Kids of this generation are super-fast. You might not know what to do with your smartphone but they know where they need to go to watch their favorite shows. They don’t wanna draw stick figures. They want the real deal! Therefore, we have a list of easy and cute animal drawing ideas for kids for all the little Picassos in making.
Two things in this world are the epitome of cuteness – cute animals and cute babies! Combine them and you can never beat their charm. It is only fair that they get enchanted by each other. Pick any pair of a kid and a pet animal and their bond is swoon-worthy. Therefore it shouldn’t be shocking that they want to draw their furry best friends.
We’re talking about small chickens here. Wink! To draw a tiny chick, you will need to start with a circle. Draw another circle below that and then move on to the wings, tiny legs, round eyes, and a perfect pout. Little spikes at the top of the head will give your chick some flair. Once the figure is drawn start with the coloring. The great thing about coloring your own drawing is that you get to choose your animal’s colors. Now ain’t that interesting!
This adorable cow is super easy to make. If you observe it, you’ll notice that this cow is drawn using letters ‘ we and ‘n.’ Start by drawing u and then draw n adjoined to it. Draw an arch at the top of u and you get your cow’s head. Next comes tiny ears, giant eyes, and a tail. This Kawaii cow is ready to be colored and eat her grass.
Animated or not, Hello Kitty is one such cat that we all love. And why not? Her fashion sense is incredible and charm just oozes out of her. To draw this pretty kitten, you need to start with a big circle that will be her head and draws a triangle below it to make her body. Make sure the top of the triangle is slightly inside the circle.
Two ovals at the bottom corners of the triangle will form her feet and two ovals near the head will be her arms. The rough body is drawn so the next things you need to focus on are her ears, eyes, and nose. Don’t forget her whiskers and bow tie.
Ba Ba Black Sheep
There are so many iconic nursery rhymes that are still fun to listen to. One of them is Ba Ba Black Sheep. So why don’t you draw a sheep of your own! Firstly, start with a big circle and draw an oval on one side of this circle. Secondly, draw a continuous curvy line along this circle and your sheep’s wool is ready. The next step is to give details to your sheep, like straight lines for legs, two giant eyes on that oval we created, and ears. Your sheep is ready to bleat.
We have a jumpy guy here and we have named it Frumpy. A fitting name for a frog, won’t you say? Start with Frumpy’s eyes and draw his head first using curves and lines. Next, draw two opposite Cs below the head to give our Frumpy his hands, and then beside it draw his giant legs with wiggly long fingers. Give him his green color and leave it wild to hop around.
Who doesn’t love a squishy bear to hug at night while sleeping? To draw a teddy bear use lots of circles. And join them with curves. If you are inclined towards a grizzly bear, draw a basic body with a circle and ovals and then add details.
A bunny is adorable and super easy to draw. You will need to draw a circle for his head and another circle for his body. Next, give him his long ears and draw a squishy tiny tail on his body. Oh and make sure to draw his ever-growing teeth and cute little whiskers! To give your bunny some temptation, draw a few carrots on the side.
A turtle always reminds us of the phrase that slow and steady wins the race. So slowly start drawing this turtle’s shell and steadily make his neck and limbs peek out of it. As you can see, a turtle is really easy to draw. To create an army of them!
Monkeys are naughty and absolutely hilarious. You just can’t laugh while watching their antics. Dangling from one branch to another, they are packed with never-ending energy. Here is a baby monkey for your toddler to draw. Stick to the basic techniques by drawing the rough sketch of the face and body using geometrical shapes. And whatever you do, don’t forget the long tail or this monkey won’t be pleased!
Mama Bird – Baby Bird
If your kid is kinda obsessed with birds then this is the perfect drawing idea for him. It is fascinating to watch a mama bird feed her tiny babies. Here we have a super easy and cute animal drawing idea for kids that would also work for a mother’s day card. Start with a tree branch and then draw a tiny bird on it. Make the mama bird slightly larger than the baby bird.
Times are tough and keeping the kids busy is challenging. Almost as much as climbing a mountain. But hold your patience and give them a long list of easy and cute animal drawing ideas for kids. Keep their supplies well stocked and you will do just fine. Wink!