Sunday, November 1, 2009
Creating art is a treasured activity at our house. No, we don't have the finest materials stocked, but we do have plenty of crayons, markers and plain paper. Occasionally, we run into bouts of frustration because "I don't KNOW how to draw a rhinoceros!"
The Art House DVD series teaches children ages three and up how to draw using basic shapes – squares, circles, triangles, etc. – as a base to illustrate almost anything. But more than that, it serves as a helping hand in letting a child become accustomed to the process of creativity. The Art House series nurtures young minds and offers parents a chance to create art with their child even if neither have any experience in drawing.
In Art House Volume 1: Basic Shapes and Animals, your children will learn to draw fish, dogs, monkeys, birds, dinosaurs and more. Engaging kids with bright, bold animation, original music and fun live-action visuals, this program is both interactive and plenty of fun. Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions help young viewers create simple drawings of their very own.
The Art House DVD series uses energetic songs and animation to reinforce this simple artistic principle: everything around you is made up of basic shapes and when you learn to draw those, you can draw anything!
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