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Mmmmm…learn how to draw an apple pie for Thanksgiving or even Christmas! Be careful, this lesson will definitely make you hungry for delicious apple pie. And if you’re hungry for more, check out our fun food category. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils tan brown grey red green *Learn more about the specific art supplies we […]
Learn how to draw Happy Thanksgiving in block letters! We’re so grateful for you and your kids. We love seeing your family and classroom art! Please let your little artists know that we love drawing with them. We hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving. Art Supplies marker pencil erasure paper colored pencils yellow orange […]
Fall is in full force where we live. Every tree is covered in colors. To celebrate we’re learning how to draw a fall wreath! If we ever go too fast or fast forward the video, you can pause and use extra time to finish a step. Art Supplies marker pencil erasure paper colored pencils orange […]
We love the fall season! We especially love watching the leaves change color. I thought it would be fun to learn how to draw leaves blowing in the wind to celebrate the change. During this lesson, try not to draw the leaves exactly like me. Use your creativity to change your leaves and even have […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a funny cute scarecrow! Even though this lesson is simple and perfect for younger artists, it’s still fun for any age. Don’t forget to finish your drawings by adding a background! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils tan brown yellow red blue *Learn more about the […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a funny Thanksgiving turkey leg! You can also check out all of our other fun Thanksgiving lessons here. Learn more and even purchase our How To Draw Funny Food ebook! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils brown pink tan Lesson Length under 10 minutes
Grab those markers and oil pastels, today we’re learning how to draw a fall tree! We’ve drawn a tree before, but this time we’re drawing all of the branches and leaves individually. Also, notice how my son’s tree is a lot different than mine. That’s ok! Use your own creativity to change your tree and […]
Fall is here, and it’s one of my favorite seasons. I love how the leaves change color. Today we’re learning how to draw fall leaves. We’re going to draw 6 different leaves: elm, birch, maple, oak, poplar, and walnut! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils yellow red orange brown purple green Lesson Length 10-15 minutes
It’s Monday, so today we’re learning how to draw pumpkin pie and featuring four artists…and showing off all the amazing artwork you sent us! We feature artists each week so ask a parent to take a photo and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils brown tan pink red Lesson Length under […]
Yesterday we drew a cute squirrel, so today we have to draw an acorn! This lesson is super fun and easy, perfect for younger artists. This lesson also works well for decorating your home and classroom for fall! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils brown dark brown red Lesson Length under 10 minutes
It’s not quite Autumn, but we can’t wait! We love hayrides! Today, Hadley and I are learning how to draw a tractor hayride. This is a fun lesson for younger artists. Encourage your artist to add a farm background and more kids in the trailer. Also, check out some all of our other fun Autumn […]
In today’s lesson, we’re not only learning how to draw a cooked turkey, but we’re also turning it into a construction paper cutout! Before following along you’ll need to gather up these supplies: Marker Gluestick Scissors Construction paper (black, green, brown, and white) Thanksgiving is such a fun holiday. It’s the time of year I […]
Fall is the season to reflect on the wonderful things that you have been blessed with. As you and your kids follow along in this lesson be sure to ask your kids what they are grateful for. I promise that conversation will not disappoint. So, grab those markers and learn how to draw Indian corn […]
Learn how to draw a cornucopia! What’s a cornucopia, you say? It’s this unusually shaped basket used for decorating during Autumn and Thanksgiving. It symbolizes a good harvest. In the video lesson, we show you how to add vegetables and fruit. The step by step printables keep it even easier and just walk through the […]
The air is getting colder outside. You can tell Autumn is right around the corner. To get ready for the changing season we thought it would be fun to learn how to draw Autumn corn stalks and pumpkins.
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a Native American Headdress! I would love to do more history and American heritage based lessons, stay tuned.
I thought it would be fun to show Hads how to paint with watercolors! So today we’re learning how to paint a fall leaf with watercolors. We’re not using expensive watercolors either, we’re using cheap Crayola paints. The other art supplies you’ll want for this project are: paintbrush watercolor paper jar of water paper towel […]
Here’s another fun and simple art project, that’s sure to get you in the spirit of Thanksgiving! Learn how to draw cartoon pilgrims! Both Austin and Hads are helping me today, so we’ll be drawing a boy and a girl. Once you finish drawing your pilgrims, don’t stop there! Try drawing the background, maybe even a […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon turkey! Although, this one is definitely too cute to eat 🙂 Get your paper and marker ready, then follow along with us. If we go to fast, just pause the video and catch up. Remember after you’re done drawing your turkey, keep drawing the background…or draw more turkeys. […]
How to fold an origami turkey! This lesson may be a little tricky for young artists. Don’t let that stop you though, work on the project together! I think art projects in teams or with a friend are much more fun than by yourself. For this project you’ll need one sheet of brown origami paper. […]
Learn how to paint a fall tree with us! We haven’t done a painting project in a while…we had so much fun, that we’ll need to do more. For this project you’ll need: Paintbrushes Straws Acrylic or tempera paint (yellow, red, orange, and black) Paper (we used watercolor paper) Water in a jar Paper towels We also […]