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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.
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 […]
Austin and I are learning how to draw a cartoon sloth today! We hope you and your younger artists are going to follow along with us. This is meant for the younger artist, but also fun for the older artists. We use Sharpies, but remember you don’t have to. Draw with whatever you and your […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon turtle with us. Austin is helping me today, so this lesson is perfect for younger artists. We’re using a Sharpie but feel free to use whatever you or your child fill most comfortable drawing with. If you use a Sharpie, be sure to use a couple sheets of […]
Today we’re learning how to make a watermelon! This is a really simple construction paper cutout, even for younger artists. You’ll need red, green (2 sheets), and black construction paper. You’ll also need scissors, glue stick, black marker, and oil pastels (white, light and dark green).
Happy Monday art friends! We love you all! Today we’re drawing a cute cartoon butterfly for my cousin Peyton. Be sure to stay until the end of the video, we show off all of the amazing art you sent us.
Austin and I are learning how to draw a minion pig from Angry Birds! This is a great art activity for young artists. Also, don’t forget to visit the official Angry Birds website. You can draw the other pig characters on your own.
Today’s lesson is with Austin! We’re learning how to draw a cartoon octopus. This lesson is meant to be super easy and fun for young artists. Remember to do this lesson with your little artists. Drawing is always more fun together, with friends.
Learn how to draw a wrecking ball crane! This art project is for young kids. We use simple shapes to build our cranes, and try to keep the project very short. We hope your kids have fun drawing with us, but don’t you forget to draw with them! Art is always more fun together. Also, […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon Ron Weasley and Scabbers with us! This lesson is meant to be easy and short for young artists, but still fun for older artists. The important thing to remember when doing art, is that it’s ok if your drawings don’t look perfect…the most important thing is to have fun. […]
Yes, we’re drawing another Harry Potter character! This time we’re learning how to draw cartoon Hermione and Crookshanks. We love Harry Potter, and love drawing the characters even more. We can’t wait to draw more. Be sure to check out all of the other Harry Potter lessons. Oh, and we can not wait to go […]
Austin and I are learning how to draw Humpty Dumpty! Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again. Austin is four years old, so we’re keeping this project super simple. You can challenge your little artists with […]
Get this big walking carpet out of my way! Learn how to draw a cartoon Chewbacca! We love drawing these cartoon versions of Star Wars characters. Check out our other Star Wars lessons and stay tuned for more. Also don’t forget to visit the official Star Wars website, it’s AWESOME!
Easter is almost here, and we’re going to celebrate by learning how to draw a cartoon Easter bunny. For this project you’ll need the usual marker, paper, and oil pastels…but you’ll also need scissors, glue, and construction paper (blue and green).
Yay, we’re drawing our first fairy tale. Follow along with us and learn how to draw Little Red Riding Hood…and the big bad wolf 🙂 She’s super cute and super easy, perfect for younger artists. You’ll need something to draw with and something to color with. You don’t have to use the same supplies we’re […]
This one is nice and easy for the younger artists, but stay tuned for our leprechaun coming up. It’ll be a little more difficult.
Today we’re drawing another cartoon character from Star Wars. Learn how to draw a cartoon Rey! You’ll need a marker and paper, but you’ll also need colored pencils or oil pastels to finish coloring her. Also when you’re done, don’t forget to draw the background desert! Check out our other Star Wars art lessons, or even […]
Learn how to make paper lilies! This is a fun project for spring, holidays, or just someone you love. You’ll need white paper, scissors, pencil, tape, green and yellow pipe cleaners. Don’t forget to make a lot of them!
Learn how to draw a cartoon parrot! This activity is meant for younger artists. We tried to keep this lesson short and simple. You’ll need something to draw with, some paper and something to color with. We used oil pastels in this lesson but you can use anything (crayons, markers, colored pencils). If you found this lesson […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon Darth Vader! For this activity you’ll need something to draw with and paper. You’ll also need something to color with, we used colored pencils (black, red and blue…we also used white for blending). After you’re done drawing Darth Vader, be sure to draw Princess Leia too. Also check out our other […]
Learn how to draw cartoon Princess Leia! She’s super cute, super fun, and super easy to draw. We do the cartoon versions to make these lessons easier for younger artists, but this is still fun for the older ones too. Don’t tell anyone but this is now my favorite lesson!
It’s groundhog’s day! Learn how to draw a cartoon groundhog with us. He’s super simple to draw, plus we try to keep the lesson super short…just for young artists. You can draw the groundhog two different ways, one with his shadow and one without. We sure hope the groundhog doesn’t see his shadow today.