An easy step-by-step guide for Watermelon Drawing for Kids

Written By Rashi| Edited By Varsha & Adi | Updated on 17th May, 2024

Summer is around, and the school vacations are about to begin.Many parents worry about their childrens,about what their child will be going to do in these vacations. There are many schools in Bangalore that provide their students with summer camp during the vacations.The camp includes activities that school wants students to learn. 

And as the summer season has begun, the most refreshing fruit, Watermelon, is available in the local markets. Do you want to make a drawing of watermelon and put it on your room wall? If yes, we are here for you to help. We have curated six easy steps for you to make watermelon drawings this summer vacation. 

If you also love eating watermelon just as we do, then take out your pencils and start drawing with us. At the end of the blog, we have provided you with the worksheet for practice. You can download it from the end.

Quick Summary

Step-by-Step Watermelon Drawing for Kids
  1. Basic List of materials
  2. Step-by-step guide to drawing a Watermelon
  3. Final touches
  4. Additionally, what you can do
  5. Conclusion


1. Basic List of Materials

  • Drawing paper
  • Pencil
  • Sharpener
  • Eraser
  • Coloured pencils or Crayons
  • Black sketch pen
  • Stable base of support/ Drawing board

2. A step-by-step guide to Draw a Watermelon

Step: 1  Draw a circle.

First, take a drawing sheet and a pencil and draw a large circle with the pencil. Make the circle as lightly dotted.

Step 2: Divide the circle

Now divide the circle by making a straight line in the centre. By doing this, the circle is divided into two halves.

You only have to use one-half of the circle. So, now outline the lower half of the circle. It will look like a semi-circle. 

Step 3: Make semi-circles

Now, in the semi-circle, make two more semi-circles within it. Make sure when you are making these circles, your diameter should get smaller.

You can also refer to the image.

Step 4: Make watermelon seeds

Now, we are going to make watermelon seeds. For this, make a few small water drops filled with black colour in the smallest semi-circle .

Step 5: Draw outline

After completing your drawing with a pencil, outline the watermelon using a black sketch pen. 

Step 6: Add colours

It’s time to add colour. For seeds, use black colour.

For the inner semi-circle, use red colour, for the next circle use white colour and for the last one, use green colour.

Final Touches

Add more small seeds to the watermelon. On the outer semi-circle that you have coloured green, make loose S shaped lines with a darker shade of green. Add small lines in the outer semi-circle with a darker shade of red. At the end, to beautify it more, draw a nice square border around the watermelon.

Additionally, what you can do

  • You can make a bunch of cut watermelons by following the same steps.
  • You can also show a plate or a basket where there is watermelon.
  • With the watermelons, you can also show other fruits like banana, apple, grapes etc.
  • Additionally, You can show kids eating watermelons at the beaches or at their home. This will make your drawing more creative.


You have done a great job by making a watermelon this summer. Clap for yourself. You can take it to your school after the vacations and show it to your teachers, and tell them that you have made it, this will definitely make them happy. Practise this drawing everyday, so that you can draw it even better than today. 

You can also download the worksheet to practise, which is given below.

Watermelon Drawing for Kids Worksheet

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