Here’s a quick and easy way to draw a sheep that young (or even older) kids will surely enjoy.
Step 1: Draw a letter U.
Step 2: Draw a curvy letter v on each side.
Step 3: Draw a cloud shape in the middle of the letter U. This makes the sheep’s head.
Step 4: Draw a bigger cloud around the head to form the sheep’s fluffy body.
Step 5: For the legs, draw 4 letter w below the cloud shape but extend the sides a bit longer. Draw a line at about 1/3 of the w to make the hoofs.
Step 6: Now lets draw the face of the sheep. Put 2 dots for the eyes. An inverted triangle for the nose, and an inverted letter y for the mouth.
Step 7: Add some more curve lines around the body to make the wool look fluffier.
Now you have a sheep. Make a herd of them.
The book of Genesis in the bible tells us that God created everything. He then made people in His own image and likeness, and put them in-charge of His creation.
God placed the tree of knowledge of good and evil and the tree of life in the garden. Whoever eats the fruit of the tree of life will live forever. God gave everything to Adam and Eve, but they disobeyed God. They were thrown out of paradise because of disobedience. God placed angels to guard the tree of life so that no man can eat its fruit and live forever.
Thankfully, God is a loving God. He gave us Jesus. Now we do not need the tree of life to live forever, because thru Jesus, we can have eternal life.
This art lesson would be a great bible study activity for kids. Click here to see the whole lesson on The Tree of Life Collage.
Tropical birds are one of the most beautiful birds in the world. The colors on their feathers are simply fascinating. This makes these birds a wonderful subject for art works. In this lesson, we will explore the use of oil pastel and watercolor in art making. Click to view the full hand out on tropical birds.
We also tried this lesson on canvas using acrylic during the Summer Arts and Crafts Workshop 2016. Here are the students’ works: