Practice makes perfect, they say. Well, if your kids love to draw, and they want to improve, they’ve come to the right place! On this page you will find a collection of drawing activities for kids, specifically finish the drawing creative exercises, and drawing tutorials.
Drawing Practice for Kids: Finish the Drawing Activities
Finish the drawing, a.k.a finish the doodle. These drawing exercises are fun for both kids and adults. Design your own book cover. Build a space station. Sketch a treasure chest, and illustrate a rocket. All it takes is a printer, a pencil, and a little imagination.
Drawing Practice for Kids: How to Draw Animals
Looking for more drawing practice for kids? Then make sure you download the How to Draw Animals eBook! This fun activity PDF contains 12 step-by-step tutorials for your children to follow, just like the ones below.
In this eBooklet, learn how to draw the following creatures: armadillo, grasshopper, bear, camel, hippopotamus, Malayan tapir, mountain goat, hammerhead shark, toucan, elephant, seal, and rhinoceros.
Curious how this ebook came about? Read this post.
Drawing Practice for Kids: Additional Activities
To conclude, here are few more or less random drawing activities I’ve pulled from the old printables archives. The first two are from a Three Little Pigs eBooklet I created.
And if your kids can’t quite get their drawing to look right, just remember, practice makes perfect.
Want proof? Here’s a drawing from when I was a kid.
Best of luck with your drawings! – Tim