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Inspiring drawing exercises

When kids draw they train some very important skills they will need to learn to write. With the following videos, we will give you some inspiration how they can have fun while they train their fingers and hand-motoric and experience writing pressure and rhythm.

Let’s do some art!

Hatching with different pencils is a very good training. Kids can try what happens if they only move fingers, the wrist or the whole arm and they see what happens when they paint with strong and low pressure. The result is a cool peace of art they can hang up and be proud.

Magic leaves!

This technique is a little magic for small kids und perfect to learn to dose the pressure on the pen. Put a leave or a coin under your paper and hatch softly over it to make it appear on the paper. What kind of structures will appear? What happens if you paint with too much pressure?

Draw to the rhythm!

Music and rhythm speak to kids easily, but did you know that rhythm is important when writing, too? Put different music on and let your pen dance over the picture like you feel it. That is such a fun way to draw.

Wonderful rainbow!

Kids love rainbows! This one has not only different colors but is created with every color painted with strong and soft pressure. Isn’t it a nice effect? You can even make a puzzle out of it if you like.

Download the wonderful and artistic coloring templates by @NagyBanKittiArt

The Hungarian illustrator Nagy-Bán Kitti kindly provides us 36 beautifully made drawing templates full of cute animals and funny everyday life situations.

Each coloring page tells its own little story. Have fun coloring and telling stories together with your kids. More info about Nagy-Bán Kitti on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NagyBanKittiArt
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Download our fun coloring sheets for the Easter holidays!

Easter is hopping in to view and it’s business as usual for the Easter Bunny. Whilst your waiting for the Easter holidays why not download our Easter rabbit coloring sheet where he’s been busy hunting for Easter eggs. Why not print several off and send them to family and friends or put them in your window to add as a little cheer. The template is perfect to use with colored pencils, wax crayons or felt-tip pens, whatever is your favourite.
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Download a whole bunch of fun drawing templates!

We have lots of templates from unicorns, to elephants, dinosaurs to a vampire needing to be dressed and even a mandala – within this assortment of 20 drawing templates there is something to entertain every child for all ages and abilities.
And even the parents might find something to color in!

If you’re looking for a certain age range or if you prefer a certain topic, click here for the drawing templates for the little ones (7 pages), the Mandala-style templates for advanced artists (6 pages), the unicorns altogether (6 pages) and finally the vampire (3 pages).
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Do-it-yourself inspiration: Lovely Easter decoration!

Dress up time

Why not create some spooky masks? Print out the templates, color the masks with colored pencils, wax crayons or felt-tip pens, cut them out and add some string!
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Do-it-yourself inspiration: A shining Easter light!

Do-it-yourself inspiration: A colorful Easter basket!

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