Fourth Grade Drawing & Painting Worksheets and Printables

Art is a form of communication that predates written language, and the ability to decode simple drawings and images is a trait that is amazingly human. Let your fourth grader try their hand in this world of communication via symbols with these worksheets that use images that have been around for decades as examples and allows them to try it themselves, having them think creatively while learning about the evolution of language. Have a young linguist in your family? Let them check out our fourth grade foreign language worksheets.
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'What should I draw?' It happens to lots of artistic kids. They get stuck in a rut, a case of 'drawer's block,' if you will. They can draw anything, so long as they know what they want to draw. These fun worksheets might lend the helping hand your child needs to get inspired.
15 Fun Drawing Ideas for Kids "What should I draw?" It happens to lots of artistic kids.
Christmas in Summer Christmas in Summer Did you know that in Australia, December 25th is actually during the summer?
Design a State Quarter Design a State Quarter Run out of state quarters to collect? Design your own with this fun worksheet!
Our sets of fun-filled drawing prompts will help your creative kid get his pencil moving and even give the serious artist some valuable practice.
15 (More) Drawing Ideas for Kids Our sets of fun-filled drawing prompts will help your creative kid get his pencil moving and even give the serious artist some valuable practice.
Universal Symbols Universal Symbols Despite language barriers, there are some universal symbols that the whole world can understand.
The Difference Between a Circle and an Ellipse The Difference Between a Circle and an Ellipse Use this trick to draw an ellipse and draw a circle without a compass, and you'll quickly see the difference between a circle and an ellipse.
Hobo Symbols Hobo Symbols Believe it or not, hobos have been a part of our culture since this nation's birth.
Good Fortune: Chinese New Year Printable Good Fortune: Chinese New Year Printable Welcome Chinese New Year with this fun craft activity.
Calligraphy Writing Calligraphy Writing Every artsy kid goes through a calligraphy phase.
How to Draw a Teapot How to Draw a Teapot This installment of our How to Draw series hones artistic skills and teaches math concepts at the same time.
Old Glory: The Flag Old Glory: The Flag Kids learn about this national treasure by researching and drawing the flag, then compare Old Glory to more modern iterations of the stars and stripes.
Art is a form of communication that predates written language, and the ability to decode simple drawings and images is a trait that is amazingly human. Let your fourth grader try their hand in this world of communication via symbols with these worksheets that use images that have been around for decades as examples and allows them to try it themselves, having them think creatively while learning about the evolution of language. Have a young linguist in your family? Let them check out our fourth grade foreign language worksheets.