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In today’s lesson, we’re learning how to draw Soohorang the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Mascot! We love watching all of the amazing athletes compete in the Winter Olympics. And we love all of the winter events, they’re so much fun. Parents and teachers, visit YouTube and leave a comment telling us what event you and your kids are […]
This how to draw baby Jesus post was probably one of my favorites so far. I really enjoyed spending time with my kids doing art, plus discussing…
Santa lives close to the North Pole! So, we thought it would be fun to learn how to draw the North Pole sign. Also, remember to add additional details and a background. You could draw icicles hanging down from the sign. You could even draw a polar bear in the background. Art Supplies marker paper oil […]
Follow along with me and learn how to draw a cute winter kid. Remember to pause the video if you need extra time to complete a step. Also, don’t forget to have fun and practice. I want to challenge you to complete the background and draw another winter kid, but change it and add your […]
How to draw an igloo, for kids! We hope you have a lot of fun following along with us. We’d also love to see how your child’s igloo turned out. Take a photo of their art, post it online (Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter), and tag us in it. Art Supplies black marker white paper blue […]
Learn how to draw a cute arctic fox! Grab a marker, paper, and colored pencils then follow along with me. Even though this lesson may look complicated for younger artists, remind them to focus on one step at a time. Have fun and don’t worry about making your drawing look exactly like mine. When your […]
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. Parents and […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon Christmas elf! This is our last art lesson for 2016, what an awesome year filled with art. We had so much fun drawing with you this year. We will return January 9th, ready for more art. We hope you will be too. We also hope you have a […]
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We’ve drawn Santa Claus and we’ve drawn Mrs. Claus. So of course, we had to learn how to draw a cartoon Rudolph! I hope you and your kids are ready to follow along with me. Usually, in our lessons, I don’t draw a background. This is intentional so your kids will be challenged to use […]
Yesterday, we learned how to draw a chibi version of Santa Claus! Today we’re learning how to draw the cutest chibi version of Mrs. Claus. When you’re finished following along be sure to draw Santa right next to her. This would make an amazing Christmas card for someone this holiday. Also be sure to challenge […]
We’ve drawn Santa before, but it was just his face! This time we’re going to learn how to draw cartoon Santa Claus. This style is meant for younger artists, but our older art friends will like this lesson too. Hey, I loved this lesson, and I’m super old! I even had fun doing this lesson […]
Making a real gingerbread house is fun, but it can be extremely messy. Drawing a gingerbread house is just as fun, but without the mess. So grab those markers and follow along with us, learn how to draw a gingerbread house! Half way through this lesson, we’ll mention a good place to stop the video […]
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 […]
Christmas is almost here! This lesson is a great art project to get your kids in that fun Christmas spirit. They’ll need a Sharpie (or any black marker), colored pencils, and paper. Follow along with us and learn how to draw a Christmas nutcracker. These directed drawing lessons are step by step. So, even if […]
Christmas is such a fun time of year for my kids, wait who am I kidding? It’s funnest for me! I think reliving Christmas through…
Grab some origami paper and follow along with us. Today we’re learning how to fold an origami Christmas tree. If you don’t have origami paper, that’s ok; you can use printer paper. Just cut it into a square before you start the video. You’ll also need scissors for this project. So yes, some people will […]
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We loved looking through all the entries for our winter art contest giveaway! And we want to make sure that you knew, that we think you’re all amazing artists. Remember these giveaways are more about having fun. We always wish we could give a prize to everyone that participated. We love giving away art supplies!
For those of you who celebrated Thanksgiving, we hope it was amazing (plus very tasty)! We took a break last week to celebrate, so we apologize that it was a short week…but we’re back, and we have a new pet! Help us name her, by leaving a comment below and telling us what you think […]
Is it still winter where you live? It’s still winter here, but there’s no snow on the ground. So, we thought we’d do this fun snowman art project with construction paper! All you need for this activity is: Construction paper (blue, white, brown, black, orange) Marker Scissors Glue This is a great project for young […]
This fun snow globe art project for young artists is also great for large groups of students. It’s easy to prep and fun to challenge your artists to be creative. We painted a snowman, but that certainly doesn’t mean you have to. Ask them to think of something different to draw or paint in their […]
Anytime Austin helps, like in this how to paint a snowman, you’ll know that the activity is meant for young artists. Austin is three, so I’ll keep the art project simple and short for him. In this episode we use: Acrylic paint (white, black, orange, red, green) Light blue paper Paint brush Paint trays Water Paper […]
Today is Monday so we’re showing off your art again! We loved how many photos we got this week, plus you are all extremely talented. Keep emailing us photos of your work and we’ll keep featuring you. If you’d like to get your art in our next Monday video, take a photo of a drawing you […]
When we first started this site Chuckers was about Hads age, and we did a lot more “stick” type drawings. This reminded me that we should do more lessons at this level as well as the older ones. Hads is four years old and she refers to the olympic ice skaters as dancing princesses. She […]
Since Shaun White had his event last night we had to learn how to draw a snowboarder. Then I realized we’ve actually drawn a snowboarder before, though it’s a little different…more cartoony. When we finished drawing this one, I noticed it looks a lot like a snowboarding astronaut. But that makes it even cooler, right? […]
How to draw a ski jumper! Are you guys getting as excited as we are for the olympics? When I was telling my kids about this event their eyes were getting so big. Plus my little Chuckers is already anticipating Shaun White’s events like you wouldn’t believe. Watch How To Draw A Ski Jumper
The winter olympics are almost here! Let’s celebrate by learning how to draw a bobsled. We live in the USA, but this works for any country. Just do a quick search on Google to find out what your bobsled team looks like and make those changes. Materials Pencil, marker, or crayon Paper Watch How To […]
Ok, this how to draw a penguin was specifically for my little Hads. That’s why it may look extremely easy. Hads is three, so activities involving few steps and simple shapes seem perfect for her.