How to Draw an Elf

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Imagine a drawing that could inspire good behavior in your students or children!

First children will draw an elf. With all the tips and choices, each drawing is sure to be different.  Your children can then turn their drawings into your choice of art project. This elf drawing packets includes 8 pages of elf design ideas and drawing tips along with a writing activity. The writing activity asks students to pick something that their elf will catch them doing (a good thing).

What You Get:

  • 5 pages are devoted to the body, clothes and facial features of the elf.
  • Next is a page of suggested elf expressions, encouraging students to give their elf more personality.
  • There is a page of adorable dancing stick elves that will help students get creative with their dancing pose.
  • The final drawing page is an elf roll & draw page.  This is a drawing game in which students roll a dice and pick out parts to their elf.
  • The last page is a writing sheet where children answer "My elf caught me being good when…"  Which would be a great follow-up activity to do after having the elf drawing hanging up for a few days.  

Once children have drawn an elf, getting them to name the elf and tell or write a story about their elf will be a breeze. Use this drawing packet to inspire a writing activity, or turn the elf into a colorful elf painting, collage or clay project.  The possibilities are limitless!

Designed to be different:

  • Roll & Draw pages turn drawing into a fun game.
  • Simple drawings ideas help children feel successful.
  • Finding drawing combinations keep kids drawing longer.
  • Drawing choices invite children to think.

    You’ll want to be sure to download the free binder cover so that you can start your binder collection of Expressive Monkey drawing pages.


    Easily download this PDF with a link that is automatically emailed to you immediately after your purchase and you can begin drawing right away!