How to Draw a Robin

Are your kids fascinated by birds and love to draw? Then you’re in the right place! In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to draw a robin, one of the most beloved birds in the world. With its bright red breast and cheerful chirping, the robin is a favorite among birdwatchers and nature lovers alike. And with our step-by-step guide, your kids will be able to draw their very own robin in no time. So grab some paper, and pencils, and let’s get started!


Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies

Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

How to Draw a Robin

  • Draw a plump, rounded body shape for the robin.
  • Add a small, rounded head connected to the body with a short neck.
  • Draw a short, straight beak on the head.
  • Add a round eye on the head.
  • Sketch two short legs with small claws, extending from the bottom of the body.
  • Draw two wings on each side of the body, with feather details.
  • Add a short, fan-shaped tail at the back of the body.
  • Include shading, patterns, and colors (such as reds, browns, and grays) to make the robin look more realistic.

Easy Robin Drawing for Kids – Step by Step Tutorial


Congratulations on completing our tutorial on how to draw a warbler! We hope you had fun and learned some new drawing skills along the way. Don’t forget to show off your artwork to your friends and family, and keep practicing to improve your skills.


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About the Robin

The robin is a small, plump bird with a red chest and a grey back. It lives in gardens and woodlands and eats worms and insects. It has a loud, cheerful song and is often seen perching on tree branches or singing from telephone wires.

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