Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up”. It is important to encourage the kid to cultivate art as a hobby and to choose effective drawing classes for kids that provides them with the right support.
The kids have the potential of making others see the world when they draw. In school, the basic sketch or a drawing of a house drawn by a kid has more to meet the eye. They have the unique ability to captivate one’s attention with their imperfectly perfect drawing.
Children need role models, not critics. It is the duty of the parents or the teachers to uplift them by talking positively to them. This might include, recognizing them when they do some good work, teaching the value of time, being patient with them when they are mischievous and also nourishing the talent in them. Critiquing their artworks or anything that they do causes anxiety and might even lead to depression in the future.