How to Draw Bread for Kindergarten

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A step-by-step lesson on how to draw bread for kindergarten is ready. This guide consists of just four very simple steps.

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how to draw bread step by step

This time I want to tell you and show you how you can draw bread for kindergarten. This lesson will not be difficult at all, so you can cope with it even if you do not have experience as an artist yet or you are a child.

Bread is a bakery product that is obtained by baking dough. This product is considered the most common, therefore it is available on the table every time with any meal. There are different types of bread, for example, wheat, rye, bran, whole grain. The type of bread depends on the type of flour it is baked from. Also, bread comes in different shapes, for example, oval, round or rectangular.

I think it will not be difficult for you to draw bread according to this instruction, so I suggest you start drawing bread already.


  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 10 minutes.

How to Draw Bread for Kindergarten

  1. Start sketching the outline of the bread.

    To do this, use straight lines and round them from the bottom, as shown in the to draw a cartoon bread

  2. Continue drawing the outline of the bread.

    Use straight and curved lines to outline the top of the front side of the bread.bread drawing easy

  3. Add details.

    On the right side of the bread, repeat its outline as shown in the example.bread drawing simple

  4. Color the drawing.

    Color the front side of the bread light brown and the side dark brown.bread drawing cute

Now you know how to draw bread step by step. Write in the comments if you had any difficulties while doing this work or did you complete this lesson quickly and easily?

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