Drawing with children: a creative method for adult beginners, too
Founded on the belief that any child can learn to draw realistic pictures using her "alphabet of shapes" while in a noncompetitive environment, Mona Brookes' easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson approach to drawing has yielded astounding results with children of all ages. This new edition includes two additional chapters explaining how to reach children with learning problems or special needs and how to incorporate drawing into other subjects, such as math and language.
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Review: Drawing with ChildrenUser Review - Lynne Mcanulty-STREET - Goodreads
What an amazing technique to use with junior primary school pupils in art classes! And it taught me to draw as well, as I worked though the book further on than the six year olds needed to advance ... Read full review
Review: Drawing with ChildrenUser Review - Robin E. - Goodreads
I want to love this book, I really do. The idea of teaching children a handful of lines to draw and then showing them how those different lines can be all connected to create such amazing and detailed ... Read full review
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