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Cute Shark, learn the basic skills of drawing and coloring. This class will be good for the little one to start tracing, listening to instructions to draw. Pick a time that suits you and schedule the class.
We will be doing drawing and coloring, we will be taking basic shapes and converted shapes into different forms, we will then color it in. I have been working and taking this online classes from long time and understand the problems children face during online classes, They will be given simple step-by-step instructions and I will be guiding them. They can interact with me on the group if they have any questions, or if they do not understand something. If moving to the next step I can see...
This is a basic drawing and coloring class specially designed for little ones. It’s very important for the little ones to have fun while they’re doing the activities. The activities are designed are age-appropriate, simple, which will help them to gain confidence. At this early stage, it’s very important for the children to develop pencil grip,and eye and hand coordination,so with this basic activity and basic form of coloring they will gain confidence. With this basic drawing and coloring class, we would be covering a variety of topics. This week and the following few weeks we will be concentrating on the shape "Line" convert it into different forms.
There won't usually be any homework, but incomplete classwork would have to be completed at home.
Paper pencil, rubber, sharpie, chalk pastels or crayons, tissue paper, earbuds (optional) circular object (example-mug, plastic cups, lids.)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
I am a teacher in the United Kingdom with an NVQ3 in CCLD (Children's Care, Learning and Development) and a London Art School Diploma holder. I've worked with preschools, nurseries, and special needs children for the past 13 years, and it's been...
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Completed by 5 learners
Live video meetings
1-4 learners per class