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Grab your crayons for a simple art project with this drawing activity for kindergarten.
What Are the Benefits of Drawing for Kindergarten?
Drawing can help develop multiple skills for your preschool or kindergarten students.
- Build fine motor skills
- Refine pre-writing and writing skills
- Builds hand-eye coordination
- Increases concentration and focus
- Encourages creative thinking
- Promotes confidence
What’s Included in the I Can Draw Colors Printable Activity?
The I Can Draw Colors is an easy drawing activity for kindergarten. It includes one page of drawing prompts for the following colors:
You can use the full color version or you can use the black and white version.
These prompts will provide your student with a sense of purpose while drawing pictures. Finishing a page will help build your student’s confidence.
How to Use the Drawing Activity for Kindergarten
Discuss colors with your students. Brainstorm a list of items for each color. Consider writing the list on a whiteboard.
For example, list for red items might include: apple, heart, tulip, book, ladybug, cherries, tomato, flag, etc. Try to help your students think of things that aren’t too complex to draw.
A list for blue might include: raindrop, cloud, blueberries, bird, whale, hat, jeans, balloon, etc.
After you have discussed a color word, give your student one of the I Can Draw pages for the same color. Kids love using their imaginations to create drawings. Have fun with this and cheerlead the students through the process!
Preparing the I Can Draw Colors Pages
- Decide if you will use the black and white version or the full color version.
- Print the pages.
- Ask your student to find a crayon (of the corresponding color) to match the activity page. Encourage your student to draw.
- If using the full color version, consider laminating them. You could also use page protectors or dry-erase pockets. Let your student use a dry-erase marker (of the corresponding color) to create a drawing. When finished, your student can erase the page and use it again (and again!).
Grab Your Free Printable Drawing Activity
Simply click on the image below to grab your free I Can Draw Colors art activity.
More Art Themed Printables
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