Super Simple Guide on How to Draw a Bee for Kindergarten
How to draw a bee? You can get the answer to this question if you use my lesson. During the preparation of this guide, I deliberately simplified everything that was possible and in the end, I ended up with a truly accessible drawing guide. As a result, I kept the approximate shape of the body and head of the bee. Of course, the face is indicated schematically, as well as the shape of the wings.
I chose the bee because it is a very useful creature indeed. Honey was one of the first products that people learned to extract on their own. Since prehistoric times, honey has been a very sweet and satisfying dessert.
So, get ready to draw this super simple bee. By the way, do not forget that you can always open or print a PDF version of this lesson to distribute to your students or children. To get it, just scroll down the page.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 15 minutes
How to Draw a Bee
- Draw the torso and head.
Our bee has a rounded head and a more elongated large body. Place these two shapes in the center of the paper as in my example.
- Add facial features.
As I said, the head of the bee in my tutorial looks very schematic and simplified.
- Draw the wings and sting.
The wings and stinger in my example are also very simplified. The wings are formed by smooth, rounded lines, and the stinger looks like a pointed triangle.
- Color the bee drawing.
As a rule, the bee is associated with black and yellow colors. Use these colors to create a familiar look for this amazing creature.
So, this was a lesson in drawing a bee. Don’t forget to download the PDF version of this manual, which includes the steps of this instruction, a coloring page, a tracing worksheet, and a grid drawing worksheet.