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by Diana Fisher,Jenna Winterberg

ePub Favorite Pets: A step-by-step drawing and story book for preschoolers (Watch Me Draw) download
Author:
Diana Fisher,Jenna Winterberg
ISBN13:
978-1560109488
ISBN:
1560109483
Language:
Publisher:
Walter Foster Jr; Act Csm St edition (January 1, 2006)
Category:
Subcategory:
Arts Music & Photography
ePub file:
1594 kb
Fb2 file:
1520 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
939

A great set of drawing books for young children. I love the fact that they include a drawing pad and are easy enough for 4 and 5 year olds. One person found this helpful.

A great set of drawing books for young children.

Watch Me Draw: Things Girls Love. They teach kids to draw step-by-step but they also have a story that encompesses all the drawings in the theme.

Watch Me Draw: A Boy's Adventure. Watch Me Draw: Things Girls Love. Robots (Watch Me Draw). It also has fun stickers to put on the pages and a sketch pad which has the character partially drawn and the child has to simply finish the drawing. My son (5 years old) enjoys these books very much.

This charming book includes 11 drawing lessons, an engaging story, reward. Kids will learn how to draw all the characters This charming book includes 11 drawing lessons, an engaging story, "reward" stickers, and a flip-down paper pad with drawing prompts. As Boomer tries to keep out of trouble, he encounters a host of other household pets.

Explore books by Diana Fisher with our selection at Waterstones. Watch Me Draw The Monsters Under My Bed: A step-by-step drawing & story book - Watch Me Draw (Paperback). View basket Checkout. How to Draw Dogs & Puppies: Step-by-step instructions for 20 different breeds - Learn to Draw (Paperback). Cats & Kittens: ions for 26 Different Kitties (Paperback).

How to Draw 101 Animals: Easy Step-By-Step Drawing - - Product Description: Simple step-by-step lineĀ . What others are saying.

How to Draw 101 Animals: Easy Step-By-Step Drawing - - Product Description: Simple step-by-step line illustrations make it easy for children to draw with confidence. Drawing is a great way to improve hand strength and handwriting. My kids love the "How to Draw" series. I think its the simplest in the series.

These beginner's drawing books help students learn to draw accurately What others are saying.

These beginner's drawing books help students learn to draw accurately.

This charming book includes 11 drawing lessons, an engaging story, reward stickers, and a flip-down paper pad with drawing prompts.

Learn to draw by following clear step-by-step instructions based on simple shapes. Jenna Winterberg; Diana Fisher. Ideal for young children, school-age kiddos and budding artists, this book pairs an engaging story with the instruction and includes a special flip-down pad pre-printed with 11 unfinished drawings for kids to complete! 24 pages. Intended for children 4 and up. " x 11". Specifications.

This charming book includes 11 drawing lessons, an engaging story, "reward" stickers, and a flip-down paper pad with drawing prompts. Favorite Pets features the story of Boomer, a hapless pup that takes the blame when other pets misbehave. As Boomer tries to keep out of trouble, he encounters a host of other household pets. Kids will learn how to draw all the characters featured in the story, including a mischievous kitten, a lucky fish, and a runaway iguana.

  • I was skeptical that a drawing book could be appropriate for a 4 year old.... however this book does a great job being at the four year old level yet also being appropriate up to probably age 7 or so. In fact, I can see a homeschooling mom with a 4 and 7 year old doing the book at the same time. My only con is that a few of the drawings are a bit too unrefined/simplistic compared to the zoo book. Here is what the book includes:

    First, each pet animal is introduced by a story in the top left... and the dog from the first page ends up meeting all the other animals. Story-wise the dog gets mistakenly blamed for all the problems that happen, but in the end is the hero. The text/story is not not really all that important. In fact, I most likely will skip the story part unless my son is really interested in it.

    Second, the animal in a large scale is presented on the left which is the same page as the "story." Its in full color but its position rarely matches the taught drawing on the right side.

    Third, the drawing of the animal is taught in six steps with the last step always being to color the drawing. Usually only 1-2 lines are drawn per step at the start, but that number varies considerably by the end depending on the detail added. The only issue with the steps is lines disappear without kids being told to erase. Regarding difficulty of the drawings - the fish, parakeet, and hamster can be drawn by probably very young children due to the simplicity of the design and no erasing needed. Next are the ferret, duck, and turtle that have finer details but still no erasing. The rest of the animals (dog, cat, bunny, iguana, and pig) require erasing but the iguana seems the easiest to start with.

    Fourth, worksheets are provided for each animal that are partially drawn! This is why the book is appropriate for 4 year olds. They finish the drawing instead of having to start with a blank page. With older kids, you can just have them draw on plain paper.

    Lastly, when a drawing / worksheet page is approved by the teacher/parent. The child gets to place a sticker on each animal page to complete the scene. There are dotted spaces where the stickers go. All 11 reward stickers are provided... plus an entire sheet of additional stickers to place as rewards on their worksheets/drawings.

    As a child, I loved books like this and I was so happy to find this for my son. He is not yet 4, but I can't wait to use them. I will start with the pet book over the zoo, dinos, or sea animals because it seems to be at the lowest skill level.

  • I got one of these books from costco and it was amazing. My son spent days drawing in that ome. I ordered this one expecting it eid be the same but this was nothing like it and a waste of my money. It's pages were coming off. Not much to draw in. No extra pages at the end of the book for drawing. And very few diagrams.

  • Some drawing books are too complicated or there are too few pictures inside. I bought this book for my daughter on her 4th birthday. She does a very nice job tracing and copying the pictures- they are not overly complicated and she can even draw some of the images on her own now. There are also plenty of pictures and a nice variety. The designs are easy enough for her to do on her own with little help. My 5 year old son also likes these books.

  • I personally thought this is a very cute book. Short story, colorful pics, easy drawing instructions, lots of cute stickers to add to the story and practice drawing sheets in the back. Got it for my six year old niece along with some fancy gel pens. I plan to get to do it together on christmas. Something different than the cheap plastic stuff that you never know where to keep all the pieces so they dont get lost. ...

  • I bought this for my 4.5 year old son because he loves animals. This is a great starter book to drawing. Him and I sit down often to draw. It's a great step-by-step process that my son can even follow!! Love these books!!

  • My 5 yr old granddaughter loves this book. We also got her the one about rockets when we were on vacation in FL at the Kennedy Space Center. I would definitely recommend this series of books.

  • My 5-year-old daughter loves this book! She thinks it is great for learning to draw animals.

  • great book