So you want to know how to draw a cartoon bunny rabbit? Check out this video tutorial!
The video tutorials at Art for Kids are our family’s favorites. They are simple, entertaining, and memorable.
Get some scrap paper, a pencil, and set your little one up at your computer desk. If this is the first time your child is watching an Art for Kids video tutorial, consider printing the drawing instructions as well.
Parent Tip: Show your child how to pause the video themselves. Children get easily frustrated if they fall behind. Give them control. Put the opportunity to stop and catch-up in their hands, if possible.
Watch this video and learn how to draw a bunny rabbit cartoon.
Click here for step-by-step printable instructions.
I was so impressed when I found my daughter at the easel (photo above) sketching a bunny on the dry eraser board this summer. We originally watched the rabbit drawing tutorial last spring around Easter. The way Art Hub for Kids explains the drawing process really sticks with kids.
I had to laugh when I walked past the final drawing later in the day.
Our family watches a lot of nature shows.
Now, that is NOT part of the video tutorial. She’s just keepin’ it real.
Stop by Art Hub for Kids for additional video tutorials. If you’re looking for something specific, the search button is in the top right hand corner in the black header. There is a little search icon that is easily overlooked!
Keep on drawing,
P.S. My favorite thing about our Melissa & Doug easel (featured above) is that one side of the easel is a chalk board and the other side is a white board. This of course allows for two kids to create at once. You can find the easel on the Melissa & Doug website or on Amazon Prime here. [affiliate links]
Let’s Lasso the Moon is proud to be a Melissa & Doug Blog Ambassador.That being said, this is NOT a sponsored post.
We just love their stuff.
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