As parents, we can look forward to summer as a time with lighter schedules, less structure and no homework. Let’s face it — we all need a break, and these warm, carefree days give us the perfect opportunity. However, too many lazy days can result in the well-worn phrase “I’m bored.” Today’s kids have so much technology at their fingertips — TV, movies, video games, the internet — that it can take some special effort to get them engaged in a wider variety of activities, activities that are important to keeping them “mentally fit”.
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 a rocketship has never been easier with my “How To Draw” video. Each of my how to draw videos are easy to follow, step by step directions. Today let’s learn how to draw a rocketship.
Along with being an author and speaker, I have a ‘side job’ as the CEO of Young Rembrandts Franchise, an art enrichment program for kids 3 to 12years old. After teaching thousands of children how to draw in the Chicago suburbs, we became a franchise company eleven years ago. Now, there are Program Directors across the country and internationally, that hires and train remarkable individuals to teach art to children, using the Young Rembrandts method.
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.
You may not need another activity to add to an already busy spring, but in case you’re looking for some get-me-going inspiration, here are a few fun activities to share with your family…
Build an Art Spot. The key to success is to make sure your spot is well supplied; and that little artists can utilize it without the need of adult supervision. This means washable mediums; and place-mats, aprons or old clothes that make clean up a cinch. If you’re short on room, a low and easy-to-open drawer works well – loaded with paper and compartmentalized, tote-able supply bins. Want to really go all out with your space? Here are some amazing ideas to inspire you.
No TV Family Nights. Try “Play Night” where the kids or the whole family can dress for the event and put on a play. Here are some free playscripts to follow. You could also organize a “Kids Choice Night”; kids can pick their dinner and an activity from a parent-approved list; like bowling, a drawing session, or a backyard camp-out!
I recorded a few quick and easy “How To Draw” videos to share with you. Each 2 minute video has easy to follow, step by step directions.
So sharpen your pencils and impress yourself – as you learn to draw a kitten.
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What is your child’s learning style? There are three basic learning styles; visual, tactile, and auditory. Take the test and get immediate results: Is your child a visual learner?