Have you ever found yourself doodling in the margin during a conference or even while on hold waiting for the other end of the phone to answer? Or have you found your kids doing the same thing in their school notebooks or journals? We’re here to help guide your doodling exercises by sharing this brand new set of Christmas drawing doodles for kids. Doodling just takes a little practice. There is no right or wrong way to doodle. Drawing doodles is about making the object your own, not about copying or exactly replicating someone else’s image. (Yes, we know it’s the middle of summer. This month we’re celebrating Christmas in July!)
I have always encouraged my daughters to draw a picture in their cards to friends and family. It adds another special personal touch to their thank you notes, birthday cards and holiday greetings. Sometimes though their creativity is stagnate and I keep seeing rainbows, stars and stick people. I have used inspiration like these fun worksheets to help stimulate their imagination and boost their drawing confidence! Once the girls start doodling, their page is soon FILLED with a lovely (and very personal) scene.
Your child will have so much fun with these drawing doodles. Watch their imaginations run wild as their artistic confidence soars!
These are an excerpt from our Drawing Book for Kids: 365 Daily Things to Draw, Step by Step
Christmas Drawing Doodles for Kids
You might also like these mirror drawing worksheets for Christmas and winter.
Find more fun with these Christmas in July activity pages!