How to Draw a Sparrow for Kids – Easy Step by Step Tutorial

Creativity is natural and is something possessed by all human beings. When a child picks up a pencil or pen for the first time in their life, they instinctively draw shapes and images. It is an inherent reaction in all children. But apart from that, the process and action of drawing have several important benefits in the growth and development of a child. every child is different an unique in their own way.

Many children may have difficulty in expressing their feelings and emotions and one of the nest outlets for such expression is drawing. It allows children to be honest in their own way and promotes the development of emotional intelligence. Parents can bond with their children by drawing and learning together too.

So, in today’s lesson, we’re gonna learn how to draw a sparrow through some very easy steps.

Things You’ll Need:

  • Paper
  • Pencils
  • Eraser
  • Colours

Step by Step Instructions

  1. We’ll start by drawing a small circle for the ehad. Once that is done, draw an oblong body. As you can see from the reference, the body should be asymmetrical since we’re drawing the side profile of the sparrow.

2. Draw a small circle in the fcae for its eyes and then draw a small beak. Sparrows have small yet sharp beaks that allow them to grab and eat small grains and worms.

3. Now, lte’s focus on drawing its feathers. Draw te wing on the side of its body and the feathers along the edge of the wing.

4. This is the tricky part – drawing the tail feather. Draw long straight line, fanning outwards, to accurately represent the broad tail feather.

5. Now, let’s draw its tiny little legs. Draw the legs and the claws carefully, making sure they are thin and well-defined.

6. I’m sure by now your drawing is starting to look a lot like a sparrow, isn’t it? Well, keep going cos we’re almost there. Draw a line to connect the body to the head.

7. It’s time to add some finishing touches tot he drawing before we start the colouring process. Colour in the eyeball to make it prominent. A great way to mke your drawing look neat a s whole is to double-line it.

8. Now, it’s time to finally colour it! Sparrows are usually small and brown with speckles of white and gray all over their feathers. At this stage you can let your creativity take over and colour it the way you visualize sparrows.

Drawing is a great exercise to boost a child’s imagination as it pushes them to explore their thoughts and physically represent them on paper. All the greatest inventions of humankind can be attributed to the creativity and imagination of bright minds. So, don’t forget, a child’s creative side is as important as their studious side and it also requires attention and nurturing.

So, get your drawing instructions from K4 Craft and get started today!

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