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Digital Painting: Realistic Portrait Art

Artsy Art Club (Ages 3-6)

Class
Ms. Tessa
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(118)
In this ongoing course, young children will be guided in creating simple, colorful, and fun art projects that will inspire their innate creativity and inventiveness.

Class experience

Learners will be able to (with or without assistance):

1. Create unique art projects
2. Discuss and identify basic art techniques and language
3. Explain the process and purpose of their artwork
4. Use basic art techniques (gluing, painting, drawing)
Basic Art Supplies to Keep on Hand

To prepare for the ongoing weeks in this art class, I recommend to buy or collect these basic art materials so that you always have them ready to go, but keep in mind this is not an exhaustive list. There may be other specific materials that I will request you bring to specific classes.  You will know these materials at least a week in advance to allow you plenty of time to retrieve them.

1. Construction paper (variety of colors), Water Color Paper, Sketch Paper
2. Gift tissue paper (variety of colors)
3. Newspaper
4. Cotton balls
5. Colorful Pom Pom balls
6. Liquid white glue and glue stick
7. Scissors
8. Markers, Color Pencils, and Crayons (Crayola is a great brand!)
9. Oil Pastels
10. Watercolor Paint (I highly recommend the Crayola brand because the colors are much richer.)
11. Washable paint (Crayola - at least the colors yellow, blue, red)
12. Sidewalk chalk
13. Paintbrushes
14.  Paper plates, cups
15. blue, painters tape
16. Q-tips
17. Ticeronda Pencils (these are the best in my opinion because when drawing, they are much softer in appearance)
18. Stickers (any kind, different sizes)
19. Hi-Polymer white erasers (the best at erasing crayon and color pencil)
20. yarn
21. Craft sticks (plain or variety of colors)
22. pipe cleaners
23. glitter, paper confetti
24. Mini white canvas'
25. their favorite coloring book!
26. artist's apron or an old t-shirt (for painting projects OR just to give your child a boost of confidence that they ARE artists!)

You don't necessarily have to buy all of these before our first class.  I will always send out a pictured list of materials for the upcoming week's art project in enough time for you to gather everything.  Also, I am not an affiliate of Crayola.  I am not advertising on behalf of them.  I have used their products with my students for years now and they are simply the BEST that I have found and used yet.

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(118)
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Hi and Welcome to Ms. Tessa’s Classroom!  

I'm Ms. Tessa, and I am so excited to meet you!  I am a teacher-author, 11-year veteran teacher, and a homeschool mama of 9 years. I have taught online as an early childhood educator for the past 5... 
Group Class

$10

weekly
1x per week
30 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 3-6
3-12 learners per class

This class is no longer offered
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