Robot Drawing Prompts – Free Printable

May 27, 2014

Robot Drawing Prompts - free printable

I have learned the hard way, that when a three year old has an obsession with something, it is much easier to go with it, than fight against it!

Besides, kid’s learn best when they are doing something they are interested in, so following your child’s lead is one of the best ways for them to learn.

It doesn’t hurt, that going along with an obsession… ahem.. I mean an interest… also means that my boy is more likely to concentrate on an activity for longer, and go back to it again and again. That means I spend more time getting work done, and spend less time helping him find something to do.

I reminded myself of all those things yesterday as Noah stamped his foot and yelled “It has to be robots! I want to do robots… new robots!”

He’d played with the magnet robots we made for a while, but we’ve lost a few pieces and he was getting frustrated… so I decided to work with his interest in robots, and his love of drawing, and combine the two. I made some simple, robot drawing prompts, and just like that, our morning was filled with robots.

Robot Drawing Prompts - free printable

You can download the 3 page pdf file with these free printable robot drawing prompts here.

Of course one child’s obsession is often caught my the next one, so the afternoon was filled with robots too!

Robot Drawing Prompts - free printable



If you liked these fun drawing prompts then check out our free printable road trip drawing prompts too! free printable road trip drawing prompts

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Kahler May 28, 2014 at 11:36 am

Great idea! My son loves robots at the moment too, he’s been building gigantic imaginary ones and cardboard ones too, he’s going to love these robot prompts. Thanks for putting them together :)

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Fleur May 28, 2014 at 11:46 pm

Thanks for putting these together! Am printing them out now for my little boy to have a go at tomorrow.

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Jen May 29, 2014 at 3:42 am

These look like so much fun! I can’t waitt o see what my toddler makes with them.

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PlanningQueen May 30, 2014 at 10:07 am

I wish I was just half as clever as you Kate! This will make a super weekend activity – thanks!

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Gwen June 3, 2014 at 5:37 am

Very cool. Just put together a dry erase book for my kiddoes. These will be a fun addition.

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Barbara June 3, 2014 at 11:00 am

My boys will love these prompts. They’re crazy for robots right now. I slipped them into clear page protectors to draw on them with dry erase markers. .. Gwen, what a good idea to make them into a book!

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kathleen June 25, 2014 at 12:14 am

thank you so much for the printable there awesome my boys are gonna love them no more craying in the car cheers to yha

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The Educational Tourist July 9, 2014 at 11:36 pm

These are MARVELOUS!! I’m going to share this link on my website for traveling with the kids. This is a quiet idea to keep boredom at bay on a long trip!

Thanks for sharing.

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