Preschool Art: Teaching How to Draw
Brayden has the distinct advantage of having drawing classes at home. As the founder of Young Rembrandts, I’ve taught thousands of preschool kids how to draw, but always enjoy special time with my grandson.
In our first few ‘classes’ Brayden, a young four year old, like most preschoolers struggled to hold and control the pencil and crayons. He listened intently to my direction, drew with shaky unsure lines and was surprised at his own success. When it came time to color he was excited to choose which crayons to use, but tired long before he could complete the page full of coloring. But after only a few lessons, his time spent coloring, his technique and his confidence showed dramatic improvement.
This is his version of an ice cream sundae!
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