Young artists will be engaged learning how to make a goose drawing!
Expect 9 easy steps to follow, children will enjoy creating their own goose on paper. Also included is a printable version of this goose drawing lesson.
Ideal for art teachers and homeschoolers looking to teach kids how to draw a goose.
Finally learn to draw your very own birds by following this lesson at your own comfortable pace. …and now for the goose drawing lesson…
- Drawing Paper
- Crayons or Colored Pencils
- Black Marker (optional)
- Goose Drawing Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
The goal is to arrive at a finished drawing of a goose by tackling one area at a time. This project will take 9 steps to complete as we continue to draw each area moving closer to the final drawing. The completed work of art will be completed with color making it a work of art you can be proud of!
Time Needed: 30 minutes
Outline The Body
Using your pencil, draw an oval or egg shape in the middle of your paper.
Add The Neck
Draw the neck on the upper left side of your oval.
Draw The Head
Then, draw a smaller oval above the neck.
Add The Eyes And Beak
Our goose is standing sideways so draw the beak and the eyes on the left side of the head.
Draw The Wings
Add the wings above the body, it will overlap on the shape you drew on the first step.
Add The Tail
Then, add the goose’s tail by adding another feathery line on the right side of its wings.
Add The Right Foot
Draw the goose’s right foot underneath the body. It has wide feet similar to the shape of a crown.
Draw The Left Foot
Do not forget to add the left foot, of course!
Complete Your Drawing
Color your goose drawing by adding shades and shadows to make it come to life!
Goose Drawing PDF Download
Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for Goose Drawing. The last page of the downloadable PDF includes a coloring book page with just the outlines and an extension exercise for prompting kids to get creative!
Geese All Around Us
Ganders are male geese; goose is the name given to female geese. When talking about more than one goose we use the term “geese” – geese is plural for “goose”. A baby goose is called a “gosling”. A group of geese is called a “gaggle”.
Have you ever seen a gaggle of geese?
Geese are birds that are members of the waterfowl family, Anseriformes.
Geese make excellent pets and are often kept as pets by many people. They weed out the lawn, keep it short, and can act as a guardian dog. You will be followed around by them like a dog because these animals are extremely loyal.
There are about 30 species of geese that live worldwide.
Depending on the species geese can live up to 20 years of age.