Here is a picture tutorial for kids who want to learn how to draw a squirrel. If you have already drawn other forest creatures with me, you know that I will show you a really simple way to do it. If this is your first drawing with me, I invite you to read more How to draw a frog and How to draw a fox.
Prepare a workplace and supplies in advance. Take a blank sheet of paper, a pencil, an eraser, and crayons. It’s a good idea to draw a fine sketch with a pencil first, so if you make a mistake you can easily erase it and correct it.
How to draw a squirrel? – instruction for children
This is a step by step instruction on how to draw a squirrel. In each subsequent step I will mark all the parts drawn in red. If you’ve got everything ready, let’s get started!
Time needed: 10 minutes.
In this walkthrough, you will learn how to draw a cute little squirrel.
- First step
In the center of the sheet of paper, draw two almond ovals – one larger and one quite small in the center of the larger one. It will be the squirrel’s head and eye.
- Lugs and nose piece
On the left side, draw a slightly triangular nose, and on the top right side, two ears. Make one more circle in the smaller circle.
- The squirrel’s belly
Draw the squirrel’s body with a sweeping motion. Make the belly about twice the size of the squirrel’s head.
- Draw the squirrel’s feet
Make a roll in the middle of the tummy, which will be the front paw. In turn, at the bottom, draw two rear squirrel feet.
- Draw an acorn to the squirrel
What kind of squirrel would it be without its recognizable mark? Therefore, in the front paw, draw an acorn for the squirrel.
- Squirrel tail
Now it’s time for the squirrel to draw her fluffy tail. Also mark a line going from the nose to the very end of the tummy. Because it will be a brighter place.
- Squirrel coloring book
And this is how you managed to draw a beautiful drawing of a squirrel. You can be proud of yourself and show off everything.
- Color your drawing
Now that you know how to draw a squirrel, you can color your drawing. So take your crayons and go!