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Learn to Draw Wings of Fire Dragons


Read and Draw Book Club- Wings of Fire Book 1 Summer Camp

Unleash Your Child's Creativity and Love for Dragons in Our Engaging Dragon Book Club!
Julie Moses
534 total reviews for this teacher
36 reviews for this class
Completed by 168 learners
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$17 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 3 weeks
90 minutes per class
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Unlock Your Child's Potential with These 5 Dragon Book Club Learning Goals!

    Develop a Passion for Dragons: Ignite your child's passion for mythical creatures as they dive into the captivating world of dragons through the Wings of Fire book series.

    Enhance Reading Skills: Boost your child's reading comprehension and fluency by engaging with thrilling chapters and fostering independent reading habits.

    Foster Artistic Expression: Nurture your child's creativity as they learn step by step how to draw magnificent dragon illustrations, bringing these fantastical creatures to life on paper.

    Encourage Critical Thinking: Engage in meaningful discussions and share perceptions, encouraging your child to think critically about the story's themes, characters, and plot developments.

    Cultivate a Sense of Community: Join a supportive and inclusive community of dragon enthusiasts, where your child can share their drawings, receive feedback, and interact with peers who share their love for dragons.

Enroll your child today and watch them thrive in our dynamic Dragon Book Club. Spark their imagination, boost their reading skills, and unleash their artistic talents. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity for your little dragon enthusiasts!
I am an artist and photographer specializing in fine art, photography, and art education. I am also an avid reader and I love to discuss books and draw out my ideas and perceptions from them. In addition, I have been a homeschool educator for 16 years. I have taught children's art classes privately and through local after school  and children's museum programs. Her photography has appeared in Parents Magazine and numerous photography blogs. I enjoy finding connections between things that don't seem connected upon first glance.  To do that, I divide things down to their simplest parts and look for similarities. As a result I am able to break down seemingly complicated projects into simple step by step lessons. I also have a great appreciation for irony in art and life and try to infuse humor and silliness in my lessons and in my own work as well.
Homework will consist of reading the assigned chapters and completing any unfinished drawings. Homework on week 8 will ask students to create an alternate ending for the book.

****NOTE TO PARENTS*** This is primarily an art class in a book club environment. It is NOT a literary analysis class. 
Students will need a copy of Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy. Students should have access to a way to print or view PDF reference drawings. Students should have paper, pencil, eraser, and whatever media they feel comfortable with for adding color- which is optional. Students are free to use whatever art supplies they choose, though recommendations can be provided upon request as well as tips on technique.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students are assessing themselves each week as they answer trivia questions and also answer questions relating to their artwork. Typically those questions will be based on a growth mindset of what they feel was best about each particular drawing and in what ways they feel they could improve the drawing. 
4 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
****NOTE TO PARENTS*** This is primarily an art class in a book club environment. It is NOT a literary analysis class. It is detailed and complex drawing and is not recommended your younger learners. 


Julie Moses
Lives in the United States
Art With Julie M.
534 total reviews
419 completed classes

About Me

I'm a professional artist, photographer, and author from East Texas. I love to connect art with everything else in life—math, science, history, and language arts.

To date I have had the privilege of teaching over 2,100 students over the past... 
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