Little children can create colourful works of art with wax crayons or gel crayons in no time. Just choose an object with a textured surface, e.g. a dried chestnut leaf, and place it under the sheet of paper and paint it with colourful chalks. Thus, the surface structure is transferred to the sheet and creates a beautiful picture.
Throughout the entire school life a pencil is your constant companion. The learning-to-write pencil helps during the first writing exercises and later the pencils in different degrees of hardness are needed for the math, geometry or art lessons.
Painting is very important for the development of your child and children who draw are happy. On the following pages we will show you which tips and tricks you can use to support your child, depending on his or her age.
Understand children's drawings
Even children from a very early age are drawing: When a tiny finger pulls a trace through the mash, this is the first attempt to draw a line.