How to draw a rose with children
Yesterday my daughter, who just turned 5, asked me how to draw a rose. I have been drawing, but the difficulty is when I have to teach my child how to draw because it is challenging to express small parts intricate and detailed with children's small hands. Above all, children still lack the training to distribute the screen and draw objects correctly. So, sometimes it's big, sometimes it's small, and they cry because they can't put everything they want on one screen. I find it so cute just looking at it.
So I tried to summarize realistic roses with only the features so that young children could draw them.
When I draw like this and show it to my child, the child does not become frustrated or annoyed, and she draws hard. Eraser powder can be seen around how hard you erased and drew. So cute.
Then I drew a leaf next to it like this, and let her imitate it.
She takes a deep breath and draws this too. Eraser powder gradually increases.
I was going to end it here, but I raised the level and drew a stem.
But now that she's gotten used to it, she doesn't get annoyed and draws harder. Perhaps it was because she knew it was time to paint.
Then, finally, she paints. This seems to be her most enjoyable time for her.
I hope everyone had a wonderful drawing of a pretty rose flower.
Myungja Anna Koh
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