Let’s find out together the best sites for children to practice drawing, without downloading programs and apps.
In the guide that follows we will show you the best websites for kids to draw showing you, in particular, safe sites easily accessible from both PC and tablet and without hidden links or downloads.
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Kleki is one of the best places to learn how to draw, as there is no distracting element from the drawing area. Immediately after opening the page, we will have the virtual sheet were to draw on the left and various drawing tools on the right, with the possibility of changing the type of tool and choosing the right color.
The program is very basic but lends itself well to the purpose: we recommend it to all children aged 4 to 7, although nothing prevents it from trying even younger children.
Toy Theater is an excellent site for drawing since it has numerous activities to do: we can choose to have images colored, draw various types of shapes and animals and even create animated mini videos (by creating individual frames by hand), as well as freely draw and scribble on any image provided.
A real point of reference for all children between 3 and 8 years old, given the presence of numerous educational activities based on drawing and art in general.
Make Beliefs Comics
For older children who love to read comics, we recommend using the site Make Beliefs Comics able to provide all the tools to create funny cartoons and comics using ready-to-use characters or by personally drawing (or modifying) your own characters.
Really well-done site and translated into Italian, but in order to access all the features you need to register a free account (we can also use Google as an account for quick access).
Pixilart is presented as a site for children to draw in “pixel art” style, thanks to a simple interface and the great variety of drawing tools provided within it. In addition to pixel-style drawings, we can use the tools provided to make traditional drawings or to have younger children write scribbles.
This site allows you to save the designs created online (via a free account) and to continue the design even on the move, thanks to the Pixilart mobile app, available free for Android and for iPhone/iPad.
One of the best sites we can use to get children to draw it is without a doubt Bomomo. This site offers dynamic markers, which move according to the pressure and direction of the mouse: each touch will correspond to a different color, so you can create abstract art quickly and easily (just move the mouse, hold down the left button, or press at regular intervals).
This site is suitable for children of all ages, as it greatly facilitates the creation of new abstract drawings thanks to the dynamic tools that can be selected at the bottom of the window.
Color by Numbers for Kids
Another very interesting website to learn how to draw is Color by Numbers for Kids a site where there are various color palettes based on numbers: on the left side there are the numbered colors, while on the right side we find the black and white drawing to be colored by matching the right color to the indicated number.
This site is suitable for children aged 4 and over and is very educational, as it allows you to learn numbers, colors, and the art of drawing without having to draw or paint doodles.
Draw a Stickman
On the site Draw a Stickman we have as the protagonist the classic stylized man (with a circle and lines). After choosing the adventure or a chapter, all we have to do is draw the stick man e click on Done to animate it: our drawing will come to life and live an unforgettable adventure.
A brilliant site that will please both the little ones (who will have fun drawing various types of men) and adults (who can help the little ones or draw their own little man to animate).
The web is full of sites dedicated to children but there are few that fully respect the safety and quality requirements required in order to respond to the needs of the little ones. The sites we have seen in this guide can be opened on any browser, they do not have advertisements or hidden links they also work without registration (except the comic site) and can be used by any child even without supervision.
To learn more we can also read our guides to games apps for younger children (Android and iPhone) and online activities for children at home.