Learn to Draw a Kitten
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Draw A Kitten – Step-by-Step
When you want to learn how to draw a kitten, the best place to start is with a drawing sheet. This will help you get an idea of the proportions and basic structure of whatever it is you’re trying to draw. Plus, it can be really fun to add your own details and personalize your drawing!
Go through this step-by-step drawing guide for kids before you start to draw.
Supplies You Would Need
- Good quality drawing sheet (You can download the drawing template PDF here for free)
- Good quality pencils.
- Color Pencils
- Outline markers (Check the List of Supplies page)
Draw a Kitten
Learn how to draw a kitten. You can draw and color it in on the page below. You can follow the grid lines to sketch out your perfect kitten with relative ease. Just follow the original image above and continue on with your drawing. Try to match them as closely as possible!
Download the Coloring Sheet – Learn to Draw a Kitten
You can download this sheet and take a print-out to draw your kitten.
Rate your drawing. You can give stars to your own drawing.
Try practicing till you give yourself a 5-star for your drawing.
Strange and Interesting Facts About Kittens
Although kittens are adorable and lovable on their own, did you know that they are even more amazing because of certain facts?
How many of these kittens facts have you heard before?
Check out our list of 10 strange and interesting facts about kittens that make them even cuter, that most people don’t know.
- Did you know kittens are actually born without eyelids?
- Did you know they grow up to be able to hunt animals bigger than themselves?
- Did you know they can sense your emotions?
- Did you know cats don’t see in black and white?
- Did you know their meow means different things depending on the tone?
- Did you know cats have been domesticated for around 12,000 years?
- Kittens are born with their eyes closed, and they will not open for about a week.
- An average kitten weighs about 3 ounces at birth, which is about the size of an iPhone.
- Upon birth, kittens are unable to urinate or defecate on their own and need their mother to help them.
- The kitten’s intestines are also very fragile when it is first born and can easily rupture if handled roughly.
- The kitten’s heart beats at about twice the rate of a human’s – between 110 and 140 beats per minute.
There are hundreds of coloring pages for kids. You can visit the pages and download them. You can take a printout of these drawings and can have real fun with them!
Check for various other amazing printables under Drawings category.
You can visit Wikipedia if you want to learn a lot about kitten.
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