Jenny Wood uses the Monart method, a little Zentangle and some of her own unique style to teach children to draw.
Why do we wait until children are teenagers or even adults before we teach them drawing skills? Children as young as 3 or 4 years old can learn to draw what they see. This is an age where they haven't developed preconcieved ideas of what the world looks like. Jenny runs children's workshops for any age group as long as they are keen to draw!
Learning to draw using the 'drawing alphabet' is an exciting and successful method which helps the brain to see the world in a different way. Monart’s method provide the structure and knowledge necessary for learning and help build competence. Teachers report that students’ focus, concentration, and problem solving abilities increase after the first few lessons. Monart Drawing School’s “Progressive”, Academically-based curriculum stands apart from all other programs.
Her success has been highlighted by Goodstart early learning centres on their main website from her work with pre-school children.?
Kindergarten, Primary Stage 1 (Y1-2), Primary Stage 2 (Y3-4), Primary Stage 3 (Y5-6), Secondary Stage 4 (Y7-8), Secondary Stage 5 (Y9-10), Secondary Stage 6 (Y11-12)