These drawing prompts for kids are perfect for encouraging creative and imaginative artwork!
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Preparing these drawing prompts were really easy to set up. I grabbed a few magazines and old calendars and cut out random images. The head of a dog, vases, a flower, a hat, the head of a dinosaur. That kind of thing.
(Aren’t you glad I included that photo? Now you know what magazines and scissors look like!)
I gave the prompts to the kids and they glued one at a time onto some paper. Then they drew the rest of the picture.
F only did one – the dog head.
He’s not very into drawing but I’m glad he at least tried it! (I think they’re supposed to be ears…)
Miss L *loved* this activity.
She produced absolutely loads of pictures – here are five of the best!
Meanwhile Miss E produced just one picture – and it was one of my favorites!
This is definitely an activity that I can have ready to go at any minute – I’ll just cut out extra prompts every time I discard a magazine. That way the pictures will always be different! It also required no assistance from me – I just let them get on with it!
Inspired by Artmommie.