Lacey says, “I think it’s a fun extra little book to have around. You could incorporate it into your student’s art curriculum if you wanted. Your artistically gifted kids will enjoy the direction and the challenge and the ability to create whatever they like. Your artistically challenged kids will like having a tad of structure and a guide to follow to encourage feeling successful at art. It’s great for using during Read Aloud time as well – so far, that’s been our family’s most frequent use of 20 Ways To Draw A Bike.” Read the rest of her review at […]
Amanda says, “This [20 Ways to Draw a Bike] book is not a step by step drawing book- no drawing instruction is included. The drawings are easy to copy and expand on. Even my 7-year-old filled a page with doodles one afternoon and now I have an adorable page of baby carriages and hot air balloons on my bulletin board.” Read the rest of her review at Big Family Blessings.
There is a new review of 20 Ways to Draw a Bike over at Grace Christian Homeschool. We’re only going to share a sneak peek of it here with you, but all you have to do is click here to be able to read the whole thing and find out their thoughts on this great book. “There are many ways you could use 20 Ways to Draw a Bike – traveling, addition to art curriculum, on the road schooling, summer enrichment, fun activity for parents and children to do together, etc.”