Helping Your Kid Draw Borders During Drawing Lessons
It is important to understand that with kids, everything is a slow and steady process. Especially when it comes to learning some craft, it takes time and often some years to ace things. Drawing is exactly that. It takes time, it takes effort, and it takes a lot of help from the parents and the tutors to make it work for the child.
If your child is going to any class then there is nothing much that you can do about it. But, if you are the one who is making it happen for him then these are few things that you need to keep in mind. Start gently. Allow your child to just scribble and have his own ways with the pen, paper and, the colors. Then, tell him about the borders, and then how to make outlines of various kinds.
Let him draw the way he wants first, and then help him do it in a better and proper manner. Then slowly move to the basic shapes. This takes time, but with little help and support, things will take shape. After that, colors and other important facets come in place. Also, remember the fact that not all kids have an aptitude for drawing. So, after a few days if you don’t feel that your child is improving, then stop pushing him and understand that he is really not interested. Do not reprimand your child in anyway.