Today on AME, I starting a brand new series: The Draw, Paint, Sparkle Book Chat, where I read sections of my book and give you extra insight to how my teaching philosophy has worked throughout the years and how it can help you create art with your kids.
Today’s episode talks all about Directed Drawing. While directed drawing, or guided drawings, are a gateway of possibilities for a child, sometimes a child or a parent is resistant to the idea.
I share my experiences working with directed drawings at home, help you navigate the often murky waters of creating art with your child and tips to avoid conflicts or frustration.
Draw, paint, Sparkle Creative Projects from an Elementary Art Teacher is written by Patty Palmer and published by Roost books. You can buy the book from Amazon, Barns and Noble and wherever good books are sold.
After you buy the book, head over to Draw Paint Sparkle to download your book bonuses: 27 Drawing Guides that you can download, print and use with your kids.
And while you’re there, why not write a review on Amazon? This helps the distribution of the book so more parents can create art with kids.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
– What is directed drawing
– How to foster more art at home for 5-10 year olds
– What to do when you face resistance from the children
– How everyone can be an artist
– How to build confidence with a directed drawing
LISTEN TO THE SHOW
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LINKS & RESOURCES
*To download your book bonuses for directed drawings