Integrating Technology and Creativity with YouTube
Updated: Mar 22
Hey parents! You don't have to be experts in everything to keep your children learning over the extended break. At a time where creativity can help us feel good and stay motivated, we've compiled 5 great YouTube channels that will get your children drawing!
What we love about this channel is that it incorporates student and expert artwork, so that you can see how everyone learns at different levels. It’s inspiring to watch other children create!
Mo Willems is not only a fantastic doodler, but he is also a HUGE supporter of making time for creative practice. Check his educational doodles by clicking through here.
This cartooning YouTube channel may be better suited for the 8+ age group and drawers looking for a challenge. Although examples are included, you can encourage your children to make small changes to customize drawings to their own style. Happy cartooning!
This channel breaks art lessons down into suggested ages and categories. The host uses a step-by-step approach that is perfect for young learners or adults looking to get inspired!
With these dialogue-free tutorials, children as young as 4 years old will be able to follow along and learn some easy tricks for cute cartoons, animals and vehicles.
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