Let’s learn how to draw a pineapple by drawing along with this simple drawing guide!
There are 6 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy designing their own pineapple on paper. Also included is a downloadable version of this pineapple drawing lesson.
Ideal for art teachers and homeschoolers looking to teach kids how to draw a pineapple.
Get a thrill out of learning how to draw a pineapple. Go beyond the lesson…don’t forget to add some creative details. It is time to get drawing!
- Drawing Paper
- Crayons or Colored Pencils
- Black Marker (optional)
- How to Draw a Pineapple Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
This step by step lesson will teach you how to draw a pineapple. We will pay attention to the shapes of each part and types of lines created ensuring that the artwork looks great.
Time Needed: 20 minutes
Draw The Pineapple Fruit
Draw a big oval in the middle of your paper.
Part 1 Of The Criss-Cross
Draw a series of slanted curved lines.
Part 2 Of The Criss-Cross
Then draw another series of curved lines, this time slanting the other direction as shown in the drawing.
Add Pineapple Texture
Complete the pineapple’s textured pattern by drawing many cross shapes inside each diamond shape.
Draw The Crown Of The Pineapple
Add the leaves on the top of your drawing. Make it similar to a crown.
Complete Your Drawing
Grab your crayons and color your pineapple with yellow and green.
How to Draw a Pineapple PDF Download
Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for How to Draw a Pineapple. 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!
- Pineapples are originally from Central America, but now they are grown all over the world.
- The fruit has tough skin, so it is peeled before it can be eaten.
- The flesh of the pineapple is sweet with a slightly acidic taste.
- Pineapples are an excellent source of vitamin C.
Pineapples are often used as symbols of hospitality because they symbolize generosity, warmth, and welcome.
Pineapple is a fruit that was popular in Europe in the 1600s, but it was difficult to grow and was expensive. With the introduction of canned pineapple, pineapples became an affordable and popular fruit for Americans.
Pineapples are a tropical fruit that were not native to Hawaii. However, they have become an iconic symbol for the state. That is because James Dole’s pineapple company started in 1900 and by 1929, his plantation was the world’s largest producer of pineapples.