requested printable pages. So today we’re excited to release 12 brand new difficult hidden pictures for kids. Travel across the world in these delightfully illustrated pages. Visit the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Sydney Opera House in Australia or dive into the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll have so much fun finding objects as you venture through the Safari, seeing Big Ben in London and the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Not only are these activity pages amusing and entertaining, they help hone skills like paying attention to details, using visual memory, and practicing hand-eye coordination as they color in the shapes they find hidden in the fun artwork. The Chinese New Year and Taj Mahal activity sheets are somewhat tricky. You may need another set of eyes to help find the hidden objects. Which leads us to encourage you to work through these with your youngsters. Turn this activity time into a family affair, finding the objects and then coloring the pages together.
These are the most difficult hidden object worksheets we’ve published yet, so we’d love to hear your comments on them.
Difficult Hidden Pictures for Kids
We have these puzzles and more in our Easy Hidden Pictures for Kids.
Looking for something a bit easier? We also have an entire series of easy hidden picture activity pages, including this set of Winter Hidden Pictures Coloring Pages.