Easy Fun Scenery Drawing for Kids in 5 Minutes!

Written By Sai | Edited By Varsha & Adi | Updated on 13th May, 2024

Picture yourself visiting a super pretty place with mountains, rivers, valleys, and flowers everywhere. Now, imagine your teacher asking you to capture that same beauty on paper. Sounds like the best fun school day ever, doesn’t it? To make your experience even better we’re here to guide you through a step-by-step process to bring that stunning scenery to life on paper.  Once you’ve got the basics, you can add more details to your drawing. Ready to get started? Let’s do it!

Quick Summary

An easy fun scenery drawing for kids
  1. A Basic List of Materials
  2. Step-by-Step Guide to Scenery Drawing
  3. Final Touches
  4. Tips and Tricks to Draw a Scenery Drawing
  5. Conclusion


1. A Basic List of Materials

  • Drawing Paper
  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Crayons or colored pencils
  • Stable Drawing Surface
  • Your Amazing Creativity!

2.Step-by-Step Guide to Drawing a Scenery Drawing

Let’s sketch a big, shining sun, some tall trees, fluffy clouds, and a happy little bird. Our drawing is going to be full of colors and good vibes! Let’s draw all of them step by step. 

Step 1: Draw a line and overlap a circle on it as Sun

Start by drawing a big circle at the top of your paper. This is our happy sun, spreading warmth and light. Also, draw one horizontal line at the center of the paper from one edge to another. You can refer to the picture. 

Step 2: Add details to the Sun

Erase the bottom of the circle with an eraser, then stretch the horizontal line to make it like a landscape on the paper.

Step 3: Let’s Add Mountains!

Begin by making the bottom part of the sun your focus point. Draw mountain shapes extending upward towards the paper’s edges. Add short, wavy lines to show the rugged edges of the mountains. 

Step 4: Here we draw trees!

Start by drawing a vertical line for the trunk of the coconut tree. At the top of the trunk, draw a bunch of long, narrow leaves. You can see in the given image that these leaves should curve slightly downward. Add some oval shapes hanging down from the leaves. These are the coconuts. They make our tree look more real and cool!

Step 5: Let’s Add River Water and Flying Birds!

To draw the river add some smaller wavy lines inside the river to show motion. Make sure to add the reflection of the sun in the river water. To draw a bird far away, start by making a “V” shape. Then, extend the ends a bit down to make it look like a flying bird. Easy, right?

Final Touches 

Alright, it’s time to add some color and magic to our drawing! First, use your eraser to clean up any extra lines. Don’t worry if you need to erase a bit here and there, even professional artists do it!

Now, here comes the fun part. Pick your colorful crayons or colored pencils. Let’s color our scenery! Color the sun a cheerful yellow, just like it’s smiling at us. Make the trees with black shadow, Sky color must be orange because we are making it Sunset and the bird. Oh, you can make it any color you like! But we added V shapes as the shadow of flying birds.

Tips and Tricks to Draw Scenery

  • Have fun, and let your imagination fly!
  • If you make a mistake, no worries! Just erase and try again.
  • Practice drawing different scenes to create your magical worlds.


Wow, look at what you’ve created! beautiful scenery. We drew a cheerful scene of a sunny day in nature. There’s a big smiling sun, tall mountains, a flowing river, trees with coconuts, and happy birds flying in the sky. Drawing is all about letting your imagination run wild and having a blast with colors. Remember, there are no mistakes in art, just creative choices! Keep practicing and exploring different scenes. 

Scenery Drawing for Kids Worksheet

Varsha & Adi

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