My kids love to draw, and as they continue to grow, I hear regularly that they “can’t draw” a certain thing. Step-by-step drawings or directed drawing worksheets are an awesome way to simplify drawing for them and break it down in a way they enjoy. Today, I’m sharing an “I can draw” Worksheet Bundle with 4 awesome step-by-step drawings of a butterfly, baby, boat, and bunny!
These worksheets will have your kids drawing adorable pictures in just a few minutes, with minimal effort on your part!
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Does directed drawing benefit kids?
There are several great benefits to directed drawing activities for kids. This article from Proud to be Primary outlines 5 Reasons to Use Directed Drawing in the Classroom. As explained in the article, directed drawing gives kids great practice on following directions and paying attention to detail. It also gives kids confidence in drawing, and helps them see themselves as artists.
I love that these activities give my kids an opportunity to draw independently. Step by step drawing shows my kids how to break down more complicated drawings, a process they can use to draw other items as well.
What’s included in the “I Can Draw” Worksheet Bundle?
The “I Can Draw” Worksheet Bundle includes four step-by-step drawing activities of a butterfly, baby, bunny, and a boat. The butterfly, baby, and boat are three step drawings, while the bunny is four steps.
Once my kids complete the steps of their drawing, I encourage them to color the picture and/or add details to make it their own. When they’re confident in completing a particular drawing, I’ll also challenge them to draw the picture without looking at the steps.
Furthermore, they’ll often repeat the drawings they’ve learned to make cards and pictures for friends and family and decorations for their room. They enjoy knowing how to draw an image on their own.
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Terms and conditions:
By downloading the “I Can Draw” Worksheet Bundle, you accept these terms and conditions.
- These worksheets were created by Hey Kelly Marie to be used for personal and personal classroom use.
- The worksheets are copyright protected. © 2020 Hey Kelly Marie and all rights reserved.
- This bundle may not be sold, hosted, stored, or reproduced on any other site or blog.
- Furthermore, this activity requires adult supervision. It is up to the child’s caretakers to determine what is developmentally appropriate and safe for their child. Caretakers have full responsibility for child safety and development.
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