Teach your child to draw

As any parent knows, children are full of energy and imagination. One way to channel their boundless creativity is to teach them how to draw.

Expressing emotions

Drawing is a great way for kids to express themselves, and it's also a fun way to spend time together. The best part is that you don't need any fancy materials - a simple box of Crayola crayons is all you need to get started.

Just sit down with your child and let them play with the crayons for a while. Then, start by showing them how to make simple shapes like circles and squares.

Once they've mastered the basics, encourage them to be creative and experiment with different colours and patterns. Before you know it, you'll have a budding artist on your hands!

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Problem solving

Crafting and creating art are not only fun activities for children, but they also offer important benefits. Through creative play, children can learn to express themselves, explore their imagination, and solve problems.

Crafts and art also help to develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. And, of course, making something beautiful is its own reward.

Encourage creative play

Encouraging children to engage in creative play is easy - all you need are some basic materials like crayons, pens, pencils, and paint. Just let them loose and see what they come up with! You might be surprised at the results.

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If you feel your child is too young to draw a pretty picture or you just need to find something to keep them quiet, why not download some of our colouring sheets? Find them here.