The lesson on how to draw a pyramid for kindergarten will be very simple and interesting. The lightest elements are used here.
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to draw one of the famous ancient structures. In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to draw a pyramid for kindergarten. This building is huge in size and is one of the wonders of the world.
There are many mysteries associated with the pyramids. The pyramids were built from huge stones and clay. It still remains a mystery how it was possible to build such a magnificent structure if in ancient times there was no special technology.
The pyramids were erected for the pharaohs; this structure is the tomb of great rulers. Every year a large number of tourists visit this place and take photographs as a souvenir. I hope you enjoy the lesson very much and feel the pleasant atmosphere of the mystery of the Egyptian pyramids.
In this lesson, you will need to be able to build simple geometric shapes, namely a triangle. Try to draw all the lines yourself, without using any materials at hand. Thus, you will gain useful skills that will definitely come in handy in the future.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 10 minutes.
How to Draw a Pyramid for Kindergarten
- Draw the outline of the pyramid.
In the first step of the tutorial, carefully depict a triangle.
- Add an edge.
To do this, draw a straight line from the top of the triangle to the base.
- Depict the texture of the pyramid.
At this point, draw some thin horizontal lines like in my example.
- Color the drawing.
Use two shades of brown to color the different sides of the pyramid.
The lesson is over, and now you can evaluate the result. I hope the pyramid is successful and you have a lot of experience with this tutorial. I recommend making a beautiful background for the pyramid. Get creative to make your drawing more colorful and interesting. Draw other smaller pyramids to the side and draw the blue sky and yellow sand. You will have a beautiful landscape.
I suggest you download the PDF of this tutorial for additional materials.
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