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Drawing can be so much fun! so, Who wouldn’t want to learn to draw? Grab out step-by-step how to draw activity and get the fun started!

Our simple how to draw activities are suitable for people all ages so you can also practice your drawing skills and rock it next time you play pictonary.

Benefits of drawing for kids

Some of the benefits of drawing activities include:

  • Fine motor skill development
  • stress relief
  • Encourages Visual Analysis
  • Helps kids concenrate
  • Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Creativity: Drawing can help to stimulate your children’s creative thinking by allowing them to choose a drawing style, colors, and what they want to draw first. As kids gain confidence in their drawing abilities, they will be encouraged to attempt new drawings, patterns, and other coloring techniques.

What´s included

On this free how to draw activity resource we will be drawing ocean themed animals and elements.

Each of our pages includes a handy guided drawing printable that includes all of the stages as well as space to design your own version of the drawing.

  • US Letter Size
  • Instant download
  • 5 super fun designs for screen free entertainment
  • You can also laminate them to reuse the same printable multiple times

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The free printable(s) are in PDF format and may be opened using Adobe Reader, which is available for free. Printables produced and created by The Happy Koko and its Designers are for PERSONAL USE ONLY and are NOT FOR RESALE. Please read the entire set of Terms & Conditions. If you don’t have a printer at home, you can print these free printables at a print shop; however, certain print shops may not print licensed characters. Because of differences in screen and printer settings, colors may vary slightly when printed. This free printable blog post may be shared on social media, including Pinterest, as well as on your blog/website with a link back to this blog post. Please DO NOT DISTRIBUTE THE PDF ON SOCIAL MEDIA OR ON YOUR BLOG/WEB SITE.If you try any of my printables, I’d love to hear about it! Post a photo on your favorite social networking platform and follow me: at Pinterest! So I can locate you, use the hashtag #THKprintables! I hope you enjoy these freebies!

How to print

You can either choose to print at home, print them as photos at your local Photo Center (Walmart/CVS/Walgreens), or office supply printer shop (Staples/FedEx).

Home printing advice: Results will vary as equipment varies. Best advice, make sure you use a good quality paper and for color printing make sure you select “best quality” on printer options when you go to print. Printers will sometimes cut off an area of the printable if you do not have the print to edge feature. Your printer has an option to “scale to fit” or print 100%. If you scale, the sizing of the items may vary. Again, be sure to make sure to use good quality paper and make sure your ink cartridge is full!

Suggested art supplies

I like to keep a big variety of art supplies on hand so that I am always prepared for when my kids feel like painting or when my nieces and nephews visit. You don’t need everything on my recommended art tools list, but I wanted to share some of my personal favorites with you.

  • Crayola Super Tips Marker Set: A must have classic. They come in several sized boxes – I purchased the 100-count box since you can never have enough colors!
  • Faber-Castell Learn to Watercolor Set – Complete Watercolor Paint and Paper Beginner Set – Washable Paint Set for Kids: WASHABLE KIDS PAINT – The Young Artist Learn to Paint with Watercolors The set included non-toxic, washable, and kid-friendly paints for kids. With this open-ended arts and crafts exercise, you can inspire creativity while your child learns the fundamentals of watercolor painting.
  • Crayola 120 Crayons in Specialty Colors, Coloring Set: These crayons are fantastic. The kids love glittering, sparkling crayons, and these were a big hit!! This box has four different sets of crayons, including glitter, shimmer, neon, and pearl. When I took out this unique package of Crayolas, my kids were always ecstatic. They are a bit pricey, but seeing the kids’ delight for coloring made it well worth the money!
  • Crayola Ultimate Crayon Collection, Portable Coloring Set: EVERY SINGLE CRAYON! They come in a neat display case that organizes all of the crayons, so you don’t end up with a bunch of boxes all over the place at the end of the day, and there are more than enough variations of different colors, so multiple people can draw without having to wait for someone to finish with a color that they require. I had to look up the names of a bunch of the colors because I’d never heard of them before.
  • Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils: If your child, like mine, dislikes coloring beyond the lines, they are the perfect remedy! My son used to resent coloring, but now he can be creative without fear of ruining his work if he makes a mistake. This has also helped his fine motor skills.

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