You really don’t have to be young to find a friend in a Teddy bear! Isn’t it? We all love teddy bears, I mean who doesn’t? We recently read some cute books on Teddy Bears and we thought to doodle one for you. Hope you will like doing it as much as we did :). It’s easy, cute, and super fun.
If your little artist is young and new to drawing, you may draw a simple grid on the paper as a starting point, just a horizontal and a vertical line. This will help the child draw it symmetrically. Symmetry is especially needed when we are doing figures and it helps with eyes, hands, legs, etc.
Have fun creating it and if as we always say if your little one enjoyed doodling it, we would love to see their designs. Mail their designs to firstname.lastname@example.org or share it on Instagram or Facebook by tagging our page and using the hashtag #Kiddingly. If you will tag us, it will be easier for us to find you. We love to showcase the work done by our little readers :).
And in case you would like to download the second image as a coloring sheet for your little artist, please feel free to do the same. We have more designs at our Creative Corner available for download.
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