Learning how to make cool drawings is so much fun! It may surprise you, but toddlers as young as 15 months old can draw too! Let them express their creativity with crayons, washable felt tips, or paint.|
If you are looking for cute pictures to draw, you are in the right place.
Free Day of the Dead art
Today we are helping our kids develop their creativity and improve their motor skills by drawing a sugar skull! This printable set is basically like drawing lessons, and they’re totally free!
Day of the dead art is super colorful so make sure to use as many colors as possible! Vibrant colors are the most used, but let your kid choose whatever colors they prefer.
Still looking for more holiday printables? Find more cute pictures to draw and other fun crafts in our holiday activities for kids! Whether you are celebrating Halloween, Christmas or 4th of July, we have tons of ideas for each date.
Easy drawing ideas
Children love drawing! Even when following a step by step drawing tutorial, each kid’s drawing is unique; from the way they hold the crayon, to the colors they choose.
And not only that, but drawing activities will give your little one a confidence boost! Being able to make simple drawings is one of the best and easiest activities to build self-esteem.
Kids love arts and crafts, and what better way to spend family quality time than doing engaging kids activities! We have over 4500 fun activities for kids like classroom prints, worksheets, printable coloring pages, crafts, scrapbooking ideas, and so much more.
Another great activity for kids who enjoy drawing and coloring are zentangles; zentangles patterns for kids are easy to follow and the end result is a beautiful image.
Sugar skull: how to draw step by step
Today’s tutorial printable pack will be useful for kids who love drawing and coloring. Your kids will be able to create a beautiful sugar skull!
This pack includes 3 printable pages with detailed instructions to make a beautiful sugar skull. Just follow the easy instructions and color the sugar skull once you’re done!
Let us know what you think about them! Did your kids like them?
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