This how to draw video series is the result of teaching children how to draw in Young Rembrandts for over twenty years!
Although this drawing lesson was written with kids in mind, it’s fun for adults, too.
Creativity is a thought process but to hear our thoughts, we need to turn off the noise and tune into what our mind can imagine. Being comfortable in the quiet needs to start in childhood. Here are 10 ways to help your kids enjoy being quiet.
10 Quiet Activities for Kids
- Building with Legos – Legos and other construction toy sets provide hours of quiet focused activity. While your child is deep in thoughts assembling pieces, their mind is learning to see and imagine, three dimensionally. Prepackaged sets help kids learn to see and follow directions, while independent pieces allow for more creative assemblages. Provide a balance of both.
- Drawing and Coloring – Crayons, markers and sketchpads provide endless opportunity for time spent in quiet reflective thought. Be sure to stock up on lots of different drawing and coloring supplies for your child. A package of copy machine paper and set of washable markers, is a low cost investment with a high return.
Learning to draw has never been so fun, enjoyable and easy for your children! Improve your kid’s drawing technique and art skills with easy to follow video drawing tutorials.
My how to draw videos are the perfect tool for kids and adults who want to learn how to draw.
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Klutz books are an easy way for kids to be creative. But what makes these books so special?
Kids learn best when they can see, touch and do it. This hands-on approach is what keeps kids engaged and having fun! Klutz books are the standard in experiential hands-on kid’s crafts and science topics. Originally developed by three Stanford graduates, the company has since been acquired by Scholastic and gone on to develop an impressive line of activity driven books for kids that include all the materials and easy to follow directions.
Here a few of my personal favorites:
Is your child at risk for the dreaded Summer Slide?
Here are some great ways you can help your kid avoid the summer slide without feeling like school never ended.
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- Kids’ Summer Activities: Engaging Outdoor Play for Children
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Although this drawing lesson was written with kids in mind, it’s fun for adults, too. This how to draw video series is the result of teaching children how to draw in Young Rembrandts for over twenty years!
Learning how to draw an ogre is easy with my “How To Draw” video. Let’s get started…