As the year–this strangest of years–comes to a close, I’d like to leave you these printable drawing prompts for kids to enjoy during the holiday break.
I hope your children will enjoy letting their imaginations run loose with these mini drawing prompts. Each rectangle of this three-page printable pack has a few shapes or lines. These are the starting point, and you and your child’s imaginative visions are the next step. Turn these simple shapes into landscapes, silly creatures, or an interesting scene that tells a story.
Also, as I’ve mentioned before, drawing before writing is a great way to get ideas flowing, organize thoughts, and enhance the overall writing process. When children draw before writing, they often write better and longer. Thus a drawing prompt can also serve as a fun writing prompt. If you or your child is so inclined, try writing a mini story based on your favorite mini drawing from this drawing prompt series!
I also want to say a huge thank you to my readers, subscribers, and supporters–everyone who has purchased one of my books and everyone who follows this blog. I plan to share many more resources and research in the new year!