How to Draw People is a great resource to teach children to understand the basics of drawing the human form.
Since drawing is often the first effective way for children to communicate with the outside world, having this resource available will help your child express needs, wants, and emotions more efficiently.
If your child is extremely motivated to learn how to draw, Maribel Cruz’s “How to Draw People” will not only teach your child how to become a better artists, s/he will also begin developing important cognitive skills to start exploring the “self” by effectively expressing a view of him or herself. But there is more, as your child can also start to express the direct environment, including family, friends, and other loved-ones. Children who can relate to others develop what is called Adaptive Skills, which let them adjust and relate to new situations much easier. This resource will help your child develop that adaptive behavior as drawing for instance a policeman wearing a uniform will help your child identify policemen without any doubt.
As your child progresses, encouraged by the ease of step-by-step drawing, they will build confidence, not only in drawing, but in all aspects of their lives. Knowing that they have the ability to recreate what they see is an important stepping-stone.
If you are looking for a great book with drawing tips for kids, look no further. This book is simple enough for a child to enjoy the work, and progressive enough that they will feel challenged without becoming frustrated. There are also tips as to how to keep children interested in the exercises and motivated to learn.
This resource is a spectacular addition to the series of children how to draw books.
The benefits of this book and learning how to draw people for kids are:
•The child will be better able to communicate
•He will take more pride in his drawings, and ultimately, himself
•Greater understanding of the world
•Motivation and encouragement
Don’t let your child fall behind. This isn’t necessarily about the quality of their current artwork, it is about their ability to communicate with you.
Order this book and you will see how the simple process of improving your child’s ability to draw will translate into an improved ability to connect with the world.
Check Out What Others Are Saying…
“One of the better drawing strategies books I have come across.”
– Mr. and Mrs. Read Salot (USA)
“Being an educator I truly enjoyed this book as it outlines a detailed method for children to enhance their drawing skills. But that is not all, as any parent or educator can use one of the 22 step-by-step illustrations to help children express their emotions. Greatly done!”
– Jackeline Winter (GoodReads.com)
“For anyone who thinks they don’t have the ability to draw this book should give them the confidence to give it a go. There’s some great advice and tips inside I especially loved the tip of using the word “boy” as a starting place to draw a face.”
– Sean White (Ireland)
“Very simple and easy to follow. Children will benefit from the practical approach. The book although directed at kids to help them learn how to draw people step by step, it will also come in handy for adults who want to learn how to draw. It was fun to read and children are sure to enjoy the lessons.”