There is something about drawing a castle that really touches a deep place in the hearts of children. When I taught four year olds – they loved it as much as the kindergarteners. Something about it. Another important point is it is super easy. Here are the simple steps to drawing a castle:
I loved how this student added the knights. So adorable!
Step Five: Draw a triangle on top of the two tall rectangles.
Step Six: Draw small squares across the top of the square. Add flags on top of the triangles on the tall rectangles (triangles on their sides). Draw a curved line (upside down U) to make the door.
Step Seven: Add a door knob (circle). And a draw bridge if you wish (a U shape).
Step Eight: Add any details you might like – such as wood grain, windows, texture on the castle, water around the castle and so forth.
Step Nine: Color with crayons!
I love how the draw bridge reaches out and the textures on the castle!