Hello! Welcomes back! we are here with another reason to have an art attack. I am sure you are enjoying this mango season with having the pulpy fruit all day long, having mango icecreams, smoothies, cakes, and much more! Here we are with a cute surprise to celebrate the Mango season with some flavor of art. In this post, we will learn how to draw mango in 3 easy steps. It is very interesting to draw this fruit with kids of all ages! Lets begin with mango drawing for kids right away:
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For this cute and pulpy drawing of mango, we will require minimum materials available at home such as:
- Colors of your choice.
How To Draw Mango In 3 Easy Steps
Take a look at the first step by step tutorial for this how-to-draw mango step by step craft project by a pencil drawing of mango:
- Take A4 Size paper or even you can take any size paper. In the first step let the children make the oval shape. If the kids are small let them get a template or you can give them a stencil to trace oval shapes on the paper.
- .Next, Let the children slightly make a curve downward on one side to give a shape of a mango. For detail, you can have a look at the picture above. Let them make a thin stem holding the mango attaching it to the top of the mango.
- How to draw mango leaf? Simple, draw a mango leaf of the shape shown in the picture above. Even small kids can take the help of the teacher to trace the leaf part for them. And your mango drawing is all done and you can color the choice you like a yellow mango or an unripe green mango!
Happy Mango Season!
Try this out with your little ones and do let us know in the comment box below about this easy mango drawing project. You can even relate it to the summer season. And we successfully connected Science with our art lesson and it was a lesson full of fun! I hope you are part of our amazing group ColourCraze and Love Is Play-Based Learning to stay tuned with our latest posts and videos.
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