Art and Time: Fun Clock Drawing for Kids

Written By Vasudha | Edited By Varsha & Adi | Updated on 29th May, 2024

Ever wondered how we know when it’s time for fun, snacks, or bed? That’s where clocks come in! They tell us the time of day and night. Clocks come in all shapes and sizes, some even make music! Ever tried drawing one? It’s fun! And if you want to get really good at drawing, look for the best schools that love teaching art. They’ll help you get really good at drawing while having tons of fun!

In this guide, we’ll walk you through drawing the easiest clock step by step. Whether you’re just starting out or already skilled, let’s begin! Plus, for extra practice, check out our “Clock Drawing for Kids Worksheet” linked at the end of this blog.

Quick Summary

Clock Drawing for Kids step by step –
  1. Basic List of Materials
  2. Step-by-Step Guide to Draw a Clock
  3. Final Touches
  4. Additionally
  5. Conclusion

1.  Basic List of Materials

  • Drawing Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Sharpener
  • Crayons or Coloured Pencils
  • Stable Drawing Surface

2. Step-by-Step Guide on Clock Drawing for Kids

Step 1: Draw the Face of the Clock

Start by drawing a large circle. This will be the main face of the clock. Add two smaller half circles on top of the large circle, resembling a bear’s head. Now, draw two lines from the middle of the big circle for the clock hands. Make one line longer, pointing up, and one shorter, pointing down.

Step 2: Draw the Hands of the Clock

The two lines from the middle of the big circle represent the hands of the clock, which is one line longer, pointing up, and one shorter, pointing down. Make a leaf kind of a structure with both lines individually.

Step 3: Draw two Inner Circles

Draw two inner circles inside the large circle. The first circle should be smaller than the larger circle. Then draw even a smaller circle surrounding the joining points of the hands of the clock.

Step 4: Draw the Feet of the Clock

Now, let’s draw the feet of the clock which will be at the bottom of the clock face. Draw two structures in the shape of the alphabet “U” at the bottom of the big circle, each on the left and right side of the outer circle. These would represent the feet of the clock. Draw a similar structure in the shape of the alphabet “U” one each on the ears of the clock.

Step 5: Mark the Hours

Around the edges of the circle, evenly space out 4 tiny circles or dots to mark the hours.

Step 6: Adding Colour

Finally, colour your drawing of the clock using crayons or watercolour paints. This will make your clock look more beautiful.

Final Touches

After adding colour to your clock, add some final touches to make it pop! You can add colourful numbers around the dial, decorate the hands with patterns or shapes. Consider adding playful elements like stars, hearts, or other cute designs in the background. It adds personality! Add shadows to the clock to make it look more realistic and three-dimensional. 

These easy tips will make your clock drawing look fantastic. Great job on your drawing!


  • Enjoy drawing and express yourself freely.
  • Don’t worry about mistakes, they’re part of learning.
  • Use your eraser if you need to fix anything.
  • Draw clocks of all sizes and shapes to practise and add variety.
  • Keep practising until you’re a pro at clock-drawing!


Drawing is a wonderful experience, and I hope you’re proud of what you’ve made. If you’re not completely satisfied, don’t worry—it’s just your first attempt, and the important thing is you tried. To get better, we’ve included a “Clock Drawing for Kids Worksheet” for extra practice. Remember, the more you practise, the more you’ll improve. So have fun, let your creativity shine, and enjoy drawing!

Clock Drawing for Kids Worksheet

Varsha & Adi

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