FREE Learn to Draw Activity

May 6, 2020

Stacey Jones

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Are your kids keen to learn how to draw? Then they will love these fun and free learn to draw activity pages which help kids learn about sequencing while working on their literacy skills.

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This is such a wonderful activity tthat encourages children to use their imagination while working on hand-eye coordination, enhancing their artistic and literacy skills all while learning sequencing in the process.

Learn to Draw ~ Animals Pack

This no-prep pack contains 10 different pictures of animals. Included are six-part drawings for a bird, elephant, dog, pig, fish, cow, frog, lion, and sheep and an eight-part drawing for a cat.

Learn to draw pages

Learn to Draw ~ Seasonal Pack


This pack contains 40 different seasonal objects for kids to learn to draw. There are ten pictures for each of the four seasons such as a bee, bird, nest and tulip for Spring, a crab, fish and shell for Summer, an owl, a leaf and an apple for Fall and a penguin, sled and snowman for Winter.

Each of the forty objects in this seasonal pack are five-part drawings.

After following the instructions on how to draw each of the objects in both of these packs, children can then decorate their drawings as they wish, using crayons, markers, coloring pencils or paints.

Then, on the right-hand side of the page, there is a set of lines where children can write a fun and creative story about the picture they just drew and decorated. This story could be factual, creative or fantasy, whatever they choose.

All of these learn to draw pages can be printed over and over again for children to create and recreate beautiful images and exciting stories.

The two packs come in black and white copies which make for easier printing. They are also no-prep, so they are ready to use as soon as they have been printed. Once completed, children could make their own books with their pictures, creating a cover page and then binding them or holding them together with a binder ring. The pages could also be laminated and used with a dry erase marker if desired.

Grab your three free Learn to Draw Activity Packs from Simple Living. Creative Learning!

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