Be careful today’s lesson may get you really hungry! We’re learning how to draw a cute ice cream cone. We hope you’re going to follow along with us. This project is super easy and super short, but a lot of fun. Remember to add your own details, maybe your cone has more than one scoop […]
For Kids 5 Years And Under
These art lessons are specifically meant for younger artists (ages 4-5). Some lessons might still be challenging, but this category contains our shorter and easier art lessons.
Today we’re learning how to draw a cute chibi version of Rapunzel and Pascal. This lesson is meant for younger artists, but older artists will always have fun drawing along with us too. You’ll need a marker, paper, and colored pencils for this art project. Be sure to follow along with us and if we […]
Valentine’s Day is coming up, it’s time to start the LOVEY art projects 🙂 Today’s episode is with Hads and we’re learning how to finger paint swans for our Valentine’s cards. This project is cool because it explains symmetry in a fun way! Here’s a list of the art materials you’ll need for this project: […]
Happy Valentine’s Day art friends! Learn how to fold an origami heart with us, but be sure to give it to someone you love. Make a lot of them, and give them to everyone 🙂 When you’re handing them the heart, also tell them you love them. When we fold our hearts we were actually […]
Are you new to our website? Welcome! Today we’re drawing a cute cartoon penguin. We’ve drawn a realistic penguin before and we’ve even folded an origami penguin. Be sure to check those lessons out too. This lesson is meant for younger art friends, but older artists will have fun following along as well. Visit our […]
Today we’re learning how to draw a cute cartoon banana with a face! Follow along with us and draw your own funny banana. All you need is a marker, paper, and something to color with. When you’re done following along with us, use your own imagination and finish the background. Your background could include more […]
Pick up those markers and follow along with us. Today we’re learning how to draw a cute cartoon baby. More specifically we’re going to draw baby Olive. If your kids want to draw Olive with us, great! But, they could also change their drawing by using their own creativity and add different details. Maybe their […]
Grab those markers, art friends, and let’s learn how to draw a snowman. This project is short and fun, especially for younger artists. When you’re finished following along with us. Be sure to add more details to your drawing. You can add a background and more characters! Also, remember to use your own creativity to […]
Last week we learned how to draw Abraham Lincoln, today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon George Washington. This is a cartoon version of him, because we wanted to make this lesson short and simple for young artists. Also be sure to take a photo of your kids/students drawings! We’d love to see how […]
Happy Friday, art friends! Today we’re learning how to draw cartoon Woody from Toy Story. We’ve already learned how to draw Buzz Lightyear and Emperor Zurg, so be sure to check those lessons out too. We hope your kids are going to follow along with us. They’ll need a marker (or something to draw with), […]
Get those little artists ready, today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon spider and spider web! Your kids will need: Paper Marker Black & Red Oil Pastel This activity is simple and easy for younger artists! When they’re finished drawing their spiders, challenge them to draw more spiders on their own. They could draw […]
Learn how to draw a cute chibi zombie! Grab those markers and follow along with us. Hadley is helping me today, and you’ll notice her zombie looks different. She drew a girl zombie, and I drew a boy zombie. Encourage your kids to do the same. Tell them to use their imagination to change their […]
Halloween is almost here, I can smell the candy! Learn how to draw a cartoon pumpkin and ghost. These two are fun to use as decorations in your house. After your kids have watched this lesson, encourage them to draw more pumpkins and ghosts. Ask them to change the pumpkin and ghost faces. They could […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon raven! Grab those markers and colored pencils and follow along with us. Don’t forget to draw with a friend, too! This lesson is meant for younger artists, but older artists will also have fun. When your kids are finished with this lesson, check out some of our other cartoon […]
Austin is learning how to draw a cartoon black cat with me. He’s only five years old. And when he drew the cat ears he drew them tall and skinny, just like rabbit ears. Remember to encourage your kids to have fun and not worry if their drawing doesn’t look perfect. Challenge them to practice […]
Trick or Treat, I much prefer treats! Learn how to draw a cute cartoon candy corn. Austin is helping me with today’s lesson. He’s five years old. This project is simple and short for young artists. When your kids finish their drawings, challenge them to draw more candy corns all over the paper.
Yesterday we learned how to draw a chibi version of Batman! Today we’re learning how to draw a cute chibi version of Robin. These lessons are for our younger art friends, but the older ones will have fun too. I love drawing in this style; it’s simple but still a blast! Be sure to draw […]
We’ve drawn Batman a couple times before, but they were both challenging. We’ve learned how to draw comic book Batman and how to draw Lego Batman. This how to draw cartoon Batman is meant for our younger art friends. Grab your markers, paper, and colored pencils! Remember, if we go to fast and you need […]
Today we’re doing a fun cutout project and learning how to draw french fries. For this activity you’ll need: Marker Scissors Glue Construction paper (black, red, yellow, and white) When you’re finished following along with us, be sure to add your own extra details to your french fries.
Austin is helping me today, we’re learning how to draw Shy Guy from Mario! If we ever go too fast for your young artists, remind them they can pause the video and take extra time. And if they really love Mario characters, check out some of our other lessons. Or, visit the official Mario website […]
Learn how to draw another Hello Kitty friend! Today we’re learning how to draw Badtz-Maru. Check out the official Hello Kitty website for more ideas on fun friends to draw.
Learn how to draw Pete The Cat! (Link to official Pete The Cat website) Pete is a funny cat that likes his white shoes but happens to change them to different colors. We’re keeping this lesson simple for our younger art friends. If you’d like to make it more challenging try using the book as […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon apple and worm! All you need is a marker, paper, and colored pencils.
The new school year is here! We thought it would be fun to celebrate by learning how to draw a cartoon teacher. Also, learn how to draw a cartoon school!
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a cartoon cow. This project is meant for younger artists, but it’s still fun for the older artists!
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a cartoon school! If you liked this lesson be sure to check out How To Draw A Cartoon School Bus. Check out how to draw a cartoon teacher!
We’re learning how to draw a cartoon police car. In this lesson we’re practicing our circle and rectangle shapes. Today’s lesson is perfect for younger artists! Check out our other police car lesson, if you’re looking for something more advanced.
Today’s lesson is just for younger artists. We’re learning how to draw a school bus. Don’t forget to draw with your little artists. Art is always more fun with friends!
Learn how to draw Piggie from the Elephant and Piggie book series! We love these books, they’re so funny. If you haven’t heard of them, check out the official Mo Willems website.
Today’s drawing lesson is specifically for younger artists. Today we’re learning how to draw a wagon with a monkey in it. This lesson is great for practicing rectangles and circles. For this project you’ll need: Paper Marker (or something to draw with) Oil Pastels (or something to color with) We love using oil pastels more […]