On Tuesday, our focus was on drawing butterflies. Today we’ve got a lot of awesome resources for drawing flowers. For the younger children in your family, this site has a free printable coloring page of a daffodil:
Printable Daffodil Coloring Page:
For the older children who are looking for more of a challenge, these two pages from the howstuffworks.com site may be just the ticket:
How to Draw a Daisy in 5 Steps:
How to Draw a Pansy in 5 Steps:
Here’s a high speed video of how to draw a lotus flower. It’s a good drawing, but the autofocus on the video camera makes it a bit difficult to watch at times. Nevertheless, it’s worth a look:
How to Draw a Lotus Flower:
How to Draw a Rose:
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw a rose. It’s fairly complex, so it should provide a good challenge for your more advanced students.
If that one’s too challenging, here’s a simpler approach:
Free Printable Wildflower Coloring Pages:
This website has a ton of great printable coloring pages, including some “color by number” pages that show you how to color specific wildflowers. A great way to combine art and learning about nature.