If you’re looking for some fun St. Patrick’s Day drawing ideas, look no further than the collection below. They will help students practice drawing figures, clothes, graphic symbols, fun little leaves, and even a landscape with a rainbow! That‘s quite a variety to choose from, which means there’s a little bit of something for everyone.
The lesson for how to draw a Leprechaun is especially perfect for just about all elementary students. The body is pretty simple, and there’s no overlapping of shapes so no erasing is needed either. Not only that, the head is oversized which makes him look really cute – and is much easier to draw too.
Please note that every step in these tutorials include centered dashed guide lines. If students fold and crease their own paper before they draw, they’ll have matching lines which really help them see where to place their lines. Young artists often then to draw on the really small side, so these guides really help them fill their whole drawing paper.
Just choose a drawing project, get out your drawing paper, pencil, marker and crayons, and you’ll be all set to make a really fun St. Patrick’s Day work of art!