Free Art Lessons and Teachers You Need To Follow
With many schools moving to e-learning amidst the closures, we know that parents and teachers like you are finding new ways to keep their kids engaged, spirits up, and creativity flowing. The amazing art teachers below share free art lessons online. These have gotten a lot of traction over the past week and we wanted to share some of our favorites with you.
Deep Space Sparkle is going live on her Facebook page every day Monday – Friday with free art lessons. She has videos showing you how to draw unicorns, frog prince, dancing cows, happy sun, expressive fish, and several other fun colorful lessons!
Cassie Stephens is one of the most well-known art teachers on the internet. Kids love her, teachers love her, we all love her. She has a special way of keeping kids engaged and getting them excited about art! Cassie offers several free resources for teachers, students, and crafters on her blog. Get excited, she will be going live on Instagram and Facebook every weekday with new art lessons!
McHarper Manor has quickly become an overnight sensation. Tabitha and Tom are owners of an Ohio based art studio and due to COVID-19, they had to temporarily close and used this as an opportunity to share free art lessons via their Facebook page. Overnight, they accrued over 30,000 likes and it’s not slowing down one bit! Follow McHarper Manor on Facebook for free video tutorials!
Art for Kids Hub shares free and fun art lessons on their YouTube channel. Rob and his wife, along with their four children, enjoy drawing together. They upload new art lessons M-F, every week! Follow along with them as they share drawing and art lessons for kids. You can also check them out on Facebook where they post frequently!
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: The author of some of the most loved children’s books, Mo Willems, invites you into his studio every day for a “lunch doodle”. Get paper, pen, pencils, and crayons and be ready to follow along with Mo. Beginning March 16, 2020 and continuing on weekdays for the next few weeks. Mo will be sharing a new video here each day after 1:00 p.m. ET.
We at Art to Remember also provide free lesson plans available to anyone who is interested. Many are created by art teachers and have awesome video tutorials, so be sure to check them out!
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