How many times have you heard “…but, what should I draw?”. Get the answer you need with 50 Drawing Prompts your Preschoolers will LOVE! It’s time to break out the markers, crayons, watercolors, Dot Dot markers, glitter, and more! Art is a great way to express emotions, calm the body, and broaden the mind! Check out some fantastic ideas for preschool art that will boost creativity and get your little ones sharing!
50 Drawing Prompts for Preschool!
Drawing prompts are a great way to get the conversation going with your little ones. After everyone finishes their work, get sharing! Did anyone draw the same favorite food? Who used similar colors in their drawings? How many people are in your family portrait? Be sure to check out tons of great Coloring Pages for Preschool that will build fine motor skills and boost creativity!
Make Your Own Drawing Prompt Jar!
A great way to pick a drawing prompt is to write your ideas down and put them all into a jar! When you feel stuck and need something to draw, close your eyes and see what you pick!
Why Should I Use Drawing Prompts in My Art Class?
When you can draw whatever you want, sometimes it’s hard to get going. With a simple touch of guidance, your little ones will add their own twist onto whichever prompt is presented. Drawing prompts are awesome because they get your little ones thinking creatively and there is no pressure to be right or wrong. Isn’t it cool how everyone has the same prompt and each person’s artwork turns out so differently!?
Viewing the finished artwork gives your little ones the chance to share a bit about their drawing. Drawing brings the mind to a calm state and is a great tool to use for social emotional learning by getting the chance to express ideas and emotions.
Drawing with markers and crayons builds the strength of the small muscles in the hands. With every shape, dot, swirl, and curvy line your little ones are building essential muscle strength! This is also a great time to build color identification skills.
Draw a Monster.
Draw a Bowl of Fruit Loops.
Draw a Rainbow Bunny.
We hope you enjoyed 50 Drawing Prompts Your Preschoolers Will LOVE! Be sure to check out Color Activities and Worksheets for Preschool that will build color recognition skills!