How to draw cute stuff around world
Today, I am thrilled to introduce you to a wonderful book that combines creativity, education, and cultural appreciation. "Drawing Around the World" is a fantastic resource designed to help children from multicultural families draw objects that symbolize their country. Through this blog post, we'll explore the significance of this book and how it can empower children to express their cultural identities through art.
Now, it's time to dive into the heart of the book – drawing objects that symbolize different countries. Each section focuses on a specific country, briefly introducing its culture, history, and prominent symbols. Children will learn to draw these symbols step-by-step, with clear instructions and accompanying illustrations. Children will explore iconic landmarks and objects from various cultures, from the Statue of Liberty in the United States to the Eiffel Tower in France.
This chapter serves as a comprehensive guide, breaking down the process of drawing various objects using basic shapes. Step-by-step instructions are provided, accompanied by clear illustrations, to help children understand how to transform basic shapes into intricate details. From animals and vehicles to everyday objects, children will learn techniques to bring their artistic visions to life.
By drawing familiar objects with intricate details, children not only express their creativity but also gain a deeper understanding of Korean culture and heritage. Through their artwork, they celebrate the uniqueness of Korea and contribute to fostering a more inclusive and culturally diverse world.
Below are some of the drawings my child drew.
Myungja Anna Koh