These fun images are from my after school event at TelHi for 2nd through 5th graders. In spite of having a full day before, the children managed to rally. I had them color, write in the speech bubbles and doodle in the monster. Once they had finished, we made paper planes and flew them. Of course one ended in the radiator! It was all over in a jiffy and they ran off for their snack—such fun. Check out more images from TelHi here.
This the final version of a learn-to-draw cartoon page for my event today at TelHi's after school program. I will give the 2nd through 5th graders a choice of a cartoon / doodle or this how-to-draw Gussie Goose page. I have already posted the two page cartoon / doodle, which you can find on my Cartooning page along with Gussie Goose as FREE downloadables!
This doodle / cartoon is for my September event at TelHi as part of their after school program. The children will be 2nd graders through 5th, and all will get a silly two page cartoon to color and to write in the bubbles. On the second page, they will get to doodle the suggested character and make it their version of the monster!
You can find FREE downloadables of all my cartoons on my Cartooning page.
HELP! Which is better – DOODLE / CARTOONS or CARTOONING? Please comment with your thoughts! Starting in September I am going to lead projects in an after school program for children 2nd through 5th grade. Should I do funny stories encouraging children to finish them off doodling or should I teach step by step cartooning?
Doodling is such a carefree happy activity that I can’t make up my mind. Should I give them a choice?