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Draw a Train: What Shapes Do You See? Art Class (Ages 5-10)
In this class, students will learn how to draw the basic geometric shapes of the side and front of a train. They will have creative freedom to color the train any color they choose as well as create a background for their train.
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In this class, learners will learn how to draw a train engine. Class layout: 1. We will begin by going over basic geometric shapes. 2. We will then talk about how all objects are created with shapes. 3. Next, we will look at a toy train and talk about the shapes they see. 4. I will then walk them through drawing the shapes in order to create one side and then the front of the train. When learners are finished drawing their train they will be encourage to color it and create a...
Students will learn or review different geometric shapes such as squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles. Students will learn that all objects are made of lots of shapes. Students will learn how to see the different shapes that make a train engine. Students will learn how to draw an object based on the shapes they see.
3-4 sheets of white paper. Printer paper or construction paper is fine Black washable marker Washable markers, crayons, or colored pencils: variety of colors
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Art and Creative Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
162 total reviews
321 completed classes
Hi, I am Mrs. Alicia. I teach creative art classes. Creative art classes are classes that not only teach basic art skills but encourage and strengthen a child’s natural creativity. My teaching style is laid back and light. I enjoy talking to my...