How to Draw a School?


An easy way to draw a school is to draw a rectangle on the bottom of your drawing paper. Connect to lines that meet in the middle of the rectangle drawing, at a slant for the roof of the school. Draw a flag pole with a flag on top, because most schools have them. Draw some squares along the rectangle for the windows and voila. You can add whatever else connects with a school, like a school bus parked near it. Check out this link for more drawing ideas:
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To draw a school, you have to draw first a rectangle, then put a small square that will serve as the window and a small rectangle drawn vertically, that will serve as the door. Draw an elongated triangle on top of the rectangle that will serve as the school roof, then draw a flag on a flagpole on the side of your drawing. For more information see here: ;
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