These free Harry Potter-Inspired Grid Art activities are creative ways to enjoy magical fun with your wizarding world fans. There are so many awesome ways to enjoy these no-prep activities in your parties, classroom, library, homeschool, and family.
Find out more and get your free printable pack of Harry Potter-Inspired Grid Art fun today!
No-Prep Creative Fun for Your Harry Potter Fans
Our family has a slight Harry Potter obsession.
Okay, to be honest, we’re full out Potterheads.
In fact, when the new Wizards Unite app recently came out, we immediately tried it out. The boys and I had a blast setting up our Wizard Passports where we plugged in our Hogwarts House, wand, and check achievements. We’re also logging some extra steps as we’re out and about tracking down Foundables and practicing spells.
All this awesome Harry Potter-Inspired fun had me thinking about new ways to enjoy this series and its themes with my boys.
As Smiley was doodling in his journal one afternoon, he asked me about learning how to draw some of the characters and creatures from Harry Potter.
Well, I’m not an artist by any means. But, I do love to make printables for easy, no-prep ways to make learning fun with my boys 🙂
Smiley helped me design these Harry Potter-Inspired Grid Art activities to work on lines and proportions. Our next project for grid art with Harry Potter-Inspired themes will be in color! (We’ll be releasing that version very soon!)
Awesome Ideas for Enjoying These Harry Potter-Inspired Grid Art Activities
To make the most of your time with these grid art activities, have these basic supplies ready. Smiley suggests:
- Good eraser (not the kind that leaves smudges or puts a hole in your work)
- Ruler (optional but can help you space out objects and lines)
- Color pencils
- Patience* (Smiley says it’s important to be patient with yourself and not give up, even when it seems tough. Sometimes, he has to take some deep breaths and walk away from his project for a few minutes if he gets too frustrated. Wise words from one so young!)
During our grid art activities, we emphasize fun and experience over perfection. We loved listening to our Harry Potter audiobooks while working on our projects. Or you could put on some of your favorite music to enjoy in the background 🙂
If you’d like to extend your Harry Potter-Inspired learning fun, these grid art activities pair well with our free printables such as:
- Harry Potter-Inspired Comic Strip Fun
- Coloring Pages for Harry Potter-Inspired Fun
- Harry Potter-Inspired Newspaper Fun
- Harry Potter-Inspired Mad Libs
- Coloring Bookmarks for Harry Potter-Inspired Fun
- Harry Potter-Inspired Writing Prompts
- Harry Potter-Inspired Decoder Fun
- Word Puzzles for Harry Potter-Inspired Fun
Once your artist feels confident, encourage them to move outside the grid and draw the characters on plain paper. It’s cool watching their drawing progress!
Get Your Free Harry Potter-Inspired Grid Art Fun Pack!
This free printable pack includes 8 pages of grid art fun. All characters or creatures are in black and white outline. Your artist can decorate as desired when their work is complete.
In this pack, you’ll find:
- Harry Potter
- Hedwig (owl)
- Harry Potter riding broom & holding the Golden Snitch
- Hermione Granger
- Ron Weasley
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How will you use these grid art activities for magical fun with your kids?
Want even MORE Harry Potter-inspired learning fun? My boys and I have been having a blast with Waldock’s Wizards and Wands!