How to Draw (Walter Foster Jr.)

By teaching little kids to notice basic shapes, they learn to build up from this foundation. For example, when they look at a cat, they notice a circle for the head, an oval for the body, triangular shapes for the ears – and then you build a tail, legs and feet as you round out the shapes. The same principle applies for dinosaurs, fish, and horses. Surprisingly, it works with machines and vehicles too! You are training the child’s eye to look for basic shapes in the world around them. Instructions are in the book, but you will want some nice drawing paper for your own artwork. Maybe a blank journal would be fun to draw in as a keepsake of your early artwork! ~Sara

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