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Watercolor Club Basic Level (Subscription Class) by: The Painting Panda

Come join us in this exciting on-going watercolor club class for younger elementary aged children. We will learn to paint all things watercolor.
Miss Liisi
443 total reviews for this teacher
36 reviews for this class
Completed by 188 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
45 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Class Experience

Teach students how to paint specific projects each lesson
Teach students different techniques in watercolor
Learn fun facts about each animal painted
Learn to listen to exact step-by-step instructions
Learn to follow exact step-by-step instructions
Learn to still be creative while following instructions
This has been one of my more popular flex classes, and in person classes I've offered to my local Homeschool group, local community during the summer, and even with my adult private lessons.  And now I'm finally able to turn it into a live class.  I love teaching watercolor, it's a fun fluid medium where you can be incredibly creative.  My favorite part about teaching art classes is when I get to see the world through the eyes of the students by viewing their interpretations of the assignments I give them in class.

As mentioned in my teacher profile I have 14 years of experience teaching early education pre-K classes, in both North Carolina and Utah. I have been able to use my degrees in Visual Arts with a focus on Art History from NCSU and my Associate in Arts from Wake Tech Community College, to teach kids and adults: various art classes here in North Carolina for the past 7 years.  With my scouting connections I have had 5 years experience teaching science and history classes in North Carolina and Florida.  Whether it was as a Co-Op teacher for my local home school groups, Art merit Badge Counselor for the local Boy Scout clinic, teaching STEAM classes for Cub Scouts, Nail art and Jewelry Crafting to teenage girls in my church, or summer art classes through my business, The Painting Panda, I love being able to share what I have learned!  
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Supplies Needed: Watercolor paper pad size: 9 x 11 (or similar size) (NOT MULTI MEDIA PAPER) Please use thick watercolor paper (it won't rip or tear) Brush set (any brand) (Sizes: 1 large and 1 medium sized tear drop or rounded tip brush, 1 detail brush (can be flat tipped or pointy tipped), 1 large and 1 medium sized flat tipped brush, 1 XL (one inch) flat tipped brush) 6 brushes total Brushes need soft bristles (not the hard plastic, not hair bristles as they shed and ruin the paintings) Tablet watercolors set of 36 colors any brand (found on Amazon generally there are about 5 brands that I've seen that are under $10) Water in a cup or bowl Paper towels or a reusable rag (like a wash cloth or hand towel) Black gel pen or thin tipped black sharpie marker (thin is key) 1 inch Painter's tape or Washi tape (makes clean lines, doesn't rip paper) Changing these supplies, or not getting the supplies listed will mean different results in art quality for your students, as well as students being frustrated due to lacking in supplies. If you can't get what is on this list PLEASE let me know BEFORE you come to class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents are welcome to help students during class, but need to be off screen during the class duration, as a safety policy Outschool asks teachers to enforce. 

Parents for the SAFETY of our students (your learners) please allow them to have access to a working web camera when taking this class. I need to visually see or hear that there is a student taking my class or the account without one will be kicked out of class, and sent to Outschool support.  For more info on this, please see the parent FAQ posted on the Outschool website.  

If this is your learner's first Outschool class I recommend getting familiar with the Zoom interface and platform before the class starts. Outschool has a few articles and videos that can help. Unfortunately I am really unable to deal with any technical issues once class has begun and if you are experiencing issues, it's best to contact technical support at Outschool directly via the HELP tab on the website.


Miss Liisi
Lives in the United States
The Painting Panda Teacher
443 total reviews
690 completed classes

About Me

Hey Ya'll!
           I am not your typical art teacher who teaches from a mold, and expects kids to fit into a box.  Being taught with that mindeset prevented true creativity, self exploration and expression, and any honest confidence in my... 
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