Dolphins are amazing animals, I’ve always liked them since I was a little kid. They seem so smart, and they always look like they’re smiling. Follow along with us and learn how to draw a dolphin! Art Supplies marker paper Lesson Length under 10 minutes
How To Draw AnimalsYou've found our huge collection of how to draw animals! There are all kinds of animals in here, big, small, ones that fly and even swim. There are cartoon animal lessons, realistic animals, and even mythical creatures! This group of lessons is probably one of my favorite categories on our entire website.
Here’s a cute little guy, how to draw a raccoon! This one is easy, but still fun, even for those parents and teachers that like to draw along with their kids. Art Materials Pen, pencil, crayon, or marker Paper Watch How To Draw A Raccoon
If you’re new to our site, I have three kids. They’re two, four, and seven. So that means sometimes it’s hard to make one art project work for all of them. Here’s a perfect example, how to draw a horse (or zebra). We first did how to draw a horse a while back, but left […]
How to draw an elephant is great for younger artists, especially since it uses very simple straight lines…or at least slightly curved straight lines. Once your kids have finished drawing the elephant, challenge them to draw the elephant’s environment. You could ask questions to spark their imagination. Where does your elephant live? Zoo? Jungle? Your […]
How to draw a pig came as a special request from one of our friends. We’ve done how to finger paint a pig but never how to draw one. Materials Paper Crayon, marker, or pencil Watch How To Draw A Pig
Our first how to draw a frog post was very cartoony, so we thought we’d do another, but more realistic. And if your kids just love frogs be sure to check out our easy pop-up frog! Watch How To Draw A Frog
Sorry for the lack of posts last week. I was out of town on a week long backpacking trip. It was a blast, but of course I missed my kids. It sure made my day, when one of the first things they said when I got back was, “Lets make a video!” Check the bottom […]
Both Chuckers and I have been feeling bad that our last few dinosaur posts have been more advanced. So, we decided to make this how to draw a stegosaurus for the slightly younger artists! Though once we did it, I noticed that even Chuckers struggled with the leaf-shaped spikes along the back. If your kids […]
We have another dinosaur! It’s how to draw a Dilophosaurus! This was another request from one of our awesome friends. We love all of your ideas, thanks for sending them in. If you or your kids have never heard of a Dilophosaurus, check out their wikipedia page! Dilophosaurus’ are really interesting! Watch How To Draw […]
It’s Friday, perfect for learning how to draw a pterodactyl dinosaur! Now your t-rex has a super cool friend, too. If you haven’t drawn a t-rex yet, be sure to check out that post. I had so much fun showing Chucker’s how to draw this guy, simply because of his reaction after we were done. […]
Bees are not exactly a family favorite around here. Last summer, Chuckers went to check the mailbox and on his way back to the house a bee stung him right on the side of the neck. He came running into the house yelling, “I got stung! I got stung!” Mom and Hads came to the […]
Super easy step by step instructions for kids on how to draw a manta ray! Watch the short video and download the free printable.
Just for kids, how to draw a snake! Not any ol’ snake, a COBRA!
Simple instructions on how to draw the cutest dog on this planet!
Really simple instructions on how to draw a scorpion for kids. Watch the short video, and download the free printable instructions.
This is dad’s favorite how to yet! It’s one of the hardest instructions we’ve done, but it’s still fun!
Simple step by step instructions on how to draw a ladybug, perfect for really young artists. Watch the video and download the free steps.
Simple step by step instructions on how to draw a spider. Watch the short video, and download the free instructions.
Ok, this how to draw a penguin was specifically for my little Hads. That’s why it may look extremely easy. Hads is three, so activities involving few steps and simple shapes seem perfect for her.
How to draw a dragon was meant to be a little more difficult. I have a six-year-old and a 3-year-old. Sometimes it’s difficult to teach them both at the same time.