This infographic features lots of great tips on how to teach your child to draw.
Most children are first introduced to the world of art through their own scribbles. Disconnected lines eventually form meaningful figures, similar to and even preceding the way children learn written language.
This vital skill can further be cultivated to improve the fine motor skills, help the child connect with other people, build self confidence, deal with difficult emotions, and understand the outside world.
What can parents do to encourage this healthy childhood behavior?
Consider the following ten suggestions parents can use to help their children learn how to draw and enjoy drawing.
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