123 I Can Draw!

Illustrated step by step projects include drawing people, self portraits, shapes, expressions, textures and Budding artists will proudly say, I can draw Encouraging play and experimentation with everyday materials and tools, Starting Art unlocks the creative spirit in every young child This excellent new series offers unique clear and inspiring step by step illustIllustrated step by step projects include drawing people, self portraits, shapes, expressions, textures and Budding artists will proudly say, I can draw Encouraging play and experimentation with everyday materials and tools, Starting Art unlocks the creative spirit in every young child This excellent new series offers unique clear and inspiring step by step illustrated techniques for creating fun and appealing art projects that lead to discovery and a real sense of accomplishment.Starting Art introduces art concepts such as color, form and texture, reinforced and put into practice through the creative process Each book includes a visual glossary of key art terms and a note to parents and teachers on how to ensure a good art experience every time.
I Can Draw Illustrated step by step projects include drawing people self portraits shapes expressions textures and Budding artists will proudly say I can draw Encouraging play and experimentation with every

  • Title: 123 I Can Draw!
  • Author: Irene Luxbacher
  • ISBN: 9781554531523
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Sky Color. Reynolds, Peter H. 2012.Often students are afraid of art, the worry and they are afraid of mistakes. 1 2 3 I Can Draw takes students through some easy art lessons and the story follows a budding artist who can paint anything, has lots of confidence in her art; but then she does not have a color she thinks she needs to paint. The companion piece helps the students reflect on their own abilities and understand that they can make mistakes. Text Structure: 1 2 3 I Can Draw is very much se [...]

    2. This is a terrific book for teaching kids basic techniques for drawing people, self-portraits, shapes, expressions, textures, and more. Clear, step-by-step instructions for simple yet appealing art projects make the process seem easy for young children. Notes about necessary materials and, for parents, on encouraging children artistically, frame the text. This series would make an excellent addition to any library, public or private, and Art teachers may find this series invaluable in the classr [...]

    3. Finally a how to draw book that celebrates the process over the result. Easy, clear instructions for little guys is sure to help bypass all the fuss and frustration that can come from more technical 'How to Draw' books.

    4. Really nice. I enjoyed using this to draw with Phoenix. Some were a bit of a challenge for her at 4 but I like how to at least tried.

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