How To Draw SpongeBob

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants!

Kids of all ages (and adults too, why not?!) will love learning how to draw Spongebob Squarepants! As you’ve probably noticed, we love free printable activities, and today we have the FUNNEST activity that is perfect for fans of goofy Spongebob!

Enjoy an afternoon filled with drawing fun with this easy three-page how to draw Spongebob tutorial.

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Learning how to draw Spongebob is a fun, creative, and colorful art experience for kids of all ages!

How to draw SpongeBob step by step

Our free printable Spongebob drawing tutorial is a fun way for toddlers, preschoolers, and older kids to develop their creativity, motor skills, concentration, and coordination… All while having fun! Plus, this sketch tutorial is so simple that even beginners can do it!

No matter what’s your kiddo’s level of skill, this SpongeBob tutorial is easy enough for everyone to follow- Let’s get started!

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Let kids (or adults!) follow the simple steps to drawing SpongeBob.

Easy steps to draw SpongeBob

Follow this easy how to draw SpongeBob SquarePants step-by-step tutorial and you will be drawing your own in no time!

Step 1:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 1 Text: Let's start! First, draw a rectangle. Notice the bottom is smaller.
Let’s start! First, draw a rectangle. Notice the bottom is smaller.

Let’s start! First, draw a rectangle. Notice the bottom is smaller.

Step 2:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 2 Text: Outline the first shape using a wavy line. Leave part of the rectangle free.
Outline the first shape using a wavy line. Leave part of the rectangle free.

Outline the first shape using a wavy line. Leave part of the rectangle free.

Step 3:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 3 Text: Add two circles to the head and a line to the body.
Add two circles to the head and a line to the body.

Add two circles to the head and a line to the body.

Step 4:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 4 Text: Use two arched lines to make the smile.
Use two arched lines to make the smile.

Use two arched lines to make SpongeBob’s smile.

Step 5:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 5 Text: Add two more arched lines to make the cheeks.
Add two more arched lines to make the cheeks.

Add two more arched lines to make the cheeks.

Step 6:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 6 Text: Add another arched line to make the nose and two squares for the teeth.
Add another arched line to make the nose and two squares for the teeth.

Add another arched line to make the nose and two squares for the teeth. Your SpongeBob drawing is almost done.

Step 7:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 7 Text: Draw two concentric circles to make the eyes. Add three eyelashes on each eye.
Draw two concentric circles to make the eyes. Add three eyelashes on each eye.

Draw two concentric circles to make the eyes. Draw three eyelashes on each eye.

Step 8:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 8 Text: Let's add details! Add a W line to outline the chin, two curved tips to make the shirt, draw a little tie and rectangles to make the belt.
Let’s add details! Add a W line to outline the chin, two curved tips to make the shirt, draw a little tie and rectangles to make the belt.

Let’s add details! Add a W line to outline the chin, two curved tips to make the shirt, draw a little tie and rectangles to make the belt.

Step 9:

How To Draw Spongebob- Kids Activities Blog- Step: 9 Text: Amazing job!
Amazing job!

Wow, that’s an amazing SpongeBob drawing!

Now congratulate yourself for drawing such a fun SpongeBob sketch!

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