These fun, free printable, robot drawing prompts will keep the kids busy using their imaginations to come up with cool robot drawings and designs!
I have learned the hard way, that when a preschooler 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.
Leaning in and going with your child’s current big interest means that they are more likely to concentrate on an activity for longer, and they are more likely to revisit that activity again and again. That means you’ll spend more time getting things done and less time trying to find something for your child to do! You are happy and so is your child, it’s a win win!
I reminded myself of all those positives when my preschooler stamped his foot and yelled “It has to be robots! I want to do robots… new robots!”
My youngest child’s love of robots was strong and enduring. He loved the magnet robots we made and played with them a lot, but we’ve had them for ages and he was getting bored of those quickly, so I decided to work with this passion for robots and come up with a new robot activity.
I combined his love of robots and a new love of drawing and came up with some fun robot drawing prompts.
Free Printable Robot Drawing Prompts
These free printable robot drawing prompts are lots of fun for kids of all ages. If you have a preschooler with a robot obsession they will love making their own robot drawings from these simple starting ideas.
Older kids will have lots of fun designing their own robots, and you can extend the activity by getting bigger kids to label parts of their robot and write about what they do.
There are three different robot themed drawing prompt in this set, all designed as a starting point, a great way to encourage creativity.
You can download these free printable robot drawing prompts here.
These printables are an A4 sized pdf file, you will need a pdf reader such as adobe acrobat to open them. If you are printing on US ‘letter sized’ paper be sure to select ‘fit’ or ‘shrink to fit’ from your printer options.
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Of course one child’s obsession is often caught my the next one, so the afternoon was filled with robots too!
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