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Anyone want to teach child drawing at home ?

Postby sunflower2005 » Mon Aug 23, 2010 8:04 pm

Hi, I had signed up my girl in Arts and crafts lesson for one term .
I had decided to teach her at home by myself.

I had brought this drawing book for my 5 year old girl. This is a great book because they have step by step to teach children how to draw the picture.
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if you want to find out more please visit to my blog.
http://tongfamilysabrina.blogspot.com/s ... d%20Crafts

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Re: Anyone want to teach child drawing at home ?

Postby i3mum » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:12 am

Hi sunflower2005,

Thanks for sharing! I'm impressed with parents like you who teaches their children at home : ) Will visit your blog frequently! :celebrate:

sunflower2005 wrote:Hi, I had signed up my girl in Arts and crafts lesson for one term .
I had decided to teach her at home by myself.

I had brought this drawing book for my 5 year old girl. This is a great book because they have step by step to teach children how to draw the picture.
Image

if you want to find out more please visit to my blog.
http://tongfamilysabrina.blogspot.com/s ... d%20Crafts

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Postby sunflower2005 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:34 am

i3mum

Thank you for your visiting in my blog :)

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Re: Anyone want to teach child drawing at home ?

Postby ANON001 » Fri Aug 27, 2010 11:21 am

sunflower2005 wrote:Hi, I had signed up my girl in Arts and crafts lesson for one term .
I had decided to teach her at home by myself.

I had brought this drawing book for my 5 year old girl. This is a great book because they have step by step to teach children how to draw the picture.
Image

if you want to find out more please visit to my blog.
http://tongfamilysabrina.blogspot.com/s ... d%20Crafts


Hi,

May i knw where you purchase this book? my kids can't draw well, ask them go art class they dun want, so maybe i shd buy this to guide them draw...
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Postby sunflower2005 » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:59 am

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I got this from popular JB City square, Singapore doesn't carry this range.

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Postby mrswongtuition » Sat Aug 28, 2010 9:30 am

Popular at Jurong East has this book. I bought a copy. It's on sale for $1 (in the section at the back with all the other 'lelong' books).

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Postby sunflower2005 » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:30 pm

mrswongtuition
When u are brought it ? because yesterday my friend went popular and check with their staff said no more stock in their system :)
maybe i ask my friend go Jurong too


good that u got a copy . :)

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Postby Champion » Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:33 am

mrswongtuition wrote:Popular at Jurong East has this book. I bought a copy. It's on sale for $1 (in the section at the back with all the other 'lelong' books).


Hi sunflower2005,
Visited your blog am so impressed that you gal can draw so well :rahrah: My 2nd gal is also 5 years old this year and she also likes to draw and so coincidentally she is also a left-handed :wink: I am one that can't draw well so am searching high and low for those coloring and drawing materials to teach her.

Hi Mrs Wong,
Did you get the book recently? Did u see they have more copies for "lelong"? I am staying at J West areas so if there are still more to grap, then I will make a trip there too :D

Thank you.

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Postby mrswongtuition » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:35 am

The 'lelong' books are no longer keyed into their stock system, so there's no way to trace the book from other outlets or their computer system. It's like those 'written off' books which are for sale.

I bought it around 2 weeks ago on a Wednesday. I recall seeing quite a number of copies left (around 15?). It's at the far corner behind the assessment books (near their staff office). There's a whole range of chinese books on sale there. It's very disorganised. You might need to spend some time digging through.

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Postby sunflower2005 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:45 pm

mrswongtuition.
Thank you

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yes This book is a very good resources for teaching young children to draw because every picture will only content 4 easy steps.
U can let her use crayon and color paint to color the picture that will make her feel more fun to draw. (their hand will not feel tiring) doing coloring)
if u are teaching " how to draw a dog"
asking her question like where can u see a dog ? what color do u like ?
who's like dog ? do u wish to have a dog as a pet ?....
that folow by the step.. in the way they will feel more like it.

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