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Drawing with Alphabets A to Z for Kids

This post is all about Drawing with Alphabets for Kids. Recently I came across a video where an artist was drawing beautiful pictures with English capital letters as a starting point. I thought this would be an interesting activity for young kids. I have compiled the images you can draw with different alphabets. Also, I have shared a fun fact with each image you can read to your kids.

My son enjoyed converting his alphabets into beautiful pictures. It is an easy activity which can be done by kids as young as five years old. Just show them the pictures for references. I hope you like them and it helps your child learn to draw!

Drawing with Alphabets A to Z

Drawing with Letter A

Drawing with Alphabets

Make your A into a house. How many types of houses do you know? What is your favorite type of house?

Drawing with Letter B

Drawing with Alphabets

Make your B into a beautiful butterfly. Butterflies, unlike caterpillars, do not eat leaves and instead live on liquids. They drink flower nectar and fruit juices . A butterfly will eat anything that dissolves in water. Fascinating ! Isn’t it ?

Drawing with Letter C

Drawing with Alphabets C

Make your C into big orange Sun. The Sun rotates in the opposite direction to Earth. It rotates from west to east rather than east to west as Earth does.

Drawing with Letter D

Drawing with Alphabets D

Make an Umbrella with Letter D. You can even draw patterns on your umbrella. Do you know umbrellas were invented in China?

Drawing with Letter E

Make your alphabet E into a ladder. How many synonyms do you know for the word ladder?

Drawing with Letter F

Drawing with Alphabets

Make F into National Flag of India. The Indian flag is made of a unique fabric known as Khadi, which was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi. Since our national flag  has three colors , it is also known as “tricolour.” Do you know how many spokes are there in the Ashok Chakra? Answer is 24.

Drawing with Letter G

Drawing with Letter G

Make a bright orange with inverted G. Oranges are citrus fruits rich in Vitamin C. There are generally 10 segments inside an orange. Have you ever counted?

Drawing with Letter H

Drawing with Alphabets

Rotate your H to make a window with rods. Long ago, people in Asia used paper to cover the hole in the wall before glass was used in windows. The paper would allow light to pass through.

Drawing with Letter I

Drawing with Letter I

Make I into burning candle. Candles were used to see at night before light bulbs were invented.

Drawing with Letter J

Drawing with Letter J

Make J into a colorful umbrella. We use umbrella to protect ourselves not only from rain but sun too.

Drawing with Letter K

Drawing with Alphabets K

Rotate your K to make it into a beautiful flower. Do you know broccoli is actually a flower?

Drawing with Letter L

Drawing with Letter L

Make your alphabet L into a glass filled with water. Do you know about the proverb “Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty”?

Drawing with Letter M

Drawing with Letter M

Make your M into a spider. Here’s a fun fact about Spiders. Spiders aren’t insects; they are arachnids. Arachnids are a group of animals that include scorpions, mites, and ticks. Except for Antarctica, spiders can be found on any continent.

Drawing with Letter N

Drawing with Alphabets N

Make your inverted N into an hourglass or sand clock.

Drawing with Letter O

Drawing with Letter O

Make your O into a watermelon. Watermelon is both a fruit and vegetable. A watermelon gets its name from the fact that it contains 92 percent water.

Drawing with Letter P

Drawing with Letter P

Rotate your P to make it into snail. There are many varieties of snail. Some live on land and some in water. Snails are one of the slowest animals on Earth.

Drawing with Letter Q

Drawing with Alphabets Q

Flip Q to make a Happy face.

Drawing with Letter R

Drawing with Letter R

Turn alphabet R into a beautiful bird. Do you know there are about 10,000 different species of birds. Birds do not have teeth. Therefore, they swallow food whole. They have an organ called a gizzard which helps to grind up their food.

Drawing with Letter S

Drawing with Letter S

Make alphabet S into a snake. Did you know snakes are deaf? They do not have ears. Snakes like to remain close to the ground and slide flat against it. This is because they use their jaws to feel and assess movement by vibrations on the ground.

Drawing with Letter T

Drawing with Letter T

Draw alphabet T into a beautiful Kite. Can you name the festival in which kites are flown?

Drawing with Letter U

Drawing with Letter U

Draw alphabet U into a beautiful Tulip Flower. Do you know that tulip is the national flower of countries, Turkey and Afghanistan?

Drawing with Letter V

Drawing with Letter V

Make L into delicious ice cream cone. Chocolate is the most favored ice-cream flavor in the world. What is your favorite ice cream flavor?

Drawing with Letter W

Drawing with Letter W

Turn Alphabet W into beautiful mountains. Do you know the highest mountain in the world? It is Mount Everest.

Drawing with Letter X

Drawing with Letter X

Turn alphabet X to a dragonfly. You will be surprised to know that in a single day, a dragonfly can consume hundreds of mosquitos.

Drawing with Letter Y

Drawing with Alphabets

Draw your alphabet Y into a beautiful flower. How many types of flower names can you name?

Drawing with Letter Z

Drawing with Alphabets

Make your alphabet Z into a Diya. Can you tell what is Festival of Lights ?

You can find step by step procedure for each alphabet in this video tutorial. I hope your kids enjoy this Drawing with Alphabets activity. Let me know in the comments your thoughts. You shall also like our post Simple Drawing for Kids.