Want to teach your champ about animals in a creative way this summer break? Let’s use the entertainment period for something knowledgeable and worth investing your time in. What’s more creative than drawing and painting for a young toddler? So let’s try out drawing animals with them. Let’s keep them busy and entertained in this way!!
Drawings For Kid’s Holiday Break
One Rainy Day
Meet Mr. Mouse. He was on his way back to his home from work when it started to rain all of a sudden and this cute little mouse had to open his umbrella. It seems that he is quite in love with the weather and enjoying the rain. Let us draw this cute brown fellow. It looks quite easy and cute to draw and color. The picture clearly shows the happiness this mouse is having while walking in the rain under the big black umbrella. Enjoy watching your toddler draw this cute piece of art.
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Oh That’s a Dinosaur
Dinosaurs are frightening, terrible, and haunting but this one, oh! This one looks so harmless and cute. Make your toddler aware of the dinosaurs and their extinction. You can even tell them the stories involving their terror. And then about this cute little fellow that is harmless and cute just like the way they are. So here’s a blue dinosaur. Not for hunting, but for your champ’s entertainment.
A Happy Elephant
Elephants are giant yet adorable. So is this piece of art – giant yet adorable. Tell your toddler about elephant rides and promise to arrange one in the near future. See their excitement and enjoy drawing with them this cuteness – a smiling, happy, cute elephant with a cute little trunk. You can even tell them stories about the use of their trunk and how they survive being so giant. Such stories not only fascinate the young ones but also develops their brain cells into more intelligent.
Your toddler knows D for Dog. Let us introduce the D for Deer to them. Tell them about its antlers, their use, and also the way it gets misused. Tell them everything in the form of stories so that it could be fascinating for them to know such things about just a drawing that exists in reality. Enjoy making them draw this cute deer with beautiful antlers.
A Snail Under The Trail
S for snakes is now on the tip of their tongue. Let’s introduce the S for Snail to them. Snails have shelled organisms that will protect themselves under that shell from any predator or environmental calamity. These cute small organisms are of different types and varieties. This one is a cute little snail under a leaf with its heavy shell. Enjoy making a big shell snail with your curious little champ.
Moo Does the Cow
Introduce your champ to the cow who produces the sound – “moo”, gives milk, and is a domestic animal. Make them aware of the benefits of milk, as most kids avoid drinking milk. Tell them about its health benefits, the problems they could face due to its malnutrition, etc. Enjoy seeing him draw this cute piece of art.
M for Monkey
Monkeys – human’s most near relative or rather the evolutionary partner. Monkeys are cute, mischievous, and fun-loving. And this baby monkey is clearly showing off these characteristics. Monkeys are generally harmless and man’s a near friend, but if they do not like one’s company they leave no chance of scratching them. Here’s a cute, fun-loving monkey to be drawn. Enjoy drawing this art with your young one.
Quack-Quack Does This Duck
Ducks are not animals. These are birds that love residing in water and eat fish as a normal diet. These produce the sound: “quack-quack”. Here’s a cute drawing of a duck in yellow, although ducks could be of varied colors of brown, white, black, and a mixture of all these. Let’s have a fun session of drawing this cute little aquatic bird with your young one.
G for Giraffe
Giraffes are the world’s tallest surviving terrestrial animal. It has a long neck that makes the leaves of tall trees its staple diet. Giraffes are natives of Africa and have a friendly nature. These have a loving nature and are social species. Here’s a drawing of a not-so-tall, but cute giraffe cartoon. All set for drawing this brown patched organism? Get set Go…
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