I love drawing waterfalls. There’s just something about looking at a painting or photo of a waterfall that is wonderfully relaxing. Here are some awesome resources for learning how to draw waterfalls:
STEP BY STEP
This website has two step-by-step line drawing tutorials. The first is very simple and basic, and would be great for young children. The second has a little more detail and would work well for children who want a little more of a challenge.
This is another step-by-step, but with a lot more detail. Good for older children and high schoolers who want their drawings to look more realistic.
Need source material? Here’s a website with links to a lot of beautiful waterfall photographs. These will make great reference photos for a more advanced student who wants something to work from.
Finally, here’s a short (10 minute) video demo of how to draw a waterfall with oil pastels. It moves kind of quickly and doesn’t have narration, so you’ll probably need to stop the video frequently to catch up. But it’s still worth giving it a try.