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They will learn about expressing themselves, with colors and shapes, they will learn to be independent in their art, and loosen up their joints and let their works flow. The class is intended for kids from ages 5-12 but parents are always welcome to watch. The class is more about free expression with lessons embedded within the course of the session. It’ll be fun, and the lessons will be enticing, so as to not bore the children.
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When to arrive:
Any art supplies they have; markers, pens (colored, black, gel, ballpoint, etc.), pencils (colored, charcoal, etc.), crayons.
24 hours in advance
Upcoming Schedule for Mr. Espinosa’s class for kids who love to draw, doodle, and color - KidPass Live Stage
Hello, my name is Mr. Josue Daniel Espinosa. I am excited to see each and every one of your children, I have volunteered tutoring from grades Pre-K to the Fifth grade. My class will be about arts and crafts, and I am sure your child will love being able to express themselves in their own unique way and all the while learning new and exciting material.
Art has been a passion of mine my entire life, and I would love to help your child understand and appreciate art, as well as guide them into a world of different mediums and colors. Each child will be treated fairly and be given an assignment based on something I have in my lesson plan, and they will be graded based on their following of instruction. I believe in letting children make their own decisions, so at the end of the semester they will have a final grade, based on their favorite lesson, they may decide which or what it was that sparked joy, and they will submit their own inspired work of art.